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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) Sam Cherry, Chair
Mayor Pro-Tem Lois Tarkanian, (Ward 1) Vicki Quinn, Vice Chair
Councilman Stavros S. Anthony, (Ward 4) Trinity Haven Schlottman
Councilman Bob Coffin, (Ward 3) Donna Toussaint
Councilman Steven G. Seroka, (Ward 2) Christina E. Roush
Councilwoman Michele Fiore, (Ward 6) Louis De Salvio
Councilman Cedric Crear (Ward 5) Brenda J. Williams
City Manager Scott D. Adams

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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.

October 9, 2018
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 CITY’S WEBPAGE AT www.lasvegasnevada.gov.

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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

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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.

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 staff’s conditions of
approval.

3. If areas of concern are known in advance, or if the applicant does not accept staff’s 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 applicant’s 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 SPECIAL PLANNING COMMISSION
MEETING OF AUGUST 14, 2018 AND THE PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 11, 2018.

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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.

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.

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.

7. ABEYANCE - TMP-74114 - TENTATIVE MAP - NONPUBLIC HEARING - RANCHO & JONES (A COMMERCIAL
SUBDIVISION) - APPLICANT/OWNER: PRE RANCHO CRAIG, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Tentative
Map FOR A ONE-LOT COMMERCIAL SUBDIVISION on 23.05 acres on the northeast corner of Rancho Drive and
Jones Boulevard (APN 138-02-713-008), Ward 4 (Anthony) [PRJ-74046]. Staff recommends APPROVAL. NOTE:
REQUEST AMENDED TO INCLUDE APNs 138-02-713-005 AND 006 FOR A TOTAL OF 25.96 ACRES

8. ABEYANCE - WVR-74211 - WAIVER - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: DF DURANGO, LLC - OWNER:


HANCOCK PROPERTY, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Waiver TO ALLOW A READER BOARD
WHERE SUCH IS NOT ALLOWED FOR A PROPOSED MONUMENT SIGN on 1.03 acres at 7709 North El Capitan
Way (APN 125-17-612-016), T-C (Town Center) Zone [SC-TC (Service Commercial - Town Center) Special Land Use
Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-73842]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

9. ABEYANCE - MSP-74070 - MASTER SIGN PLAN RELATED TO WVR-74211 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT:
DF DURANGO, LLC - OWNER: HANCOCK PROPERTY, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Major
Amendment of an approved Master Sign Plan (MSP-34174) for an existing Shopping Center TO INCORPORATE
SIGNAGE FOR AN APPROVED CONVENIENCE STORE THAT IS INCOMPATIBLE WITH THE APPROVED
MASTER SIGN PLAN on 23.62 acres at the northwest corner of El Capitan Way and Durango Drive (APN 125-17-612-
016), T-C (Town Center) Zone [SC-TC (Service Commercial - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6
(Fiore) [PRJ-73842]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

10. MOD-74264 - MAJOR MODIFICATION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: MF LAND, LLC - For
possible action on a request for a Major Modification to the Grand Canyon Village Master Plan Area TO REMOVE 0.99
ACRES FROM THE GRAND CANYON VILLAGE PLAN AREA (APN 125-07-501-006), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74231].
Staff recommends APPROVAL.

11. GPA-74262 - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT RELATED TO MOD-74264 - PUBLIC HEARING -


APPLICANT/OWNER: MF LAND, LLC - For possible action on a request for General Plan Amendment FROM: PCD
(PLANNED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT) TO: TND (TRADITIONAL NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT) on
0.99 acres at the northwest corner of Grand Canyon Drive and Oso Blanca Road (APN 125-07-501-006), Ward 6 (Fiore)
[PRJ-74231]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

12. ZON-74263 - REZONING RELATED TO MOD-74264 AND GPA-74262 - PUBLIC HEARING -


APPLICANT/OWNER: MF LAND, LLC - For possible action on a request for Rezoning FROM: P-D (PLANNED
DEVELOPMENT) TO: T-D (TRADITIONAL DEVELOPMENT) on 0.99 acres at the northwest corner of Grand Canyon
Drive and Oso Blanca Road (APN 125-07-501-006), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74231]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

13. SUP-74317 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: TERRIBLE HERBST, INC. - OWNER:
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MARY BARTSAS 22, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 4,490
SQUARE-FOOT BEER/WINE/COOLER OFF-SALE ESTABLISHMENT USE at the southwest corner of Fremont Street
and Eastern Avenue (APN 139-35-817-006), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-74020]. Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

14. SDR-74318 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO SUP-74317 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT: TERRIBLE HERBST, INC. - OWNER: MARY BARTSAS 22, LLC - For possible action on a request for
a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 4,490 SQUARE-FOOT GENERAL RETAIL STORE, OTHER
THAN LISTED [CONVENIENCE STORE] WITH FUEL PUMPS AND CANOPY; AND A 1,140 SQUARE-FOOT
CAR WASH, FULL SERVICE WITH WAIVERS OF THE DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS OVERLAY SETBACK,
PARKING LOT LANDSCAPNG AND SCREENNING, ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN; AND TO ALLOW A FOUR-
FOOT LANDSCAPE BUFFER WHERE 15 FEET IS REQUIRED ALONG THE NORTH AND EAST PROPERTY
LINES, A ONE-FOOT LANDSCAPE BUFFER WHERE EIGHT FEET IS REQUIRED ALONG THE SOUTH
PROPERTY LINE, AND TO ALLOW A WASH BAY TO FACE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY WHERE SUCH IS NOT
ALLOWED on 1.03 acres at the southwest corner of Fremont Street and Eastern Avenue (APN 139-35-817-006), C-2
(General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-74020]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

15. SUP-74321 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: REMINGTON SKYE, LLC - For
possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 5,500 SQUARE-FOOT LIQUOR
ESTABLISHMENT (TAVERN) USE ON PAD L OF AN EXISTING SHOPPING CENTER at the northeast corner of
Skye Park Drive and West Skye Canyon Park Drive (APN 125-07-210-002 ), T-D (Traditional Development) Zone [GC
(General Commercial) Skye Canyon Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-73888]. Staff recommends
APPROVAL.

16. SDR-74322 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO SUP-74321 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: REMINGTON SKYE, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Site Development Plan
Review FOR EIGHT PROPOSED RETAIL PAD SITES WITHIN AN EXISTING SHOPPING CENTER on 17.00 acres
at the northeast corner of Skye Park Drive and West Skye Canyon Park Drive (APNs Multiple), T-D (Traditional
Development) Zone [GC (General Commercial) Skye Canyon Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-
73888]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

17. VAC-74260 - VACATION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: MEQ HUALAPAI, LLC - For possible
action on a Petition to Vacate U.S. Government Patent Easements generally located south of Deer Springs Way, east of
Hualapai Way, Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74242]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

18. ROC-74246 - REVIEW OF CONDITION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: OLYMPIA COMPANIES - OWNER:
SECTION 12, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Review of Condition of an approved Tentative Map (TMP-
65803) TO AMEND CONDITION #21 WHICH STATES, "A DRAINAGE PLAN AND TECHNICAL DRAINAGE
STUDY MUST BE SUBMITTED TO AND APPROVED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS PRIOR TO
THE RECORDATION OF EACH FINAL MAP WHICH CREATES INDIVIDUAL "POD" DEVELOPMENTS OR THE
SUBMITTAL OF ANY CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS PROPOSING TO CONSTRUCT VILLAGE STREET,
WHICHEVER MAY OCCUR FIRST. PROVIDE AND IMPROVE ALL DRAINAGEWAYS RECOMMENDED IN
THE APPROVED DRAINAGE PLANS/STUDIES. THE MASTER 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 PLANS/STUDIES CONCURRENT WITH DEVELOPMENT OF THIS SITE." on 1,502 acres
at the northeast corner of Grand Teton Drive and Puli Drive (APNs Multiple), T-D (Traditional Development) Zone, Ward
6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74174]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS


19. ABEYANCE - GPA-72732 - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: C-
SWDE348, LLC - For possible action on a request for a General Plan Amendment FROM: PCD (PLANNED
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT) TO: ML (MEDIUM LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) on 44.52 acres at the
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southwest corner of the Moccasin Road and Rainbow Boulevard alignments (APN 125-03-501-001), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-
72720]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

20. ABEYANCE - ZON-72733 - REZONING RELATED TO GPA-72732 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:


C-SWDE348, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Rezoning FROM: R-E (RESIDENCE ESTATES) TO: R-SL
(RESIDENTIAL SMALL LOT) on 44.52 acres at the southwest corner of the Moccasin Road and Rainbow Boulevard
alignments (APN 125-03-501-001), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-72720]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

21. ABEYANCE - RENOTIFICATION - VAR-72894 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: MY


DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION - OWNER: SKY POINTE NINETY-FIVE, LLC - For possible action on a request
for a Variance TO ALLOW 108 PARKING SPACES WHERE 132 ARE REQUIRED on 3.78 acres on the east side of
Sky Pointe Drive, approximately 1,350 feet south of Elkhorn Road (APN 125-21-202-001), T-C (Town Center) Zone [SX-
TC (Suburban Mixed Use - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-72672]. Staff
recommends DENIAL.

22. ABEYANCE - SDR-72896 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO VAR-72894 - PUBLIC
HEARING - APPLICANT: MY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION - OWNER: SKY POINTE NINETY-FIVE, LLC -
For possible action on a request for a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 82-UNIT MULTI-FAMILY
APARTMENT DEVELOPMENT WITH WAIVERS TO ALLOW THREE AND FOUR STORY BUILDINGS WHERE
TWO STORIES ARE ALLOWED AND 14 PARKING LOT TREES WHERE 19 ARE REQUIRED on 3.78 acres on the
east side of Sky Pointe Drive, approximately 1,350 feet south of Elkhorn Road (APN 125-21-202-001), T-C (Town
Center) Zone [SX-TC (Suburban Mixed Use - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-72672].
Staff recommends DENIAL.

23. ABEYANCE - SUP-73907 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: FREDDY HWANG -
OWNER: TAG CENTENNIAL, LLC, ET AL - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A
PROPOSED 3,160 SQUARE-FOOT BEER/WINE/COOLER ON-SALE ESTABLISHMENT USE at 5760 Centennial
Center Boulevard, Suite #110 (APN 125-27-411-007), T-C (Town Center) Zone [SC-TC (Service Commercial - Town
Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-73730]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

24. ABEYANCE - SUP-73826 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: NEVADA MEDICAL
GROUP - OWNER: SSG PROPERTIES, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A
PROPOSED 2,646 SQUARE-FOOT MARIJUANA DISPENSARY USE at 1591 North Buffalo Drive, Suite #130 (APN
138-28-501-009), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 2 (Seroka) [PRJ-73684]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

25. ABEYANCE - SUP-73920 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: T-MOBILE - OWNER:
BUFFALO ALTA CENTER, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR THE CONVERSION
OF AN EXISTING 60-FOOT TALL WIRELESS COMMUNICATION FACILITY, STEALTH DESIGN [FLAGPOLE]
TO A NON-STEALTH DESIGN at 450 South Buffalo Drive (APN 138-34-201-001), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone,
Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-73836]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

26. ABEYANCE - SUP-73268 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: SABA TAILOR-
AKBER - 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 ZERO-FOOT DISTANCE SEPARATION FROM A SIMILAR USE
WHERE 660 FEET IS REQUIRED at 150 North Las Vegas Boulevard, Unit 1013 (APN 139-34-613-053), C-2 (General
Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-72861]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

27. ABEYANCE - SUP-73445 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: 4301 NOLAN
LANE, LLC - 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 516-FOOT DISTANCE SEPARATION FROM A
SIMILAR USE WHERE 660 FEET IS REQUIRED at 4301 Nolan Lane (APN 139-31-218-021), R-1 (Single Family
Residential) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-73444]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

28. ABEYANCE - SUP-73829 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: MICHAEL
TROISI - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL
RENTAL USE at 4021 Mountain View Boulevard (APN 162-06-603-002), R-E (Residence Estates) Zone, Ward 1
(Tarkanian) [PRJ-73828]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

29. ABEYANCE - SUP-73890 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: QUINCY AUTO SALE,
INC. - OWNER: SUNSTONE RANCHO, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A
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PROPOSED MOTOR VEHICLE SALES (USED) USE WITH A WAIVER TO ALLOW THE MINIMUM SITE AREA
OF 24,394 SQUARE FEET TO BE DESIGNATED FOR THE USE WHERE 25,000 SQUARE FEET IS THE
MINIMUM REQUIRED at the northeast corner of Lone Mountain Road and Serene Drive (APN 125-35-401-012), C-2
(General Commercial) Zone, Ward 4 (Anthony) [PRJ-73354]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

30. ABEYANCE - SDR-73891 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO SUP-73890 - PUBLIC HEARING
- APPLICANT: QUINCY AUTO SALE, INC. - OWNER: SUNSTONE RANCHO, LLC - For possible action on a
request for a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 1,890 SQUARE-FOOT USED CAR DEALERSHIP
WITH A WAIVER TO ALLOW THE BUILDING ORIENTATION TO NOT ORIENT TO THE CORNER AND TO
THE STREET FRONT IS REQUIRED on 0.56 acres at the northeast corner of Serene Drive and Lone Mountain Road
(APN 125-35-401-012), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 4 (Anthony) [PRJ-73354]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

31. ABEYANCE - SDR-73335 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
HOWARD KEYES TRUST - For possible action on a request for a Major Amendment to a previously approved Site
Development Plan Review (SDR-66483) FOR A PROPOSED 120,000 SQUARE-FOOT MOTOR VEHICLE SALES
(NEW) DEVELOPMENT WITH WAIVERS OF THE TOWN CENTER DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS TO ALLOW
A REDUCTION OF THE PARKING LOT LANDSCAPING AND PERIMETER LANDSCAPE BUFFER WIDTHS;
AND A PARKING LOT IN FRONT OF THE BUILDING WHERE PARKING IS ONLY ALLOWED ON THE SIDE
OR REAR OF BUILDINGS on 37.33 acres at the southeast corner of Centennial Center Boulevard and Grand Montecito
Parkway (APN 125-28-101-008), T-C (Town Center) Zone [GC-TC (General Commercial - Town Center) Special Land
Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-73184]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

32. ABEYANCE - SDR-73336 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO SDR-73335 - PUBLIC HEARING
- APPLICANT/OWNER: HOWARD KEYES TRUST - For possible action on a request for a Site Development Plan
Review FOR AN INTERIM AUTO DEALER INVENTORY STORAGE FACILITY IN CONJUNCTION WITH A
PROPOSED 120,000 SQUARE-FOOT MOTOR VEHICLE SALES (NEW) DEVELOPMENT on 45.63 acres at the
southeast corner of Centennial Center Boulevard and Grand Montecito Parkway (APNs 125-28-110-004 and 125-28-101-
008), T-C (Town Center) Zone [GC-TC (General Commercial - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6
(Fiore) [PRJ-73184]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

33. GPA-73572 - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: VFR-SOUTHWEST


DESERT EQUITIES - For possible action on a request for a General Plan Amendment FROM: R (RURAL DENSITY
RESIDENTIAL) TO: SC (SERVICE COMMERCIAL) on 2.02 acres at the southeast corner of Clark County 215 and
Hualapai Way (APN 125-19-401-002), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-73487]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

34. ZON-73573 - REZONING RELATED TO GPA-73572 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: VFR-


SOUTHWEST DESERT EQUITIES - For possible action on a request for a Rezoning FROM: U (UNDEVELOPED) [R
(RURAL DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) GENERAL PLAN DESIGNATION] TO: C-1 (LIMITED COMMERCIAL) on
2.02 acres at the southeast corner of Clark County 215 and Hualapai Way (APN 125-19-401-002), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-
73487]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

35. SUP-73574 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO GPA-73572 AND ZON-73573 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: VFR-SOUTHWEST DESERT EQUITIES - For possible action on a request for a Special Use
Permit FOR A PROPOSED 3,043 SQUARE-FOOT BEER/WINE/COOLER OFF-SALE ESTABLISHMENT USE WITH
A WAIVER TO ALLOW A 385-FOOT DISTANCE SEPARATION FROM A SCHOOL WHERE 400 FEET IS
REQUIRED at the southeast corner of Clark County 215 and Hualapai Way (APN 125-19-401-002), U (Undeveloped)
Zone [R (Rural Density Residential) General Plan Designation] [PROPOSED: C-1 (Limited Commercial)], Ward 6 (Fiore)
[PRJ-73487]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

36. SDR-73576 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO GPA-73572, ZON-73573 AND SUP-73574 -
PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: VFR-SOUTHWEST DESERT EQUITIES - For possible action on a
request for a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 9,043 SQUARE-FOOT COMMERCIAL
DEVELOPMENT WITH A WAIVER TO ALLOW BUILDINGS TO NOT BE ORIENTED TO THE CORNER AND
STREET FRONTAGES WHERE SUCH IS REQUIRED on 2.02 acres at the southeast corner of Clark County 215 and
Hualapai Way (APN 125-19-401-002), U (Undeveloped) Zone [R (Rural Density Residential) General Plan Designation]
[PROPOSED: C-1 (Limited Commercial)], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-73487]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

37. GPA-74325 - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: CHURCH LA LUZ DEL
MUNDO - OWNER: CHURCH LA LUZ DEL MUNDO, ET AL - For possible action on a request for a General Plan
Amendment FROM: L (LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) AND SC (SERVICE COMMERCIAL) TO: PF (PUBLIC
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FACILITIES) on 2.06 acres at 2412, 2408, 2404 and 2324 Mesquite Avenue; and 2413, 2412, 2408, 2407, 2400 and 2324
Cedar Avenue (APNs Multiple), Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-74222]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

38. ZON-74324 - REZONING RELATED TO GPA-74325 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: CHURCH LA LUZ DEL
MUNDO - OWNER: CHURCH LA LUZ DEL MUNDO, ET AL - For possible action on a request for a Rezoning
FROM: R-1 (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) TO: C-V (CIVIC) on 2.06 acres at 2412, 2408, 2404 and 2324
Mesquite Avenue; and 2413, 2412, 2408, 2407, 2400 and 2324 Cedar Avenue (APNs Multiple), Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-
74222]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

39. SDR-74326 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO GPA-74325 AND ZON-74324 - PUBLIC
HEARING - APPLICANT: CHURCH LA LUZ DEL MUNDO - OWNER: CHURCH LA LUZ DEL MUNDO, ET AL -
For possible action on a request for a Site Development Plan Review FOR PROPOSED PARKING FACILITIES on 2.06
acres at 2412, 2408, 2404 and 2324 Mesquite Avenue; and 2413, 2412, 2408, 2407, 2400 and 2324 Cedar Avenue (APNs
Multiple), R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone [PROPOSED: C-V (Civic)], Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-74222]. Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

40. GPA-74257 - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: INTERNATIONAL,


LLC - For possible action on a request for a General Plan Amendment FROM: PCD (PLANNED COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT) TO: M (MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) on 10.00 acres on the north side of the Ann Road
alignment, 510 feet west of Shaumber Road (APNs 126-25-401-007 and 126-36-101-001), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-73464].
Staff recommends APPROVAL.

41. ZON-74258 - REZONING RELATED TO GPA-74257 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:


INTERNATIONAL, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Rezoning FROM: U (UNDEVELOPED) [PCD
(PLANNED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT) GENERAL PLAN DESIGNATION] TO: R-3 (MEDIUM DENSITY
RESIDENTIAL) on 10.00 acres on the north side of the Ann Road alignment, 510 feet west of Shaumber Road (APNs
126-25-401-007 and 126-36-101-001), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-73464]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

42. GPA-74265 - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: FAMILY PROMISE
OF LAS VEGAS - For possible action on a request for a General Plan Amendment FROM: MLA (MEDIUM LOW
ATTACHED DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) TO: GC (GENERAL COMMERCIAL) on 0.34 acres at 1437 Miller Avenue
(APN 139-21-510-079), Ward 5 (Crear) [PRJ-73662]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

43. SUP-74267 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO GPA-74265 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
FAMILY PROMISE OF LAS VEGAS - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A SINGLE
ROOM OCCUPANCY RESIDENCE USE at 1437 and 1485 Miller Avenue (APNs 139-21-510-078 and 079), C-2
(General Commercial) Zone, Ward 5 (Crear) [PRJ-73662]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

44. SUP-74268 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO GPA-74265 AND SUP-74267 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: FAMILY PROMISE OF LAS VEGAS - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit
FOR AN ALTERNATIVE PARKING STANDARD TO ALLOW 15 PARKING SPACES WHERE 23 ARE REQUIRED
at 1437 and 1485 Miller Avenue (APNs 139-21-510-078 and 079), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 5 (Crear) [PRJ-
73662]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

45. SDR-74266 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO GPA-74265, SUP-74267 AND SUP-74268 -
PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: FAMILY PROMISE OF LAS VEGAS - For possible action on a request
for a Site Development Plan Review FOR A FIVE-UNIT SINGLE ROOM OCCUPANCY AND SOCIAL SERVICE
PROVIDER FACILITY on 0.66 acres at 1437 and 1485 Miller Avenue (APNs 139-21-510-078 and 079), C-2 (General
Commercial) Zone, Ward 5 (Crear) [PRJ-73662]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

46. GPA-74312 - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: CENTURA DEVELOPMENT -
OWNER: CHARLIE RAH RAH IRREVOCABLE BUSINESS TRUST, ET AL - For possible action on a request for a
General Plan Amendment FROM: SC (SERVICE COMMERCIAL) TO: M (MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) on
4.62 acres at the southeast corner of Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road (APNs 163-01-501-001 and 002), Ward 1
(Tarkanian) [PRJ-74089]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

47. ZON-74313 - REZONING RELATED TO GPA-74312 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: CENTURA


DEVELOPMENT - OWNER: CHARLIE RAH RAH IRREVOCABLE BUSINESS TRUST, ET AL - For possible action
on a request for a Rezoning FROM: C-1 (LIMITED COMMERCIAL) TO: R-3 (MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL)
on 4.62 acres at the southeast corner of Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road (APNs 163-01-501-001 and 002), Ward 1
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(Tarkanian) [PRJ-74089]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

48. VAR-74314 - VARIANCE RELATED TO GPA-74312 AND ZON-74313 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT:
CHARLIE RAH RAH IRREVOCABLE BUSINESS TRUST, ET AL - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO
ALLOW 172 PARKING SPACES WHERE 189 SPACES ARE REQUIRED on 4.62 acres at the southeast corner of
Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road (APNs 163-01-501-001 and 002), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone [PROPOSED:
R-3 (Medium Density Residential)], Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-74089]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

49. SDR-74315 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO GPA-74312, ZON-74313 AND VAR-74314 -
PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: CENTURA DEVELOPMENT - OWNER: CHARLIE RAH RAH IRREVOCABLE
BUSINESS TRUST, ET AL - For possible action on a request for a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED
THREE-STORY, 106-UNIT MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT WITH A WAIVER TO ALLOW A
FIVE-FOOT WIDE LANDSCAPE BUFFER ALONG THE EAST PROPERTY LINE WHERE SIX FEET IS
REQUIRED on 4.62 acres at the southeast corner of Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road (APNs 163-01-501-001 and
002), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone [PROPOSED: R-3 (Medium Density Residential)], Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-
74089]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

50. GPA-74340 - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: INVESTOR EQUITY
HOMES, LLC, ET AL - For possible action on a request for a General Plan Amendment FROM: RNP (RURAL
NEIGHBORHOOD PRESERVATION) TO: R (RURAL DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) on 4.04 acres at the southwest
corner of Racel Street and Tenaya Way (APNs 125-10-404-001 and 002), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74213]. Staff recommends
DENIAL.

51. ZON-74341 - REZONING RELATED TO GPA-74340 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: INVESTOR


EQUITY HOMES, LLC, ET AL - For possible action on a request for a Rezoning FROM: R-E (RESIDENCE ESTATES)
TO: R-D (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL-RESTRICTED) on 4.04 acres at the southwest corner of Racel Street and
Tenaya Way (APNs 125-10-404-001 and 002), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74213]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

52. VAR-74344 - WAIVER RELATED TO GPA-74340 AND ZON-74341 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
INVESTOR EQUITY HOMES, LLC, ET AL - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW NO
AMENITY ZONE AND TO ALLOW A PRIVATE STREET WITHOUT A GATE TO NOT BE DEVELOPED TO
COMPLETE STREET STANDARDS WHERE SUCH IS REQUIRED FOR A PROPOSED RESIDENTIAL
SUBDIVISION on 4.04 acres at the southwest corner of Racel Street and Tenaya Way (APNs 125-10-404-001 and 002),
R-E (Residence Estates) [PROPOSED: R-D (Single Family Residential-Restricted], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74213]. Staff
recommends DENIAL.

53. TMP-74347 - TENTATIVE MAP RELATED TO GPA-74340, ZON-74341, AND VAR-74344 - PUBLIC HEARING -
RACEL & TENAYA 10 LOT SFR - APPLICANT/OWNER: INVESTOR EQUITY HOMES, LLC, ET AL - For possible
action on a request for a Tentative Map FOR A PROPOSED 10-LOT RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION WITH WAIVERS
TO ALLOW NO EXTERIOR STREETLIGHTS AND NO EQUESTRIAN TRAIL WHERE SUCH ARE REQUIRED on
4.04 acres at the southwest corner of Racel Street and Tenaya Way (APNs 125-10-404-001 and 002), R-E (Residence
Estates) [PROPOSED: R-D (Single Family Residential-Restricted], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74213]. Staff recommends
DENIAL.

54. GPA-73548 - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS
VEGAS - For possible action on a request for a General Plan Amendment to amend portions of the Southeast Sector Land
Use Map of the General Plan FROM: C (COMMERCIAL), LI/R (LIGHT INDUSTRY/RESEARCH), LVMD (LAS
VEGAS MEDICAL DISTRICT), M (MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL), MXU (MIXED USE) AND SC (SERVICE
COMMERCIAL) TO: FBC (FORM-BASED CODE) on approximately 307 acres in the Las Vegas Medical District
generally located south of U.S. Highway 95, west of Interstate 15, north of Charleston Boulevard, and east of Rancho
Drive (APNs Multiple), Wards 1 and 5 (Tarkanian and Crear). Staff recommends APPROVAL.

55. ZON-74250 - REZONING - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: SILVERSTEIN PROPERTIES, INC. - OWNER: GGP
MEADOWS MALL, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Rezoning FROM: C-1 (LIMITED COMMERCIAL)
TO: R-4 (HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) on 9.63 acres located on the north side of Meadows Lane approximately
2,120 feet west of Valley View Boulevard (APN 139-31-111-009), Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-74217]. Staff recommends
APPROVAL.

56. VAR-74251 - VARIANCE RELATED TO ZON-74250 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: SILVERSTEIN


PROPERTIES, INC. - OWNER: GGP MEADOWS MALL, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO
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ALLOW TWO PROPOSED SIX-STORY, 72-FOOT TALL BUILDINGS WHERE 55 FEET IS THE MAXIMUM
HEIGHT ALLOWED on 9.63 acres located approximately 2,121 feet west of Valley View Boulevard on the north side of
Meadows Lane (APN 139-31-111-009), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, [PROPOSED: R-4 (High Density Residential)]
Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-74217]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

57. VAR-74518 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO ZON-74250 AND VAR-74251 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT: SILVERSTEIN PROPERTIES, INC. - OWNER: GGP MEADOWS MALL, LLC - For possible action on
a request for a Variance TO ALLOW 482 PARKING SPACES WHERE 528 ARE REQUIRED FOR A PROPOSED
MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT on 5.38 acres located approximately 2,121 feet west of Valley View
Boulevard on the north side of Meadows Lane (APN 139-31-111-009), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, [Proposed: R-4
(High Density Residential)] Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-74217]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

58. SUP-74517 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO ZON-74250, VAR-74251 AND VAR-74518 - PUBLIC
HEARING - APPLICANT: SILVERSTEIN PROPERTIES, INC. - OWNER: GGP MEADOWS MALL, LLC - For
possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A COMMUNITY CENTER, PRIVATE (ACCESSORY) USE
located approximately 2,121 feet west of Valley View Boulevard on the north side of Meadows Lane (APN 139-31-111-
009), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, [Proposed: R-4 (High Density Residential)] Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-74217].
Staff recommends DENIAL.

59. SDR-74252 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO ZON-74250, VAR-74251, VAR-74518 AND
SUP-74517 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: SILVERSTEIN PROPERTIES, INC. - OWNER: GGP MEADOWS
MALL, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 280-UNIT
MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT on 9.63 acres located approximately 2,121 feet west of Valley View
Boulevard on the north side of Meadows Lane (APN 139-31-111-009), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, [Proposed: R-4
(High Density Residential)] Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-74217]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

60. VAR-74309 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: DR HORTON - OWNER: KANG HYE KYONG - For
possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW A STUB STREET TERMINUS WHERE A CUL-DE-SAC IS
REQUIRED, TO ALLOW A CONNECTIVITY RATIO OF 1.11 WHERE 1.30 IS THE MINIMUM REQUIRED AND
TO ALLOW A DEVIATION FROM COMPLETE STREET STANDARDS on 9.22 acres at the southwest corner of
Eisner Drive and Jones Boulevard (APN 125-14-703-002), R-1 (Single Family Residential)], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74111].
Staff recommends DENIAL.

61. TMP-74310 - TENTATIVE MAP RELATED TO VAR-74309 - JONES AND EISNER - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT: DR HORTON - OWNER: KANG HYE KYONG - For possible action on a request for a Tentative Map
FOR A 27-LOT SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION WITH A WAIVER TO ALLOW NO EXTERIOR
STREET LIGHTS WHERE SUCH ARE REQUIRED AND TO ALLOW PRIVATE STREETS WITHOUT A GATE TO
NOT BE DEVELOPED TO PUBLIC STREET STANDARDS on 9.22 acres at the southwest corner of Eisner Drive and
Jones Boulevard (APN 125-14-703-002), R-1 (Single Family Residential)], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74111]. Staff
recommends DENIAL.

62. VAR-74336 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: STATE OF NEVADA DIVISION OF


LANDS - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW A PROPOSED BUILDING TO NOT BE PLACED
AT THE ESTABLISHED SETBACK LINE AND TO ALLOW THE PROPOSED PARKING LOT TO BE LOCATED
ALONG THE STREET FRONTAGE WHERE SUCH IS NOT ALLOWED IN THE CIVIC ZONING DISTRICT on
22.77 acres at 555 East Washington Avenue (APN 139-26-201-012), C-V (Civic) Zone, Ward 5 (Crear) [PRJ-73760].
Staff recommends APPROVAL.

63. SDR-74337 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO VAR-74336 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: STATE OF NEVADA DIVISION OF LANDS - For possible action on a request for a Major
Amendment to a previously approved Civic Review (CV-0001-92) FOR A PROPOSED ONE-STORY, 6,148 SQUARE-
FOOT BUILDING AND PARKING LOT EXPANSION TO AN EXISTING 250,000 SQUARE-FOOT GOVERNMENT
FACILITY on 22.77 acres at 555 East Washington Avenue (APN 139-26-201-012), C-V (Civic) Zone, Ward 5 (Crear)
[PRJ-73760]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

64. SUP-74297 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT - THE DRH COMPANY - OWNER:
NEVADA STATE BANK - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED DRIVE-
THROUGH USE at the northwest corner of Cheyenne Avenue and Fort Apache Road (APN 138-07-801-011), O (Office)
Zone, Ward 4 (Anthony) [PRJ-74189]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

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65. SDR-74298 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO SUP-74297 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT
- THE DRH COMPANY - OWNER: NEVADA STATE BANK - For possible action on a request for a Site Development
Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT CONSISTING OF A SINGLE-STORY, 3,330
SQUARE-FOOT FINANCIAL INSTITUTION (GENERAL) WITH DRIVE THROUGH AND TWO PROPOSED
BUILDING PAD SITES on 2.17 acres at the northwest corner of Cheyenne Avenue and Fort Apache Road (APN 138-07-
801-011), O (Office) Zone, Ward 4 (Anthony) [PRJ-74189]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

66. SUP-74299 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: SAM-WILL INC., ET AL - For
possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR AN AUTOMOBILE RENTAL USE at the southwest corner of
Ogden Avenue and 3rd Street (APNs Multiple), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 5 (Crear) [PRJ-74241]. Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

67. SUP-74300 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO SUP-74299 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
SAM-WILL INC., ET AL - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 22,200
SQUARE-FOOT EXPANSION TO AN EXISTING GAMING ESTABLISHMENT, NON-RESTRICTED USE at the
southwest corner of Ogden Avenue and 3rd Street (APNs Multiple), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 5 (Crear)
[PRJ-74241]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

68. SUP-74301 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO SUP-74299 AND SUP-74300 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: SAM-WILL INC., ET AL - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit TO
ALLOW A PROPOSED 320-FOOT BUILDING HEIGHT WITHIN THE 200-FOOT AIRPORT OVERLAY DISTRICT
at the southwest corner of Ogden Avenue and 3rd Street (APNs Multiple), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 5
(Crear) [PRJ-74241]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

69. SUP-74302 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO SUP-74299, SUP-74300 AND SUP-74301 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: SAM-WILL INC., ET AL - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit TO
ALLOW VALET PARKING at the southwest corner of Ogden Avenue and 3rd Street (APNs Multiple), C-2 (General
Commercial) Zone, Ward 5 (Crear) [PRJ-74241]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

70. VAC-74304 - VACATION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: SAM-WILL INC., ET AL - For possible
action on a request for a Petition to Vacate a 20-foot wide public alley generally located on the south side of Ogden
Avenue, approximately 150 feet west of 3rd Street, Ward 5 (Crear) [PRJ-74241]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

71. SDR-74303 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO SUP-74299, SUP-74300 SUP-74301, AND SUP-
74302 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: SAM-WILL INC., ET AL - For possible action on a request for a
Site Development Plan Review FOR A 610,463 SQUARE-FOOT PHASED EXPANSION TO AN EXISTING
HOTEL/CASINO INCLUDING A NEW 320-FOOT TALL HOTEL TOWER, EXTERIOR FAÇADE
IMPROVEMENTS, AND A NEW PARKING GARAGE WITH WAIVERS OF TITLE 19 APPENDIX F
DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS on 2.68 acres at the southwest corner of Ogden Avenue and 3rd Street (APNs Multiple),
C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 5 (Crear) [PRJ-74241]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

72. SUP-74305 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITIBANK NEVADA
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A CAR WASH, FULL
SERVICE OR AUTO DETAILING USE on the south side of Sahara Avenue approximately 413 feet west of Lake Sahara
Drive (APN 163-08-513-002), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 2 (Seroka) [PRJ-74253]. Staff recommends
APPROVAL.

73. SDR-74306 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO SUP-74305 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: CITIBANK NEVADA NATIONAL ASSOCIATION - For possible action on a request for a Site
Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 844 SQUARE-FOOT GENERAL RETAIL STORE, OTHER THAN
LISTED [COFFEE SHOP] AND A 4,617 SQUARE-FOOT CAR WASH, FULL SERVICE WITH A WAIVER TO
ALLOW A FOUR-FOOT LANDSCAPE BUFFER ALONG THE WEST PROPERTY LINE WHERE EIGHT FEET IS
REQUIRED on 2.82 acres on the south side of Sahara Avenue, approximately 413 feet west of Lake Sahara Drive (APN
163-08-513-002), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 2 (Seroka) [PRJ-74253]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

74. SUP-74477 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: INTRIGUE SHOWS - OWNER:
STRATOSPHERE GAMING, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED
TAVERN-LIMITED ESTABLISHMENT FOR A 202,200 SQUARE-FOOT COMMERCIAL
RECREATION/AMUSEMENT (OUTDOOR) USE at 1850 South Main Street (APNs Multiple), C-2 (General
Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-74356]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.
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75. SDR-74478 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO SUP-74477 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT: INTRIGUE SHOWS - OWNER: STRATOSPHERE GAMING, LLC - For possible action on a request for
a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 202,200 SQUARE-FOOT COMMERCIAL
RECREATION/AMUSEMENT (INDOOR/OUTDOOR) FACILITY WITH WAIVERS OF THE TITLE 19 APPENDIX
F INTERIM DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS on 4.64 acres at 1850 South Main Street
(APNs Multiple), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-74356]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

76. SDR-74323 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: BLUE MARBLE
DEVELOPMENT - OWNER: SHIRON DEVELOPMENT, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Site Development
Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 114-UNIT MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT CONSISTING OF
THREE, 35-FOOT TALL, THREE-STORY BUILDINGS on a 5.50-acre portion of a 30.25-acre parcel at the northwest
corner of Centennial Parkway and Tenaya Way (APN 125-22-401-014), T-C (Town Center) Zone [SX-TC (Suburban
Mixed Use - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74204]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

77. WVR-74320 - WAIVER - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: BLUE MARBLE DEVELOPMENT - OWNER:
SHIRON DEVELOPMENT, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Waiver of the Town Center Development
Standards Manual TO ALLOW NO TREES WITHIN A PORTION OF THE CENTENNIAL PARKWAY LOOP ROAD
MEDIAN, AMENITY ZONE AND LANDSCAPE SETBACK WHERE SUCH ARE REQUIRED on a 16.06-acre portion
of a 30.25-acre parcel at the northwest corner of Centennial Parkway and Tenaya Way (APN 125-22-401-014), T-C
(Town Center) Zone [SX-TC (Suburban Mixed Use - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-
74280]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

DIRECTOR'S BUSINESS:
78. ABEYANCE - TXT-73681 - TEXT AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: CITY OF LAS VEGAS - For
possible action to amend LVMC Title 19, the Unified Development Code of the City of Las Vegas, to make the Short-
Term Residential Rental use prohibited by repealing all provisions for the use, and to provide for other related matters.
Staff has NO RECOMMENDATION.

79. TXT-73990 - TEXT AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS - For
possible action on a request to amend LVMC Chapters 19.10 Special Area and Overlay Districts - Purpose And
Development And Design Standards; 19.12 Permitted Uses; and 19.18 Definitions and Measures to add the LVMDP-O
(LVMD Neighborhood Preservation Overlay) District and provide updated standards and a definition for a Short-Term
Residential Rental use, and to provide for other related matters. Staff has NO RECOMMENDATION.

80. TXT-74457 - TEXT AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS - For
possible action on a request to amend LVMC Title 19.12 Permissible Uses and 19.16 Applications and Procedures to
allow the breeding of domestic dogs and cats as a home occupation, and to provide for other related matters. Staff has NO
RECOMMENDATION.

81. DIR-74354 - DIRECTOR'S BUSINESS - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: OLYMPIA COMPANIES, LLC -
OWNER: MF LAND, LLC, ET AL - For possible action on a request regarding the adoption of a telecommunication
facility map for the third amendment and restatement of the Skye Canyon Development Agreement on approximately
1,664 acres at the northwest corner of Grand Teton Drive and Grand Canyon Drive (APNs Multiple), Ward 6 (Fiore)
[PRJ-74036]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

82. DIR-74292 - DIRECTOR'S BUSINESS - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: OLYMPIA COMPANIES - OWNER: MF
LAND, LLC, ET AL - For possible action on a request regarding the adoption of the fourth amendment and restatement of
the Skye Canyon Development Agreement on approximately 1,070 acres at the northwest corner of Grand Teton Drive
and Grand Canyon Drive (APNs Multiple), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74036]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

83. DIR-74293 - DIRECTOR'S BUSINESS - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: OLYMPIA COMPANIES, LLC -
OWNER: MF LAND, LLC, ET AL - For possible action on a request regarding the adoption of the Parks Agreement as
included within the fourth amendment and restatement of the Skye Canyon Development Agreement on approximately
1,070 acres at the northwest corner of Grand Teton Drive and Grand Canyon Drive (APNs Multiple), Ward 6 (Fiore)
[PRJ-74036]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

84. DIR-74289 - DIRECTOR'S BUSINESS - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: GREYSTONE NEVADA - OWNER:
EASTLAND, LLC, ET AL - For possible action on a request regarding the adoption of the Eastland Development
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Agreement on approximately 598 acres at the southwest corner of North Skye Canyon Park Drive and Moccasin Road
(APNs Multiple), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74042]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

85. DIR-74290 - DIRECTOR'S BUSINESS - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: GREYSTONE NEVADA - OWNER:
EASTLAND, LLC, ET AL - For possible action on a request regarding the adoption of the Parks Agreement as included
within the Eastland Development Agreement on approximately 598 acres at the southwest corner of Moccasin Road and
North Skye Canyon Park Drive (APNs Multiple), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74042]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

86. DIR-74527 - DIRECTORS BUSINESS - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS - For
possible action on a request to approve the 2019 Planning Commission Meeting schedule. Staff recommends
APPROVAL.

CITIZENS PARTICIPATION:
87. 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

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Agenda Item No.: 1.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD

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

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD

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

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD

SUBJECT:
ROLL CALL
Agenda Item No.: 4.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD

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: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD

SUBJECT:
FOR POSSIBLE ACTION TO APPROVE THE FINAL MINUTES FOR THE SPECIAL
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF AUGUST 14, 2018 AND THE PLANNING
COMMISSION MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 11, 2018.
Agenda Item No.: 6.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD 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: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - TMP-74114 - TENTATIVE MAP – NONPUBLIC HEARING - RANCHO &
JONES (A COMMERCIAL SUBDIVISION) - APPLICANT/OWNER: PRE RANCHO
CRAIG, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Tentative Map FOR A ONE-LOT
COMMERCIAL SUBDIVISION on 23.05 acres on the northeast corner of Rancho Drive and
Jones Boulevard (APN 138-02-713-008), Ward 4 (Anthony) [PRJ-74046]. [NOTE: REQUEST
AMENDED TO INCLUDE APNs 138-02-713-005 AND 006 FOR A TOTAL OF 25.96
ACRES]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 11/21/2018


OR MAY BE FINAL ACTION (Unless Appealed Within Seven 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-74114 [PRJ-74046]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: OCTOBER 09, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: PRE RANCHO CRAIG, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
TMP-74114 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED N/A

NOTICES MAILED N/A

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 0

JB
TMP-74114 [PRJ-74046]
Conditions Page One
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** CONDITIONS **

TMP-74114 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. Street names must be provided in accordance with the City’s Street Naming
Regulations.

3. 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.

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

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


Subdivision Statutes.

Public Works

6. Prior to or concurrent with the recordation of a Final Map for this site, grant a
perpetual irrevocable access easement from Rancho Drive to Parcel 1 of
Page123,Book 39 of Parcel Maps (APN# 138-02-713-007) as shown on the
approved Site Plan.

7. Construct all incomplete half-street improvements on Rancho Drive and Jones


Boulevard meeting current City Standards adjacent to this site including
required bus turnouts on both Rancho Drive and Jones Boulevard prior to the
recordation of a Final Map for 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.

8. Add a note to the Final Map stating: “The recordation of this Final Map does not
expunge any vehicular and pedestrian access rights, sewer, and drainage
rights existing through recordation of the previously recorded “Craig and Jones
Commercial Subdivision” map, recorded in Book 151 Page 100 of plats.
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TMP-74114 [PRJ-74046]
Conditions Page Two
October 09, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

9. 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."

10. The onsite sewer shall be private and per Title 19.16.060.W. 2, sewer service
for this commercial subdivision shall be shown in accordance with one of the
following two alternatives, and the appropriate note shall appear on the face of
the recorded Final Map:

1. "The on-site sewers with a minimum pipe diameter of eight inches,


and are located within dedicated public sewer easements, are public
sewers. The remaining on-site sewer system is a common element
of the commercial subdivision which is privately owned and which is
maintained in accordance with the covenants, conditions and
restrictions that govern the subdivision."
Or:
2. "The on-site sewers with a minimum pipe diameter of eight inches,
and are located within dedicated public sewer easements, are public
sewers. The remaining on-site sewer system is a common element
of the commercial subdivision which is privately owned and which is
maintained in accordance with a joint use agreement applicable to
the subdivision."

11. The Final Map shall also include the note “The buildings in this commercial
subdivision shall be connected to private sewer which is independent of the
private sewer of any buildings outside of the boundaries of this commercial
subdivision”.

12. Per Title 19.16.060.W.3, provide a note on the Final Map that states “All
subdivided lots within this Final Map shall provide perpetual inter-lot drainage
rights across all existing and future parcel limits.” This condition shall not be
enforced if the Owner demonstrates to the satisfaction of the Flood Control
Section of Public Works that each lot can drain independently to abutting public
roadways.

13. 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 or submittal of any construction drawings, whichever
may occur first. Provide and improve all drainage ways 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.

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TMP-74114 [PRJ-74046]
Conditions Page Three
October 09, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

14. Per Unified Development Code (UDC) 19.16.060.G, all requirements must be
complied with or such future compliance must be guaranteed by an approved
performance security method in accordance with UDC sections 19.02.130.C
and 19.02.130.E.

15. 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 additional 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.

JB
TMP-74114 [PRJ-74046]
Staff Report Page One
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant requests approval of a Tentative Map for a one-lot commercial


subdivision on a 25.96 acre site at the northeast corner of Rancho Drive and Jones
Boulevard.

ISSUES

· The subject site is undeveloped; there are no proposed changes or additions to the
site.
· Applicant has not proposed any perimeter walls with this request.
· On August 30th, 2018 the applicant submitted a revised Tentative Map which
included APN’s 138-02-713-005, 006 and 008.

ANALYSIS

The subject site is currently zoned C-2 (General Commercial) and is designated to be
utilized as a commercial land use. Any future development will have to be developed to
Title 19 development standards for the C-2 (General Commercial) zoning district.

Access to the site will be from Rancho Drive and Craig Road. The site is currently
undeveloped. Any future development proposed on the property will require a Site
Development Plan Review and must comply will all applicable Title 19 development
standards. Also, Staff notes that north/south and east/west cross sections are not
shown with this Tentative Map submittal. However, since this property will be a
commercial subdivision and is surrounded by public streets and a newly submitted
residential subdivision, no retaining walls are shown or anticipated.

Parking and access is intended to be allowed across the site upon future development
of the site. A condition of approval will require that common perpetual access and
parking will be granted across the entire proposed commercial subdivision. The map
meets and complies with the Title 19 and NRS 278 requirements for a Tentative Map;
therefore, staff recommends approval with conditions. If denied, the existing parcel
would remain.

JB
TMP-74114 [PRJ-74046]
Staff Report Page Two
October 09, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

FINDINGS (TMP-74114)

All Title 19 zoning and NRS 278 and technical requirements regarding tentative maps
are satisfied. Therefore, staff recommends approval of the subject tentative map with
conditions.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc


The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-1257) from: R-E
(Residence Estates) and C-2 (General Commercial) to: C-1 (Limited
01/22/03 Commercial) on 51.21 acres on the southeast corner of Craig Road
and Rancho Drive. The Planning Commission and staff recommended
approval. The Resolution of Intent expired 01/22/05.
The City Council approved General Plan Amendment (GPA-60900)
from SC (Service Commercial) to GC (General Commercial) on 51.21
acres at the southeast corner of Rancho Drive and Craig Road. The
Planning Commission and staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved Rezoning (GPA-60901) from R-E
(Residence Estates) and C-2 (General Commercial) to C-2 (General
11/18/15 Commercial) on 51.21 acres at the southeast corner of Rancho Drive
and Craig Road. The Planning Commission and staff recommended
approval.
The City Council approved Tentative Map (TMP-60902) for a one-lot
commercial subdivision on 51.21 acres at the southeast corner of
Rancho Drive and Craig Road. The Planning Commission and staff
recommended approval.
The Planning Commission approved Special Use Permit (SUP-61781)
for a 1,400 square-foot Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale Establishment at
the southwest corner of Craig Road and Jones Boulevard. Staff
recommended denial.
12/08/15 The Planning Commission approved Site Development Plan Review
(SDR-61785) for a 1,400 square-foot General Retail Store
(Convenience Store with Fuel Pumps) with a waiver to not orient the
building to the corner where such is required. Staff recommended
denial.
The Final Map (FMP-63304) technical review was approved for a one-
05/09/16 lot commercial subdivision on 51.21 acres at the southwest corner of
Craig Road and Jones Boulevard. The map was recorded on 06/09/16.

JB
TMP-74114 [PRJ-74046]
Conditions Page Three
October 09, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc


The Planning Commission approved Site Development Plan Review
(SDR-66476) for a proposed 4,684 square-foot Car Wash, Full Service
10/11/16 or Auto Detailing use with a waiver to allow wash bays to face the
public right-of-way on a portion of 49.10 acres at the southeast corner
of Craig Road and Rancho Drive.
A Parcel Map (PMP-72870) was approved for a two-lot Parcel Map on
03/22/18 46.13 acres at the northeast corner of Rancho Drive and Jones
Boulevard. The map recorded on 05/09/18.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


03/07/16 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 conference was held with the applicant to discuss the
07/25/18 Tentative Map submittal requirements for a one-lot commercial
subdivision.

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

Field Check
Staff visited the site and found a well maintained undeveloped site with
08/02/18
natural desert vegetation.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 25.96

JB
TMP-74114 [PRJ-74046]
Staff Report Page Four
October 09, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding
Use Per Title Land Use Existing Zoning District
Property
19.12 Designation
Subject
Undeveloped GC (Commercial) C-2 (General Commercial)
Property
SC (Service
North Shopping Center C-1 (Limited Commercial)
Commercial)
SC (Service
South Undeveloped C-1 (Limited Commercial)
Commercial)
Undeveloped GC (Commercial) C-2 (General Commercial)
East SC (Service
Shopping Center C-1 (Limited Commercial)
Commercial)
Shopping Center SC (Service C-2 (General Commercial)
West
General Retail Commercial) C-1 (Limited Commercial)

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


No Applicable Master Plan Area N/A
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
A-O (Airport Overlay) District (140 Feet) Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails Y
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

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Master Plan of
Rancho Drive Expressway Streets & 125 Y
Highways
Master Plan of
Primary
Craig Road Streets & 125 Y
Arterial
Highways
Master Plan of
Jones Primary
Streets & 100 Y
Boulevard Arterial
Highways

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‫ש‬ħкħ‫ੂש‬кħ่֭㈠ħ‫ש‬ƥ㌱ਙ‫ש‬кੂ㈠ฌ
‫ں‬ธxОŐDzƆ●CDzЌ╗●AՁÛAⓒƆ╗Dz̶xxฌ
ÛḶԱⓈŐЌⓒҜAx‫ں‬ฎx‫ں‬ฌ
AОЌ̬‫̶ں‬ฎֱx‫ں̶ֱں‬ธֱxxㄦฌ  A ՁՁ ฌ
 С╗ЌЋCDzЋDzՁḶОDzҜDzЌ╗ƆՁՁฌ
ㄦฎฎ‫ں‬ÛŐA●ḚŐC㈠ฌ

ӧธ ธ
╗●Ձ●╗●Dz Ɔ 

ՙ
ΎḶЌ●ЌḚ̬ֱ‫ں‬
Ⓢ ḚAƆ̬ ƆḶⓈ╗ĠÛDzƆ╗ḚAƆḶŐО㈠ฌ
ÛA╗DzŐ̬ ՁAƆЋDzḚAƆЋAՁՁDzฌ

x ỏฌ

ӧธธฎxỏฌ
Ќ xธ¤ㅡɱƥㅡ″फÛ ธ ธㅡ㈠ՙɱƥฌ
Ɔ ฎ̶¤ㅡ ธƥㅡxफ
Dz‫ ں‬ธฎ̶㈠ՙㅡƥฌ ÛA╗DzŐC●Ɔ╗Ő●╗ฌ
AОЌ̬‫̶ں‬ฎֱxธֱՙ‫ں‬ธֱx‫ںں‬ฌ
ḚḶՁCDzЌƆ╗AŐŐḚŐḶⓈОՁ╗Cฌ ƆḶՁ●CÛAƆ╗DzC●ƆОḶƆAՁ̬ ŐDzОⓈԱՁ●ƆDzŐЋ●DzƆฌ
ㅡ̶̶ㄦЌŐAЌĠCŐฌ ƆDzÛDzŐ̬ ●╗ḶСՁAƆЋDzḚAƆฌ

ㅡฎफĠCОDzƆCฌ
ΎḶЌ●ЌḚ̬ֱธ ḶŐฌ AԱՁDz╗DzՁDzЋ●Ɔ●ḶЌ̬ ḶṲAԱՁDzฌ
Dz Ṳ‫ں‬xxƥŐ゜Ûฌ AОЌ̬‫̶ں‬ฎֱx‫ں̶ֱں‬ธֱxxธฌ ОḶÛDzŐ̬ ЌЋDzЌDzŐḚฌ
ㄦ ฎx̶ÛŐA●ḚՁՁฌ ‫ֱ ں‬ฎxxֱธธՙֱธ″xx ฌ ╗DzՁDzОĠḶЌDz̬ DzЌ╗ⓈŐՁ●Ќฌ
ΎḶЌ●ЌḚ̬ֱ‫ں‬ฌ
Ћ ● ●Ќ ●╗ Ҝ A ОЌḶ╗╗ḶƆAՁDzฌ
AОЌ̬‫̶ں‬ฎֱx‫ں̶ֱں‬ธֱxx″ฌ
AŐĠḶՁC●ЌḚƆՁՁฌ
Ġ Dz Ќ C Dz Ő Ɔ Ḷ Ќ ⓒЌ Ћ ฌ

ㄦ ฎՙ‫ں‬ÛŐA●ḚŐC㈠ฌ О Ő Ḷ İDz  ╗Ɔ ●╗Dz ฌ


ธธㅡՙxО A Ɔ Dz Ḷ Ћ Dz Ő C Dz ฌ
ՁA Ɔ Ћ Dz Ḛ A Ɔ ⓒЌ Ћ ฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎ

ΎḶЌ●ЌḚ̬ֱ‫ں‬ฌ
AОЌ̬‫̶ں‬ฎֱxธֱՙ‫ں‬ธֱx‫ں‬ธฌ
″ x̶xƆ ㈠İḶ Ќ Dz Ɔ Ա Ḷ Ⓢ ՁDz Ћ A Ő C 

Ա Dz A ΎDz Ő Ġ Ḷ Ҝ Dz Ɔ ฌ

ЌḶŐ╗ĠԱŐḶḶDzŐDz╗A●ՁՁՁฌ
A Ќ Dz   Ќ Ḛ ●Ќ Dz Dz Ő ●Ќ Ḛ ฌ
ӧՙxธỏ̶″ธֱฎฎㅡㅡСA Ṳ ̬ӧՙxธỏ̶″ธֱㄦธ̶̶ 

ㅡธՙㄦЌŐAЌĠCŐฌ AОЌ̬‫̶ں‬ฎֱx‫ں̶ֱں‬ธֱxxธฌ
ӧՙxธỏฎxธֱㅡㅡธฎ  С A Ṳ ̬ֱֱֱֱ

DzṲธㅡफÛฌ

ŐA
ΎḶЌ●ЌḚ̬ֱธฌ ㄦ ฎx̶ÛŐA●ḚՁՁฌ
ΎḶЌ●ЌḚ̬ֱ‫ں‬ฌ

Ќ
ĠḶ
CŐ

AОЌ̬‫̶ں‬ฎֱx‫̶ֱں‬x‫ֱں‬xxธฌ
ОŐḶОḶƆDzCЋDzĠ●ⓈՁAŐฌ

ЋDz
C ACAՁDzƆОDzЌDzŐִ゜ḶŐСŐAЌ●DzՁฌ
ADzƆƆฌ ㅡ ธㅡx●ƆĠA╗㈠ฌ

ӧО
DzṲ̶″फƆDzÛDzŐฌ
Ύ ḶЌ●ЌḚ̬ŐֱОCธฌ

DzṲㅡฎफĠCОDzƆCฌ

ⓈԱ
AОЌ̬‫̶ں‬ฎֱxธֱՙ‫̶ֱں‬xxՙฌ
ОŐDzŐAЌĠḶŐA●ḚՁՁฌ

Ɔ̶
ΎḶЌ●ЌḚ̬ֱธฌ
AОЌ̬‫̶ں‬ฎֱx‫̶ֱں‬x‫ֱں‬xxՙฌ

Ձ● ″ ¤‫ ں‬ฎ ƥ
Ḛ ՁAΎDzŐⓈƆƆDzՁՁՁDzDzִՁ●ЌCAḚA●Ձฌ
AОЌ̬‫̶ں‬ฎֱxธֱՙx‫ֱں‬xx̶ฌ

ỏฌ ‫ ں‬″ फDz̶
ㅡ ธ̶ธ●ƆĠA╗㈠ฌ ƆAՁDz̬‫ں‬फए‫ں‬ธxƥฌ

ธ″

xx
Ɔ xx¤‫ں‬ՙƥxɱफDz ธ ″ฎฎ㈠̶xƥฌ
ḶⓈЌ╗ḶСՁAŐӧⓈҜỏฌ


Ύ ḶЌ●ЌḚ̬ŐֱОCธฌ

Ќ̶

x ㈠‫ں‬
″㈠″
ㅡธ̶‫ں‬ЌŐAЌĠḶCŐฌ

″ ¤‫ں‬

ฎ ƥฌ
ΎḶЌ●ЌḚ̬ֱธฌ

ฎฌ
‫ں‬ธxƥ ″xƥ x ‫ں‬ธxƥ ธㅡxƥ ̶″xƥฌ

İ ḶЌDzƆԱḶⓈՁDzЋAŐCӧОⓈԱՁ●ỏฌ

ฎƥธ
DzƆ╗㈠ ธxxxฌ

″फ
DzṲƆƆҜĠฌ

Û
Ő●Ҝ̬ธธ″̶㈠ㅡ㌫ฌ Ġ●AҜAЋDzЌ
ⓈDzฌ

‫ں‬ฌ
Ɔ Ɔ

ɱՙ
●ЌЋḶⓈ╗̬ธธㅡㅡ㈠ɱɱ О Ő Ḷ İDz  ╗●Ќ СḶ Ő Ҝ A ╗●Ḷ Ќ ฌ

̶
ӧ ОⓈԱՁ●ỏฌ AƆƆDzƆƆḶŐƆОAŐDzՁЌⓈҜԱDzŐƆ̬ ‫̶ں‬ฎֱxธֱՙ‫̶ֱں‬xxㄦⓒxx″ⓒAЌCxxฎฌ

㈠ɱɱ
ƥฌ
ОŐḶОḶƆDzCⓈƆDzḶСОŐḶОDzŐ╗̬ ḶҜҜDzŐ●AՁฌ
ฌ DzṲ●Ɔ╗●ЌḚΎḶЌ●ЌḚ̬ ֱธฌ
゜Û DzṲ‫ں‬xxƥŐ゜Ûฌ
ƥŐ ОŐḶОḶƆDzCΎḶЌ●ЌḚ̬ ֱธฌ
ธㄦ
Ṳ‫ں‬ ḚŐḶƆƆAŐDzAḚDz̬ ธㄦ㈠ɱ″AŐDzƆฌ
Dz
DzṲ″xƥŐ゜Ûฌ

ЌDz╗AŐDzAḚDz̬ ธㄦ㈠ɱ″AŐDzƆฌ
AОЌ̬‫̶ں‬ฎֱxธֱՙx‫ֱں‬xx̶ฌ
AŐDz╗DzՁՁฌ AОЌ̬‫̶ں‬ฎֱx‫̶ֱں‬xㅡֱx‫ں‬xฌ
İ ●ҜDzЌDzΎŐAСADzՁฌ
DzṲธㅡफÛฌ

ㅡ‫ں‬ㄦㄦЌŐAЌĠCŐฌ  Dz  Ҝ A ОЌḶ╗╗ḶƆAՁDzฌ
DzṲ̶″फƆDzÛDzŐฌ ㅡ xxxİḶЌDzƆԱՁЋC㈠ฌ
DzṲ̶″फĠCОDzƆCฌ

ΎḶЌ●ЌḚ̬ֱธฌ
Ύ ḶЌ●ЌḚ̬ŐֱDzฌ Ⓢ ╗●Ձ●╗ C ●Ɔ  ՁA ●Ҝ Dz Ő ฌ
DzṲ●Ɔ╗●ЌḚⓈ╗●●╗ՁḶA╗●ḶЌƆƆĠḶÛЌĠDzŐDz●ЌAŐDzAООŐḶṲ●ҜA╗DzḶЌՁ㈠●╗ƆĠAՁՁԱDz╗ĠDzฌ
 ŐA●ḚŐḶACฌ ḶЌ╗ŐA╗ḶŐƆŐDzƆОḶЌƆ●Ա●Ձ●╗╗ḶCDz╗DzŐҜ●ЌDz╗ĠDzDzṲA╗ЋDzŐ╗●AՁAЌCĠḶŐ●ΎḶЌ╗AՁฌ
ՁḶA╗●ḶЌḶСAՁՁDzṲ●Ɔ╗●ЌḚⓈЌCDzŐḚŐḶⓈЌCⓈ╗●Ձ●╗●DzƆОŐ●ḶŐ╗ḶḶҜҜDzЌ●ЌḚฌ
ḶЌƆ╗ŐⓈ╗●ḶЌ㈠ЌḶŐDzОŐDzƆDzЌ╗A╗●ḶЌ●ƆҜACDz╗ĠA╗AՁՁDzṲ●Ɔ╗●ЌḚⓈ╗●Ձ●╗●DzƆAŐDzƆĠḶÛЌฌ
ฌ ĠDzŐDzḶЌ㈠╗ĠDzDzЌḚ●ЌDzDzŐAƆƆⓈҜDzƆЌḶŐDzƆОḶЌƆ●Ա●Ձ●╗СḶŐⓈ╗●Ձ●╗●DzƆЌḶ╗ƆĠḶÛЌḶŐฌ
A
 Ⓢ╗●Ձ●╗●DzƆЌḶ╗ƆĠḶÛЌ●Ќ╗ĠDz●ŐDzṲ●Ɔ╗●ЌḚՁḶA╗●ḶЌƆ㈠ฌ
 Ɔ ●╗Dzฌ
İ A
ฌ ִ
x ̶ ḶDz Ա A Ɔ ●Ɔ Ḷ СԱ Dz A Ő ●Ќ Ḛ ฌ
ֱx
‫ ں‬ㅡ Ҝ
ธ ֱฎ ЌЌ ฌ ƆḶⓈ╗Ġฎ̶¤ㅡธƥㅡ″फDzAƆ╗ⓒԱDz●ЌḚ╗ĠDzԱDzAŐ●ЌḚḶС╗ĠDzЌḶŐ╗ĠՁ●ЌDzḶС╗ĠDzƆḶⓈ╗ĠDzAƆ╗ฌ
ֱx A CŐ
̶ฎ Ҝ ỢⓈAŐ╗DzŐӧƆDz‫゜ں‬ㅡỏḶСƆDz╗●ḶЌธⓒ╗ḶÛЌƆĠ●ОธxƆḶⓈ╗ĠⓒŐAЌḚDz″xDzAƆ╗ⓒҜ㈠C㈠Ҝ㈠ⓒ●╗ḶСՁAƆฌ
‫ ں‬Ɔ Ġ
Ќ̬ Ḷ AЌ ‫ں‬ฌ ЋDzḚAƆⓒՁAŐḶⓈЌ╗ⓒЌDzЋACAAƆƆĠḶÛЌ●Ќ╗ĠDzḶСС●DzḶС╗ĠDzՁAŐḶⓈЌ╗ⓒฌ
Ő

AО ОԱ ЌŐ ̬ֱ ЌDzЋACAŐDzḶŐCDzŐ●ЌԱḶḶ‫ں‬ㄦ‫ں‬ⓒОAḚDz‫ں‬xxḶСОՁA╗Ɔฌ


ㄦฌ ฌ

О Dz ‫ ں‬ㅡ‫● ں‬ЌḚ
İ ḶЌDzƆԱḶⓈՁDzЋAŐCฌ

ㅡ Ќ xธ ●Dz
ㅡֱ
AОЌ̬‫̶ں‬ฎֱx‫ֱں‬ㅡx‫ֱں‬xx‫ں‬ฌ
Ġ

C ŐĠḶŐ╗ḶЌ●Ќฌ

ΎḶ ฎ‫ ں‬Ⓢ Ќ ฌ

ธֱ Dz Ő
C

ֱx Ġ C Ա DzЌ  Ġ Ҝ A Ő  ฌ
̶ฎ Ḷ Ḷ ●╗ḶСՁAƆЋDzḚAƆ̬ҜḶЌⓈҜDzЌ╗●CㄦՁЋxxธDzㅡฌ
Ő●Ћ

‫ ں‬ִ Ġ
О Ќ̬ ḶḶ AЌ ธฌ Ő●ЋDz╗AЌCОՁA╗●Ќ╗ĠDz╗ḶОḶСⓈŐԱA╗╗ĠDzЌḶŐ╗ĠÛDzƆ╗ḶŐЌDzŐḶСŐA●ḚŐḶACAЌCฌ
ֱ
Dzฌ

A C Ő 
Ќ ̬ ‫ں‬ฌ ฌ
İḶЌDzƆԱՁЋC㈠ฌ
Ő A Ќ  Ġ Ḷ ִ İḶ Ќ Dz Ɔ 
 ●╗ Ḷ СՁA Ɔ Ћ Dz Ḛ A Ɔ 
 Ḷ Ҝ Ҝ Dz Ő  ●A Ձ 
╗ Dz Ќ ╗A ╗●Ћ Dz Ҝ A О 

 ●Ҝ ฎㄦ Ḛ x‫ ں‬Ձ
ㅡֱ
ㅡ x Ќ●Ќ ฎ‫ ں‬ƆՁ ฌ
DzṲ̶″फƆDzÛDzŐฌ

ΎḶ ֱx
ธֱ ╗●Dz CŐ
DzՁDzЋA╗●ḶЌ″ฎɱ㈠ㅡธ̶ҜDz╗DzŐƆӧЌAЋCฎฎỏฌ
̶ฎ ОDzŐ ĠḶ ธธ″‫ں‬㈠ฎฎСDzDz╗ฌ
‫ں‬ 
Ќ̬ ŐḶ AЌ ธฌ
AО ŐО ЌŐ ̬ֱ Dz ЌฌḚฌ●ฌฌЌ
╗ ╗ ‫ںں‬ Ḛ Ձ Dz Ḛ A ՁC Dz Ɔ  Ő ●О ╗●Ḷ Ќ ฌ ฌ
ฌЌฌฌA Ձฌ DzฌDzฌŐ
ㅡ ‫ ں‬Ќ●Ќ ԱDz●ЌḚAОḶŐ╗●ḶЌḶСՁḶ╗‫ں‬ḶСŐA●ḚAЌCİḶЌDzƆⓒAḶҜҜDzŐ●AՁƆⓈԱC●Ћ●Ɔ●ḶЌⓒAƆƆĠḶÛЌฌ Ɔ ฌƆ●ฌḶ ฌฌ
ฌDzฌ ฌ

ΎḶ ‫ں‬ฌ ฌ
Ɔ ╗ฌ

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TMP-74114 - REVISED
TMP-74114 [PRJ-74046] - TENTATIVE MAP - APPLICANT/OWNER: PRE RANCHO CRAIG, LLC
NORTHEAST CORNER OF RANCHO DRIVE AND JONES BOULEVARD
08/02/18
TMP-74114 [PRJ-74046] - TENTATIVE MAP - APPLICANT/OWNER: PRE RANCHO CRAIG, LLC
NORTHEAST CORNER OF RANCHO DRIVE AND JONES BOULEVARD
08/02/18
TMP-74114 [PRJ-74046] - TENTATIVE MAP - APPLICANT/OWNER: PRE RANCHO CRAIG, LLC
NORTHEAST CORNER OF RANCHO DRIVE AND JONES BOULEVARD
08/02/18
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TMP-74114
Agenda Item No.: 8.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - WVR-74211 - WAIVER - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: DF
DURANGO, LLC - OWNER: HANCOCK PROPERTY, LLC - For possible action on a request
for a Waiver TO ALLOW A READER BOARD WHERE SUCH IS NOT ALLOWED FOR A
PROPOSED MONUMENT SIGN on 1.03 acres at 7709 North El Capitan Way (APN 125-17-
612-016), T-C (Town Center) Zone [SC-TC (Service Commercial - Town Center) Special Land
Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-73842]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 11/21/2018


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

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 0 Planning Commission Mtg. 6
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps - WVR-74211 and MSP-74070 [PRJ-73842]
2. Conditions and Staff Report - WVR-74211 and MSP-74070 [PRJ-73842]
3. Supporting Documentation - WVR-74211 and MSP-74070 [PRJ-73842]
4. Photo(s) - WVR-74211 and MSP-74070 [PRJ-73842]
5. Justification Letter - WVR-74211 and MSP-74070 [PRJ-73842]
6. Support Postcards – WVR-74211 and MSP-74070 [PRJ-73842]
WVR-74211 and MSP-74070 [PRJ-73842]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: OCTOBER 09, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: DF DURANGO, LLC - OWNER: HANCOCK
PROPERTY, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
WVR-74211 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:
MSP-74070 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions: WVR-74211

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 52

NOTICES MAILED 203 - WVR-74211 and MSP-74070

PROTESTS 0 - WVR-74211 and MSP-74070

APPROVALS 6 - WVR-74211 and MSP-74070

JB
WVR-74211 and MSP-74070 [PRJ-73842]
Conditions Page One
October 09, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** CONDITIONS **

WVR-74211 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Approval of and conformance to the Conditions of Approval for Master Sign Plan
(MSP-74070) shall be required, if approved.

2. Conformance to the approved conditions for Master Sign Plan (MSP-34174),


except where amended herein.

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.

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

MSP-74070 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Approval of and conformance to the Conditions of Approval for Waiver (WVR-


74211) 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.

JB
WVR-74211 and MSP-74070 [PRJ-73842]
Conditions Page Two
October 09, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

3. All development shall be in conformance with the site plan date stamped
09/20/18 and sign elevations date stamped 07/26/18 and sign elevation for H1
monument sign date stamped 09/20/18, 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. All City Code requirements and design standards of all City Departments must
be satisfied, except as modified herein.

JB
WVR-74211 and MSP-74070 [PRJ-73842]
Staff Report Page One
October 09, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant has requested a Waiver to allow a reader board where such is not
allowed for a proposed monument sign for an existing convenience store located at
7709 North El Capitan Way.

ISSUES

· A Waiver is requested to allow a reader board where such is not allowed for a
proposed monument sign. Staff supports this request.
· On June 25th, 2009 the Planning Commission approved Master Sign Plan (MSP-
34174), which set modified signage development standards for all pylon, monument
and wall mounted signage.
· A Major Amendment of Master Sign Plan (MSP-34174) has been requested to
incorporate modified monument sign development standards for an approved
convenience store that is incompatible with the approved Master Sign Plan. Staff
supports this request.
· On September 20th, 2018 the applicant submitted a revised site plan and sign
elevations for the existing monument sign (H1), which will be refaced for the
proposed convenience store onsite. The revised sign elevations depict revised
framing around the monument sign; which incorporates a grey tile base, grey
columns and a red non-illuminated top which has been designed to match the
building materials of the convenience store building.

ANALYSIS

The subject property is located within the Town Center SC-TC (Service Commercial -
Town Center) Special Land Use Designation. On June 25th, 09 the Planning
Commission approved Master Sign Plan (MSP-34174), which set modified signage
development standards for all pylon, monument and wall mounted signage on the
subject site.

The applicant has proposed to replace an existing multi-tenant monument sign (noted
as Sign C3 on the original sign plan), with a new monument sign reflecting Shell Oil’s
branding standard. The sign is in conformance with Town Center Development
Standards for signage, but is not compatible with the thematic design and development
standards of the Master Sign Plan (MSP-34174) for the shopping center resulting in the
requested waiver and major amendment to the sign plan.

Per the submitted sign elevations the new monument sign, will provide a 41 square-foot
maximum signage area, which includes an electronic LED reader board which will
display gas prices for the existing convenience stores fuel pumps. However, per
approved Master Sign Plan (MSP-34174) the maximum sign area for monument
signage is limited to maximum of 30 square feet with no reader board.
JB
WVR-74211 and MSP-74070 [PRJ-73842]
Staff Report Page Two
October 09, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Staff has determined that the proposed signage is consistent with the surrounding area
and Town Center development standards, with the exception of the proposed reader
board; therefore, staff recommends approval of this project.

FINDINGS (WVR-74211)

Staff supports this requested Waiver as the proposed monument signage meets the
development standards outlined in Town Center Development Standards for monument
signage, with the exception of the requested waiver to allow a reader board where such is
not allowed. In addition the proposed signage is harmonious with the surrounding
commercial developments in the area.

FINDINGS (MSP-74070)

The proposed Master Sign Plan amendment features modified monument sign
development standards at the subject site, all of which meets Town Center Development
Standards sign standards except for the proposed electronic reader board. Staff therefore
recommends approval, subject to conditions.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc


The City Council approved a Rezoning (Z-0076-98) of these parcels
and the surrounding area and thus created the Centennial Hills Town
12/07/98
Center Special Plan area. The Planning Commission and staff
recommended approval of this request.
The City Council approved a Site Development Plan Review (SDR-
20496) for a proposed 269,860 square-foot Commercial Center with
Waivers from the Town Center Development Standards to allow a six-
foot wide landscape buffer on the south property line where eight feet
is required and to allow zero feet of perimeter landscape buffer
adjacent to the Multi-Use Transportation Trail along the north and west
property lines where 15 feet is required, to allow zero feet of perimeter
landscape buffer adjacent to a drive-through aisle where 10 additional
07/11/07
feet are required and to allow a drive-through aisle on three sides of a
Fast Food building where only two sides are allowed, a Special Use
Permit (SUP-20497) for a Building and Landscape Material/Lumber
Yard, a Special Use Permit (SUP-20498) for Outdoor Storage,
Accessory and a Special Use Permit (SUP-20499) for a Restaurant
with Drive-Through on 23.62 acres at the northwest corner of El
Capitan Way and Durango Drive. The Planning Commission and staff
recommended approval of these requests.

JB
WVR-74211 and MSP-74070 [PRJ-73842]
Staff Report Page Three
October 09, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc


The City Council accepted a withdrawal without prejudice of a
Variance (VAR-25403) to allow a retaining wall height of 15 feet where
the maximum retaining wall height is six feet on the west property line,
02/06/08
and to allow a total height of 23 feet where the maximum total height of
retaining and screening walls is 12 feet. The Planning Commission
and staff recommended approval of this request.
The City Council accepted a withdrawal without prejudice of a
Tentative Map (TMP-25075) for a one-lot commercial subdivision on
03/05/08 23.62 acres at the northwest corner of El Capitan Way and Durango
Drive. The Planning Commission and staff recommended approval of
this request.
The Planning and Development Department administratively approved
a request for a Final Map (FMP-27577) for a one-lot commercial
04/28/08
subdivision on 23.62 acres adjacent to the southwest corner El
Capitan Way and North Durango Drive.
The Planning Commission approved a request for a Waiver (WVR-
33758) of Town Center Development Standards to allow no amenity
04/23/09 zone along a 233-foot portion of Durango Drive where a 2.5-foot
amenity zone is required adjacent to the northwest corner of Durango
Drive and El Capitan Way. Staff recommended denial.
The Planning Commission approved Master Sign Plan (MSP-34174)
for a commercial development with waivers of the Town Center sign
standards to allow 2,609 square feet of freestanding signage where
1,506 square feet is permitted, a 100-foot pylon sign where 24 feet is
permitted, three monument signs along the El Capitan Way street
06/25/09
frontage where two are permitted, and to allow wall signs to face an
existing residential development that is located outside the limits of the
Centennial Hills Town Center where such is not permitted on 23.62
acres at the northwest corner of El Capitan Way and Durango Drive.
Staff recommended denial of the request.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


02/09/17 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A building permit (#165226) was issued for retail shell building “C” at
06/16/10
7709 North El Capitan Way. The permit has not been finalized.
A building permit (#333061) was issued for onsite improvements and
04/20/17 fuel canopy (Durango C-Store) at 7709 North El Capitan Way. The
permit has not been finalized.

JB
WVR-74211 and MSP-74070 [PRJ-73842]
Staff Report Page Four
October 09, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A building permit (#333061) was issued for retail shell building
(Durango C-Store) at 7709 North El Capitan Way. The permit has not
been finalized.
04/20/17
A building permit (#333424) was issued for demolition of a tower
(Durango C-Store) at 7709 North El Capitan Way. The permit has not
been finalized.
A building permit (#C18-02842) has been issued for seven wall signs
07/05/18 (Haddies Carwash) at 7709 North El Capitan Way. The permit has not
been finalized.
A business license (#G66-04145) was issued for a Convenience Store
(Haddies 2) at 7709 North El Capitan Way. The permit is still active.
A business license (#G66-04147) was issued for a Car Wash (Haddies
2) at 7709 North El Capitan Way. The permit is still active.
08/09/18 A business license (#G66-04148) was issued for an Automatic Teller
Operator (Haddies 2) at 7709 North El Capitan Way. The permit is still
active.
A business license (#G66-04149) was issued for a Tobacco Dealer
(Haddies 2) at 7709 North El Capitan Way. The permit is still active.

Pre-Application Meeting
A Pre-Application meeting was conducted with the applicant to go over
the application materials and submittal requirements for a Waiver and
06/26/18
Major Amendment to an approved Master Sign Plan for one proposed
monument sign for an existing convenience store development.

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

Field Check
Staff conducted a routine site visit and found the subject site to be a
08/02/18
well maintained commercial site.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 23.62

JB
WVR-74211 and MSP-74070 [PRJ-73842]
Staff Report Page Five
October 09, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
T-C (Town Center)
[SC-TC (Service
Subject
Shopping Center TC (Town Center) Commercial – Town
Property
Center) Special Land
Use designation]
Single-Family ML (Medium Low R-CL (Single Family
North
Residences Density Residential) Compact-Lot)
T-C (Town Center)
[GC-TC (General
South Shopping Center TC (Town Center) Commercial – Town
Center) Special Land
Use designation]
T-C (Town Center)
[SC-TC (Service
East Shopping Center TC (Town Center) Commercial – Town
Center) Special Land
Use designation]
West U.S. 95 ROW (Right-of-Way) ROW (Right-of-Way)

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


No Applicable Master Plan Area N/A
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
T-C (Town Center) District *N
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
* The applicant has requested a Waiver (WVR-74211) to allow a reader board where
such is not allowed for a proposed monument sign.

JB
WVR-74211 and MSP-74070 [PRJ-73842]
Staff Report Page Six
October 09, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to the approved Master Sign Plan (MSP-34174) Development Standards,


the following standards apply:
“H1” – Monument Sign:
Standards Allowed Provided Compliance
2 Signs on Durango
2 Signs on Durango Drive
Drive (640 Feet); 3
Maximum (640 Feet); 3 signs on El
signs on El Capitan Y
Number Capitan Way (820 Feet)
Way (820 Feet)
5 total
5 total
Maximum
8 Feet 7 Feet, 9 inches Y
Height
Maximum
Area (Per 30 SF 41 SF *N
Sign)
Minimum
5 Feet 5 Feet Y
Setback
Internal illumination
Illumination (fluorescent lamps); Internal Illuminated Y
no animation.
Compatible with Proposed monument sign is
architecture and scale compatible with architecture Y
Other of buildings and scale of buildings
To allow an electronic reader
No reader board signs **N
board sign
* The applicant has requested a Major Amendment of an approved Master Sign Plan
(MSP-34174) for an existing Shopping Center to incorporate signage for an approved
convenience store that is incompatible with the approved master sign plan.
** The applicant has requested a Waiver (WVR-74211) to allow a reader board where
such is not allowed for a proposed monument sign.

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Town Center
Town Center Development
El Capitan Way 80 Y
Arterial Standards
Manual
Town Center
Development
Durango Drive Primary Arterial 100 Y
Standards
Manual

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WVR-74211

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WVR-74211 [PRJ-73842] - WAIVER RELATED TO MSP-74070 - APPLICANT: DF DURANGO, LLC - OWNER:
HANCOCK PROPERTY, LLC
7709 NORTH EL CAPITAN WAY
08/02/18
WVR-74211 [PRJ-73842] - WAIVER RELATED TO MSP-74070 - APPLICANT: DF DURANGO, LLC - OWNER:
HANCOCK PROPERTY, LLC
7709 NORTH EL CAPITAN WAY
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Agenda Item No.: 9.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - MSP-74070 - MASTER SIGN PLAN RELATED TO WVR-74211 - PUBLIC
HEARING - APPLICANT: DF DURANGO, LLC - OWNER: HANCOCK PROPERTY, LLC -
For possible action on a request for a Major Amendment of an approved Master Sign Plan (MSP-
34174) for an existing Shopping Center TO INCORPORATE SIGNAGE FOR AN APPROVED
CONVENIENCE STORE THAT IS INCOMPATIBLE WITH THE APPROVED MASTER
SIGN PLAN on 23.62 acres at the northwest corner of El Capitan Way and Durango Drive (APN
125-17-612-016), T-C (Town Center) Zone [SC-TC (Service Commercial - Town Center)
Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-73842]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 11/21/2018


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
Consistent with the City’s
sustainability efforts to reduce
paper use, backup
documentation pertaining to
related items will appear as
backup under the first item. This
item includes such consolidated
backup documentation. Please
refer to the first related
application in the subject line of
the Agenda Summary Page.
MSP-74070

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MSP-74070

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Agenda Item No.: 10.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
MOD-74264 - MAJOR MODIFICATION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: MF
LAND, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Major Modification to the Grand Canyon
Village Master Plan Area TO REMOVE 0.99 ACRES FROM THE GRAND CANYON
VILLAGE PLAN AREA (APN 125-07-501-006), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74231]. Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

C.C.: 11/21/2018

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. Staff Report - MOD-74264, GPA-74262 and ZON-74263 [PRJ-74231]
3. Supporting Documentation - MOD-74264, GPA-74262 and ZON-74263 [PRJ-74231]
4. Photo(s) - MOD-74264, GPA-74262 and ZON-74263 [PRJ-74231]
5. Justification Letter - MOD-74264, GPA-74262 and ZON-74263 [PRJ-74231]
MOD-74264, GPA-74262, and ZON-74263 [PRJ-74231]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: MF LAND, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
MOD-74264 Staff recommends APPROVAL.

GPA-74262 Staff recommends APPROVAL. MOD-74264

ZON-74263 Staff recommends APPROVAL. GPA-74262


MOD-74264

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 19

NOTICES MAILED 48

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 0

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MOD-74264, GPA-74262, and ZON-74263 [PRJ-74231]
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October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The request is for a Major Modification to remove a 0.99-acre parcel from the Grand
Canyon Master Plan Area, a General Plan Amendment from PCD (Planned Community
Development) to TND (Traditional Neighborhood Development), and a Rezoning from
the PD (Planned Development) to T-D (Traditional Development). These items are
required to allow the inclusion of the subject parcel into the Skye Canyon Master Plan
Area.

ISSUES

· The subject site was purchased in 2013 with the intent of including the parcel
within the Skye Canyon Master Planned Community; however, formal action was
never taken to remove the subject parcel from the Grand Canyon Village plan
area.
· The proposed Major Modification to the Grand Canyon Village Master Plan will
remove the subject parcel from said plan area. Staff recommends approval of
the request.
· The proposed General Plan Amendment from PCD (Planned Community
Development) to TND (Traditional Neighborhood Development) is required to
allow a rezoning to the T-D (Traditional Development) zoning district. Staff
recommends approval of the request.
· The proposed rezoning from the PD (Planned Development) district to the T-D
(Traditional Development) district is required for the parcel’s inclusion within the
Skye Canyon plan area. Staff recommends approval of the request.

ANALYSIS

The subject parcel, which is located within the Grand Canyon Village master plan, was
purchased in 2013 by the developers of the Skye Canyon planned community with the
intent of incorporating the parcel into the Skye Canyon plan area. In 2015, a Site
Development Plan Review (SDR-60370) for a shopping center was approved on the
adjacent parcel to the south of the subject site. The plan included a future street alignment
for Drake Drive, which physically separated the subject site from the remainder of the
Grand Canyon Village plan area. Also in 2015, the second Amendment and Restatement
of the Skye Canyon Development Agreement was approved, and the subject parcel was
included within the plan area’s legal description and land use plan. In order to correct this
inconsistency, a Major Modification is proposed to remove the remnant 0.99-acre subject
parcel from the Grand Canyon Village plan area. This is considered a “clean-up” item, and
staff recommends approval of the request.
FS
MOD-74264, GPA-74262, and ZON-74263 [PRJ-74231]
Staff Report Page Two
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

In order to be incorporated into the Skye Canyon master plan area, the underlying general
plan and zoning designations must also be changed from PCD (Planned Community
Development) and PD (Planned Development), to TND (Traditional Neighborhood
Development) and T-D (Traditional Development), respectively. Title 19.10 allows for a
rezoning to the T-D (Traditional Development) district for an area less than 40 acres
when the site is contiguous to a property that has previously been zoned T-D
(Traditional Development), and is under control by the same property owner who
obtained the T-D (Traditional Development) zoning for the original property. The
subject site is contiguous to a T-D (Traditional Development) zoned parcel to the west,
and both properties are under common ownership by the entity that obtained the
adjacent T-D (Traditional Development) zoning. The subject site meets both
qualifications to be rezoned to the T-D (Traditional Development) zoning district, and if
approved, the site will be subject to the approved Skye Canyon Development Standards
and Design Guidelines. The General Plan Amendment and Rezoning request are
appropriate, and staff recommends approval of the request.

FINDINGS (MOD-74264)
The subject site is currently owned by an entity controlled by the master developer of the
Skye Canyon planned community, and the removal of the subject site from the Grand
Canyon Village is required in order for the site to be incorporated into Skye Canyon plan
area. Staff recommends approval of the request.

FINDINGS (GPA-74262)

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 allowable density and intensity of the proposed TND (Traditional


Neighborhood Development) land use designation is compatible with the existing
adjacent land uses in the area.

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


compatible with the existing adjacent land uses or zoning districts,

The T-D (Traditional Development) is the only zoning district permitted within the
TND (Traditional Neighborhood Development) land use designation. The T-D
(Traditional Development) zoning district is compatible with existing adjacent land
uses and zoning districts.

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MOD-74264, GPA-74262, and ZON-74263 [PRJ-74231]
Staff Report Page Three
October 9, 2018 - 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

There is adequate transportation, recreation, utility, and other facilities to


accommodate the uses and densities permitted by the TND (Traditional
Neighborhood Development) land use designation.

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


policies.

The proposed amendment conforms to all other applicable adopted plans and
policies.

FINDINGS (ZON-74263)

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.

With the approval of the companion General Plan Amendment to the TND
(Traditional Neighborhood Development) land use designation, the rezoning will
be in compliance with the General Plan.

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 uses allowed by the T-D (Traditional Development) zoning district will be
compatible with the surrounding land uses and zoning districts.

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

Given the current development patterns in the surrounding area, the proposed
rezoning to the T-D (Traditional Development) zoning district is appropriate.

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.

The street and highway facilities are adequate in size to meet the requirements of
the proposed zoning district.

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MOD-74264, GPA-74262, and ZON-74263 [PRJ-74231]
Staff Report Page Four
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc


The City Council approved a Rezoning (Z-0093-00) to PD (Planned
Development), which created the Grand Canyon Village master
12/20/00
planned area. Staff and the Planning Commission recommended
approval.
The City Council approved a request for a Major Modification (MOD-
1696) to the Grand Canyon Village Master Plan to add 23.41 acres to
04/02/03
the overall Plan area. Staff and the Planning Commission
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Development Agreement (DIR-21605)
between Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC and the city of Las Vegas on
1,712 acres at the southwest corner of Fort Apache Road and
Moccasin Road for the development of the Kyle Canyon Master Plan.
05/16/07
The Planning Commission and staff recommended approval. In a
related item, the City Council voted to approve a Parks Agreement
between Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC and the city of Las Vegas. Staff
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request regarding the 1st amendment
and restatement of the Development Agreement (DIR-42266) for the
Kyle Canyon Development on approximately 1,662 acres at the
11/16/11
southwest corner of Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. Planning
Commission and staff recommended approval. The Development
Agreement (Doc. #201206260000001) was recorded on 06/26/12.
The City Council approved a request (DIR-57816) regarding the 2nd
amendment and restatement to the Kyle Canyon Development
04/15/15
agreement The Planning Commission and Staff recommended
approval.
The Planning Commission approved a Site Development Plan Review
(SDR-60370) for a 215,902 shopping center. This action created a
09/08/15 future street alignment that separates the subject site from the
remainder of the Grand Canyon Village plan area. Staff had
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request (DIR-63962) for the 3rd
amendment and restatement to the Kyle Canyon Development
07/20/16
agreement. The Planning Commission and Staff recommended
approval.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


11/07/13 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

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MOD-74264, GPA-74262, and ZON-74263 [PRJ-74231]
Staff Report Page Five
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Pre-Application Meeting
A pre-application meeting was held, and general application submittal
08/14/18
requirements were discussed.

Neighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting was held, and two members of the
09/15/19 development team and one staff member were present. No
members of the public were in attendance.

Field Check
08/30/18 The subject site is an undeveloped lot.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 0.99

Existing Land
Surrounding Special Land Use Existing Zoning
Use Per Title
Property Designation District
19.12
CC (Community
Commercial) Grand
Subject PD (Planned
Undeveloped Canyon Village
Property Developed)
Special Land Use
Designation
North US 95 ROW N/A N/A
CC (Community
Commercial) Grand
PD (Planned
South Undeveloped Canyon Village
Developed)
Special Land Use
Designation
East US 95 ROW N/A N/A
Kyle-MLA (Residential
Medium Low-
T-D (Traditional
West Undeveloped Attached) Skye
Development)
Canyon Special Land
Use Designation

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MOD-74264, GPA-74262, and ZON-74263 [PRJ-74231]
Staff Report Page Six
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


Grand Canyon Village Y
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
PD (Planned Development) District 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

Existing Special Land Use


Permitted Density Units Allowed
Designation
CC (Community
N/A N/A
Commercial)
Proposed Special Land
Permitted Density Units Allowed
Use Designation
Kyle MLA (Residential
25 DUA 24 units
Medium Low - Attached)

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Oso Blanca Planned Streets and
Collector 80 Y
Road Highways Map
Drake Drive Collector Title 13 60 Y

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APPLICANT/OWNER: MF LAND, LLC
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MOD-74264, GPA-74262 and ZON-74263


Agenda Item No.: 11.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
GPA-74262 - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT RELATED TO MOD-74264 - PUBLIC
HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: MF LAND, LLC - For possible action on a request for
General Plan Amendment FROM: PCD (PLANNED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT) TO:
TND (TRADITIONAL NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT) on 0.99 acres at the northwest
corner of Grand Canyon Drive and Oso Blanca Road (APN 125-07-501-006), Ward 6 (Fiore)
[PRJ-74231]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

C.C.: 11/21/2018

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.

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Consolidated Backup
2. Location and Aerial Maps
3. Supporting Documentation
Consistent with the City’s
sustainability efforts to reduce
paper use, backup
documentation pertaining to
related items will appear as
backup under the first item. This
item includes such consolidated
backup documentation. Please
refer to the first related
application in the subject line of
the Agenda Summary Page.
GPA-74262

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General Plan Amendment


RNP - Rural Neighborhood MLA - Medium - Low Attached GTC - Tourist Commercial PF-CC Public Facility 1000' Buffer
Preservation Clark County
LVMD - Las Vegas Medical
M - Medium
RE - Rural Estates District TC - Town Center
City Limits
H - High LI/R - Light Industrial / Research
DR - Desert Rural RC - Resource Conservation GIS maps are normally produced
only to meet the needs of the City .
PCD - Planned Community Due to continuous development activity
R - Rural O - Office Not City
Development C - Downtown - Commercial this map is for reference only .
Geographic Information System
SC - Service Commercial PR-OS - Park/Recreation/ Planning & Development Dept.
L - Low MXU - Downtown - Mixed Use 702-229-6301
Open Space
GC - General Commercial
Subject Property
ML - Medium - Low TND - Tradional Neighborhood Date: Wednesday, August 29, 2018
PF - Public Facility
Development
Agenda Item No.: 12.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ZON-74263 - REZONING RELATED TO MOD-74264 AND GPA-74262 - PUBLIC
HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: MF LAND, LLC - For possible action on a request for
Rezoning FROM: P-D (PLANNED DEVELOPMENT) TO: T-D (TRADITIONAL
DEVELOPMENT) on 0.99 acres at the northwest corner of Grand Canyon Drive and Oso
Blanca Road (APN 125-07-501-006), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74231]. Staff recommends
APPROVAL.

C.C.: 11/21/2018

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.

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Consolidated Backup
2. Location and Aerial Maps
3. Supporting Documentation
Consistent with the City’s
sustainability efforts to reduce
paper use, backup
documentation pertaining to
related items will appear as
backup under the first item. This
item includes such consolidated
backup documentation. Please
refer to the first related
application in the subject line of
the Agenda Summary Page.
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U - (GPA Designation) R-2 - Medium-Low P-O - Professional Office C-M - Commercial/Industrial
Undeveloped Density Residential 1000' Buffer
R-3 - Medium Density N-S - Neighborhood Service M - Industrial
R-A - Ranch Acres
Residential
R-E - Residential Estates R-4 - High Density
O - Office C-V - Civic City Limits
GIS maps are normally produced
R-D - Single-Family Residential C-D - Designed Commercial P-C - Planned Community only to meet the needs of the City .
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C-1 - Limited Commercial T-D - Traditional Development Not City this map is for reference only .
Geographic Information System
R-PD - Residential R-MH - Mobile/Manufactured Planning & Development Dept.
Planned Development Home Residence 702-229-6301
C-2 - General Commercial PD - Planned Development
R-1 - Single Family Subject Property
R-MHP - Residential Mobile/ C-PB - Planned Business Date: Wednesday, August 29, 2018
Residential T-C - Town Center
Manufactured Home Park Park
R-CL - Single-Family
Compact-Lot P-R - Professional Offices
and Parking
Agenda Item No.: 13.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
SUP-74317 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: TERRIBLE
HERBST, INC. - OWNER: MARY BARTSAS 22, LLC - For possible action on a request for a
Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 4,490 SQUARE-FOOT BEER/WINE/COOLER OFF-
SALE ESTABLISHMENT USE at the southwest corner of Fremont Street and Eastern Avenue
(APN 139-35-817-006), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-74020]. Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 11/21/2018


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 - SUP-74317 and SDR-74318 [PRJ-74020]
2. Conditions and Staff Report - SUP-74317 and SDR-74318 [PRJ-74020]
3. Supporting Documentation - SUP-74317 and SDR-74318 [PRJ-74020]
4. Photo(s) - SUP-74317 and SDR-74318 [PRJ-74020]
5. Justification Letter - SUP-74317 and SDR-74318 [PRJ-74020]
SUP-74317 and SDR-74318 [PRJ-74020]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: TERRIBLE HERBST, INC. - OWNER: MARY
BARTSAS 22, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
SUP-74317 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions: N/A
SDR-74318 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions: SUP-74317

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 40

NOTICES MAILED 767

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 0

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** CONDITIONS **

SUP-74317 CONDITIONS
Planning

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


Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale Establishment use.

2. Approval of and conformance to the Conditions of Approval for Site Development


Plan Review (SDR-74318) shall be required.

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.

SDR-74318 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Approval of and conformance to the Conditions of Approval for Special Use


Permit (SUP-77418) shall be required, if approved.

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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 09/25/18, except as amended by conditions
herein.

4. Pursuant to Title 19 Downtown Las Vegas Overlay District Development


Standards, a Waiver from Area 1 Architectural Design Standards is hereby
approved to allow a zero percent setback where 70 percent is required along the
front and corner side yard setback; to allow no parking lot screening where such
is required; to not carry architectural details on all sides of the building where
such is required; to not feature a continuous articulated cornice where such is
required.

5. A Waiver from Title 19.08.040 (B)(4) is hereby approved, to allow the wash bay
door to face public right-of-way.

6. The Trash Enclosure shall be screened in accordance with Title 19.08.040(E)(4).

7. 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.

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

9. 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.

10. 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.

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

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Public Works

12. Dedicate an additional five feet of right-of-way for a total half-street width of 50
feet on Fremont Street adjacent to this site prior to the issuance of any permits.

13. Correct all American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) deficiencies on the sidewalks
adjacent to this site in accordance with code requirements of Title 13.56.040, if
any, to the satisfaction of the City Engineer concurrent with development of this
site.

14. Unless otherwise allowed by the City Engineer, construct sidewalk on at least
one side of all access drives connecting this site to the adjacent public streets
concurrent with development of this site. The connecting sidewalk shall extend
from the sidewalk on the public street to the first intersection of the on-site
roadway network and shall be terminated on-site with a handicap ramp.

15. Landscape and maintain all unimproved rights-of-way 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.

16. Submit a License Agreement for landscaping and private improvements in the
City of Las Vegas portion of the Fremont Street public right-of-way 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 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).

17. Obtain an Occupancy Permit from the Nevada Department of Transportation


(NDOT) for all driveways or other private improvements in the Fremont Street
public right-of-way adjacent to this site prior to constructing any improvements
within NDOT jurisdiction.

18. Contact the City Engineer’s Office at 702-229-6272 to coordinate the


development of this project with the “Charleston/Maryland Storm Drain – Phase
2” improvement project and any other public improvement projects adjacent to
this site. Comply with the recommendations of the City Engineer.

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19. A Traffic Impact Analysis 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 recordation of a Map subdividing this site,
whichever may occur first. Comply with the recommendations of the approved
Traffic Impact Analysis prior to occupancy of the site. The Traffic Impact
Analysis shall also include a section addressing Standard Drawings #234.1
#234.2 and #234.3 to determine additional right-of-way requirements for bus
turnouts adjacent to this site, if any; dedicate all areas recommended by the
approved Traffic Impact Analysis. All additional rights of way required by
Standard Drawing #201.1 for exclusive right turn lanes and dual left turn lanes
shall be dedicated prior to or concurrent with the commencement of on site
development activities unless specifically noted as not required in the approved
Traffic Impact Analysis. Phased compliance will be allowed if recommended by
the approved Traffic Impact Analysis. No recommendation of the approved
Traffic Impact Analysis, nor compliance therewith, shall be deemed to modify or
eliminate any condition of approval imposed by the Planning Commission or the
City Council on the development of this site.

20. 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 or submittal of any construction drawings, whichever may
occur first. Provide and improve all drainage ways 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.

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** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant is proposing a Convenience Store with Fuel Pump, and a Car Wash, Full
Service located at southwest corner of Fremont Street and Eastern Avenue.

ISSUES

· The subject property is located within the Downtown Las Vegas Overlay District –
Area 1 (Fremont East District) and it is subject to the development standards
outlined in the Interim Downtown Las Vegas Development Standards (Appendix
F).
· A Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale Establishment use is permitted in the C-2 (General
Commercial) zoning district with the approval of a Special Use Permit. Staff
supports this request.
· A Waiver Title 19.08 Development Standards is requested to allow the wash bay
door to face public rights-of-way. Staff supports this request.
· The applicant has requested a Waiver of the Downtown Las Vegas Overlay
(Appendix F) Site Planning Standards, to allow setbacks to be at zero percent
along the front and corner side yard setbacks, where the building façade shall
align along the front property lines. Staff supports this request.
· A Waiver of the Downtown Las Vegas Overlay (Appendix F), parking lot
development standards to allow no 15-gallon size shade tree for every six
parking spaces, one-gallon size shrubs per tree in landscape islands and on the
perimeter lot is required. Staff supports this request.
· A Waiver of the Downtown Las Vegas Overlay (Appendix F), for now ornamental
screen where such is required on parking lots facing public streets. Staff
supports this request.
· A Waiver of the Downtown Las Vegas Overlay (Appendix F) Architectural Design
standard is requested to allow no articulated cornice to be continuous on all sides
and to allow blank, expressionless walls to extend greater than 10 feet is
required and to allow no architectural details on all sides of the building. Staff
supports this request.

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ANALYSIS

The subject parcel is part of the Charleston/Eastern Commercial Subdivision and


located within the Downtown Las Vegas Overlay District - Area 1 (Fremont East District)
and per Table 11 of the threshold document, this project is a “New Development”. The
parcel is zoned C-2 (General Commercial).

The applicant proposes to construct a 4,490 square-foot Convenience Store with a Car
Wash bay located on the south side of the Convenience Store, and a fuel canopy
located approximately 60 feet to the east of the Convenience Store. The perimeter
landscape buffers are not required within the Downtown Las Vegas Overlay District and
a Waiver is not necessary. The applicant has requested a Waiver of Title
19.08.040(B)(4)(e) which requires openings of the bay door to not face public rights-of-
way. The proposed car wash bay doors face the public right-of-way towards Eastern
Avenue. The applicant has requested a Waiver of the Downtown Las Vegas Overlay to
allow setbacks to be at zero percent along the front and corner side yard setbacks,
where 70 percent of the building façade should align along the front property lines. The
proposed building placement is located away from the front property lines. There is an
existing utility box adjacent to Fremont Street, which is not subject to the screening
requirements of the Downtown Las Vegas Overlay District.

The building elevations depict a typical gas station canopy, convenience store and car
wash. The convenience store and car wash building materials consists of concrete
block wall, cement plaster, decorative metal panel, metal roof, canopy and aluminum
storefront glazing. A Waiver of the Downtown Las Vegas Overlay (Appendix F)
Architectural Design to allow no articulated cornice to be continuous on all sides, to
allow blank, expressionless walls to extend greater than 10 feet and to allow no
architectural details on all sides of the building. The north and west elevations depicts a
building wall that is expressionless without any decorative metal roof or awing. While
the north elevation has the decorative metal panel, metal roof and storefront glazing, it
does an expressionless wall extended that is greater than 10 feet.

Although the landscape plan indicates a perimeter landscape buffers with shrubs with
no trees. The perimeter landscape buffers are not required within Downtown Las Vegas
Overlay – Area 1. The applicant is requesting a Waiver no ornamental screen where
such is required on parking lots facing public streets. A Waiver of the parking lot
development standards to allow no 15-gallon size shade tree for every six parking
spaces, one-gallon size shrubs per tree in landscape islands and on the perimeter lot is
required.

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The car wash is designed as a single lane with stacking capacity for at least six
vehicles. The stacking space capacity is adequate and will make it unlikely for traffic to
back-up and block any drive aisle or driveway within the commercial subdivision. The
parking provided meets the Title 19 minimum requirements within the commercial
subdivision.

The proposed development will not provide the required streetscapes along Fremont
Street and Eastern Avenue. Per the Interim Downtown Las Vegas Development
Standards (Appendix F) - Threshold Document the subject site qualifies as a partial
block frontage. Any streetscape not implemented due to existing conditions will require
a Covenant Running with Land to obtain property owner’s consent for future
improvements.

Department of Public Works has indicated the Average Daily Traffic (ADT), that this
project will add is approximately 2,464 trips per day on Eastern Avenue, Fremont Street,
and Charleston Boulevard. Currently, Eastern Avenue is at about 61 percent of
capacity, Fremont Street is at about 34 percent of capacity, and Charleston Boulevard is
at about 88 percent of capacity. With this proposed development, Eastern Avenue is
expected to be at about 66 percent of capacity, Fremont Street to be at about 41
percent of capacity, and Charleston Boulevard is expected to be at about 95 percent of
capacity. Based on the Peak Hour use, this development will add to the area 168
additional cars per hour or three every minute.

A Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale Establishment use is permitted in the C-2 (General


Commercial) zoning district with the approval of a Special Use Permit.

The Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale Establishment use is defined as “An establishment


whose license to sell alcoholic beverages is limited to the sale of beer, wine and coolers
to consumers only and not for resale, in original sealed or corked containers, for
consumption off the premise where the same are sold, and is operated in connection
with a grocery store, drug store, convenience store or specialty merchandise store.”
The proposed use meets the definition as is in connection with a convenience store.

The Minimum Special Use Permit Requirements for this use include:

*1. Except as otherwise provided, no beer/wine/cooler off-sale establishment


(hereinafter “establishment”) 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 land uses
within 400 feet of the subject property.

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*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.

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

*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.

Not applicable.

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.

Not applicable.

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5. The minimum distance requirements in Requirement 1 do not apply to:


a. An establishment 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; or
b. A proposed establishment having more than 50,000 square feet of retail
floor space.

Not applicable.

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

The proposed use will be subject to all business licensing requirements outlined
in LVMC Chapter 6.50 if approved.

7. The minimum distance requirements set forth in Requirement 1, which are


otherwise nonwaivable under the provisions of LVMC 19.12.050(C), may be
waived:

a. In accordance with the provisions of LVMC 19.12.050(C) for any


establishment which is proposed to be located on a parcel within the
Downtown Casino Overlay District;
b. In accordance with the applicable provisions of the “Town Center
Development Standards Manual” for any establishment which is proposed
to be located within the T-C (Town Center) Zoning District and which is
designated MS- TC (Main Street Mixed Use) in the Town Center Land Use
Plan;
c. In connection with a proposed establishment having between 20,000
square feet and 50,000 square feet of retail floor space, if no more than 10
percent of the retail floor space is regularly devoted to the display or
merchandising of alcoholic beverages; or
d. In connection with a retail establishment having less than 20,000 square
feet of retail floor space, if the area to be used for the sale, display or
merchandising of alcoholic beverages and each use to be protected are
separated by a highway or a right of way with a width of at least 100 feet.

This requirement is met as there are no protected land uses within 400 feet of the
subject property.

8. No beer/wine/cooler off-sale establishment shall be permitted on or adjacent to the


Pedestrian Mall, as defined in LVMC Chapter 11.68.

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This requirement does not apply, as the subject site is not located adjacent to an
existing Pedestrian Mall, as defined in LVMC Chapter 11.68.

The proposed development meets all Title 19 requirements and is appropriate for the
area, as it is located at the intersection of two major thoroughfares and is in close
proximity to similar commercial development and a vehicle oriented development. The
proposed Beer/Wine Cooler Off-Sale Establishment use is not located within proximity
of a protected land use and can be conducted in a manner that is harmonious and
compatible with existing surrounding land uses. Therefore, staff recommends approval
with conditions.

FINDINGS (SUP-74318)

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 use will locate in a new C-2 (General Commercial) development with other
compatible uses. In addition, there are no protected land uses within 400 feet of
the subject site.

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

The subject commercial development is physically suitable for a Beer/Wine/Cooler


Off-Sale Establishment use, as no additional parking is required.

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 is accessed from Fremont Street and Eastern Avenue, both are a
100-foot Primary Arterial as classified by the Master Plan of Streets and
Highways. These roadways are adequate in size to accommodate the proposed
Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale Establishment 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.

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The proposed use will be subject to business license review and periodic
inspection, thereby safeguarding the public health, safety and general welfare.

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

The proposed Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale Establishment use meets all applicable


conditions per Title 19.12. In addition, there are no protected land uses located
within 400 feet of the subject site.

FINDINGS (SDR-74318)

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 development is compatible with adjacent development and


development in the area, as this proposal is a vehicle oriented development and
there is a similar development adjacent to this property.

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

The proposed development is consistent with Title 19 and the Downtown Las
Vegas Overlay with approved of several waivers, which staff supports.

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


neighborhood traffic;

Site access is provided from Fremont Street and Eastern Avenue, 100-foot
Primary Arterials as designated in the Master Plan of Streets and Highways.
These streets are sufficient in size to accommodate the needs of the proposed
development.

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

The building and landscape materials are in accordance with the Downtown Las
Vegas Overlay District. The landscape materials are drought-tolerant and
compatible with other landscaping in this area.

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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 proposed building elevations are not unsightly in appearance and are
harmonious and compatible with the development in the area.

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

The proposed development will be subject to design review during the building
permit process, as well as regular inspections during the construction phase of the
project. Once in operation, the proposed land uses will be subject to regular
inspection by the Planning Department, Business Licensing Division. These
safeguards ensure the health, safety, and welfare of the general public before,
during, and after the proposed project is developed.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., and Code Enforcement, etc.
The City Council pulled a Required One Year Review (RQR-1346) of
04/02/03 an approved Special Use Permit (U-0133-01) for a proposed Supper
Club (on Fremont) at 2100 Fremont Street.
The City Council approved a request for a Special Use Permit (SUP-
5802) for a proposed Supper Club at 2100 Fremont Street. The
03/02/05
Planning Commission and Staff recommended approval of the
request.
The Planning Commission struck a request for a Required One-Year
Review (RQR-13440) of an approved Special Use Permit (SUP-5802)
06/22/06
which allowed a Supper Club at 2100 Fremont Street. Staff
recommended denial of the request.
The Planning Department denied a request for an Administrative Site
Development Plan Review (SDR-22045) to allow a proposed 10-foot
06/28/07
extension and co-location of antennas on an existing 60-foot Wireless
Communication Facility, Non-Stealth at 2110 Fremont Street.
The Planning Department approved a request for an Administrative
Site Development Plan Review (SDR-22771) to allow a proposed co-
07/26/07
location of antennas on an existing 60-foot Wireless Communication
Facility, Non-Stealth at 2110 Fremont Street.
The Planning Department approved a request for an Administrative
Site Development Plan Review (SDR-24969) to allow a proposed co-
11/08/07
location of antennas on an existing 73-foot tall Wireless
Communications Facility, Non-Stealth at 2110 Fremont Street.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., and Code Enforcement, etc.
The City Council approved a request for a General Plan Amendment
(GPA-37467) from MXU (Mixed Use) to C (Commercial) at 2100
Fremont Street. The Planning Commission and Staff recommended
denial of the request.
05/19/10 The City Council approved a request for a Site Development Plan
Review (SDR-37470) for a proposed 90,595 square-foot Shopping
Center with Waivers of the Downtown Centennial Plan setback
standards and Title 19 building placement standards at the southwest
and northwest corners of Fremont Street and Eastern Avenue
The Planning Department approved a request for an Administrative
Site Development Plan Review (SDR-40499) to install three (3) panel
02/08/11 antennas, one (1) COVP, and three (3) RF modules at the 42'-10"
centerline of an existing 70-foot tall Wireless Communication Facility,
Non-Stealth Design (Monopole) located at 2110 Fremont Street.
The Planning Department approved a request for an Administrative
Site Development Plan Review (SDR-41358) to remove three (3)
06/14/11 existing antennas and install six (6) new antennas at the 60-foot
centerline of an existing 70-foot tall Wireless Communication Facility,
Non-Stealth Design (Monopole) at 2100 Fremont Street.
The City Council approved a request for an Extension of Time (EOT-
10/19/11 43119) for a Non-Conforming Tavern at 2100 Fremont Street. Staff
recommended denial of the request.
The City Council approved a request for an Extension of Time (EOT-
45165) of a previously approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-
37470) for a proposed 90,595 square-foot Shopping Center with
06/06/12 Waivers of the Downtown Centennial Plan setback standards and Title
19 building placement standards at the southwest and northwest
corners of Fremont Street and Eastern Avenue. Staff recommended
approval of the request.
The Planning Department approved a request for an Administrative
Site Development Plan Review (SDR-47532) to remove six existing
antennas and install three new antennas and nine radio remote heads
11/29/12
at the 72-foot centerline of an existing 73-foot Wireless
Communication Facility, Non-Stealth Design (Monopole) at 2100
Fremont Street.
The City Council approved a request for an Extension of Time (EOT-
54177) of a previously approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-
37470) for a proposed 90,595 square-foot Shopping Center with
07/02/14 Waivers of the Downtown Centennial Plan setback standards and title
19 building placement standards at the southwest and northwest
corners of Fremont Street and Eastern Avenue. Staff recommended
approval of the request. This extension of time expired on 05/19/16.

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SUP-74317 and SDR-74318 [PRJ-74020]
Staff Report Page Ten
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., and Code Enforcement, etc.
The Planning Commission approved a request for a Tentative Map
(TMP-65447) for a one-lot commercial subdivision on 3.82 acres at the
08/09/16
southwest corner of Fremont Street and Eastern Avenue. Staff
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request for a Site Development Plan
Review (SDR-64855) for a proposed 2,065 square-foot Restaurant
08/17/16 with a Drive-Through with Waivers of the Downtown Centennial Plan
Setback and Parking Lot Screening Standards at 2100 Fremont Street.
The Planning Commission and staff recommended approval.
A Code Enforcement (#191431) was issued for window of the bus
07/30/18 company is 100 percent covered at 2222 Fremont Street. The case
was resolved on 08/30/18.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


10/31/05 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


1966 The existing building was constructed.
A business license (T07-00827) was issued for ticket sales for bus at
05/15/06
2222 Fremont Street. The license is currently active.

Pre-Application Meeting
A pre-application meeting was conducted with the applicant to review
the application materials and submittal requirements for a Special Use
08/20/18 Permit and Site Development Plan Review for a proposed
Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale Establishment use and Convenience Store
with Fuel Pumps and Car Wash, Full Serve.

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

Field Check
Staff conducted a routine site visit and found the subject site contains
08/30/18
a bus depot with a well-maintained commercial building.

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SUP-74317 and SDR-74318 [PRJ-74020]
Staff Report Page Eleven
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 1.03

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
Subject C-2 (General
Bus Depot C (Commercial)
Property Commercial)
Hotel, Motel, Hotel
C-2 (General
North Suites C (Commercial)
Commercial)
Undeveloped
C-2 (General
South Restaurant C (Commercial)
Commercial)
Convenience store
with gas canopy C-2 (General
East C (Commercial)
and Car Wash, Commercial)
Full Serve
Liquor
C-2 (General
West Establishment C (Commercial)
Commercial)
(Tavern)

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


No Applicable Master Plan Area N/A
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
DTLV-O (Downtown Las Vegas Overlay) District – Area 1 (Fremont East
District) N
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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SUP-74317 and SDR-74318 [PRJ-74020]
Staff Report Page Twelve
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to Interim Downtown Las Vegas Development Standards, the following


standards apply:
Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Setbacks
· Front 70% along the Property Line 0% N
· Corner 70% along the Property Line 0% N
· Side N/A Feet 6 Feet Y
Screened, Gated, w/ a Roof or
Trash Enclosure Not Shown By Condition
Trellis
Mech. Equipment Screened Screened Y

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Planned Streets and
Fremont Street Primary Arterial 66 Y
Highways Map
Planned Streets and
Eastern Avenue Primary Arterial 84 Y
Highways Map

Parking Requirement - Downtown


Gross Base Parking Requirement Provided Compliance
Floor Area Parking Parking
Use Parking
or Number Handi- Handi-
Ratio Regular Regular
of Units capped capped
General
Retail
Store,
Other Than 1/175
4,490 SF 26
Listed SF
(Convenien
ce Store)
Proposed

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SUP-74317 and SDR-74318 [PRJ-74020]
Staff Report Page Thirteen
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Parking Requirement - Downtown


Gross Base Parking Requirement Provided Compliance
Floor Area Parking Parking
Use Parking
or Number Handi- Handi-
Ratio Regular Regular
of Units capped capped
3,200 SF 1/50 SF
Liquor 64
seating
Establishm
area
ent
1/200
(Tavern) 16
3,140 SF
5
General Spaces
Retail +1
Store, Space
7,428 SF 43
Other Than For
Listed - Each
Existing 200 SF
of GFA
1/50 SF
of
2,065 SF seating
(618 indoor area
Restaurant seating & plus
21
- Existing 1,447 SF 1/200
gross SF of
remaining remainin
g floor
area
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 170 180 Y
Regular and Handicap Spaces Y
Required
164 6 172 8
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<10,000 SF 1 1 Y
Spaces

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SUP-74317

ОŐİֱՙㅡxธx
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
SUP-74317

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xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
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ΎḶЌ●ЌḚ̬ฌ ֱธֱḚDzЌDzŐAՁḶҜҜDzŐ●AՁฌ

ОՁAЌЌDzCՁAЌCⓈƆDz̬ฌ ḚֱḶҜҜDzŐ●AՁḚDzЌDzŐAՁฌ

Ɔ●╗DzAŐDzAƆ̬ЌDz╗ֱ ㅡㄦⓒ‫ں‬xՙӧ‫ں‬㈠xㅡAŐDzƆỏฌ

ƆDz╗ԱAƆ̬ŐDzỢⓈ●ŐDzCОŐḶЋ●CDzCฌ
СŐḶЌ╗ֱ ‫ں‬xƥֱxफ ㅡՙƥֱ″फฌ
Ɔ●CDzӧḶŐЌDzŐỏֱ ‫ں‬xƥֱxफ ̶̶ƥֱ″फฌ
Ɔ●CDzӧ●Ќ╗DzŐ●ḶŐỏֱ ‫ں‬xƥֱxफ ″ƥֱxफฌ
ŐDzAŐֱ ธxƥֱxफ ธ̶ƥֱㄦफฌ

ՁḶ╗ḶЋDzŐAḚDz ОŐḶЋ●CDzCฌ
 ‫ں‬ธ੧ฌ

ƆОDz●AՁⓈƆDzОDzŐҜ●╗Ɔ̬ฌ ḶЌЋDzЌ●DzЌDzСḶḶCƆ╗ḶŐDzฌ
Û゜ḚAƆОⓈҜОƆฌ
ЋDzĠ●ՁDzÛAƆĠӧADzƆƆḶŐỏฌ

ԱⓈ●ՁC●ЌḚAŐDzAƆ̬ ḶЌЋDzЌ●DzЌDzƆ╗ḶŐDzֱ ㅡⓒㅡɱxƆСฌ


СⓈDzՁƆ╗A╗●ḶЌAЌḶОֱ ㅡⓒ‫ں‬ㅡxƆСฌ
AŐÛAƆĠֱ ‫ں‬ⓒ‫ں‬ㅡxƆСฌ
╗Ḷ╗AՁ̬ ɱⓒՙՙxƆСฌ

DzṲ●Ɔ╗㈠ԱՁCḚ㈠AŐDzAƆ̬ ОACAӧ╗AЋDzŐЌỏ ″ⓒ̶ㅡxƆСฌ


ОACԱӧŐDz╗A●Ձỏ ՙⓒ̶ฎxƆСฌ
ОACӧŐDzƆ╗AⓈŐAЌ╗ỏ ธⓒx″ㄦƆСฌ

ԱⓈ●ՁC●ЌḚĠDz●ḚĠ╗Ɔ̬ ḶЌЋDzЌ●DzЌDzƆ╗ḶŐDzֱ ̶xƥֱxफҜAṲ㈠ฌ


‫ں‬ɱƥֱxफ╗О㈠ฌ
СⓈDzՁƆ╗A╗●ḶЌAЌḶОֱ ‫ں‬ɱƥֱ″फฌ
AŐÛAƆĠֱ ธธƥֱxफฌ

ОAŐ●ЌḚŐDzỢⓈ●ŐDzҜDzЌ╗Ɔ̬ ŐDzỢⓈ●ŐDzCฌ
ḶЌЋDzЌ●DzЌDzƆ╗ḶŐDzֱ‫ں̬ں‬ՙㄦƆС ธ″ฌ
DzṲ●Ɔ╗㈠ŐDzỢƥƆ̬ ОACAӧ╗AЋDzŐЌỏֱ‫̬ں‬ㄦxƆС゜‫̬ں‬ธxxƆС ″ㅡ゜‫ں‬″एฎxฌ
ОACԱӧŐDz╗A●Ձỏֱ‫̬ں‬ธㄦxƆС ̶xฌ
फธ‫ں‬xxฌ ОACӧŐDzƆ╗㈠ỏֱ‫̬ں‬ㄦxƆС゜‫̬ں‬ธxxƆС ՙ゜‫ں‬ㅡएธ‫ں‬ฌ
ՁⓈԱफฌ
ธ‫ں‬xxฌ ╗Ḷ╗AՁŐDzỢⓈ●ŐDzC̬ ‫ں‬ㄦՙฌ
СŐDzҜḶЌ╗ฌ
Ɔ╗㈠ฌ

DzṲ●Ɔ╗●ЌḚОŐḶЋ●CDzC̬ ӧОDzŐƆCŐ″″ฎxฎỏ ‫ں‬ㄦxฌ


ЌDzÛОŐḶЋ●CDzC̬ ̶xฌ
╗Ḷ╗AՁОŐḶЋ●CDzC̬ ‫ں‬ฎxฌ

ADzƆƆ●ԱՁDzОAŐ●ЌḚŐDzỢⓈ●ŐDzҜDzЌ╗Ɔ̬ ŐDzỢⓈ●ŐDzCฌ
ḶЌЋDzЌ●DzЌDzƆ╗ḶŐDzֱ ธฌ

ADzƆƆ●ԱՁDzОAŐ●ЌḚОŐḶЋ●CDzC ธฌ

AŐՁƥƆฌ AОЌฌ
İŐ㈠ฌ ‫̶ں‬ɱ̶ֱㄦֱฎx̶ֱxธՙฌ
ธx̶ㄦฌ ЌḶ╗ฌ
Dz㈠ฌ Aฌ
ĠAŐՁDzƆ╗ḶЌฌ ОAŐ╗ฌ

ОŐḶİDz╗ฌ ОŐḶİDz╗ฌ
‫ں‬फए″xƥֱxफ Ա ЌḶŐ╗Ġฌ ƆAՁDz̬ ‫ں‬फए̶xƥֱxफ AฌЌḶŐ╗Ġฌ
x ‫ں‬ㄦ ̶x ″x ɱxฌ

ḶÛЌDzŐ̬ฌ
ḶÛЌDzŐ̬ ОŐḶİDz╗ ̬ฌ
ԱAŐ╗ƆAƆҜAŐธธՁՁฌ
ԱAŐ╗ƆAƆ ҜAŐธธ ՁՁ ‫ں‬ՙֱxฎธฌ

ACCŐDzƆƆ̬ฌ
ACCŐDzƆƆ̬ CA╗Dz̬ฌ
ธธ‫ں‬″СŐDzҜḶЌ╗Ɔ╗ฌ
ธ ธ ‫ ں‬″ СŐDzҜḶЌ╗ Ɔ╗ ธ̶AⓈḚ‫ں‬ฎฌ
╗DzŐŐ●ԱՁDzĠDzŐԱƆ╗ฌ ՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฎɱ‫ں‬x‫ں‬ฌ
ՁAƆ ЋDzḚAƆⓒ ЌЋฎɱ‫ں‬x‫ں‬
ОŐİֱՙㅡxธx AОЌ̬ฌ
İⓈŐ●ƆC●╗●ḶЌ̬
İⓈŐ●ƆC●╗●ḶЌ̬ฌ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ ‫̶ں‬ɱ̶ֱㄦֱฎ‫ں‬ՙֱxx″ฌ
ՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฌ
ՁAƆ ЋDzḚAƆⓒ ЌЋ
СŐDzҜḶЌ╗゜DzAƆ╗DzŐЌฌ

SUP-74317 and SDR-74318


╗ŐDzDzƆ̬ฌ

ОŐḶƆḶО●ƆЋDzՁⓈЌ╗●ЌA゜ЋDzՁЋDz╗ҜDzƆỢⓈ●╗Dz ธㅡफԱḶṲ ‫ںں‬ฌ

ОĠḶDzЌ●ṲAЌAŐ●DzЌƆ●Ɔ゜AЌAŐCA╗DzОAՁҜ ธㅡफԱḶṲ ″ฌ

ⓈОŐDzƆƆⓈƆƆDzҜОDzŐЋ●ŐDzЌƆ゜ ธㅡफԱḶṲฌ ฎฌ
●╗AՁ●AЌОŐDzƆƆฌ

ƆĠŐⓈԱƆ̬ฌ

ՁDzⓈḶОĠՁՁⓈҜОŐⓈ●ЌḶƆⓈҜ゜ ㄦḚAՁ㈠ㄦ″ฌ
╗DzṲAƆŐAЌḚDzŐƥƆ●DzŐŐAԱḶⓈỢⓈDz╗ƥฌ

CḶЌCḶЌADzAЋ●ƆḶƆA゜ОⓈŐОՁDzĠḶОƆDzDzC ㄦḚAՁ㈠ㅡฎฌ
ӧОՁAЌ╗DzC●ЌḚŐḶⓈО●ЌḚƆAƆAĠDzCḚDzƆŐDzDzЌỏฌ

ՁAЌ╗AЌAƥЌDzÛḚḶՁCƥ゜ƥЌDzÛḚḶՁCƥՁAЌ╗AЌA ‫ں‬ḚAՁ㈠ ɱㅡฌ

ŐḶҜⓈՁĠ̬ฌ
ḚḶՁCC㈠Ḛ㈠A╗ธफCDzО╗Ġ●ЌAՁՁОՁAЌ╗●ЌḚ ̶゜ㅡफฌ
AŐDzAƆⓈЌՁDzƆƆЌḶ╗DzCḶЌОՁAЌ ƆŐDzDzЌDzCฌ

AՁՁ╗ŐDzDzƆ゜ƆĠŐⓈԱƆ╗ḶԱDzОՁAЌ╗DzC●ЌAḶŐCAЌDzÛ●╗Ġ╗ĠDz●╗ฌ
ḶСՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓈЌ●С●DzCCDzЋDzՁḶОҜDzЌ╗ḶCDz╗●╗ՁDz‫ں‬ɱ㈠ՁAЌCƆAОDzฌ
CDzƆ●ḚЌ●ƆḶЌDzО╗ⓈAՁִСḶŐՁAЌCֱⓈƆDzОⓈŐОḶƆDzƆḶЌՁฌ
ƆĠḶÛ●ЌḚ●Ќ╗DzЌ╗╗ḶҜDzDz╗CDzЋDzՁḶОҜDzЌ╗ḶCDzҜ●Ќ●ҜⓈҜƆ㈠ฌ

ОŐḶİDz╗ฌ
ƆAՁDz̬ ‫ں‬फए̶xƥֱxफ AฌЌḶŐ╗Ġฌ
x ‫ں‬ㄦ ̶x ″x ɱxฌ

ḶÛЌDzŐ̬ฌ
ḶÛЌDzŐ̬ ОŐḶİDz╗ ̬ฌ
ԱAŐ╗ƆAƆҜAŐธธՁՁฌ
ԱAŐ╗ƆAƆ ҜAŐธธ ՁՁ ‫ں‬ՙֱxฎธฌ

ACCŐDzƆƆ̬ฌ
ACCŐDzƆƆ̬ CA╗Dz̬ฌ
ธธ‫ں‬″СŐDzҜḶЌ╗Ɔ╗ฌ
ธ ธ ‫ ں‬″ СŐDzҜḶЌ╗ Ɔ╗ ธ̶AⓈḚ‫ں‬ฎฌ
╗DzŐŐ●ԱՁDzĠDzŐԱƆ╗ฌ ՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฎɱ‫ں‬x‫ں‬ฌ
ՁAƆ ЋDzḚAƆⓒ ЌЋฎɱ‫ں‬x‫ں‬
ОŐİֱՙㅡxธx AОЌ̬ฌ
СŐDzҜḶЌ╗゜DzAƆ╗DzŐЌฌ İⓈŐ●ƆC●╗●ḶЌ̬
İⓈŐ●ƆC●╗●ḶЌ̬ฌ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ ‫̶ں‬ɱ̶ֱㄦֱฎ‫ں‬ՙֱxx″ฌ
ՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฌ
ՁAƆ ЋDzḚAƆⓒ ЌЋ

SUP-74317 and SDR-74318


ƆAՁDz̬ ‫゜ں‬ฎफए‫ں‬ƥֱxफฌ ″ ƆAՁDz̬ ‫゜ں‬ฎफए‫ں‬ƥֱxफ ㄦฌ

ƆAՁDz̬ ‫゜ں‬ฎफए‫ں‬ƥֱxफ ㅡฌ

ƆAՁDz̬ ‫゜ں‬ฎफए‫ں‬ƥֱxफฌ ̶ ƆAՁDz̬ ‫゜ں‬ฎफए‫ں‬ƥֱxफ ธฌ

ƆAՁDz̬ ‫゜ں‬ฎफए‫ں‬ƥֱxफ ‫ں‬ฌ


ḶÛЌDzŐ̬ฌ
ḶÛЌDzŐ̬ ОŐḶİDz╗ ̬ฌ
ԱAŐ╗ƆAƆҜAŐธธՁՁฌ
ԱAŐ╗ƆAƆ ҜAŐธธ ՁՁ ‫ں‬ՙֱxฎธฌ

ACCŐDzƆƆ̬ฌ
ACCŐDzƆƆ̬ CA╗Dz̬ฌ
ธธ‫ں‬″СŐDzҜḶЌ╗Ɔ╗ฌ
ธ ธ ‫ ں‬″ СŐDzҜḶЌ╗ Ɔ╗ ธ̶AⓈḚ‫ں‬ฎฌ
╗DzŐŐ●ԱՁDzĠDzŐԱƆ╗ฌ ՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฎɱ‫ں‬x‫ں‬ฌ
ՁAƆ ЋDzḚAƆⓒ ЌЋฎɱ‫ں‬x‫ں‬
ОŐİֱՙㅡxธx AОЌ̬ฌ
СŐDzҜḶЌ╗゜DzAƆ╗DzŐЌฌ İⓈŐ●ƆC●╗●ḶЌ̬
İⓈŐ●ƆC●╗●ḶЌ̬ฌ
xɱ゜ธㄦ゜‫ں‬ฎ ‫̶ں‬ɱ̶ֱㄦֱฎ‫ں‬ՙֱxx″ฌ
ՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฌ
ՁAƆ ЋDzḚAƆⓒ ЌЋ

SUP-74317 and SDR-74318 - REVISED


ОŐİֱՙㅡxธx
xɱ゜ธㄦ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74317 and SDR-74318 - REVISED


̶゜‫ں‬″फए‫ں‬ƥֱxफฌ Aฌ

ḶÛЌDzŐ̬ฌ
ḶÛЌDzŐ̬ ОŐḶİDz╗ ̬ฌ
ԱAŐ╗ƆAƆҜAŐธธՁՁฌ
ԱAŐ╗ƆAƆ ҜAŐธธ ՁՁ ‫ں‬ՙֱxฎธฌ

ACCŐDzƆƆ̬ฌ
ACCŐDzƆƆ̬ CA╗Dz̬ฌ
ธธ‫ں‬″СŐDzҜḶЌ╗Ɔ╗ฌ
ธ ธ ‫ ں‬″ СŐDzҜḶЌ╗ Ɔ╗ ธ̶AⓈḚ‫ں‬ฎฌ
╗DzŐŐ●ԱՁDzĠDzŐԱƆ╗ฌ ՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฎɱ‫ں‬x‫ں‬ฌ
ՁAƆ ЋDzḚAƆⓒ ЌЋฎɱ‫ں‬x‫ں‬
ОŐİֱՙㅡxธx AОЌ̬ฌ
СŐDzҜḶЌ╗゜DzAƆ╗DzŐЌฌ İⓈŐ●ƆC●╗●ḶЌ̬
İⓈŐ●ƆC●╗●ḶЌ̬ฌ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ ‫̶ں‬ɱ̶ֱㄦֱฎ‫ں‬ՙֱxx″ฌ
ՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฌ
ՁAƆ ЋDzḚAƆⓒ ЌЋ

SUP-74317 and SDR-74318


SUP-74317 [PRJ-74020] - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO SDR-74318 - APPLICANT: TERRIBLE HERBST,
INC. - OWNER: MARY BARTSAS 22, LLC
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF FREMONT STREET AND EASTERN AVENUE
08/30/18
SUP-74317 [PRJ-74020] - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO SDR-74318 - APPLICANT: TERRIBLE HERBST,
INC. - OWNER: MARY BARTSAS 22, LLC
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF FREMONT STREET AND EASTERN AVENUE
08/30/18
SUP-74317 [PRJ-74020] - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO SDR-74318 - APPLICANT: TERRIBLE HERBST,
INC. - OWNER: MARY BARTSAS 22, LLC
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF FREMONT STREET AND EASTERN AVENUE
08/30/18
SUP-74317 [PRJ-74020] - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO SDR-74318 - APPLICANT: TERRIBLE HERBST,
INC. - OWNER: MARY BARTSAS 22, LLC
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF FREMONT STREET AND EASTERN AVENUE
08/30/18
SUP-74317 [PRJ-74020] - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO SDR-74318 - APPLICANT: TERRIBLE HERBST,
INC. - OWNER: MARY BARTSAS 22, LLC
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF FREMONT STREET AND EASTERN AVENUE
08/30/18
ธ̶A‫ف‬‫ש‬ธx‫ں‬ฎฌ

ħ‫ੂש‬ਙ⑾ՁŴЋ֭‫ف‬ŴⓒC֭ऑ‫ש‬㈠ਙ⑾ОкŴ่่ħ่‫ف‬ฌ
̶̶̶Ќ㈠ŐŴ่㌱γਙCผ㈠ฌ
ՁŴЋ֭‫ف‬ŴⓒЌЋฎɱ‫ں‬x″ฌ

ŐDz̬╗֭ผผħ⇡к֭Ġ֭ผ⇡‫ש‬Сผ֭こਙ่‫ש‬ִDzŴ‫֭ש‬ผ่ॅֱƆ‫ש‬ਙผ֭ⓒС֭кƆ‫ש‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่ִЋ֭γħ㌱к֭ÛŴγ
AОЌ̬‫̶ں‬ɱ̶ֱㄦֱฎ‫ں‬ՙֱxx″ฌ
ŐÛAİਙ⇡㈠Ќਙ㈠‫ں‬ՙֱxฎธฌ

╗ਙÛγਙこ●‫ש‬ҜŴੂਙ่㌱֭ผ่̬ฌ

Ḷ่⇡֭γŴк⑾ਙ⑾ਙผ㌱кħ่֭‫ש‬ⓒ╗֭ผผħ⇡к֭Ġ֭ผ⇡‫ש‬ⓒ●่㌱㈠ħ่Ŵਙ㌱ħŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่ʉħ‫ש‬γҜŴผੂԱŴผ‫ש‬ŴธธⓒՁՁⓒʉ֭Ŵผ֭⇡こħ‫שש‬ħ่‫ف‬
‫ש‬γħ Ŵऑऑкħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่ ⑾ਙผ Ⓢ֭ О֭ผこħ‫ש‬ Ŵ่₡ Ɔħ‫֭ש‬ C֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬ Ő֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭ʉ ⑾ਙผ Ŵ ऑผਙऑਙ֭₡ ㌱ਙ่‫่֭ﭨ‬ħ่֭㌱֭ ‫ש‬ਙผ֭ⓒฌ
‫ف‬Ŵਙкħ่֭ ‫ש‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่ ㌱Ŵ่ਙऑੂ ʉħ‫ש‬γ Ŵ㌱㌱֭ਙผੂ ‫֭ﭨ‬γħ㌱к֭ ʉŴγⓒ ⇡֭֭ผ Ŵк֭ⓒ ʉħ่֭ Ŵк֭ Ŵ่₡ ‫ف‬Ŵこħ่‫ف‬㈠ ╗γ֭ ऑŴผ㌱֭к ħ
кਙ㌱Ŵ‫֭ש‬₡ Ŵ‫ש‬ ‫ש‬γ֭ ਙ‫ש‬γʉ֭‫ש‬ ㌱ਙผ่֭ผ ਙ⑾ Сผ֭こਙ่‫ש‬ Ɔ‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫ש‬ Ŵ่₡ DzŴ‫֭ש‬ผ่ A‫่֭ﭨ‬֭ Ŵ่₡ ħ ㌱ผผ่֭‫ש‬кੂ ▷ਙ่֭₡ Ḛ่֭֭ผŴк
ਙここ֭ผ㌱ħŴкӧֱธỏʉħ‫ש‬γŴкŴ่₡ֱ֭₡֭ħ‫่ف‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่ਙ⑾Ḛ่֭֭ผŴк╗ਙผħ‫ש‬ਙここ֭ผ㌱ħŴкʉħ‫ש‬γħ่Aผ֭Ŵ‫ں‬ਙ⑾‫ש‬γ֭C╗ՁЋ
Ḷ‫֭ﭨ‬ผкŴੂCħ‫ש‬ผħ㌱‫ש‬㈠╗γ֭㌱ਙ่‫่֭ﭨ‬ħ่֭㌱֭‫ש‬ਙผ֭Ŵ่₡‫ف‬Ŵਙкħ่֭‫ש‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่Ŵผ֭ऑ֭ผこħ‫֭שש‬₡֭ʉγħк֭‫ש‬γ֭⑾ккֱ֭ผ‫ﭨ‬ħ㌱֭㌱Ŵผ
ʉŴγ֭ħŴ㌱ਙ่₡ħ‫ש‬ħਙ่Ŵк֭㈠ฌ

Aкਙ่‫ف‬ʉħ‫ש‬γ‫ש‬γ֭Ɔħ‫֭ש‬C֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬Ő֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭ʉⓒʉ֭Ŵผ֭ผ֭‫׀‬֭‫ש‬ħ่‫ف‬ʉŴħ‫֭ﭨ‬ผ⑾ਙผ‫ש‬γ֭⑾ਙккਙʉħ่‫̬ف‬ฌ
‫ں‬㈠ Աħк₡ħ่‫ف‬ਙผħ่֭‫ש‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่゜֭‫⇡ש‬Ŵ㌱T่ਙ‫ש‬Ŵкħ‫่֭ف‬₡ਙ่⑾ผਙ่‫ש‬Ŵ่₡゜ਙผ㌱ਙผ่֭ผħ₡֭ऑผਙऑ֭ผ‫ੂש‬кħ่֭㈠
ธ㈠ ŴผʉŴγ⇡Ŵੂ₡ਙਙผ⑾Ŵ㌱ħ่‫ف‬ผħ‫ف‬γ‫ֱש‬ਙ⑾ֱʉŴੂʉħ‫ש‬γਙ‫ש‬㌱ผ่֭֭ħ่‫ف‬㈠ฌ
̶㈠ Ⓢ่㌱ผ่֭֭֭₡‫ש‬ħкħ‫ੂש‬֭ผ‫ﭨ‬ħ㌱֭֭‫׀‬ħऑこ่֭‫ש‬㈠ฌ

Ûħ‫ש‬γผ֭‫ف‬Ŵผ₡‫ש‬ਙÛŴħ‫֭ﭨ‬ผ ‫ں‬ⓒʉ֭Ŵผ֭ผ֭‫׀‬֭‫ש‬ħ่‫ف‬‫ש‬ਙʉŴħ‫֭ﭨ‬‫ש‬γ֭ผ֭‫׀‬ħผ֭こ่֭‫ש‬‫ש‬γŴ‫ש‬‫ש‬γ֭⇡ħк₡ħ่‫ف‬⇡֭кਙ㌱Ŵ‫֭ש‬₡Ŵ‫ש‬‫ש‬γ֭ฌ
ऑผਙऑ֭ผ‫ੂש‬кħ่֭ਙ⑾‫ש‬γ֭⑾ผਙ่‫ש‬Ŵ่₡ħ₡֭㌱ਙผ่֭ผ⑾ผਙ่‫ש‬Ŵ‫֭ف‬㈠╗γ֭ऑผਙऑਙ֭₡ħ‫֭ש‬₡֭ħ‫่ف‬ħŴผ֭к‫ש‬ਙ⑾‫ש‬γ֭่ħ‫׀‬֭ฌ
㌱ਙ่⑾ħ‫ف‬ผŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่ਙ⑾‫ש‬γ֭ħ‫֭ש‬Ŵкਙ่‫ف‬ʉħ‫ש‬γ‫ש‬γ֭⑾Ŵ㌱‫ש‬‫ש‬γŴ‫ש‬‫ف‬Ŵ‫ש‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่Ŵผ֭‫֭ﭨ‬γħ㌱кֱ֭ਙผħ่֭‫֭ש‬₡֭㈠╗γ֭ħ่‫֭ש‬ผ֭㌱‫ש‬ħਙ่ฌ
ਙ⑾Сผ֭こਙ่‫ש‬Ɔ‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫ש‬ⓒDzŴ‫֭ש‬ผ่A‫่֭ﭨ‬֭Ŵ่₡γŴผк֭‫ש‬ਙ่Աਙк֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵผ₡Ŵผ֭ऑผħこŴผħкੂ‫֭ﭨ‬γħ㌱кֱ֭ਙผħ่֭‫֭ש‬₡㌱ਙผผħ₡ਙผŴ
ʉ֭кк㈠╗γ֭ऑผਙऑਙ֭₡ħ‫֭ש‬₡֭ħ‫่ف‬ħ⇡ਙ‫ש‬γ㌱ਙこऑŴ‫ש‬ħ⇡к֭Ŵ่₡ŴऑऑผਙऑผħŴ‫֭ש‬Ŵ่₡ʉħккγŴ‫֭ﭨ‬こħ่ħこŴк่֭‫ف‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħ‫֭ﭨ‬ħこऑŴ㌱‫ש‬ฌ
‫ש‬ਙ‫ש‬γ֭₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬ਙ⑾‫ש‬γ֭ผผਙ่₡ħ่‫ف‬Ŵผ֭Ŵ㈠ฌ

ÛŴħ‫֭ﭨ‬ผ  ธ ผ֭‫׀‬֭‫ש‬ ‫ש‬ਙ ʉŴħ‫֭ﭨ‬ ‫ש‬γ֭ ผ֭‫׀‬ħผ֭こ่֭‫ש‬ ‫ש‬γŴ‫ש‬ ֭ผ‫ﭨ‬ħ㌱֭ ⇡Ŵੂ゜₡ਙਙผ ่ਙ‫ש‬ ⑾Ŵ㌱֭ ‫ש‬γ֭ ऑ⇡кħ㌱ ผħ‫ف‬γ‫ֱש‬ਙ⑾ֱʉŴੂฌ
ʉħ‫ש‬γਙ‫ש‬ ㌱ผ่֭֭ħ่‫ف‬㈠  A‫ف‬Ŵħ่ⓒ ₡֭ ‫ש‬ਙ ‫ש‬γ֭ ㌱ਙ่‫ש‬ผŴħ่‫ש‬ ਙ⑾ ‫ש‬γ֭ ่ħ‫׀‬֭кੂ γŴऑ֭₡ ħ‫֭ש‬ Ŵ่₡ кħこħ‫֭ש‬₡ ⑾ผਙ่‫ש‬Ŵ‫֭ف‬ Ŵкਙ่‫ف‬
DzŴ‫֭ש‬ผ่ A‫่֭ﭨ‬֭ⓒ ㌱ผ่֭֭ħ่‫ف‬ ਙ⑾ ‫ש‬γ֭ ֭ผ‫ﭨ‬ħ㌱֭ ⇡Ŵੂ ħ ่ਙ‫ש‬ ऑਙħ⇡к֭ ʉγħк֭ こŴħ่‫ש‬Ŵħ่ħ่‫ف‬ ‫֭ﭨ‬γħ㌱кŴผ Ŵ㌱㌱֭ ‫ש‬ਙฌ
DzŴ‫֭ש‬ผ่A‫่֭ﭨ‬֭㈠ฌ

ÛŴħ‫֭ﭨ‬ผ  ̶ ผ֭‫׀‬֭‫ש‬ ‫ש‬ਙ ʉŴħ‫֭ﭨ‬ ㌱ผ่֭֭ħ่‫ف‬ ผ֭‫׀‬ħผ֭こ่֭‫ש‬ Ŵ‫ש‬ ‫ש‬ħкħ‫ੂש‬ ֭ผ‫ﭨ‬ħ㌱֭ ֭‫׀‬ħऑこ่֭‫ש‬㈠  Û֭ Ŵ่‫ש‬ħ㌱ħऑŴ‫֭ש‬ ‫ש‬γŴ‫ש‬ฌ
⑾‫ש‬ผ֭ ʉŴ‫֭ש‬ผ ֭ผ‫ﭨ‬ħ㌱֭ ֭‫׀‬ħऑこ่֭‫ש‬ ʉħкк ⇡֭ кਙ㌱Ŵ‫֭ש‬₡ Ŵкਙ่‫ف‬ ‫ש‬γ֭ Сผ֭こਙ่‫ש‬ Ɔ‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫ש‬ ⑾ผਙ่‫ש‬Ŵ‫֭ف‬ⓒ ʉγ֭ผ֭ ֭ゥħ‫ש‬ħ่‫ف‬ ʉŴ‫֭ש‬ผฌ
こ֭‫֭ש‬ผŴผ֭кਙ㌱Ŵ‫֭ש‬₡㈠A㌱㌱֭‫ש‬Ŵ่₡Ŵผ₡⑾ਙผ‫ש‬γħʉŴ‫֭ש‬ผ֭ผ‫ﭨ‬ħ㌱֭֭‫׀‬ħऑこ่֭‫ש‬ऑผ֭‫ש่֭ﭨ‬㌱ผ่֭֭ħ่‫ف‬⑾ผਙこ‫ש‬γ֭ऑ⇡кħ㌱ฌ
ผħ‫ف‬γ‫ֱש‬ਙ⑾ֱʉŴੂŴ‫ש‬γ֭֭‫׀‬ħऑこ่֭‫ש‬こ‫ש‬⇡֭Ŵ⇡к֭‫ש‬ਙ⇡֭Ŵ㌱㌱֭₡ħผ֭㌱‫ש‬кੂ⑾ผਙこ‫ש‬γ֭‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫ש‬㈠ฌ

่ਙʉħ่‫ف‬ ‫ש‬γ֭ ऑผਙऑਙ֭₡ ħ‫֭ש‬ ħ ऑผਙこħ่่֭‫ש‬ ħ่ ‫ש‬γ֭ C╗ՁЋ Ŵ่₡ Сผ֭こਙ่‫ש‬ DzŴ‫ש‬ ऑкŴ่่ħ่‫ف‬ Ŵผ֭Ŵⓒ ‫ש‬γ֭ ₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑ֭ผฌ
Ŵผ֭ऑผਙऑਙħ่‫ف‬Ŵ⇡ħк₡ħ่‫ف‬‫ש‬γŴ‫ש‬ħਙ⑾่֭γŴ่㌱֭₡Ŵผ㌱γħ‫֭ש‬㌱‫ש‬ผŴк₡֭ħ‫่ف‬ⓒ⇡ਙผผਙʉħ่‫ف‬₡֭ħ‫่ف‬‫׀‬֭֭⑾ผਙこ‫ש‬γ֭こħ₡ֱ
㌱่֭‫ש‬ผੂγħ‫ש‬ਙผħ㌱㌱ਙ่‫֭ש‬ゥ‫ש‬ਙ⑾‫ש‬γ֭ผผਙ่₡ħ่‫ف‬Ŵผ֭ŴŴ่֭֭ħ่こŴ่ੂγਙ‫֭ש‬к゜こਙ‫֭ש‬к⑾ผਙ่‫ש‬Ŵ‫֭ف‬Ŵ่₡ħ‫่ف‬Ŵ‫֭ف‬㈠╗γ֭ฌ
₡֭ħ‫่ف‬ ⑾ਙผ ‫ש‬γ֭ ऑผਙऑਙ֭₡ ⇡ħк₡ħ่‫ف‬ ‫ש‬ħкħ▷֭ Ŵ こħゥ ਙ⑾ Ŵผ㌱γħ‫֭ש‬㌱‫ש‬ผŴккੂ Ŵ֭‫ש‬γ֭‫ש‬ħ㌱ こŴ‫֭ש‬ผħŴкⓒ ħ่㌱к₡ħ่‫ف‬ ‫ש‬㌱㌱ਙⓒฌ
ऑŴ‫֭שש‬ผ่֭₡ ㌱ਙ่㌱ผ֭‫֭ש‬ こŴਙ่ผੂⓒ ‫֭֭ש‬к Ŵʉ่ħ่‫ف‬ⓒ Ŵ่₡ ʉਙк₡ ⇡֭ ਙ⑾ ʉŴผこ ֭Ŵผ‫ש‬γֱ‫ש‬ਙ่֭₡ ֭₡ ㌱ਙкਙผ㈠
㌱ਙкਙผ㈠  ╗γ֭
╗γ֭ ऑผਙऑਙ
ऑผਙऑਙ֭₡
 Ŵผ֭ Ŵ‫ ש‬Ŵ γ֭ħ‫ف‬γ‫ ש‬ਙ⑾ ธx
⇡ħк₡ħ่‫ف‬Ŵผ֭ธㅡɸֱՙ㈚‫ש‬ਙ‫ש‬γ֭γħ‫ف‬γ֭‫ש‬ผਙਙ⑾֭к֭こ่֭‫ש‬ⓒʉγħк֭‫ש‬γ֭こŴ㈾ਙผħ‫ੂש‬ਙ⑾‫ש‬γ֭⇡ħк₡ħ่‫ف‬Ŵผ֭Ŵ‫ש‬Ŵγ֭ħ‫ف‬γ‫ש‬ਙ⑾ธxɸֱx㈚
ਙผк֭㈠

ㅡ ̶ x x  Dz ㈠  Ɔ  ่  ֭ ‫ ש‬ Ő ₡ ㈠ ⓒ  Ɔ  ħ‫ ֭ש‬ Dz ̶ ⓒ  Ġ ֭ ่ ₡ ֭ ผ  ਙ ่ ⓒ  Ќ Ћ  ฎ ɱ x ‫ ں‬ㅡ    О γ ਙ ่ ֭  ՙ x ธ ㈠ ՙ ̶ ″ ㈠ ฎ ฎ ธ ธ    С Ŵ ゥ  ՙ x ธ ㈠ ՙ ̶ ″ ㈠ ฎ ฎ ㄦ ㄦ

Ɔ ‫ ่ ֭ ﭨ ֭ש‬ A ㈠  Ő ħ㌱ γ Ŵ ผ₡  ਙ ่  A ●A ОŐİֱՙㅡxธx
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
Ҝ ħ㌱ γ Ŵ ֭ к  Dz ㈠  Û ֭ ‫ ֭ ▷ש‬к  A ●A

SUP-74317 and SDR-74318


ħ‫ੂש‬ਙ⑾ՁŴЋ֭‫ف‬ŴⓒC֭ऑ‫ש‬㈠ਙ⑾ОкŴ่่ħ่‫ف‬ฌ
ธ̶A‫ف‬‫ש‬ธx‫ں‬ฎฌ
ОŴ‫֭ف‬ธฌ

╗γ֭ ऑŴผ㌱֭к ħ Ŵ ऑਙผ‫ש‬ħਙ่ ਙ⑾ Ŵ่ ֭ゥħ‫ש‬ħ่‫ف‬ ਙここ֭ผ㌱ħŴк Ɔ⇡₡ħ‫ﭨ‬ħħਙ่ ʉħ‫ש‬γ ‫ש‬γ֭ ‫ש‬γผ֭֭ ӧ̶ỏ Ŵ₡㈾Ŵ㌱่֭‫ש‬ ऑŴผ㌱֭к ‫ש‬ਙ ‫ש‬γ֭ฌ
ਙ‫ש‬γŴ่₡ ਙ‫ש‬γʉ֭‫ש‬Ŵʉ֭ккŴγŴผ֭₡ऑŴผTħ่‫ف‬Ŵ่₡Ŵ㌱㌱֭Ŵ㌱ผਙŴккऑŴผ㌱֭кʉħ‫ש‬γħ่‫ש‬γ֭⇡₡ħ‫ﭨ‬ħħਙ่㈠╗γ֭
ऑผ֭‫ﭨ‬ħਙкੂŴऑऑผਙ‫֭ﭨ‬₡゜㌱ਙ่‫ש‬ผ㌱‫֭ש‬₡֭ʉħ‫ש‬γħ่‫ש‬γ֭⇡₡ħ‫ﭨ‬ħħਙ่ผ֭‫׀‬ħผ֭‫ں̶ں‬ऑŴผTħ่‫ف‬ऑŴ㌱֭Ŵ่₡ऑผਙ‫ﭨ‬ħ₡֭‫ں‬ㄦx
ऑŴผTħ่‫ف‬ ऑŴ㌱֭ⓒ ऑ֭ผ ƆCŐֱ″″ฎxฎ㈠ ╗γ֭ ऑผਙऑਙ֭₡ Ŵ₡₡ħ‫ש‬ħਙ่ ਙ⑾ ‫ש‬γ֭ ㌱ਙ่‫่֭ﭨ‬ħ่֭㌱֭ ‫ש‬ਙผ֭ⓒ ‫ف‬Ŵ ‫ש‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่ Ŵ่₡ ㌱Ŵผ
ʉŴγ Ŵ₡₡ Ŵ ผ֭‫׀‬ħผ֭こ่֭‫ש‬ ਙ⑾ ธ″ ऑŴผTħ่‫ف‬ ऑŴ㌱֭ⓒ ⇡ผħ่‫ف‬ħ่‫ف‬ ‫ש‬γ֭ ‫ש‬ਙ‫ש‬Ŵк Ŵ㌱ผਙ ‫ש‬γ֭ ⇡₡ħ‫ﭨ‬ħħਙ่ ‫ש‬ਙ ‫ں‬ㄦՙ ऑŴ㌱֭ฌ
ผ֭‫׀‬ħผ֭₡㈠‫ں‬″ऑŴผTħ่‫ف‬ऑŴ㌱֭Ŵผ֭ऑผਙ‫ﭨ‬ħ₡֭₡ਙֱ่ħ‫֭ש‬ʉħ‫ש‬γħ่‫ש‬γ֭⇡㈾֭㌱‫ש‬ऑŴผ㌱֭кⓒʉħ‫ש‬γŴ่ਙ‫ש‬γ֭ผ‫ں‬ㅡऑŴ㌱֭γਙʉ่
‫ש‬ਙ⇡֭㌱ਙ่‫ש‬ผ㌱‫֭ש‬₡ਙ่‫ש‬γ֭Ŵ₡㈾Ŵ㌱่֭‫ש‬ऑŴผ㌱֭к㈠Ûħ‫ש‬γ‫ש‬γ֭Ŵ₡₡ħ‫ש‬ħਙ่ਙ⑾‫ש‬γ֭̶x่֭ʉऑŴผTħ่‫ف‬ऑŴ㌱֭ⓒ‫ש‬γ֭㌱ਙここ֭ผ㌱ħŴкฌ
⇡₡ħ‫ﭨ‬ħħਙ่ʉħккऑผਙ‫ﭨ‬ħ₡֭‫ں‬ฎxऑŴผTħ่‫ف‬ऑŴ㌱֭ⓒʉγ֭ผ֭‫ں‬ㄦՙऑŴ㌱֭Ŵผ֭ผ֭‫׀‬ħผ֭₡㈠

A₡֭‫׀‬Ŵ‫֭ש‬кŴ่₡㌱Ŵऑħ่‫ف‬ʉħкк⇡֭ऑผਙ‫ﭨ‬ħ₡֭₡Ŵγਙʉ่ਙ่ऑкŴ่Ŵ่₡ऑ֭ผ╗ħ‫ש‬к֭‫ں‬ɱผ֭‫׀‬ħผ֭こ่֭‫ש‬㈠ฌ

Ḛħ‫่֭ﭨ‬‫ש‬γħ₡Ŵ‫ש‬Ŵⓒʉ֭ผ֭‫׀‬֭‫ש‬ੂਙผऑऑਙผ‫ש‬ਙ่‫ש‬γħऑผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬㈠●⑾Ŵ₡₡ħ‫ש‬ħਙ่Ŵкħ่⑾ਙผこŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่ħ่֭㌱֭Ŵผੂ‫ש‬ਙऑผ֭ऑŴผ֭ฌ
‫ש‬γ֭֭Ŵऑऑкħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่⑾ਙผऑ⇡кħ㌱γ֭Ŵผħ่‫ف‬ⓒऑк֭Ŵ֭㌱ਙ่‫ש‬Ŵ㌱‫ש‬こ֭Ŵ‫ש‬ੂਙผ֭Ŵผкħ֭‫ש‬㌱ਙ่‫่֭ﭨ‬ħ่֭㌱֭㈠ฌ

Ɔħ่㌱֭ผ֭кੂⓒฌ

γผħA㈠Őħ㌱γŴผ₡ਙ่ⓒՁDzDzCAОฌ
ОкŴ่่ħ่‫ف‬Cħผ֭㌱‫ש‬ਙผ
Őħ㌱γŴผ₡ਙ่Û֭‫֭▷ש‬кAผ㌱γħ‫֭ש‬㌱‫ש‬

ОŐİֱՙㅡxธx
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74317 and SDR-74318


Agenda Item No.: 14.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
SDR-74318 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO SUP-74317 - PUBLIC
HEARING - APPLICANT: TERRIBLE HERBST, INC. - OWNER: MARY BARTSAS 22,
LLC - For possible action on a request for a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED
4,490 SQUARE-FOOT GENERAL RETAIL STORE, OTHER THAN LISTED
[CONVENIENCE STORE] WITH FUEL PUMPS AND CANOPY; AND A 1,140 SQUARE-
FOOT CAR WASH, FULL SERVICE WITH WAIVERS OF THE DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS
OVERLAY SETBACK, PARKING LOT LANDSCAPNG AND SCREENNING,
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN; AND TO ALLOW A FOUR-FOOT LANDSCAPE BUFFER
WHERE 15 FEET IS REQUIRED ALONG THE NORTH AND EAST PROPERTY LINES, A
ONE-FOOT LANDSCAPE BUFFER WHERE EIGHT FEET IS REQUIRED ALONG THE
SOUTH PROPERTY LINE, AND TO ALLOW A WASH BAY TO FACE PUBLIC RIGHT-
OF-WAY WHERE SUCH IS NOT ALLOWED on 1.03 acres at the southwest corner of
Fremont Street and Eastern Avenue (APN 139-35-817-006), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone,
Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-74020]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 11/21/2018


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. Traffic Notes Submitted by the City of Las Vegas Department of Public Works Traffic
Engineering Division
Consistent with the City’s
sustainability efforts to reduce
paper use, backup
documentation pertaining to
related items will appear as
backup under the first item. This
item includes such consolidated
backup documentation. Please
refer to the first related
application in the subject line of
the Agenda Summary Page.
SDR-74318

ОŐİֱՙㅡxธx
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
SDR-74318

ОŐİֱՙㅡxธx
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
SDR 74318
Terrible Herbst, Inc.

SEC Fremont Street & Eastern Avenue


Proposed convenience market with 12 fueling positions.

Proposed Use

Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 205.36 2,464


GAS/SERVICE WITH CONVENIENCE
AM Peak Hour 12 12.47 150
MARKET [FUELING POSITIONS]
PM Peak Hour 13.99 168
Existing traffic on nearby streets:
Eastern Avenue
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 31,054
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 2,484

Fremont Street
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 11,661
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 933

Charleston Boulevard
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 30,457
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 2,437

Traffic Capacity of adjacent streets:


Adjacent Street ADT Capacity
Eastern Avenue 50,900
Fremont Street 34,645
Charleston Boulevard 34,645

This project will add approximately 2,464 trips per day on Eastern Ave., Fremont St. and Charleston Blvd. Currently,
Eastern is at about 61 percent of capacity, Fremont is at about 34 percent of capacity and Charleston is at about 88
percent of capacity. With this project, Eastern is expected to be at about 66 percent of capacity, Fremont to be at about
41 percent of capacity and Charleston to be at about 95 percent of capacity.

Based on Peak Hour use, this development will add into the area roughly 168 additional cars, or about three every
minute.

Note that this report assumes all traffic from this development uses all named streets.
Agenda Item No.: 15.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
SUP-74321 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
REMINGTON SKYE, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A
PROPOSED 5,500 SQUARE-FOOT LIQUOR ESTABLISHMENT (TAVERN) USE ON PAD
L OF AN EXISTING SHOPPING CENTER at the northeast corner of Skye Park Drive and
West Skye Canyon Park Drive (APN 125-07-210-002 ), T-D (Traditional Development) Zone
[GC (General Commercial) Skye Canyon Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-
73888]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 11/21/2018


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

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 2 Planning Commission Mtg. 1
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps - SUP-74321 and SDR-74322 [PRJ-73888]
2. Conditions and Staff Report - SUP-74321 and SDR-74322 [PRJ-73888]
3. Supporting Documentation - SUP-74321 and SDR-74322 [PRJ-73888]
4. Photo(s) - SUP-74321 and SDR-74322 [PRJ-73888]
5. Skye Canyon Letter
6. Justification Letter - SUP-74321 and SDR-74322 [PRJ-73888]
7. Protest/Support Comment Forms – SUP-74321 and SDR-74322 [PRJ-73888]
SUP-74321 and SDR-74322 [PRJ-73888]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: REMINGTON SKYE, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
SUP-74321 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

SDR-74322 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 40

NOTICES MAILED 767

PROTESTS 2

APPROVALS 1

FS
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** CONDITIONS **

SUP-74321 CONDITIONS
Planning

1. Conformance to all Minimum Requirements under the Skye Canyon


Development Agreement for a Liquor Establishment (Tavern) use.

2. Approval of and conformance to the Conditions of Approval for Site Development


Plan Review (SDR-74322) shall be required.

3. Conformance to the approved conditions for Site Development Plan Review


(SDR-63598) shall be required.

4. 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.

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, as well as submitted as part of any business
license application.

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

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

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

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SDR-74322 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Approval of and conformance to the Conditions of Approval for Special Use


Permit (SUP-74321) shall be required, if approved.

2. Conformance to the approved conditions for Site Development Plan Review


(SDR-63598) shall be required.

3. Master Sign Plan (MSP-72987) shall be amended to depict the proposed signage
for all pad sites not included with the original master sign plan approval.

4. A Site Development Plan Review shall be required for all remaining pad sites that
are not a part of this application (Pads A, D, G, H, and “Future Development”).

5. 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.

6. All development shall be in conformance with the site plan, landscape plan, and
building elevations, date stamped 08/27/18, except as amended by conditions
herein.

7. Streetscape, perimeter landscaping, and parking lot landscaping shall conform to


the approved landscape plans associated with the original Site Development
Plan Review (SDR-63598).

8. 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.

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

10. 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.

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11. 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.

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

Public Works

13. An Update to the previously approved Drainage Plan and Technical Drainage
Study must be submitted to and approved by the Department of Public Works
prior to the issuance of any grading or building permits, submittal of construction
drawings or the submittal of a Final Map for this site, whichever may occur first.
Provide and improve all drainageways as recommended in the approved
drainage plan/study.

14. Site development to comply with all applicable conditions of approval for SDR-
63598, and all other applicable site-related actions.

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** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The request is for a Site Development Plan Review for eight commercial pad sites
(Pads B, C, E, F, J, K, L and M) within an existing shopping center located at the
northwest corner of Grand Canyon Drive and Skye Canyon Park Drive. A companion
Special Use Permit has been included for a proposed 5,500 square-foot Liquor
Establishment (Tavern) on Pad L of the shopping center.

ISSUES

· In 2016, a Site Development Plan Review (SDR-63598) for a 265,108 square-


foot shopping center was approved on the subject site. At that time, only plans
for the anchor tenant were finalized, and therefore a condition was included that
required a Site Development Plan review for each of the remaining pad sites.
· The proposed Site Development Plan Review includes the development of eight
pad sites: B, C, E, F, J, K, L and M. Staff recommends approval of the request.
· The site plan shows minor changes to the pad configurations, which results in a
3,886 square-foot decrease in overall floor area from the previously approved
plan. This equates to a floor area reduction of approximately 1.47 percent.
· The subject site is located within the Skye Canyon Master Planned Community
and the required perimeter landscape and streetscape improvements were
previously installed with the development of the shopping center’s anchor tenant.
· The Skye Canyon Design Review Committee approved the design of the
proposed pad sites on July 3, 2018
· A companion Special Use Permit has been included for a proposed 5,500
square-foot Liquor Establishment (Tavern) on pad L of the shopping center. Staff
recommends approval of the request.

ANALYSIS

The request is for approval of eight standalone commercial pad sites (pads B, C, E, F,
J, K, L and M) within a previously approved 265,108 square-foot shopping center at the
northwest corner of Grand Canyon Drive and Skye Canyon Park Drive. The required
Skye Canyon streetscape and perimeter landscape improvements have been installed
with the first phase of construction. In addition, the majority of the parking lot and
associated landscaping has also been installed, and any remaining parking lot or
landscaping improvements will be subject to the previously approved site and
landscape plans associated with Site Development Plan Review (SDR-63598).

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At the time of the original approval, the final configuration of the standalone pad sites
were not known, and therefore it was required that each pad be subject to a Site
Development Plan Review. Minor changes to the configuration of the pad sites have
been proposed, and the floor area differences are noted in the table below:

Pad Approved Floor Area Proposed Floor Area Difference


B 9,800 sf 9,800 sf 0
C 7,100 sf 7,455 sf 355 sf
E 8,300 sf 9,000 sf 700 sf
F 4,847 sf 5,900 sf 1,053 sf
J 14,200 sf 15,350 sf 1,150 sf
K 7,000 sf 7,550 sf 550 sf
L 12,000 sf* 5,500 sf -6,500 sf
M 19,752 sf** 6,000 sf -13,752 sf
*Previously approved Pad L is now identified as pads L & M
**Previously approved Pad M is now identified as “Future Development”

The most significant change from the approved plan is the revision to Pads L and M.
On the approved plan, Pad M was identified as a 19,752 square-foot pad located at the
northwest corner of the site, and Pad L was identified as a 12,000 square-foot pad
centrally located adjacent to the west property line. The proposed site plan depicts the
square-footage of approved Pad L being split into two pads along the west property line,
which are now identified as Pads L and M. The previously approved Pad M located at
the northwest corner of the site, is now identified as “future development”; however, the
approved square-footage for this future pad is still being considered when calculating
overall site area. The total proposed site square-footage now totals 261,222 square
feet, which constitutes a reduction of 3,886 square feet from the previously approved
plan, or a reduction of approximately 1.47 percent.

The provided elevations depict single-story stucco buildings that are consistent with the
existing buildings on the site. The buildings incorporate numerous architectural features
such as articulated rooflines, storefront glazing, and awnings to provide visual interest.
As required by the Skye Canyon Development Standards, the elevations were approved
by the Skye Canyon Design Review Committee on July 3, 2018. Staff recommends
approval of the Site Development Review request.

The Liquor Establishment (Tavern) use is defined as a facility which sells alcoholic
beverages for consumption on the premises where the same are sold and authorizes
the sale, to consumers only and not for resale, of alcoholic beverages in original sealed
or corked containers, for consumption off the premises where the same are sold. While
a Special Use Permit is required per the Skye Development Agreement, the agreement
also specifies that there are no spacing requirements between similar and protected
uses for any alcohol related use. The proposed 5,500 square-foot Liquor Establishment
(Tavern) on Pad L of the shopping center can be conducted in a manner that is
harmonious with the other proposed uses on the site, as well as in the surrounding
area. Staff recommends approval of the request.
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FINDINGS (SUP-74321)

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 5,500 square-foot Liquor Establishment (Tavern) on Pad L of the


shopping center can be conducted in a manner that is harmonious with the other
proposed uses on the site, as well as in the surrounding area.

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

The existing shopping center is physically suitable for the proposed Liquor
Establishment (Tavern) 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.

The existing street network adjacent to the existing shopping center is adequate in
size to meet the requirements of the proposed Liquor Establishment (Tavern) 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.

The approval of the proposed Special Use does not compromise the public health,
safety, and welfare or the overall objectives of the General Plan.

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

The subject site is governed by the Skye Canyon Development Agreement, and
the proposal meets all applicable regulations identified for alcohol related uses.

FINDINGS (SDR-74321)

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;

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This proposal will facilitate the buildout of a previously approved shopping center.
The proposed development is compatible with adjacent development and
development in the area.

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

The proposed development is consistent with the provisions of the Skye Canyon
Development Agreement and its associated development standards.

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


neighborhood traffic;

The proposed site access and circulation patterns do not negatively impact
adjacent roadways or neighborhood traffic.

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

The building and landscape materials have been reviewed and approved by the
Skye Canyon Design Review Committee, and are appropriate for the area and for
the City.

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 building elevations have been reviewed and approved by the Skye Canyon
Design Review Committee, and are not unsightly or obnoxious in appearance.
The buildings are harmonious and compatible with development in the
surrounding area.

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

The site will be subject to building and licensing inspections, and therefore the
public safety and welfare is protected.

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BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc


The City Council approved a Resolution (R-176-2004) adopting
12/01/04
guidelines for development within the Kyle Canyon Gateway area
The City Council approved a request (GPA-9167) to amend a portion
of the Centennial Hills Sector Plan of the General Plan to change land
use designations from PCD (Planned Community Development), SC
01/18/06 (Service Commercial) and PF (Public Facilities) to TND (Traditional
Neighborhood Development) on 1,712 acres generally located north of
Grand Teton Drive, between Puli Road and Fort Apache Road. The
Planning Commission and staff recommended approval
The City Council approved a Development Agreement (DIR-21605)
between Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC and the city of Las Vegas on
1,712 acres at the southwest corner of Fort Apache Road and
Moccasin Road for the development of the Kyle Canyon Master Plan.
05/16/07
The Planning Commission and staff recommended approval. In a
related item, the City Council voted to approve a Parks Agreement
between Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC and the city of Las Vegas. Staff
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request for a Rezoning (ZON-20543)
from U (Undeveloped) [TND (Traditional Neighborhood Development)
General Plan Designation] and R-E (Residence Estates) to T-D
(Traditional Development) on 1,712 acres at the southwest corner of
05/16/07
Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. The Kyle Canyon
Development Standards and Design Guidelines were approved as part
of this action. The Planning Commission and staff recommended
approval.
Wachovia Bank, National Association, acting as the managing creditor
of 41 creditors, foreclosed on the Kyle Canyon property. A new entity
09/23/08
called KAG Property, LLC was formed to assume ownership of the
Kyle Canyon property
The City Council approved a request regarding the 2nd Restatement
and Amendment of the Development Agreement (DIR-59826) for the
07/15/15 Kyle Canyon Development on approximately 1,662 acres at the
southwest corner of Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. Planning
Commission and staff recommended approval.
The Planning Commission approved a Site Development Plan Review
09/08/15 (SDR-63598) for a 265,108 square-foot shopping center on the subject
site. Staff had recommended approval.

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Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc


The City Council approved a request regarding the 3nd Restatement
and Amendment of the Development Agreement (DIR-65021) for the
07/20/16 Kyle Canyon Development on approximately 1,662 acres at the
southwest corner of Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. Planning
Commission and staff recommended approval.
The Planning Commission approved a Master Sign Plan (MSP-72987)
05/18/18 for a 264,445 square-foot shopping center. Staff had recommended
approval.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


05/18/18 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Pre-Application Meeting
A pre-application meeting was held and general Site Development
07/11/18
Plan Review and Special Use Permit requirements were discussed.

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

Field Check
The subject site is developed with a Grocery Store, a fuel center, and
08/30/18
associated parking areas and drives.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 17.00

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
Subject Kyle GC (General T-D (Traditional
Shopping Center
Property Commercial) Development)
Kyle MLA (Residential
T-D (Traditional
North Undeveloped Medium Low –
Development)
Attached)

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Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
Single Family Kyle L (Residential T-D (Traditional
South
Residential Low) Development)
CC (Community
Commercial) Grand PD (Planned
East Undeveloped
Canyon Village Development)
Designation
Kyle ML (Residential T-D (Traditional
West Undeveloped
Medium Low) Development)

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


Skye Canyon Y
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
T-D (Traditional Development) District 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
DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS
Per the 2011 static version of Title 19.08.040, the following Residential Adjacency
Standards apply for Pad J.
Residential Adjacency Standards Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
3:1 proximity slope 121 Feet 165 Feet Y

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Skye Canyon
Skye Canyon
Skye Park Drive Development 40 feet Y
Minor Collector
Standards Manual
W. Skye Skye Canyon
Skye Canyon
Canyon Park Development 91 feet Y
Arterial Street
Drive Standards Manual
Primary
Planned Streets
Grand Canyon Arterial/Skye
and Highways 65 feet Y
Drive Canyon Major
Map
Collector

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ֱ AՁDz̬ ‫ں‬फ ए ″xƥֱxफ
ƆAՁDz̬‫ں‬फए″xƥֱxफ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


SUP-74321 [PRJ-73888] - SPECIAL USER PERMIT RELATED TO SDR-74322 - APPLICANT/OWNER: REMINGTON
SKYE, LLC
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SKYE PARK DRIVE AND WEST SKYE CANYON PARK DRIVE
08/30/18
SUP-74321 [PRJ-73888] - SPECIAL USER PERMIT RELATED TO SDR-74322 - APPLICANT/OWNER: REMINGTON
SKYE, LLC
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SKYE PARK DRIVE AND WEST SKYE CANYON PARK DRIVE
08/30/18
SUP-74321 [PRJ-73888] - SPECIAL USER PERMIT RELATED TO SDR-74322 - APPLICANT/OWNER: REMINGTON
SKYE, LLC
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SKYE PARK DRIVE AND WEST SKYE CANYON PARK DRIVE
08/30/18
İкੂ̶ⓒ̶x‫ں‬ฎฌ

ħ‫ੂש‬ਙ⑾ՁŴЋ֭‫ف‬Ŵ
Աħк₡ħ่‫ف‬Ŵ่₡ƆŴ⑾֭‫ੂש‬C֭ऑŴผ‫ש‬こ่֭‫ש‬
̶̶̶Ɔ㈠ŐŴ่㌱γਙCผħ‫֭ﭨ‬
ՁŴЋ֭‫ف‬ŴⓒЌЋฎɱ‫ں‬x″ฌ

Ő̬֭ Ɔ3ੂ֭Ŵ่ੂਙ่̬ОŴผ㌱֭кธ㈠̶ՙฌ
 Ő֭‫ש‬ŴħкОŴ₡ԱⓒⓒDzⓒСⓒİⓒⓒՁⓒŴ่₡ҜԱħк₡ħ่‫ف‬Dzк֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่ਙ่㌱֭ऑ‫ש‬Ŵ่₡СкਙਙผОкŴ่̬C֭ħ‫่ف‬Ő֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭ʉฌ

C֭Ŵผħ‫ੂש‬ਙ⑾ՁŴЋ֭‫ف‬Ŵ̬ฌ

╗γħ к֭‫֭שש‬ผ ħ ʉผħ‫่֭שש‬ ħ่ ㌱ਙ่่֭㌱‫ש‬ħਙ่ ʉħ‫ש‬γ ‫ש‬γ֭ Ŵ⇡ਙ‫֭ﭨ‬ ผ֭⑾֭ผ่֭㌱֭₡ こŴ‫֭שש‬ผ Ŵ ħ‫ש‬ ऑ֭ผ‫ש‬Ŵħ่ ‫ש‬ਙ ‫ש‬γ֭ฌ
₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬ ਙ⑾ ОŴผ㌱֭к ธ㈠̶ՙⓒ Ŵ่₡ ‫ש‬γ֭ ㌱ਙ่‫ש‬ผ㌱‫ש‬ħਙ่ ਙ⑾ ‫ש‬γ֭ ОŴ₡ Աħк₡ħ่‫ف‬ Ŵ‫ש‬ Ɔ3ੂ֭ Ŵ่ੂਙ่
ҜŴผ3֭‫ש‬ऑкŴ㌱֭㈠

╗γ֭ਙ่㌱֭ऑ‫ש‬ŴкԱħк₡ħ่‫ف‬Dzк֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่Ŵ่₡СкਙਙผОкŴ่⑾ਙผ‫ש‬γ֭ผ֭⑾֭ผ่֭㌱֭₡ऑŴ₡γŴ‫֭ﭨ‬⇡่֭֭ผ֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭ʉ֭₡㈠
╗γ֭⇡ħк₡ħ่‫ف‬㌱ਙ่㌱֭ऑ‫ש‬ऑผਙ‫ﭨ‬ħ₡֭‫ש‬γ֭⇡Ŵħਙ⑾₡֭ħ‫่ف‬⑾ਙผŴккਙ‫ש‬γ֭ผऑŴ₡Ŵ่₡γਙऑ⇡ħк₡ħ่‫ف‬㈠╗γ֭
㌱ਙ่㌱֭ऑ‫ש‬Ŵк֭к֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่Ŵ่₡⑾кਙਙผऑкŴ่Ŵผ֭㌱ਙ่ħ₡֭ผ֭₡ħ่㌱ਙこऑкħŴ่㌱֭ʉħ‫ש‬γ‫ש‬γ֭C֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑ֭ผผ֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭ʉŴ่₡
‫ש‬γ֭Ɔ3ੂ֭Ŵ่ੂਙ่C֭ħ‫่ف‬Ḛħ₡֭кħ่֭₡Ŵ‫֭ש‬₡Ḷ㌱‫ש‬ਙ⇡֭ผ‫̶ں‬ⓒธx‫ں‬ฎ㈠C֭ħ‫่ف‬ผ֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭ʉਙ⑾ਙ่‫ש‬ผ㌱‫ש‬ħਙ่ฌ
Cਙ㌱こ่֭‫ש‬ਙ⑾ŴккऑŴ₡⇡ħк₡ħ่‫ف‬ⓒŴ่₡γਙऑʉħкк⇡֭ผ֭‫׀‬ħผ֭₡ऑผħਙผ‫ש‬ਙऑ֭ผこħ‫ש‬⇡こħ‫שש‬ŴкⓒŴ่₡ħผ֭‫׀‬ħผ֭₡
‫ש‬ਙ่֭ผ֭㌱ਙ่ħ‫่֭ש‬㌱ੂʉħ‫ש‬γ㌱ਙ่㌱֭ऑ‫ש‬ऑผ֭่֭‫֭ש‬₡㈠

╗γ֭ऑผਙऑਙ֭₡Dzк֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่Ŵ่₡СкਙਙผОкŴ่Ŵผ֭⑾֭ผ่֭㌱֭₡Ŵ⇡ਙ‫֭ﭨ‬Ŵผ֭ħ่㌱ਙこऑкħŴ่㌱֭ʉħ‫ש‬γ‫ש‬γ֭
C֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑ֭ผผ֭‫׀‬ħผ֭こ่֭‫ש‬Ŵ่₡‫ש‬γ֭Ɔ3ੂ֭Ŵ่ੂਙ่C֭ħ‫่ف‬Ḛħ₡֭кħ่֭ⓒŴ่₡Ŵผ֭㌱ਙ่ħ₡֭ผ֭₡
AООŐḶЋDzC㈠

Ɔγਙк₡ੂਙγŴ‫֭ﭨ‬Ŵ่ੂ‫׀‬֭‫ש‬ħਙ่ਙผผ֭‫׀‬ħผ֭Ŵ₡₡ħ‫ש‬ħਙ่Ŵкħ่⑾ਙผこŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่ⓒऑк֭Ŵ֭㌱ਙ่‫ש‬Ŵ㌱‫ש‬こ֭₡ħผ֭㌱‫ש‬кੂ㈠

Ɔħ่㌱֭ผ֭кੂⓒ

Ɔ‫ש‬Ŵ㌱ħÛγħ‫֭ש‬ฌ
Ɔ3ੂ֭Ŵ่ੂਙ่Оผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬Ő֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭ʉ╗֭Ŵこฌ

‫ںں‬ㅡ‫ںں‬Ɔਙ‫ש‬γ֭ผ่Ġħ‫ف‬γкŴ่₡ОŴผ3ʉŴੂⓒƆħ‫֭ש‬̶xxⓒՁŴЋ֭‫ف‬ŴⓒЌ֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ₡Ŵฎɱ‫ں‬ㅡ‫ں‬ฌ
xⓒ ՁŴ Ћ֭‫ف‬Ŵⓒ Ќ֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ₡Ŵ ฎɱ
Оγਙ่֭ӧՙxธỏธธxֱ″ㄦ″ㄦСŴ㌱ħこħк֭ӧՙxธỏธธxֱ″ㄦ″″ฌ
ㄦ СŴ㌱ħħこħħк֭ ӧՙxธỏ ธธxֱ″

ОŐİֱՙ̶ฎฎฎ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ՁAƆਙ่к‫ש‬ħ่‫ف‬
‫ں‬ɱ̶xЋħккŴ‫֭ف‬่֭‫֭ש‬ผħผ㌱к֭̶ ㄦՙՙ
ՁŴЋ֭‫ف‬ŴⓒЌЋ㈠ฎɱ‫̶ں‬ㅡ
ӧՙxธỏㅡɱɱֱ″ㅡ″ɱֱ㌱֭кк
ӧՙxธỏɱㅡ″ֱxฎㄦՙ

A‫ف‬‫ש‬ธ̶ⓒธx‫ں‬ฎฌ

Сผ֭₡ƆਙкħⓒОкŴ่่ħ่‫ف‬Ŵ่₡C֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬ฌ
ħ‫ੂש‬ਙ⑾ՁŴЋ֭‫ف‬Ŵฌ
̶̶̶Ќ㈠ŐŴ่㌱γਙŐਙŴ₡ⓒ̶ผ₡⑾кਙਙผฌ
ՁŴЋ֭‫ف‬ŴⓒЌЋฎɱ‫ں‬x″ฌ

ŐDz̬ОŐİՙ̶ฎฎฎ﹝İСxx‫ں‬ฌ

C֭ŴผҜผ㈠Ɔਙкħ̬ฌ

Ок֭Ŵ֭Ŵ㌱㌱֭ऑ‫ש‬‫ש‬γħк֭‫֭שש‬ผŴਙผ㈾‫ש‬ħ⑾ħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่⑾ਙผŴผ֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭₡ħ‫֭ש‬₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬ผ֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭ʉŴ่₡Ŵ֭ฌ
ऑ֭ผこħ‫ש‬⑾ਙผŴ‫ש‬Ŵ‫֭ﭨ‬ผ่㈠Aħ‫֭ש‬ऑкŴ่ʉŴऑผ֭‫ﭨ‬ħਙкੂŴऑऑผਙ‫֭ﭨ‬₡⑾ਙผ‫ש‬γ֭ħ‫֭ש‬Ŵ่₡‫ש‬γ֭Ŵ่㌱γਙผⓒƆこħ‫ש‬γɸฌ
‫ف‬ผਙ㌱֭ผੂ‫ש‬ਙผ֭ⓒʉγħ㌱γผ֭㌱่֭‫ש‬кੂਙऑ่֭֭₡⑾ਙผ⇡ħ่֭㈠Ɔこħ‫ש‬γɸŴкਙγŴ‫ف‬ŴऑこऑŴਙ㌱ħŴ‫֭ש‬₡ʉħ‫ש‬γฌ
‫ש‬γ֭‫ف‬ผਙ㌱֭ผੂ‫ש‬ਙผ֭㈠╗ʉਙऑŴผ㌱֭кγŴ‫֭ﭨ‬⇡่֭֭ਙк₡‫ש‬ਙ‫ש‬γ֭Ɔこħ‫ש‬γɸ‫ש‬ਙผ֭Ŵ่₡‫ש‬γ֭ผ֭こŴħ่ħ่‫ف‬ऑผਙऑ֭ผ‫ੂש‬ฌ
ħਙʉ่֭₡⇡ੂŐ֭こħ่‫שف‬ਙ่ƆRੂ֭ⓒՁՁ㈠ฌ

╗γ֭ผ֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭₡ħ‫֭ש‬ऑкŴ่ħħこħкŴผ‫ש‬ਙ‫ש‬γ֭Ŵऑऑผਙ‫֭ﭨ‬₡ऑкŴ่ⓒʉħ‫ש‬γਙこ֭㌱γŴ่‫֭ف‬㈠Ûħ‫ש‬γ‫ש‬γħผ֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭₡ฌ
ऑкŴ่ⓒ‫ש‬γ֭ੂŴผ֭ŴкਙऑγŴħ่‫ف‬‫ש‬γ֭ผ֭こŴħ่₡֭ผਙ⑾‫ש‬γ֭ऑผਙऑ֭ผ‫ੂש‬⑾ਙผ㌱ਙ่‫ש‬ผ㌱‫ש‬ħਙ่㈠ОŴ₡CħŴऑผਙऑਙ֭₡ฌ
Աผ‫֭ف‬ผħ่‫ف‬ⓒОŴ₡ḚħŴऑผਙऑਙ֭₡γŴ֭⇡Ŵ่R㈠Աਙ‫ש‬γऑผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬Ŵผ֭‫ש‬ħккऑ่֭₡ħ่‫ف‬Ŵऑऑผਙ‫ﭨ‬Ŵк⑾ผਙこ‫ש‬γ֭ฌ
こŴ‫֭ש‬ผ₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬₡֭ħ‫่ف‬ผ֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭ʉ㌱ਙここħ‫֭֭שש‬Ŵ่₡Ŵผ֭่ਙ‫ש‬ħ่㌱к₡֭₡ħ่‫ש‬γħผ֭‫׀‬֭‫ש‬㈠ฌ

╗γ֭่ਙผ‫ש‬γʉ֭‫ש‬ऑਙผ‫ש‬ħਙ่ਙ⑾‫ש‬γ֭ħ‫֭ש‬ħ⑾‫ש‬ผ֭₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬㈠╗γ֭ऑŴ₡ħ‫֭ש‬‫׀‬Ŵผ֭⑾ਙਙ‫ש‬Ŵ‫֭ف‬γŴ‫֭ﭨ‬ฌ
⇡่֭֭Ŵ₡㈾‫֭ש‬₡ਙこ֭ʉγŴ‫ש‬㈠ОŴ₡ՁʉŴऑผ֭‫ﭨ‬ħਙкੂਙ่֭⇡ħк₡ħ่‫ف‬ਙ⑾‫ں‬ธⓒxx‫׀‬Ŵผ֭⑾֭֭‫ש‬Ŵ่₡γŴฌ
⇡่֭֭㌱γŴ่‫֭ف‬₡╗Ḷ╗ÛḶԱⓈ●ՁC●ЌḚƆⓒӧОŴ₡Ձֱㄦⓒㄦxx‫׀‬Ŵผ֭⑾֭֭‫ש‬Ŵ่₡ОŴ₡Ҝֱ″xxx‫׀‬Ŵผ֭⑾֭֭‫ש‬ⓒ⑾ਙผฌ
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⑾ỏ ħ่ ⑾кਙਙผ Ŵ ผ֭Ŵ ⑾ਙ
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SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


ਙ‫֭ﭨ‬ผŴккħ‫֭ש‬㈠╗γ֭Ɔ‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫ש‬㌱Ŵऑ֭γŴ⇡่֭֭ħ่‫ש‬Ŵкк֭₡Ŵ่₡кŴ่₡㌱Ŵऑħ่‫ف‬ʉħкк⇡֭ħ่‫ש‬Ŵкк֭₡ऑ֭ผ‫ש‬γ֭ฌ
кŴ่₡㌱Ŵऑ֭ऑкŴ่⑾ਙผƆCŐֱ″̶ㄦɱฎ㈠AккऑŴผRħ่‫ف‬ħ֭ゥħ‫ש‬ħ่‫ف‬֭ゥ㌱֭ऑ‫ש‬⑾ਙผ‫ש‬γ֭Ŵผ֭Ŵ่֭ŴผऑŴ₡DzŴ่₡Ҝ゜Ձ㈠ฌ
ƆRੂ֭Ŵ่ੂਙ่CŐγŴŴऑऑผਙ‫֭ﭨ‬₡‫ש‬γ֭ऑкŴ่ӧ֭֭Ŵ‫שש‬Ŵ㌱γ֭₡к֭‫֭שש‬ผỏ㈠ฌ

╗γħऑผਙऑ֭ผ‫ੂש‬ħऑŴผ‫ש‬ਙ⑾‫ש‬γ֭ਙ‫֭ﭨ‬ผŴккƆRੂ֭Ŵ่ੂਙ่C֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬Ŵ่₡ħ⇡㈾֭㌱‫ש‬‫ש‬ਙ‫ש‬γ֭₡֭ħ‫่ف‬Ŵ่₡ฌ
кŴ่₡㌱Ŵऑ֭‫ف‬ħ₡֭кħ่֭㈠╗γ֭ऑкŴ่γŴ‫֭ﭨ‬⇡่֭֭⇡こħ‫֭שש‬₡‫ש‬ਙḶкੂこऑħŴਙこऑŴ่ħ֭ⓒʉγਙγŴฌ
ਙ‫֭ﭨ‬ผħ‫ف‬γ‫ש‬ਙ‫֭ﭨ‬ผ‫ש‬γ֭₡֭ħ‫่ف‬‫ف‬ħ₡֭кħ่֭㈠╗γ֭ੂγŴ‫֭ﭨ‬ผ֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭ʉ֭₡‫ש‬γ֭ऑผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬Ŵ่₡Ŵऑऑผਙ‫֭ﭨ‬₡‫ש‬γ֭ฌ
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Ձ㌱ੂƆ‫֭ש‬ʉŴผ‫ש‬

Ձ㌱ੂƆ‫֭ש‬ʉŴผ‫ש‬ฌ

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SUP-74321 and SDR-74322


From: noreply@formstack.com
To: Planning Comments
Subject: Planning Application Comments Form
Date: Sunday, September 30, 2018 5:57:34 PM

Formstack Submission For: Planning Application


Comments Form_2018
Submitted at 09/30/18 5:57 PM

Planning Application Number: 74321

Position: I Support

Name: Sharon Yang

8475 Skye Walk Ct


Residential or Business Address:
Las Vegas, NV 89166

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From: noreply@formstack.com
To: Planning Comments
Subject: Planning Application Comments Form
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018 6:35:37 AM

Formstack Submission For: Planning Application


Comments Form_2018
Submitted at 09/29/18 6:35 AM

Planning Application
SUP-74321,SDR-74322
Number:

Position: I Oppose

Name: Carmen Jackson

Residential or Business 8420 Skye Crossing St


Address: Las Vegas, NV 89166

Phone: (702) 631-7582

Email: cdianejackson@outlook.com

No thank you in our family oriented


Comments:
neighborhood

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From: noreply@formstack.com
To: Planning Comments
Subject: Planning Application Comments Form
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018 6:37:19 AM

Formstack Submission For: Planning Application


Comments Form_2018
Submitted at 09/29/18 6:37 AM

Planning Application
SUP-74321,SDR-74322
Number:

Position: I Oppose

Name: Jamil Jackson

Residential or Business 8420 Skye Crossing St


Address: Las Vegas, NV 89166

Phone: (702) 631-7582

Email: jdjacks18@gmail.com

No thank you in our family oriented


Comments:
neighborhood.

Copyright © 2018 Formstack, LLC. All rights reserved. This is a customer service email.
Formstack, 8604 Allisonville Road, Suite 300, Indianapolis, IN 46250
Agenda Item No.: 16.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
SDR-74322 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO SUP-74321 - PUBLIC
HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: REMINGTON SKYE, LLC - For possible action on a
request for a Site Development Plan Review FOR EIGHT PROPOSED RETAIL PAD SITES
WITHIN AN EXISTING SHOPPING CENTER on 17.00 acres at the northeast corner of Skye
Park Drive and West Skye Canyon Park Drive (APNs Multiple), T-D (Traditional Development)
Zone [GC (General Commercial) Skye Canyon Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore)
[PRJ-73888]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 11/21/2018


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

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 2 Planning Commission Mtg. 1
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Consolidated Backup
2. Supporting Documentation
3. Support Comment Form
Consistent with the City’s
sustainability efforts to reduce
paper use, backup
documentation pertaining to
related items will appear as
backup under the first item. This
item includes such consolidated
backup documentation. Please
refer to the first related
application in the subject line of
the Agenda Summary Page.
SDR-74322

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SDR-74322

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From: noreply@formstack.com
To: Planning Comments
Subject: Planning Application Comments Form
Date: Sunday, September 30, 2018 5:57:52 PM

Formstack Submission For: Planning Application


Comments Form_2018
Submitted at 09/30/18 5:57 PM

Planning Application Number: 74322

Position: I Support

Name: Sharon Yang

8475 Skye Walk Ct


Residential or Business Address:
Las Vegas, NV 89166

Copyright © 2018 Formstack, LLC. All rights reserved. This is a customer service email.
Formstack, 8604 Allisonville Road, Suite 300, Indianapolis, IN 46250
Agenda Item No.: 17.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
VAC-74260 - VACATION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: MEQ HUALAPAI,
LLC - For possible action on a Petition to Vacate U.S. Government Patent Easements generally
located south of Deer Springs Way, east of Hualapai Way, Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74242]. Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 11/21/2018


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
VAC-74260 [PRJ-74242]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: MEQ HUALAPAI, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
VAC-74260 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 34

NOTICES MAILED 6

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 0

SS
VAC-74260 [PRJ-74242]
Conditions Page One
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** CONDITIONS **

VAC-74260 CONDITIONS
1. The limits of this Petition of Vacation shall be the U.S. Government Patent
Easement located on the south side of Government Lot 22, Assessor Parcel
Number 125-19-301-003, generally located south of Deer Springs Way, east of
Hualapai Way.

2. The Order of Relinquishment shall record immediately prior to and concurrent


with any mapping action on this site or the issuance of any permits for this site,
whichever may occur first.

3. A Drainage Plan and Technical Drainage Study must be submitted to and


approved by the Department of Public Works prior to the recordation of the Order
of Vacation for this application. Appropriate drainage easements shall be
reserved if recommended by the approved Drainage Plan/Study. The drainage
study required by SDR-73564 and TMP-73565 may be used to satisfy this
requirement provided that it addresses the area to be vacated.

4. All public improvements, if any, adjacent to and in conflict with this vacation
application are to be modified, as necessary, at the applicant's expense prior to
the recordation of an Order of Vacation.

5. All development shall be in conformance with code requirements and design


standards of all City Departments.

6. The Order of Relinquishment of Interest shall not be recorded until all of the
conditions of approval have been met provided, however, the conditions requiring
modification of public improvements may be fulfilled for purposes of recordation
by providing sufficient security for the performance thereof in accordance with the
Subdivision Ordinance of the City of Las Vegas. City Staff is empowered to
modify this application if necessary because of technical concerns or because of
other related review actions as long as current City right-of-way requirements are
still complied with and the intent of the vacation application is not changed. If
applicable, a five-foot wide easement for public streetlight and fire hydrant
purposes shall be retained on all vacation actions abutting public street corridors
that will remain dedicated and available for public use.

7. If the Order of Relinquishment of Interest is not recorded within one (1) year after
approval by the City of Las Vegas or an Extension of Time is not granted by the
Planning Director, then approval will terminate and a new petition must be
submitted.
SS
VAC-74260 [PRJ-74242]
Staff Report Page One
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant is requesting to vacate the remaining government patent easement on


Assessor’s Parcel Number 125-19-301-003, which would allow for development of an
approved shopping center on the south side of Deer Springs Way, east of Hualapai
Way.

ISSUES

· Vacation of this U.S. Government Patent Easement is required by condition of


approval of the associated Tentative Map (TMP-73565) for a commercial
subdivision.

ANALYSIS

A Site Development Plan Review (SDR-73564) was approved 07/10/18 for the shopping
center development on this site. The associated Tentative Map (TMP-73565) approval
for a commercial subdivision required vacation of the existing U.S. Government Patent
Easement concurrently with recordation of a final map over the site (Condition #7). This
will allow for development of the property.

The south property line of the shopping center property is adjacent to the planned Inyo
Avenue cul-de-sac bulb and Bureau of Land Management property that is required for
access to government parcels. Condition Number 17 of the approved Site Development
Plan Review (SDR-73564) and Condition Number 13 of the approved Tentative Map
(TMP-73565) requires the applicant to grant a 20-foot wide “Public Sewer Easement,
Surface to be Privately Maintained” over the south 20 feet of the property where there
currently is an existing “Declaration of Utilization for Sewer Purposes” per recorded
document 20170831:04157. No trees or landscaping over three feet tall will be allowed
in the south 20 feet of the property, including all landscape fingers. Additionally, no
covered parking or other structures are allowed within the south 20 feet of the property.

SS
VAC-74260 [PRJ-74242]
Staff Report Page Two
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

FINDINGS (VAC-74260)

The Department of Public Works has no objection to the vacation application request to
relinquish the City's interests in U.S. Government Patent Reservations generally located
on the south side of Deer Springs Way, east of Hualapai Way. The easement is no
longer needed in this configuration. Since only City interests are involved, any utility
company's interests will need to be addressed with each respective utility company and
will not be affected by the City relinquishing its interest. Staff recommends approval,
subject to conditions.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc.


The City Council approved a Petition to Annex (ANX-12215) 207.83
acres generally located north of Centennial Parkway between
02/07/07 Shaumber Road and Fort Apache Road. The Planning Commission
and staff recommended approval. The annexation became effective
02/16/07.
The Planning Commission approved a Petition to Vacate (VAC-60834)
U.S. Government Patent Easements generally located south of Deer
10/13/15
Springs Way, east of Hualapai Way. An Order of Relinquishment of
Interest was recorded 05/03/16.
The City Council approved a request for a Tentative Map (TMP-64814)
for a two-lot commercial subdivision on 14.27 acres at the southeast
09/07/16
corner of Deer Springs Way and Hualapai Way. The Planning
Commission and staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Petition to Vacate (VAC-67939) a portion
of Inyo Avenue generally located south of Deer Springs Way, east of
Hualapai Way. The Planning Commission and staff recommended
approval. An Order of Vacation has not been recorded.
The City Council approved a Tentative Map (TMP-67940) for a one-lot
03/15/17
commercial subdivision (Deer Springs Village) on 9.63 acres at the
southeast corner of Deer Springs Way and Hualapai Way. The
Planning Commission and staff recommended approval. NOTE: the
original version of the map contained two lots, but was changed during
the review period.
A Final Map (FMP-69879) for a one-lot commercial subdivision (Deer
01/18/18 Springs Village) on 9.63 acres at the southeast corner of Deer Springs
Way and Hualapai Way was recorded.

SS
VAC-74260 [PRJ-74242]
Staff Report Page Three
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc.


Department of Planning staff approved a Minor Amendment of an
approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-66447) for a proposed
04/25/18
shared drive aisle at the northeast corner of the site on 9.63 acres at the
southeast corner of Deer Springs Way and Hualapai Way.
The Planning Commission approved a Site Development Plan Review
(SDR-73564) for a proposed 38,891 square-foot shopping center with
waivers to allow buildings to not be oriented to the street frontage
where such is required, a 13-foot perimeter landscape buffer along the
north property line where 15 feet is required and a zero-foot perimeter
landscape buffer along a portion of the west property line where eight
07/10/18
feet is required on 5.00 acres on the south side of Deer Springs Way,
630 feet east of Hualapai Way. Staff recommended approval.
The Planning Commission approved a Tentative Map (TMP-73565) for
a one-lot commercial subdivision (Deer Springs and Hualapai) on 5.00
acres on the south side of Deer Springs Way, 630 feet east of
Hualapai Way. Staff recommended approval.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


11/30/17 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


There are no related permits or business licenses for this site.

Pre-Application Meeting
Pre-application materials were sent to the applicant detailing the
08/21/18 submittal requirements for a Petition to Vacate the remaining patent
easements on the shopping center site.

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

Field Check
The subject site is undeveloped. Inyo Avenue terminates at a temporary
08/31/18 chain link fence at the property line of the adjacent residential
development to the east.

SS
VAC-74260 [PRJ-74242]
Staff Report Page Four
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Gross Acres 5.00

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
Subject Shopping Center SC (Service C-1 (Limited
Property (approved) Commercial) Commercial)
R-E (Rural Estates
RL (Residential Low)
North Undeveloped Residential District)
Clark County
Clark County
DR (Desert Rural R-E (Residence
South Undeveloped
Density Residential) Estates)
Single Family, ML (Medium Low R-CL (Single Family
East
Detached Density Residential) Compact-Lot)
Shopping Center
SC (Service C-1 (Limited
West (under
Commercial) Commercial)
construction)

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


No Applicable Master Plan Area N/A
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
No Applicable Special Area 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

LEGAL DESCRIPTION

That portion of a Patent Easement reserved in patent recorded in Book 272, Document
Number 220477, Clark County Official Records, that was excepted from vacation in the
Vacation Document recorded in Document Number 20160503:03330, Clark County
Official Records, also being a portion of Government Lot 22 in the Southwest Quarter
(SW¼) of Section 19, Township 19 South, Range 60 East, M.D.M., Clark County,
Nevada.
SS
VAC-74260

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VAC-74260
VAC-74260

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╗ĠA╗ ОḶŐ╗●ḶЌ ḶС ОA╗DzЌ╗ DzAƆDzҜDzЌ╗ ŐDzƆDzŐЋDzC ●Ќ ОA╗DzЌ╗ ŐDzḶŐCDzC ●Ќ ԱḶḶ ธՙธⓒฌ
CḶⓈҜDzЌ╗ ЌⓈҜԱDzŐ ธธxㅡՙՙⓒ ՁAŐ ḶⓈЌ╗ ḶСС●●AՁ ŐDzḶŐCƆⓒ ╗ĠA╗ ÛAƆ DzṲDzО╗DzCฌ
СŐḶҜ ЋAA╗●ḶЌ ●Ќ ЋAA╗●ḶЌ CḶⓈҜDzЌ╗ ŐDzḶŐCDzC ●Ќ CḶⓈҜDzЌ╗ ЌⓈҜԱDzŐฌ
ธx‫ں‬″xㄦx̶̬x̶̶̶xⓒ ՁAŐ ḶⓈЌ╗ ḶСС●●AՁ ŐDzḶŐCƆⓒ AՁƆḶ ԱDz●ЌḚ A ОḶŐ╗●ḶЌ ḶС
ḚḶЋDzŐЌҜDzЌ╗ՁḶ╗ธธ●Ќ╗ĠDzƆḶⓈ╗ĠÛDzƆ╗ỢⓈAŐ╗DzŐӧƆÛ‫゜ں‬ㅡỏḶСƆDz╗●ḶЌ‫ں‬ɱⓒ╗ḶÛЌƆĠ●О‫ں‬ɱฌ
ƆḶⓈ╗Ġⓒ ŐAЌḚDz ″x DzAƆ╗ⓒ Ҝ㈠C㈠Ҝ㈠ⓒ ՁAŐ ḶⓈЌ╗ ЌDzЋACAⓒ ҜḶŐDz ОAŐ╗●ⓈՁAŐՁฌ
CDzƆŐ●ԱDzCAƆСḶՁՁḶÛƆ̬ฌ

ḶҜҜDzЌ●ЌḚ A╗ ╗ĠDz ЌḶŐ╗ĠÛDzƆ╗ ḶŐЌDzŐ ḶС ╗ĠDz ƆḶⓈ╗ĠÛDzƆ╗ ỢⓈAŐ╗DzŐ ӧƆÛ‫゜ں‬ㅡỏ ḶСฌ
ƆA●CƆDz╗●ḶЌ‫ں‬ɱ⊿ฌ

╗ĠDzЌDzAՁḶЌḚ╗ĠDzЌḶŐ╗ĠՁ●ЌDzḶС╗ĠDzƆḶⓈ╗ĠÛDzƆ╗ỢⓈAŐ╗DzŐӧƆÛ‫゜ں‬ㅡỏḶСƆA●CƆDz╗●ḶЌฌ
‫ں‬ɱⓒƆḶⓈ╗Ġฎɱ¤ธՙƥㄦ″फDzAƆ╗ⓒ″ฎธ㈠″ՙСDzDz╗╗Ḷ╗ĠDzÛDzƆ╗Ձ●ЌDzḶСƆA●CḚḶЋDzŐЌҜDzЌ╗ՁḶ╗ธธ⊿ฌ

╗ĠDzЌDz AՁḶЌḚ ƆA●C ÛDzƆ╗ Ձ●ЌDzⓒ ƆḶⓈ╗Ġ xx¤xㅡƥxฎफ ÛDzƆ╗ⓒ ″ธ̶㈠ɱㅡ СDzDz╗ ╗Ḷ ╗ĠDz ОḶ●Ќ╗ ḶСฌ
ԱDzḚ●ЌЌ●ЌḚAЌC╗ĠDzԱDzḚ●ЌЌ●ЌḚḶСAⓈŐЋDz╗ĠDzŐAC●ⓈƆОḶ●Ќ╗ḶСÛĠ●ĠԱDzAŐƆƆḶⓈ╗Ġฌ
xx¤xㅡƥxฎफÛDzƆ╗⊿ฌ

╗ĠDzЌDz ՁDzAЋ●ЌḚ ƆA●C ÛDzƆ╗ Ձ●ЌDz AЌC AՁḶЌḚ ╗ĠDz AŐ ḶС A ⓈŐЋDz ╗Ḷ ╗ĠDz Ő●ḚĠ╗ฌ
ӧḶЌAЋDz ƆḶⓈ╗ĠÛDzƆ╗DzŐՁỏ ĠAЋ●ЌḚ A ŐAC●ⓈƆ ḶС ㅡㄦ㈠ㄦx СDzDz╗ⓒ ╗ĠŐḶⓈḚĠ AЌ ●ЌՁⓈCDzCฌ
AЌḚՁDz ḶС ㅡฎ¤ㄦฎƥx″फⓒ AЌ AŐ C●Ɔ╗AЌDz ḶС ̶ฎ㈠ฎɱ СDzDz╗ ╗Ḷ A ОḶ●Ќ╗ ḶС ŐDzЋDzŐƆDzฌ
ⓈŐЋA╗ⓈŐDz╗ĠDzŐAC●ⓈƆОḶ●Ќ╗ḶСÛĠ●ĠԱDzAŐƆЌḶŐ╗Ġㅡɱ¤xธƥ‫ں‬ㅡफDzAƆ╗⊿ฌ

╗ĠDzЌDzAՁḶЌḚ╗ĠDzAŐḶСAⓈŐЋDz╗Ḷ╗ĠDzՁDzС╗ӧḶЌAЋDzЌḶŐ╗ĠDzAƆ╗DzŐՁỏĠAЋ●ЌḚฌ
A ŐAC●ⓈƆ ḶС ‫ں‬ɱ㈠ㄦx СDzDz╗ⓒ ╗ĠŐḶⓈḚĠ AЌ ●ЌՁⓈCDzC AЌḚՁDz ḶС ㅡฎ¤̶ㅡƥㄦฎफⓒ AЌ AŐ C●Ɔ╗AЌDzฌ
ḶС‫ں‬″㈠ㄦ̶СDzDz╗⊿ฌ

╗ĠDzЌDzƆḶⓈ╗Ġฎɱ¤̶ธƥㅡㅡफDzAƆ╗ⓒ‫ں‬ฎx㈠‫ں‬ɱСDzDz╗╗Ḷ╗ĠDzԱDzḚ●ЌЌ●ЌḚḶСAⓈŐЋDz╗ĠDzŐAC●ⓈƆฌ
ОḶ●Ќ╗ḶСÛĠ●ĠԱDzAŐƆƆḶⓈ╗Ġฎՙ¤‫ں‬xɸธㅡ㈚DzAƆ╗⊿ฌ

╗ĠDzЌDzAՁḶЌḚ╗ĠDzAŐḶСAⓈŐЋDz╗Ḷ╗ĠDzՁDzС╗ӧḶЌAЋDzЌḶŐ╗ĠDzAƆ╗DzŐՁỏĠAЋ●ЌḚฌ
A ŐAC●ⓈƆ ḶС ㅡㄦ㈠ㄦx СDzDz╗ⓒ ╗ĠŐḶⓈḚĠ AЌ ●ЌՁⓈCDzC AЌḚՁDz ḶС ̶x¤ㅡㅡƥ‫ں‬ㄦफⓒ AЌ AŐ C●Ɔ╗AЌDzฌ
ḶСธㅡ㈠ㅡ‫ں‬СDzDz╗╗Ḷ╗ĠDzƆḶⓈ╗ĠՁ●ЌDzḶСƆA●CḚḶЋDzŐЌҜDzЌ╗ՁḶ╗ธธ⊿ฌ

╗ĠDzЌDz AՁḶЌḚ ƆA●C ƆḶⓈ╗Ġ Ձ●ЌDzⓒ ЌḶŐ╗Ġ ฎɱ¤̶ธƥㅡㅡफ ÛDzƆ╗ⓒ ธ̶ㅡ㈠̶″ СDzDz╗ ╗Ḷ ╗ĠDzฌ
ƆḶⓈ╗ĠÛDzƆ╗ḶŐЌDzŐḶСƆA●CḚḶЋDzŐЌҜDzЌ╗ՁḶ╗ธธ⊿ฌ

ОŴ‫֭ف‬‫ں‬ਙ⑾ธฌ
Őħ֭‫▷ש‬ਙ่к‫ש‬ħ่‫ف‬ⓒ̶x″xDzОਙ‫ש‬Ő₡㈠ⓒƆħ‫֭ש‬‫ںں‬xⓒՁŴЋ֭‫ف‬ŴⓒЌ֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ₡Ŵฎɱ‫ں‬ธxⓒОγ̬ՙxธ㈠ㄦธ‫̶̶ֱں‬ㄦㄦฌ
Оγ̬ ՙxธ㈠ㄦธ‫̶̶ֱں‬ㄦㄦ

ОŐİֱՙㅡธㅡธ
xฎ゜ธธ゜‫ں‬ฎ
VAC-74260
╗ĠDzЌDz AՁḶЌḚ ╗ĠDz ÛDzƆ╗ Ձ●ЌDz ḶС ƆA●C ḚḶЋDzŐЌҜDzЌ╗ ՁḶ╗ ธธⓒ ЌḶŐ╗Ġ xx¤xㅡƥxฎफ DzAƆ╗ⓒฌ
ㅡㄦ㈠ㄦxСDzDz╗╗Ḷ╗ĠDzОḶ●Ќ╗ḶСԱDzḚ●ЌЌ●ЌḚ⊿ฌ

ḶЌ╗A●Ќ●ЌḚ″xㅡㅡƆỢⓈAŐDzСDzDz╗ҜḶŐDzḶŐՁDzƆƆ㈠ฌ

ԱAƆ●ƆḶСԱDzAŐ●ЌḚƆฌ
ЌḶŐ╗ĠฎɱƥㅡՙƥxxफÛDzƆ╗ⓒԱDz●ЌḚ╗ĠDzƆḶⓈ╗ĠՁ●ЌDzḶС╗ĠDzƆḶⓈ╗ĠÛDzƆ╗ỢⓈAŐ╗DzŐӧƆÛ‫゜ں‬ㅡỏḶС
╗ĠDzƆḶⓈ╗ĠÛDzƆ╗ỢⓈAŐ╗DzŐӧƆÛ‫゜ں‬ㅡỏƆDz╗●ḶЌ‫ں‬ɱⓒ╗ḶÛЌƆĠ●О‫ں‬ɱƆḶⓈ╗ĠⓒŐAЌḚDz″xDzAƆ╗㈠ฌ
Ҝ㈠C㈠Ҝ㈠ⓒ●╗ḶСՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒḶⓈЌ╗ḶСՁAŐⓒƆ╗A╗DzḶСЌDzЋACAAƆƆĠḶÛЌԱҜAОฌ
ŐDzḶŐCDzC●ЌС●ՁDz‫ں‬″xⓒОAḚDzՙՙḶСƆⓈŐЋDzƆⓒՁAŐḶⓈЌ╗ⓒЌDzЋACAḶСС●●AՁฌ
ŐDzḶŐCƆ㈠ฌ

DzŐ●İ㈠Ő●Dz╗ΎⓒОՁƆฌ
ЌDzЋACAՁ●DzЌƆDzЌḶ㈠‫ں‬″̶ㄦxฌ

Ő●Dz╗ΎḶЌƆⓈՁ╗●ЌḚฌ
̶x″xDzОḶƆ╗ŐC㈠ⓒƆⓈ●╗Dz‫ںں‬xฌ
ՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฎɱ‫ں‬ธxฌ
ОĠḶЌDz̬ՙxธ㈠ㄦธ‫̶̶ֱں‬ㄦㄦฌ

ОŴ‫֭ف‬ธਙ⑾ธฌ

ОŐİֱՙㅡธㅡธ
VAC-74260 xฎ゜ธธ゜‫ں‬ฎ
VAC-74260

ОŐİֱՙㅡธㅡธ
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ОŐİֱՙㅡธㅡธ
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VAC-74260
VAC-74260 [PRJ-74242] - VACATION - APPLICANT/OWNER: MEQ HUALAPAI, LLC
SOUTH OF DEER SPRINGS WAY, EAST OF HUALAPAI WAY
08/31/18
ОŐİֱՙㅡธㅡธ
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VAC-74260
Agenda Item No.: 18.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ROC-74246 - REVIEW OF CONDITION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: OLYMPIA
COMPANIES - OWNER: SECTION 12, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Review of
Condition of an approved Tentative Map (TMP-65803) TO AMEND CONDITION #21 WHICH
STATES, "A DRAINAGE PLAN AND TECHNICAL DRAINAGE STUDY MUST BE
SUBMITTED TO AND APPROVED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS PRIOR
TO THE RECORDATION OF EACH FINAL MAP WHICH CREATES INDIVIDUAL "POD"
DEVELOPMENTS OR THE SUBMITTAL OF ANY CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS
PROPOSING TO CONSTRUCT VILLAGE STREET, WHICHEVER MAY OCCUR FIRST.
PROVIDE AND IMPROVE ALL DRAINAGEWAYS RECOMMENDED IN THE
APPROVED DRAINAGE PLANS/STUDIES. THE MASTER 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
PLANS/STUDIES CONCURRENT WITH DEVELOPMENT OF THIS SITE." on 1,502 acres
at the northeast corner of Grand Teton Drive and Puli Drive (APNs Multiple), T-D (Traditional
Development) Zone, Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74174]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 11/21/2018


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

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 0 Planning Commission Mtg. 1
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. Planning Commission Approval Letter - TMP-65803 [PRJ-65791]
6. Planning Commission Approval Letter - TMP-53058 [PRJ-52975]
7. Justification Letter
8. Support Comment Form
ROC-74246 [PRJ-74174]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: OLYMPIA COMPANIES - OWNER: SECTION
12, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
ROC-74246 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 50

NOTICES MAILED 3,598

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 1

NE
ROC-74246 [PRJ-74174]
Conditions Page One
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** CONDITIONS **

ROC-74246 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Conformance to the Conditions of Approval for Tentative Map (TMP-65803) shall


Be required, except as amended herein.

2. 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.

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

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

Public Works

5. Condition of Approval number twenty-one (#21) of Tentative Map (TMP-65803)


shall be revised to read as follows:

“The Director of Public Works shall have sole discretion to require the submittal,
and approval, of a Technical Drainage Study prior to the recordation of each
Development Phase Final Map. Public Drainage Easements needed to
construct Interim and Master Plan Facilities must be granted prior to or
concurrent with the recordation of each Development Phase Final Map. Permit
issuance is subject to the requirements of the Development Agreement.”

NE
ROC-74246 [PRJ-74174]
Staff Report Page One
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request for a Review of Condition of Tentative Map (TMP-65803) Condition of


Approval number twenty-one (21) which approved an 86-lot mixed-use parent Tentative
Map encompassing approximately 1,502 acres within the Skye Canyon master plan
area.

ISSUES

· Condition number twenty-one (21) of Tentative Map (TMP-65803) requires a


drainage plan and technical drainage study prior to the recordation of each Final
Map which creates individual “pod” developments.

ANALYSIS

On September 13, 2016 the Planning Commission approved a request for a Tentative
Map (TMP-65803) for an 86-lot mixed-use parent Tentative Map encompassing
approximately 1,502 acres within the Skye Canyon master plan area.

At the time of approval, the Department of Public Works recommended Condition of


Approval number twenty-one (21) which states:

“A Drainage Plan and Technical Drainage Study must be submitted to and approved by
the Department of Public Works prior to the recordation of each Final Map which
creates individual “Pod” Developments or the submittal of any construction drawings
proposing to construct Village Street, whichever may occur first. Provide and improve
all drainageways recommended in the approved drainage plans/studies. The Master
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 Plans/Studies concurrent with
development of this site.”

The applicant accepted the recommended conditions of approval and the Planning
Commission approved the requested Tentative Map with all recommended conditions.

NE
ROC-74246 [PRJ-74174]
Staff Report Page Two
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

As stated in the justification letter, the applicant has submitted and received approval of
a master drainage study, and is requesting to defer the requirement of a technical
drainage study for each of the 86 parcels until time of development.

FINDINGS (ROC-74246)

The applicant is proposing a change to this condition in how it relates to the creation of the
parent lots. Staff recommends approval to the following revised condition:

“The Director of Public Works shall have sole discretion to require the submittal, and
approval, of a Technical Drainage Study prior to the recordation of each Development
Phase Final Map. Public Drainage Easements needed to construct Interim and Master
Plan Facilities must be granted prior to or concurrent with the recordation of each
Development Phase Final Map. Permit issuance is subject to the requirements of the
Development Agreement.”

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc.


The City Council approved a request for a Rezoning (ZON-20543)
from U (Undeveloped) [TND (Traditional Neighborhood Development)
General Plan Designation] and R-E (Residence Estates) to T-D
(Traditional Development) on 1,712 acres at the southwest corner of
05/16/07
Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. The Kyle Canyon
Development Standards and Design Guidelines were approved as part
of this action. The Planning Commission and staff recommended
approval.
The City Council adopted Ordinance No. 5910, thereby adopting the
05/16/07 Development Agreement between Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC and
the City of Las Vegas.
The City Council approved a request regarding the amending of the
Development Agreement (DIR-42266) for the Kyle Canyon
Development on approximately 1,662 acres at the southwest corner of
11/16/11
Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. Planning Commission and
staff recommended approval. The Development Agreement (Doc.
#201206260000001) was recorded on 06/26/12.
The City Council approved a request or possible action on a request
for required review (DIR-54776) of a development report as required
08/06/14 by Subsection 9.01 of that certain Development Agreement between
the city of Las Vegas and Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC dated
August 8, 2007. Staff recommended approval.

NE
ROC-74246 [PRJ-74174]
Staff Report Page Three
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc.


The City Council approved a Directors Business Item (DIR-57816) for
the 2nd amendment to the Kyle Canyon Development agreement.
04/15/15
The Planning Commission and Staff recommended approval on
03/10/15.
The City Council approved a Director’s Business Item (DIR-59826)
regarding the adoption of a parks agreement accompanying the 2 nd
07/15/15
amendment to the Sky Canyon development agreement. The
Planning Commission and staff recommend approval.
The City Council approved a Directors Business Item (DIR-63962) for
the 3rd amendment to the Kyle Canyon Development agreement.
07/20/16
The Planning Commission and staff recommended approval on
06/14/16.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


11/07/13 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Pre-Application Meeting
Staff conducted a pre-application meeting via telephone and email to
08/13/18
discuss the submittal requirements for a Review of Condition.

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

Field Check
Staff observed the Master Plan Area of Skye Canyon during a routine
08/30/18
field check. Nothing of concern was noted by staff.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Gross Acres 1,502

NE
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Staff Report Page Four
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Planned or Special
Surrounding Existing Land Use Existing Zoning
Land Use
Property Per Title 19.12 District
Designation
TND (Traditional
Skye Canyon T-D (Traditional
Subject Site Neighborhood
Master Plan Area Development)
Development)
PCD (Planned
Community
Development) &
North Undeveloped U (Undeveloped)
TND (Traditional
Neighborhood
Development)
PD (Planned
PCD (Planned
Undeveloped/Single Development) /R-
South Community
Family Residential PD(Residential Planned
Development)
Development)
PCD (Planned
Community
PD (Planned
Development)/L
Undeveloped/Single Development) /R-
East (Low Density
Family, Detached PD(Residential Planned
Residential)/ ML
Development)
(Medium Low
Density Residential)
PF (Schools,
Churches, Public
R-U (Rural Open Land
Facilities – Clark
West Undeveloped – Clark County) U
County)/PCD
(Undeveloped)
(Planned Community
Development)

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


Skye Canyon Master Plan Y
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
T-D (Traditional Development) District Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails (Skye Canyon) Y
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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ROC-74246
ROC-74246 [PRJ-74174] - REVIEW OF CONDITION - APPLICANT: OLYMPIA COMPANIES - OWNER: SECTION 12,
LLC
NORTHEAST CORNER OF GRAND TETON DRIVE AND PULI DRIVE
08/30/18
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From: noreply@formstack.com
To: Planning Comments
Subject: Planning Application Comments Form
Date: Sunday, September 30, 2018 5:58:19 PM

Formstack Submission For: Planning Application


Comments Form_2018
Submitted at 09/30/18 5:58 PM

Planning Application Number: 74246

Position: I Support

Name: Sharon Yang

8475 Skye Walk Ct


Residential or Business Address:
Las Vegas, NV 89166

Copyright © 2018 Formstack, LLC. All rights reserved. This is a customer service email.
Formstack, 8604 Allisonville Road, Suite 300, Indianapolis, IN 46250
Agenda Item No.: 19.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - GPA-72732 - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: C-SWDE348, LLC - For possible action on a request for a General Plan
Amendment FROM: PCD (PLANNED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT) TO: ML (MEDIUM
LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) on 44.52 acres at the southwest corner of the Moccasin Road
and Rainbow Boulevard alignments (APN 125-03-501-001), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-72720]. Staff
recommends DENIAL.

C.C.: 11/21/2018

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 4 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends DENIAL

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Staff Report - GPA-72732 and ZON-72733 [PRJ-72720]
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s) - GPA-72732 and ZON-72733 [PRJ-72720]
5. Justification Letter - GPA-72732 and ZON-72733 [PRJ-72720]
6. School Development Tracking Form - Submitted by Clark County School District
7. Protest (4) Postcards and Documentation Not Vetted - Protest (4) E-Comment Log for GPA-
72732 and ZON-72733 [PRJ-72720]
GPA-72732 AND ZON-72733 [PRJ-72720]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: C-SWDE348, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
GPA-72732 Staff recommends DENIAL.
ZON-72733 Staff recommends DENIAL. GPA-72732

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 4

NOTICES MAILED 47 - GPA-72732 and ZON-72733

PROTESTS 7 - GPA-72732 and ZON-72733

APPROVALS 0 - GPA-72732 and ZON-72733

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GPA-72732 AND ZON-72733 [PRJ-72720]
Staff Report Page One
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request for a General Plan Amendment from PCD (Planned Community
Development) to ML (Medium Low Density Residential); and a request to Rezone from
R-E (Residence Estates) to R-SL (Residential Small Lot) on 44.52 acres located
adjacent to the Moccasin Road and Rainbow Boulevard alignments as defined by the
Master Plan of Streets and Highways.

ISSUES

· The subject site abuts a national monument along the west, south, and east
property lines.
· There are no developed roadways or access to public utilities to service the
subject site; a right-of-way grant would be required from the National Park
Service in order to construct right-of-way through the national monument.

ANALYSIS

The subject 44.52 acres is an undeveloped parcel of land located within the Centennial
Hills Sector of the General Plan. The subject site abuts a Clark County flood channel to
the north, and the Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument along the west, south,
and east property lines.

The Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument was established as the 405th unit of
the National Park Service on December 19, 2014. The monument was established to
"conserve, protect, interpret and enhance for the benefit of present and future
generations the unique and nationally important paleontological, scientific, educational
and recreational resources and values of the land." The paleontological period
represented at Tule Springs ranges from 200,000 to 3,000 years ago, and is rich with
significant paleontological resources from the ice age, including the Columbian
Mammoth, extinct horses, camels and bison, and the dire wolf. The monument spans
22,650 acres along the northeastern edge of US Highway 95 north of the master plan
area of Aliante to Creech Air Force Base.

Currently, the City’s Master Plan of Streets and Highways depicts the Moccasin Road
alignment along the northern portion of the site with a companion Multi-Use Non-
Equestrian Trail. This alignment was established by the City of Las Vegas in 2003 and
has not been re-visited since the designation of the national monument in 2014.

NE
GPA-72732 AND ZON-72733 [PRJ-72720]
Staff Report Page Two
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Currently the subject site is not accessed by any roadway, nor is it serviced by public
utilities. In order for a roadway to be constructed, and utilities extended, right-of-way
would have to be granted by the National Park Service to construct such infrastructure
within a national monument. The lack of roads and utilities prohibits the property owner
from developing the property at this time.

General Plan Amendment


The lack of access to the subject site indicates the prematurity of this General Plan
Amendment and Rezoning request as it typifies “Leap Frog” development. Development
on this site would require the extension of public facilities through undeveloped lands
since the nearest residential development is approximately three-quarters of a mile
away.

The current General Plan designation of PCD (Planned Community Development)


allows a mix of residential uses that maintain an average overall density ranging from
two to eight dwelling units per gross acre, depending upon compatibility with adjacent
uses (e.g. a density of two units per acre will be required when adjacent to DR
designated property). The nearest development to the subject site consist of R-PD2
(Residential Planned Development – 2 Units per Acre) to the west, R-PD3 (Residential
Planned Development – 3 Units per Acre) to the south, and large, two-acre home sites
zoned R-E [(Rural Estates Residential District) Clark County]. The current General Plan
designation of PCD (Planned Community Development) is compatible with the existing
residential development in the area as it would dictate a maximum density of no more
than 3 units per acre to be compatible with development in the area.

The proposed ML (Medium Low Density Residential) General Plan designation allows
up to 8 dwelling units per gross acre, and would allow a range of residential housing
including, single family detached homes, including compact lots and zero lot lines;
mobile home parks and two-family dwellings. This General Plan designation would
support multiple zoning districts including R-SL (Single Family Small Lot Residential),
R-CL (Single Family Compact-Lot), and R-MH (Mobile/Manufactured Home), which
would not be compatible with the existing development in the area.

It is the purpose and intent of the City Council that Title 19:
· maintains through orderly growth and development the character and stability of
present and future land use and development in the City;
· manages the orderly and efficient provisions of adequate levels of public facilities
and services necessary to support planned development;
· ensure that required on-site and off-site dedications and public improvements are
properly installed or guaranteed; and
· prevent the impacts of both overcrowding of land and undue concentrations of
population as well as the negative effects of leapfrogging sprawl and
underutilization of land and property.

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GPA-72732 AND ZON-72733 [PRJ-72720]
Staff Report Page Three
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

In addition, The Las Vegas 2020 Master Plan contains numerous goals, objectives, and
policies pertaining directly and indirectly to conservation. One of which is to, “create an
inventory of any archeological resources within boundaries of proposed development
and make efforts to preserve any significant resources that are discovered.”

Staff finds the requested General Plan Amendment to be premature and incompatible
with the existing development in the area; therefore, staff is recommending denial of the
amendment request.

Rezoning
The subject site is currently zoned R-E (Residence Estates) which allows low density
residential units on large lots in order to convey a rural environment. This zoning district
requires a minimum lot size of 20,000 square feet. The applicant is proposing to rezone
the subject site to R-SL (Single Family Small Lot Residential) which requires a minimum
lot size of 4,500 square feet.

The closest parcel not part of the national monument is approximately 1,300 linear feet
from the subject site and is also zoned R-E (Residence Estates). Rezoning the subject
site to R-SL (Single Family Small Lot Residential) would allow a residential density that
is incompatible with the surrounding land uses which are rural in nature.

The approval of a General Plan Amendment and Rezoning application that would allow
the development of up to 356.16 residential units across a 45 acre site with no
roadways and/or utilities, nor a viable mechanism of extending such facilities is not
reflective of the goals, objectives, or policies of the Las Vegas 2020 Master Plan, or the
purpose and intent of Title 19; therefore, staff is also recommending denial of the
Rezoning request.

FINDINGS (GPA-72732)

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 density and intensity proposed is not compatible with the existing R-E
(Residence Estates), R-PD2 (Residential Planned Development – 2 Units per
Acre), R-PD3 (Residential Planned Development – 3 Units per Acre), and R-E
[(Rural Estates Residential District) Clark County] residentially zoned
developments found in this portion of the Northwest Sector, nor is it compatible
with the adjacent Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument.

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GPA-72732 AND ZON-72733 [PRJ-72720]
Staff Report Page Four
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

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


compatible with the existing adjacent land uses or zoning districts,

The ML (Medium Low Density Residential) General Plan designation supports


such zoning districts as R-SL (Single Family Small Lot Residential), R-CL
(Single Family Compact-Lot), and R-MH (Mobile/Manufactured Home). These
zoning districts are too intense and incompatible with the existing R-E
(Residence Estates), R-PD2 (Residential Planned Development – 2 Units per
Acre), R-PD3 (Residential Planned Development – 3 Units per Acre), and R-E
[(Rural Estates Residential District) Clark County] zoning districts that currently
govern land use in this portion of the Northwest Sector, nor is it compatible with
the adjacent Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument.

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


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

There are no transportation or utility facilities to accommodate the proposed


residential densities permitted by the proposed ML (Medium Low Density
Residential) General Plan designation. In order to construct roadways to provide
access, right-of-way would need to be granted by the National Park Service in
order to build a roadway and provide utilities to the subject site within the national
monument.

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


policies.

The Las Vegas 2020 Master Plan contains numerous goals, objectives, and
policies pertaining directly and indirectly to conservation. One of which is to,
“create an inventory of any archeological resources within boundaries of proposed
development and make efforts to preserve any significant resources that are
discovered.” The approval of a General Plan Amendment and rezoning
application that would require federal right-of-way grants through a national
monument in order to construct the necessary infrastructure to service any future
development does not conform to the Master Plan goals, objectives, and policies.

In addition, on September 28, 2010, the Southern Nevada Regional Planning


Coalition (SNRPC) amended the Conservation, Open Space, and Natural
Resource Element of the Southern Nevada Regional Policy Plan that identified
four regional priorities. One of those priorities included “the coordination of
regional efforts to manage and preserve national resources.” The approval of
these requests do not support applicable adopted plans and policies as it
require future federal right-of-way grants to disturb a national resource for
roadways and utilities.

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FINDINGS (ZON-72733)

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.

If approved, the requested R-SL (Residential Small Lot) would conform to the
proposed ML (Medium Low Density Residential).

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.

A residential development is not compatible with the surrounding Tule Springs


Fossil Beds National Monument, as it would be necessary for the National Park
Service to issue right-of-way grants through the national monument in order to
provide both roadways and utilities to the subject site.

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

Growth and development factors in the community do not indicate the need for
“leap frog” development that would require would require the extension of public
facilities through undeveloped lands and grants from the National Park Service to
install such facilities through a national monument.

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.

There are no street or highway facilities that provide access to the subject site. In
order to construct roadways to provide access a right-of-way grant would need to
be granted by the National Park Service in order to build a roadway within the
national monument.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc.


The Planning Commission voted (6-0) to hold GPA-73732 and ZON-
04/10/18 73733 [PRJ-72720] in ABEYANCE to the July 10, 2018 Planning
Commission meeting.

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Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc.


The Planning Commission voted (6-0) to hold GPA-73732 and ZON-
07/10/18 73733 [PRJ-72720] in ABEYANCE to the October 9, 2018 Planning
Commission meeting.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


01/25/11 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
Staff conducted a pre-application meeting followed up by a second pre-
01/11/18
application meeting where the submittal requirements for both a Planned
And
Community Development and a General Plan Amendment/Rezoning
02/20/18
application were discussed.

Neighborhood Meeting
Date: Thursday, March 15, 2018
Start Time: 5:30 p.m.
End Time: 6:30 p.m.

Attendees:
Two representatives for the applicant.
One representative from the Ward 6 Council office.
One representative from the Department of Planning.
Approximately 33 members of the public (neighbors).
03/15/18
Meeting Results:

· None of the neighbors in attendance were in support of the


proposed General Plan Amendment and Rezoning application.
· The neighbors questioned the validity of the Moccasin Drive
alignment demonstrated on the City map (Master Plan of
Streets and Highways).
· The neighbors feel any development this close to the national
monument is not compatible, not harmonious, and very
inappropriate.

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Field Check
Staff observed the approximate area of the undeveloped subject site
03/01/18 during a routine field check and noted there is no access (roadway) to
the subject site.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Gross Acres 44.52

Existing Land
Surrounding Planned or Special Existing Zoning
Use Per Title
Property Land Use Designation District
19.12
PCD (Planned
Subject R-E (Residence
Undeveloped Community
Property Estates)
Development)
Clark County Clark County Clark County
North
Flood Channel Flood Channel Flood Channel
Tule Springs
PR-OS
Fossil Beds R-E (Residence
South (Parks/Recreation/Open
National Estates)
Space)
Monument
Tule Springs
PR-OS
Fossil Beds
East (Parks/Recreation/Open C-V (Civic)
National
Space)
Monument
Tule Springs
PR-OS
Fossil Beds R-E (Residence
West (Parks/Recreation/Open
National Estates)
Space)
Monument

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


No Applicable Master Plan Area N/A
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
No Applicable Special Area or Overlay Districts N/A

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Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance


Trails – Multi-Use Non-Equestrian Trail 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
*A Multi-Use Non-Equestrian Trial will be required on the Moccasin alignment, and will
be required on any Tentative Map along the trail alignment.

Existing General Plan Permitted Density Units Allowed


PCD
2 – 8 du/gross acre 89.04 – 356.16
(Planned Community Development)
Proposed General Plan Permitted Density Units Allowed
ML
5.6 – 8 du/gross acre 249.31 – 356.16
(Medium Low Density Residential)
Existing Zoning Permitted Density Units Allowed
R-E 20,000 SF
96.96
(Residence Estates) Minimum Lot Size
Proposed Zoning Permitted Density Units Allowed
R-SL 4,500 SF
430.95
(Single Family Small Lot Residential) Minimum Lot Size

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TND

MOCCASIN RD

SUBJECT
CHESTNUT SWEET ST

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PROPERTY
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PR-OS

PF

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RNP

FROM PCD TO ML
General Plan Amendment
RNP - Rural Neighborhood MLA - Medium - Low Attached GTC - Tourist Commercial PF-CC Public Facility
Preservation
LVMD - Las Vegas Medical
Clark County 1500' Buffer
RE - Rural Estates M - Medium
District TC - Town Center
GIS maps are normally produced

DR - Desert Rural
H - High LI/R - Light Industrial / Research City Limits only to meet the needs of the City.
RC - Resource Conservation Due to continuous development activity
PCD - Planned Community this map is for reference only.
R - Rural O - Office Geographic Information System
Development C - Downtown - Commercial
Not City Planning & Development Dept.
702-229-6301
L - Low SC - Service Commercial PR-OS - Park/Recreation/
MXU - Downtown - Mixed Use
Open Space Date: Thursday, March 01, 2018
GC - General Commercial TND - Tradional Neighborhood
Subject Property
ML - Medium - Low PF - Public Facility
Development
GPA-72732 [PRJ-72720] - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT RELATED TO ZON-72733 - APPLICANT/OWNER: C-
SWDE348, LLC
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE MOCCASIN ROAD AND RAINBOW BOULEVARD ALIGNMENTS
03/05/18
GPA-72732 [PRJ-72720] - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT RELATED TO ZON-72733 - APPLICANT/OWNER: C-
SWDE348, LLC
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE MOCCASIN ROAD AND RAINBOW BOULEVARD ALIGNMENTS
03/05/18
GPA-72732 [PRJ-72720] - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT RELATED TO ZON-72733 - APPLICANT/OWNER: C-
SWDE348, LLC
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE MOCCASIN ROAD AND RAINBOW BOULEVARD ALIGNMENTS
03/05/18
GPA-72732 [PRJ-72720] - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT RELATED TO ZON-72733 - APPLICANT/OWNER: C-
SWDE348, LLC
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE MOCCASIN ROAD AND RAINBOW BOULEVARD ALIGNMENTS
03/05/18
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GPA-72732 AND ZON-72733 - REVISED


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Agenda Item No.: 20.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - ZON-72733 - REZONING RELATED TO GPA-72732 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: C-SWDE348, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Rezoning
FROM: R-E (RESIDENCE ESTATES) TO: R-SL (RESIDENTIAL SMALL LOT) on 44.52
acres at the southwest corner of the Moccasin Road and Rainbow Boulevard alignments (APN
125-03-501-001), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-72720]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

C.C.: 11/21/2018

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 4 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends DENIAL

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Consolidated Backup
2. Location and Aerial Maps
3. Supporting Documentation
Consistent with the City’s
sustainability efforts to reduce
paper use, backup
documentation pertaining to
related items will appear as
backup under the first item. This
item includes such consolidated
backup documentation. Please
refer to the first related
application in the subject line of
the Agenda Summary Page.
ZON-72733

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Agenda Item No.: 21.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - RENOTIFICATION - VAR-72894 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT: MY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION - OWNER: SKY POINTE NINETY-
FIVE, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW 108 PARKING
SPACES WHERE 132 ARE REQUIRED on 3.78 acres on the east side of Sky Pointe Drive,
approximately 1,350 feet south of Elkhorn Road (APN 125-21-202-001), T-C (Town Center)
Zone [SX-TC (Suburban Mixed Use - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6
(Fiore) [PRJ-72672]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 11/21/2018


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

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 33 Planning Commission Mtg. 2
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends DENIAL, if approved, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps - VAR-72894 and SDR-72896 [PRJ-72672]
2. Conditions and Staff Report - VAR-72894 and SDR-72896 [PRJ-72672]
3. Supporting Documentation - VAR-72894 and SDR-72896 [PRJ-72672]
4. Photo(s) - VAR-72894 and SDR-72896 [PRJ-72672]
5. Justification Letter - VAR-72894 and SDR-72896 [PRJ-72672]
6. Protest (30)/Support (2) Postcards and Documentation Not Vetted - Protest (11) Comment
Forms for VAR-72894 and SDR-73896 [PRJ-73672], Comment Forms (5) for VAR-73894
[PRJ-73672] and Altered Postcards (3)
VAR-72894 AND SDR-72896 [PRJ-72672]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: MY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION - OWNER:
SKY POINTE NINETY-FIVE, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
VAR-72894 Staff recommends DENIAL, if approved subject to
conditions:
SDR-72896 Staff recommends DENIAL, if approved subject to VAR-72894
conditions:

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 30

NOTICES MAILED 556 - VAR-72894 and SDR-72896

PROTESTS 36 - VAR-72894
36 - SDR-72896

APPROVALS 1 - VAR-72894 and SDR-72896

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** CONDITIONS **

VAR-72894 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Approval of and conformance to the Conditions of Approval for Site


Development Plan Review (SDR-72896) 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 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.

SDR-72896 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Approval of and conformance to the Conditions of Approval for Variance (VAR-


72894) 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 and landscape plan
date stamped 08/23/18; building elevations date stamped 08/23/18 and
08/27/18; and garage elevations date stamped 09/25/18, except as amended by
conditions herein.

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4. All roof mounted equipment or other obtrusive features shall be screened from
view on all sides by a parapet wall or architectural feature that goes around all
sides of the building and from the top, painted to match the roof or parapet.

5. The following exterior materials are prohibited: mirrored glass; wood and asphalt
shingles; corrugated fiberglass; exposed, unfinished tilt-up concrete; plastic
laminate; and neon.

6. A materials board demonstrating color, texture and all material types proposed
shall be submitted to the Planning department for approval prior to building
permits being issued.

7. Perimeter and retaining walls shall be composed of 100 percent decorative


material in accordance with the standards of the city of Las Vegas and shall
include 20 percent contrasting material and color. Neither contrasting texture of
the same material nor light to dark variations of the same color are permitted.

8. A Waiver from Town Center development standards is hereby approved, to


allow three and four story buildings where two stories are the maximum allowed.

9. 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.

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

11. 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 include the following
changes from the conceptual landscape plan:
· Trees shall be provided 20 feet on center in accordance with the Town
Center Development Standards.
· Four, five-gallon shrubs shall be planted for every required tree. The plant
species shall be in compliance with the Town Center Development
Standards.
· Four types of trees shall be used in combination throughout Town Center
perimeter landscape buffer areas:
a. Palm Tree: Washingtonia Robusta Hybrid (Mexican Fan Palm), at
least 25 feet in height at the time of installation.

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b. Shade Tree: Fraxinus Velutina Rio Grande (Rio Grande Ash), at least
36 inch box or greater in size, with a minimum three inch caliper
diameter at six inches above grade at time of installation.
c. Accent Tree: Chitalpa Tashkentensis (Chitalpa), at least 36 inch box
or greater in size, with a minimum three inch caliper diameter at six
inches above grade at time of installation.
d. Flowering Tree: Robinia Ambigua “Purple Robe” (Purple Robe
Locust), at least 36 inch box or greater in size, with a minimum three
inch caliper diameter at six inches above grade at time of installation.

12. 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.

13. A revised site plan shall be submitted for approval by the City of Las Vegas prior
to the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy for any building on the site and
prior to the issuance of any sign permits, which meets the requirements of IFC
503 regarding the proposed entry access gates.

14. 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.

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

Public Works

16. Dedicate 80-feet of right-of-way adjacent to this site for Sky Pointe Drive and
any additional right-of-way required to transition from the Town Center Frontage
Road to the south and the Town Center Arterial to the north prior to the issuance
of any permits. Additionally, grant a 20-foot Multi-Use Non-Equestrian Trail
Easement along the north side of this site, prior to issuance of any permits.

17. Construct full street improvements per Title 19.04.120.B (streetlights without
sidewalk on the west side) on Sky Pointe Drive as a transition from the Town
Center Frontage Road to the south to the Town Center Arterial to the north
concurrent with on-site development activities. Prior to the issuance of any
permits, meet with Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) to coordinate
the construction of Sky Point Drive. Unless otherwise directed by NDOT,
construct full street improvements on Sky Point Drive as a required by this
condition concurrent with the development of this site. Additionally, construct
the Multi-Use Non Equestrian Trail per Trails Element Standards to be
maintained by the property owner concurrent with the development of this site.

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18. Unless otherwise allowed by the City Engineer, construct sidewalk on at least
one side of all access drives connecting this site to the adjacent public streets
concurrent with development of this site. The connecting sidewalk shall extend
from the sidewalk on the public street to the first intersection of the on-site
roadway network and shall be terminated on-site with a handicap ramp.

19. The gating shown on the site plan date stamped 08/01/2018 must conform to
Standard Drawing 222.1 and be approved by Nevada Department of
Transportation (NDOT) . An alternative gating design may be allowed only if
approved by both the City Traffic Engineer and NDOT. If a Traffic Impact
Analysis (TIA) is required by NDOT, the applicant shall also submit a copy of the
TIA to the Department to the Department of Public Works.

20. 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.

21. Obtain an Occupancy Permit from the Nevada Department of Transportation


(NDOT) for all driveways or other private improvements in the Sky Pointe Dive
public right-of-way adjacent to this site prior to constructing any improvements
within NDOT jurisdiction.

22. Meet with the Fire Protection Engineering Section of the Department of Fire
Services to discuss fire requirements for the proposed use of this facility. The
design and layout of all onsite private circulation and access drives shall meet
the approval of the Department of Fire Services. Appropriate fire lanes and
turning radii shall be provided at the rear of the structure.

23. Submit a License Agreement for landscaping and private improvements in the
Sky Pointe Drive public right-of-way 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 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 (702-229-4836).

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24. 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 or submittal of any construction drawings, 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.

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** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant is proposing to construct an 82-unit apartment complex, consisting of four


and three-story buildings on approximately 3.78 acres located on the east side of Sky
Pointe Drive, approximately 1,350 feet south of Elkhorn Road.

ISSUES

· The subject site currently has an SX-TC (Suburban Mixed Use – Town Center)
special land use designation within the Centennial Hills Town Center land use plan.
· The Medium Residential (12.1–25 du/ac) use is permitted in the SX-TC (Suburban
Mixed Use – Town Center) special land use designation.
· A Variance has been requested to allow 108 parking spaces where 132 spaces are
required. Staff does not support this request.
· A Waiver from the Town Center Development Standards Manual has been
requested to allow three and four-story buildings where two stories are the maximum
allowed. Staff does not support this request.

ANALYSIS

The subject site is located in Town Center, within the SX-TC (Suburban Mixed Use).
The Suburban Mixed Use District can be characterized as being similar to the Service
Commercial District with the addition of Medium Density Residential being a permitted
use and is intended to enable development with imaginative adjacency standards.
Building and site designs which reflect a mixture of compatible land uses having either a
vertical or horizontal character will maximize employment and housing opportunities.
This district also is more reflective of suburban development than the Urban Center
Mixed Use category. Local supporting land uses such as parks, other public
recreational facilities, some schools and churches are also allowed in this district.

The applicant has proposed to develop the subject site with an apartment complex
containing 44 one-bedroom units and 38 two-bedroom units within three and four-story
buildings. As proposed, the 82-unit development will have a density of 21.69 units per
acre, which complies with Town Center Development Standards for Medium Residential
(12.1 – 25 du/ac) development, a permitted use within the SX-TC district.

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Within the Suburban Mixed-Use (SX-TC) district, developments shall be no more than
two stories in height, except on parcels with an aggregate acreage of 25 acres or more.
The applicant has proposed to construct three and four-story apartment buildings
adjacent to the western and northwestern property lines. While the Town Center
Development Standards Manual does not address residential adjacency directly, the
issue is still considered when evaluating a proposed development. In this instance, the
southeastern corner of the proposed 46-foot tall, four-story apartment building fronting
Sky Pointe Drive will be located approximately 37 feet from an existing two-story
condominium development to the east. Staff supports the Town Center Development
Standards, as they were designed and adopted to protect all inhabitants of Town
Center. Due to the proposed project’s three and four-story buildings exceeding that
height limitation set forth for the Suburban Mixed-Use (SX-TC) district and the potential
conflict the proposed height will cause with existing two-story condominiums to the east,
and the single-family residences to the northeast, staff is recommending denial of the
height Waiver request and Site Development Plan Review.

The subject site is triangular in shape with access to Sky Pointe Drive only. The
proposed buildings are to be located adjacent to the north and northwestern property
line adjacent to an existing educational campus, and the western property line adjacent
to Sky Pointe Drive. The center portion of the site consists of covered parking spaces
and a pool area for residents.

The submitted landscape plan depicts perimeter landscaping on all three sides of the
triangular site within minimal internal landscaping as a result of the parking provided
being either covered parking or located within garages. The width of the landscape
buffer provided along the Sky Pointe Drive frontage is 15 feet as required for right-of-
way adjacency. The landscape plan does not indicate the linear spacing between trees,
and a condition of approval has been added requiring a revised landscape plan
depicting conformance to both the Town Center Development Standards and Title 19.

The building materials proposed for the site are proposed to include stucco with wrought
iron railing details. The materials and design are in conformance with the requirements
of Town Center and are compatible with development in the area, but a color material
board was not submitted as part of this application and staff has added a condition of
approval requiring a color material board approved by the Planning Department prior to
the issuance of building permits.

This project will add approximately 476 trips per day on Sky Pointe Drive and Cimarron
Road. Currently, Sky Pointe Drive is at about 36 percent of capacity and Cimarron
Road is at about eight percent of capacity. With this project, Sky Pointe Drive is
expected to be at about 38 percent of capacity and Cimarron Road is expected to be at
about nine percent of capacity. Based on Peak Hour use, this development will add into
the area roughly 43 additional cars, or about three every four minutes.

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The proposed development would add approximately 11 elementary, five middle school,
and five high school students to the education system in the area. Rhodes Elementary,
Ralph Cadwallader Middle School, and Arbor View High School are operating at 122,
100 and 120 percent capacity respectively at this time.

FINDINGS (VAR-72894)

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.”

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.”

No evidence of a unique or extraordinary circumstance has been presented, in that the


applicant has created a self-imposed hardship by proposing more housing units than
they can provide parking for within the confines of the undeveloped site. Alternative
building footprints or unit totals would allow conformance to the Title 19 requirements.
In view of the absence of any hardships imposed by the site’s physical characteristics, it
is concluded that the applicant’s hardship is preferential in nature, and it is thereby
outside the realm of NRS Chapter 278 for granting of Variances.

FINDINGS (SDR-72896)

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;

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The SX-TC District limits heights to two stories due to proximity to lower intensity
uses. The subject site is surrounded by sites developed with two story
condominiums, single story dwellings, an educational campus, and a commercial
shopping center. The proposed three and four story buildings are not compatible
with the Town Center Development Standards or development in the area.

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

The proposed development is not consistent with the development standards set
forth by Town Center Development Standards for the SX-TC District. This district
limits heights to two stories due to proximity to lower intensity uses. The subject
site is surrounded by sites developed with two story condominiums, single story
dwellings, an educational campus, and a commercial shopping center. The
proposed three and four-story buildings are not compliant with the Town Center
Development Standards or compatible with development in the area.

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


neighborhood traffic;

The applicant has proposed a second driveway for the proposed development
and appropriate vehicle stacking lanes in conjunction with the proposed gated
entry in order to provide sufficient site access and prevent vehicular traffic from
stacking within the public right-of-way.

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

The building materials proposed for the site include stucco with wrought iron
railing details. The materials and design are in conformance with the
requirements of Town Center and are compatible with development in the area,
but due to the lack of a color material board, staff has added a recommended
condition of approval requiring a color material board be submitted to the
Planning department for approval prior to the issuance of building permits to
ensure compliance with the Town center Development Standards.

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 building elevations demonstrate three and four-story structures in an area that
is surrounded by single and two-story structures as required for the Suburban
Mixed-Use (SX-TC) district. The proposal of building heights that are significantly
taller than the surrounding area will not create an orderly or aesthetically pleasing
environment, and is not harmonious or compatible with development in the area.

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

If approved, the proposed development is subject to building permit review, and


regular inspections during the construction phase thus protecting the public
health, safety, and general welfare.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc.


The City Planning Commission approved a Petition to Annex (A-0003-
05/06/64 64) approximately 5,000 acres located north of Lone Mountain Road
and west of Decatur Boulevard.
The City Council approved Rezoning (Z-0076-98) on property located
within the area designated Town Center on the northwest amendment
to the General Plan from U (undeveloped), R-E (Residence Estates,
R-PD7 (Residential Planned Development – 7 Units per Acre), R-
PD11 (Residential Planned Development – 11 Units per Acre), R-
12/07/98 PD13 (Residential Planned Development – 13 Units per Acre), R-
PD18 (Residential Planned Development – 18 Units per Acre), R-CL
(Single Family Compact-Lot), C-1 (Limited Commercial), C-2 (General
Commercial), C-V (Civic) and PD (Planned Development) zones to T-
C (Town Center) on 1,468 acres. The Planning Commission
recommended approval of the request.
The applicant pulled a request for a Site Development Plan Review
(SDR-6292) for a proposed 19,530 square-foot commercial
development on 2.14 acres adjacent to the east side of Sky Pointe
Drive, approximately 1,680 feet north of Cimarron Road and south of
Dorrell Lane.
The applicant pulled a request for a Special Use Permit (SUP-6299)
for a proposed Supper Club adjacent to the east side of Sky Pointe
04/28/05 Drive, approximately 1,680 feet north of Cimarron Road and south of
Dorrell Lane.
The applicant pulled a request for a Major Modification (MOD-6342) of
the Town Center Land Use Plan of the Centennial Hills Sector Plan of
the General Plan to change the special land use designation from: SX-
TC (Suburban Mixed-Use - Town Center) to GC-TC (General
Commercial - Town Center) on 2.14 acres adjacent to the east side of
Sky Pointe Drive, approximately 1,680 feet north of Cimarron Road.
The Planning Commission voted (6-0) to hold VAR-72894 and SDR-
06/12/18 72896 [PRJ-72672] in abeyance to the August 14, 2018 Planning
Commission meeting.

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Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc.


The Planning Commission voted (6-0) to hold VAR-72894 and SDR-
08/14/18 72896 [PRJ-72672] in abeyance to the September 11, 2018 Planning
Commission meeting.
The Planning Commission voted (6-0) to hold VAR-72894 and SDR-
09/11/18 72896 [PRJ-72672] in abeyance to the October 9, 2018 Planning
Commission meeting.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


08/16/17 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
Staff conducted a routine pre-application meeting where the submittal
02/06/18 requirements for a multi-family development within Town Center were
discussed.

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

Field Check
Staff performed a routine field check where the subject undeveloped
05/03/18
lot was observed. Nothing of concern was noted by staff.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 2.48

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Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding
Use Per Title Land Use Existing Zoning District
Property
19.12 Designation
Subject
Undeveloped TC (Town Center) T-C (Town Center)
Property
Public or Private
North TC (Town Center) T-C (Town Center)
School, Secondary
Sky Pointe Drive
South Right-of-Way Right-of-Way
US 95
East Multi-Family TC (Town Center) T-C (Town Center)
Sky Pointe Drive
West Right-of-Way Right-of-Way
US 95

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


TC (Town Center) Y
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
T-C (Town Center) District *N
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Centennial Hills Sector Plan Y
Northwest Open Space Plan Y
Trails – Town Center Multi-Use Trail Y
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
* The applicant has requested Waivers of Town Center Development Standards to allow three and four story
buildings where two stories are allowed.

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS
Pursuant to the Town Center Development Standards Manual, the following
standards apply:
Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Setbacks
· Front 15 Feet 15 Feet Y
· Side (north) 10 Feet 20 Feet Y
· Side (east) 10 Feet 15 Feet Y
· Rear 20 Feet 20 Feet Y
Max. Building Height Two Stories Four Stories *N
Screened, Gated, w/ Screened, Gated, By
Trash Enclosure
a Roof or Trellis w/ a Roof or Trellis Condition
Mech. Equipment Screened Screened By Condition
*The applicant has requested a Waiver to allow three and four-story buildings where two stories are the maximum
allowed.

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Pursuant to Town Center Development Standards, the following standards apply:


Landscaping and Open Space Standards
Standards Required Provided Compliance
Ratio Trees
Buffer Trees:
· North 1 Tree / 20 Linear Feet Trail Trail Y*
· East 1 Tree / 20 Linear Feet By Condition By Condition Y**
· West 1 Tree / 20 Linear Feet By Condition By Condition Y**
By
TOTAL PERIMETER TREES By Condition Y**
Condition
1 Tree / 6 Uncovered
0 Trees
Spaces, plus 1 tree at
Parking Area Trees (All spaces 0 Trees Y
the end of each row
are covered)
of spaces
LANDSCAPE BUFFER WIDTHS
Min. Zone Width
· North 6 Feet 20 Feet Y*
· East 6 Feet 6 Feet Y
· West 15 Feet 15 Feet Y
Wall Height 6 to 8 Feet Adjacent to Residential 6 Feet Y
*The Town Center Multi-Use Trail is required adjacent to the north property line.
**A Condition of Approval has been added requiring tree spacing and species to meet
Town Center standards.

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
36 Units 1.75
(Two spaces/ 63
Medium bedroom) unit
Residential 44 Units 1.25
(One spaces/ 55
Bedroom) unit

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Parking Requirement
Gross Floor Required Provided Compliance
Area or Parking Parking
Use Parking
Number of Ratio Handi- Handi-
Regular Regular
Units capped capped
Guest 1 space/
80 Units 14
Spaces 6 units
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 132 108 *N
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required 127 5 103 5 *N
*The applicant has requested a Variance (VAR-72894) to allow 108 parking spaces where 132
are required.

Las Vegas Valley Water District Comments:


This parcel is not currently served by LVVWD. However, the
proposed development would require two separate connections
from the public water system, for reliability of fire flow. The existing
water line adjacent to this parcel is a dead-end main and only
APN 125-21-202-001 provides one connection to the public water system. A second
source of water is required to serve this development which means
extending main from a different location. Recommend the
applicant meet with LVVWD to discuss second connection options
to serve this development.

Waivers
Requirement Request Staff Recommendation
Maximum height in the SX- To allow three and
Denial
TC district is two stories four story buildings

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VAR-72894 [PRJ-72672] - VARIANCE RELATED TO SDR-72896 - APPLICANT: MY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
- OWNER: SKY POINTE NINETY-FIVE, LLC
EAST SIDE OF SKY POINTE DRIVE, SOUTH OF ELKHORN ROAD
05/06/18
VAR-72894 [PRJ-72672] - VARIANCE RELATED TO SDR-72896 - APPLICANT: MY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
- OWNER: SKY POINTE NINETY-FIVE, LLC
EAST SIDE OF SKY POINTE DRIVE, SOUTH OF ELKHORN ROAD
05/06/18
VAR-72894 [PRJ-72672] - VARIANCE RELATED TO SDR-72896 - APPLICANT: MY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
- OWNER: SKY POINTE NINETY-FIVE, LLC
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From: Stacey Campbell
To: Chance Bonaventura; LuAnn D. Holmes
Cc: Carman Burney
Subject: RE: Oppose variance request by Skypointe ninety-five llc
Date: Tuesday, October 02, 2018 12:54:05 PM

From: Chance Bonaventura


Sent: Monday, October 01, 2018 12:19 PM
To: Stacey Campbell; LuAnn D. Holmes
Subject: FW: Oppose variance request by Skypointe ninety-five llc

Opposition below

From: kate nolan <nolankate@outlook.com>


Date: September 29, 2018 at 8:26:13 AM PDT
To: Michele Fiore <michele@votefiore.com>
Subject: Oppose variance request by Skypointe ninety-five llc

Hi Michele
I received a 2nd notice of hearing scheduled by developer Skypointe Ninety-Five,
LLC (10/9@6pm). I returned the first notice opposing the variance and will do
so again.

A request to reduce required number of parking spaces for a residential


development is not good for prospective residents of the development and not
good for neighboring properties. Having a unit at neighboring Skypointe
Condominiums, I know too well about the scarcity of parking. I have a 2 car
garage so I don’t share the problem of other residents not able to find parking.
Some end unit 3 bedroom units have a one car garage so they constantly struggle
to find available parking anywhere in the complex. And one bedroom units with
single car garages and 2 cars have the same problem. Needless to say, there’s
rarely parking for visitors. Who might have approved that variance?

A representative of the developer met with homeowners (I attended) a few weeks


ago and admitted that fewer parking spaces means more units means more money
for developer. I’m fine with developers making money but not at the expense of
residents. A representative from the City was also present (sorry don’t have his
name) and made the argument that variances are routine and often granted. He
used an example of commercial properties in the area that typically don’t utilize
all the spaces required. I was not happy with that example. Residents come
home and need to park. It’s not like a business where customers come and go all
day. Most residents are home at night and parking is needed.

Please vote against this variance request. It’s not good for anyone but the
developer who won’t be living there and looking for parking.

Thanks. Kate Nolan, owner 6868 SKYPOINTE dr #1143


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From: noreply@formstack.com
To: Planning Comments
Subject: Planning Application Comments Form
Date: Sunday, September 30, 2018 5:23:53 PM

Formstack Submission For: Planning Application


Comments Form_2018
Submitted at 09/30/18 5:23 PM

Planning Application Number: VAR-72894(PRJ-72672)

Position: I Oppose

Name: Bruce Morgan

8255 Nebula Cloud Ave


Residential or Business Address:
Las Vegas, NV 89131

Phone: (208) 371-0655

Email: kanonay2903@gmail.com

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From: noreply@formstack.com
To: Planning Comments
Subject: Planning Application Comments Form
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018 7:29:01 AM

Formstack Submission For: Planning Application


Comments Form_2018
Submitted at 09/29/18 7:28 AM

Planning Application Number: var72894

Position: I Oppose

Name: victoria houser

8137 hesperides ave


Residential or Business Address:
las vegas, NV 89131

Email: wileydmh@yahoo.com

Copyright © 2018 Formstack, LLC. All rights reserved. This is a customer service email.
Formstack, 8604 Allisonville Road, Suite 300, Indianapolis, IN 46250
From: noreply@formstack.com
To: Planning Comments
Subject: Planning Application Comments Form
Date: Monday, October 01, 2018 12:07:53 PM

Formstack Submission For: Planning Application


Comments Form_2018
Submitted at 10/01/18 12:07 PM

Planning Application Number: var-72894

Position: I Oppose

Name: Sylvia Innocent

8032 Anazi Raanch Ave


Residential or Business Address:
Las Vegas, NJ 07512

Phone: (973) 942-5327

Email: podsiad@aol.com

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Formstack, 8604 Allisonville Road, Suite 300, Indianapolis, IN 46250
DUPLICATE - NOT INCLUDED IN COUNT
Agenda Item No.: 22.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - SDR-72896 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO VAR-
72894 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: MY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION -
OWNER: SKY POINTE NINETY-FIVE, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Site
Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 82-UNIT MULTI-FAMILY APARTMENT
DEVELOPMENT WITH WAIVERS TO ALLOW THREE AND FOUR STORY BUILDINGS
WHERE TWO STORIES ARE ALLOWED AND 14 PARKING LOT TREES WHERE 19 ARE
REQUIRED on 3.78 acres on the east side of Sky Pointe Drive, approximately 1,350 feet south
of Elkhorn Road (APN 125-21-202-001), T-C (Town Center) Zone [SX-TC (Suburban Mixed
Use - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-72672]. Staff
recommends DENIAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 11/21/2018


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

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 30 Planning Commission Mtg. 2
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends DENIAL, if approved, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Consolidated Backup
2. Supporting Documentation
3. Protest Comment Forms
4. Protest Documentation Not Vetted - Comment Forms (7)
Consistent with the City’s
sustainability efforts to reduce
paper use, backup
documentation pertaining to
related items will appear as
backup under the first item. This
item includes such consolidated
backup documentation. Please
refer to the first related
application in the subject line of
the Agenda Summary Page.



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From: noreply@formstack.com
To: Planning Comments
Subject: Planning Application Comments Form
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018 7:35:41 AM

Formstack Submission For: Planning Application


Comments Form_2018
Submitted at 09/29/18 7:35 AM

Planning
Application sdr72896
Number:

Position: I Oppose

Name: victoria houser

Residential
or 8137 hesperides ave
Business las vegas, NV 89131
Address:

Email: wileydmh@yahoo.com

There is already too much traffic this will create even


more noise and light pollution as well as invading the
Comments:
privacy of my rear yard and possibly lowering the sale
appeal of my home.

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Agenda Item No.: 23.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - SUP-73907 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT:
FREDDY HWANG - OWNER: TAG CENTENNIAL, LLC, ET AL - For possible action on a
request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 3,160 SQUARE-FOOT
BEER/WINE/COOLER ON-SALE ESTABLISHMENT USE at 5760 Centennial Center
Boulevard, Suite #110 (APN 125-27-411-007), T-C (Town Center) Zone [SC-TC (Service
Commercial - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-73730]. Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 11/21/2018


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 and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s)
5. Justification Letter
6. Protest (1)/Support (3) Postcards and Protest Documentation Not Vetted - Comment Form (1)
SUP-73907 [PRJ-73730]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: FREDDY HWANG - OWNER: TAG
CENTENNIAL, LLC, ET AL

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
SUP-73907 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 29

NOTICES MAILED 775

PROTESTS 1

APPROVALS 3

CS
SUP-73907 [PRJ-73730]
Conditions Page One
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** CONDITIONS **

SUP-73907 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 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.

3. 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.

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

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

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

CS
SUP-73907 [PRJ-73730]
Staff Report Page One
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request for a 5,030 square-foot Restaurant with Alcohol use at 5760
Centennial Center Boulevard, Suite #110.

ISSUES

· The Restaurant with Alcohol use is permitted in the T-C (Town Center) Zone
[SC-TC (Service Commercial - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation]
zoning district with the approval of a Special Use Permit.
· Per the Town Center Development Standards, A neighborhood meeting is
required to be held prior to the public hearing for any distance separation waiver
request.
· A distance separation Waiver is required to allow a zero-foot distance separation
from a child care facility where 400 feet is required. Staff supports the Waiver for
distance separation as the proposed Restaurant with Alcohol use is located
within an established shopping center and can be operated harmoniously with
surrounding land uses.
· The applicant has requested an abeyance to the October 9, 2018 Planning
Commission Hearing due to notification issues.

ANALYSIS

The subject site is a tenant space located within an existing shopping center. The
applicant is proposing to operate a Restaurant with Alcohol use within suite #110 and
would like to offer a full alcoholic beverage menu to their patrons while they dine at the
establishment. The site is zoned TC (Town Center) and has a SC-TC (Service
Commercial – Town Center) land use designation.

The site is located in Town Center Master Plan Area and must conform to the
requirements of the Town Center Development Standards Manual. A Restaurant with
Alcohol use is permitted in the SC-TC (Service Commercial – Town Center) land use
designation with the approval of a Special Use Permit. The Town Center Development
Standards Manual does not provide a definition for the Restaurant with Alcohol use.

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Per the Town Center Development Standards, “Pursuant to its general authority to
regulate the sale of alcoholic beverages, the Las Vegas City Council declares that the
public health, safety and general welfare of the Town Center are best promoted and
protected by requiring that”:

a. No Restaurant with Alcohol shall be located within 400 feet of any church,
synagogue, school, child care facility licensed for more than twelve children, or
city park.

The applicant has requested a Waiver to allow a distance separation of zero feet
from an existing child care facility.

b. Uses licensed as a Restaurant with Alcohol or other comparable establishments,


shall have no specific spacing requirements between similar uses. However, the
Las Vegas City Council may consider the concentration and spacing of such
uses as part of its deliberation and approval of any requests for such
establishments.

There are several other alcohol-related uses within the subject shopping center.
Staff finds that an additional Restaurant with Alcohol use can co-exist
harmoniously with the other similar use.

c. The distances referred to in paragraphs a. and b. shall be measured in a straight


line from the property line of the church, synagogue, school, child care facility, or
from the nearest property line of a City park to the property line of the proposed
tavern to the property line of an existing tavern or comparable establishment,
disregarding all intervening obstacles.

This measurement technique was utilized in determining all distance separation


requirements.

d. All businesses that sell alcoholic beverages shall conform to the provisions of
LVMC 6.50.

The proposed Restaurant with Alcohol use will be subject to business license
review to assure it conforms to LVMC 6.50.

The subject tenant space is located within a well-established commercial shopping


center that includes several restaurants that offer alcoholic beverage service that is
equal to or more intense than the proposed Restaurant with Alcohol use; therefore, staff
recommends approval subject to conditions.

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FINDINGS (SUP-73907)

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 the existing uses within the shopping center and
the surrounding area.

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

The subject site is developed within an existing commercial shopping center that
has several similar and more intense alcohol uses within existing restaurants.

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.

Centennial Center Boulevard provides access to the property. This roadway is


designated as a 90-foot Frontage Road as classified by the Town Center
Development Standards Manual and is adequate in size to accommodate the
proposed 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.

The proposed Restaurant with Alcohol use will be subject to business license
review to assure it will not compromise the public health, safety and welfare.

5. The use meets all of the applicable conditions per the Town Center
Development Standards.

The applicant has requested a Waiver to allow a distance separation of zero feet
from a child care facility where 400 feet is required.

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BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc.


The City Council approved a Rezoning (Z-0076-98) from U
(Undeveloped), R-E (Residence Estates), R-PD7 (Residential
Planned Development – 7 Units per Acre), R-PD11 (Residential
Planned Development – 11 Units per Acre), R-PD13 (Residential
Planned Development – 13 Units per Acre), R-PD18 (Residential
12/07/98
Planned Development – 18 Units per Acre), C-1 (Limited
Commercial), C-2 (General Commercial), C-V (Civic) and PD
(Planned Development) to T-C (Town Center) on a 1,468-acre
portion of the Northwest. The Planning Commission and staff
recommended approval.
The Planning Commission approved a request for a Tentative Map
(TMP-2202) for a two-lot commercial subdivision on 36.5 acres
06/12/03
adjacent to the northeast and northwest corner of Ann Road and
Centennial Center Boulevard. Staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request for a Site Development Plan
Review (SDR-2208) for a proposed 397,244 square-foot commercial
development with Waivers of the Town Center Development
08/06/03
Standards adjacent to the northeast and northwest corners of Ann
Road and Centennial Center Boulevard. The Planning Commission
and staff recommended approval.
A Final Map (FMP-6053) for a two-lot commercial subdivision on
05/10/05 33.20 acres on the north side of Ann Road west of U.S. 95 was
recorded.
Department of Planning staff administratively approved a Major
Amendment (SDR-8695) of an approved Site Development Plan
09/07/05 Review (SDR-2208) for a proposed 397,244 square-foot commercial
development at the northeast and northwest corners of Ann Road
and Centennial Center Boulevard.
Special Use Permit (SUP-73907) request to allow a
Beer/Wine/Cooler Establishment use was abeyed to the
08/14/18
September 11, 2018 Planning Commission due to the applicant’s
decision to apply for a Restaurant with Alcohol use instead.
The Planning Commission voted to hold a request for a Special Use
09/11/18 Permit (SUP-73907) in abeyance to the October 9, 2018 Planning
Commission meeting.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


05/14/14 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

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Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A building permit (#05006328) was issued for a retail shell at 5770
09/12/05
Centennial Center Boulevard. The permit was finalized on 04/12/07.
A building permit (#07000746) was issued for a Non-Work Certificate
04/20/07 of Occupancy at 5770 Centennial Center Boulevard, Suite #150. The
permit was finalized on 05/24/07.
A building permit (#313328) was issued for a tenant improvement at
06/09/16 5770 Centennial Center Boulevard, Suite #150. The permit has not
been finalized.

Pre-Application Meeting
Staff conducted a pre-application meeting with the applicant where the
06/21/18 submittal requirements and deadlines were reviewed for a proposed
Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale use.

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

Field Check
Staff conducted a routine field check and found an active shopping
07/19/18
center. There were no signs of trash or debris.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 8.88

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
SC-TC (Service
Subject
Shopping Center Commercial - Town T-C (Town Center)
Property
Center)
Auto Repair
GC-TC (General
Garage, Major
North Commercial – Town T-C (Town Center)
Motor Vehicle
Center
Sales (New)

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Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
SC-TC (Service
South Shopping Center Commercial - Town T-C (Town Center)
Center)
East U.S. 95 Right-of-Way Right-of-Way
R-PD6 (Residential
Single Family, ML (Medium Low
West Planned Development -
Detached Density Residential)
6 Units per Acre)

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


Town Center Master Plan Y
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
T-C (Town Center) District *N
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
*The applicant has requested a Waiver to allow a zero-foot distance separation from an
existing childcare facility.

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Actual Complian
Functional
Governing Street ce with
Street Name Classification of
Document Width Street
Street(s)
(Feet) Section
Town Center
Centennial Center
Frontage Road Development 90 Y
Boulevard
Standards Manual

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Waivers
Requirement Request Staff Recommendation
To allow a zero-foot
A 400-foot minimum distance
distance separation
separation is required from Approval
from a child care
any childcare facility.
facility.

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СḶŐCDzОAŐ) ╗ⓈƆDzḶЌՁฌ
Ŵ֭ ฌSUP-73907

ⓒ≶ⓒ╗γ֭Ŵऑऑкħ㌱่‫ש‬ⓒਙ่ʉħкк่ਙ‫ש‬
㌱่‫ש‬ⓒⓒਙ่ ʉħкк ่ਙ‫֭⇡ ש‬₡֭֭こ֭₡㌱ਙこऑк֭‫֭ש‬่‫ש‬ħк‫ש‬γ֭
⇡่‫֭שש‬₡ こŴ‫֭ש‬ผħŴк
ОŐİֱՙ̶ՙ̶x
C֭ऑŴผ‫ש‬こ่֭‫ש‬ਙ⑾ОкŴ่่ħ่‫ف‬⑾ਙ
่‫ ש‬ਙ⑾ ОкŴ่่ħ่‫⑾ ف‬ਙ
⑾ ‫ש‬к‫ ֭ں‬Ύਙ่ħ่‫ف‬
⇡֭ ₡֭֭こ֭₡ ㌱ਙこऑऑк֭
γŴ‫֭ﭨ‬ ⇡่֭֭
こŴ‫֭ש‬ผħŴк γŴ‫֭ﭨ‬ ⇡่֭֭ ผ֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭ʉ֭֭ ⇡ੂ ‫ש‬γ֭
ผ֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭ʉ֭₡
㌱ ʉħ‫ש‬γ
⑾ ผ㌱ਙ่ħ‫่֭ש‬㌱ੂ
ผ ㌱ਙ่ħ‫่֭ש‬㌱ੂ
Ḷผ₡ħ่Ŵ่㌱֭㈠
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
֭㌱‫ש‬ħਙ่ਙ⑾‫ש‬к‫֭ں‬Ύਙ่ħ่‫ف‬Ḷผ₡ħ่Ŵ่㌱֭㈠
γ Ŵऑऑкħ㌱Ŵ⇡к֭
ʉħ‫ש‬γ
ОAŐ●ЌḚƆОADzŐDzỢⓈ●ŐDzҜDzЌ╗Ɔฌ
╗ਙ‫ש‬Ŵкผ֭‫ש‬ŴผŴ่‫ש‬‫׀‬Ŵผ֭⑾ਙਙ‫ש‬Ŵ‫֭ف‬ㄦ̶xxฌ
ŐDzƆ╗AⓈŐAЌ╗Ɔֱ‫ں‬ОDzŐ̶xxƆỢ㈠С╗㈠ḶСAŐDzAСḶŐОA╗ŐḶЌƆฌ ╗Ḷ╗AՁОA╗ŐḶЌƆƆỢ㈠С╗AООŐḶṲ̬̶ⓒ‫ں‬″x゜̶xxए‫ںں‬ОAŐ●ЌḚƆОADzƆฌ ƆAООḶŐḶŐDzЋḶՁЋ●ЌḚƆⓈƆĠ●ฌ
‫ں‬ОDzŐธDzҜОՁḶDzDzƆฌ ִİAОAЌDzƆDzƆ╗DzAĠḶⓈƆDzฌ
╗Ḷ╗AՁDzҜОՁḶDzDzƆ̬‫ں‬ฎ゜ธएɱОAŐ●ЌḚƆОADzƆฌ

╗Ḷ╗AՁОAŐ●ЌḚƆОADzƆŐDzỢⓈ●ŐDzC̬ธxƆОADzƆAЌC‫ں‬ĠAЌC●AООAŐ●ЌḚƆОADzฌ

AООŐḶṲ㈠ӧDzỏОAŐ●ЌḚƆОADzƆ̬ㅡx″ฌ

AООŐḶṲ㈠ӧDzỏĠAЌC●AООAŐ●ЌḚƆОADzƆ̬‫ں‬ธฌ

ㅡɱธƥֱธ‫゜ں‬ธफฌ

ОŐḶОDzŐ╗Ձ●ЌDzฌ
Ћ●●Ќ●╗ҜAОฌ
ՁAЌCƆAОDzAŐDzAฌ

ƆAООḶŐḶŐDzЋḶՁЋ●ЌḚƆⓈƆĠ●ฌ
╗Ɔฌ ӧDzỏAՁՁDz ִİAОAЌDzƆDzƆ╗DzAĠḶⓈƆDzฌ ՁAЌCƆAОDzAŐDzAฌ
ОḶ●Ќ
ŐDzƆƆ ƆⓈ●╗Dz ‫ںں‬xฌ

ㅡՙƥֱㄦफฌ
ЌCDzḚ
Ḛ ŐDzƆƆA
●Ќ

ՁAЌ
CƆ
ⓈƆ

AО
О
ɱㄦ

ŐḶ

DzA
О DzŐ

ŐDzA
╗


Ձ●Ќ
Dzฌ

Ɔ●CDzÛ AՁ Ɔ●CDzÛ AՁฌ


Ɔ●CDzÛ AՁฌ

ՁAЌCƆAОDzฌ
AŐDzAฌ

ՁA Ɔ●CDzÛ AՁฌ
ОŐ ЌC
Ḷ Ɔ


ОDz AО

Ɔ
Ő╗ Dz

●Ќ╗

Ձ●
Ќ DzA
Dz ฌ

ОḶ
ƆƆ
Ḛ ŐDz
Dz
ЌC
Ɔ ƆA
ŐDz
Ձ AЌ
CƆ

● ЌḚ
AОDz
AŐ
DzAฌ

╗Ɔฌ
●Ќ
ОḶ Dzฌ
О ŐḶОDz ●Ќ
╗ ՁՁ
DzƆƆ
Ő╗Ձ
●Ќ Dzฌ DzŐ
ḶО
ḚŐ

 ОŐ
AЌCDz
Ɔ

 DzЌ
╗DzЌ
ŐDzƆ

Ќ●A
ՁDz
╗Ɔ

Ќ╗Dz
●ЌḚ

ŐԱ
ՁЋ
Ḷ●Ќ

Cฌ
О
О

ӧDzỏƆ●ḚЌฌ

Ձ AЌ
CƆ 
ՁḶA╗●ḶЌฌ
ƆƆ
ЌDz

AОDz
‫̶ں‬ƥÛ ゥ̶ƥCゥธ̶ƥֱ″फĠฌ AŐ
Ձ●Ќ

ŐDz
Ձ

DzAฌ
╗

DzḚ
CDz
DzŐ

ОŐİֱՙ̶ՙ̶x

x ㅡƥ ฎƥ ‫ ں‬″ƥ


A

ՁDzḚDzЌCฌ
ՁDzḚDzЌC
ḶО

ƆƆ

Ɔ●╗DzОՁAЌฌ
ОŐ

ŐDz

‫ں‬ฌ ՁḶA╗●ḶЌฌ
ՁḶA╗●ḶЌ

ƆAՁDz̬ ‫ں‬फएฎxƥֱxफฌ xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ


●Ќ

ЌḶŐ╗Ġฌ
ОŐḶİDz╗ CʉŴʉħ่‫ف‬╗ħ‫ש‬к֭ Ќਙ‫֭ש‬ฌ
Ќਙ‫֭ש‬
CผŴʉ่ฌ
CŴ‫֭ש‬ฌ Cʉ‫ف‬㈠Ќਙ㈠ฌ

㌱γ֭㌱'֭₡ฌ
ƆAООḶŐḶŐDzЋḶՁЋ●ЌḚƆⓈƆĠ●ִİAОAЌDzƆDzฌ
x″゜xՙ゜‫ں‬ฎฌ Ɔ╗DzAĠḶⓈƆDzฌ Ɔ●╗DzОՁAЌฌ
ㄦՙՙxDzЌ╗DzЌЌ●AՁDzЌ╗DzŐԱՁЋC㈠ƆⓈ●╗Dz ‫ںں‬xՁAƆฌ
Ɔ㌱Ŵк֭ ‫ں‬फएฎxƥֱxफ ЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋ㈠ฎɱ‫ں‬ㅡɱฌ
AƆ‫ں‬㈠xxฌ

SUP-73907 - REVISED
ОAŐ●ЌḚƆОADzŐDzỢⓈ●ŐDzҜDzЌ╗Ɔฌ
╗ਙ‫ש‬Ŵкผ֭‫ש‬ŴผŴ่‫ש‬‫׀‬Ŵผ֭⑾ਙਙ‫ש‬Ŵ‫֭ف‬ㄦ̶xxฌ
ŐDzƆ╗AⓈŐAЌ╗Ɔֱ‫ں‬ОDzŐ̶xxƆỢ㈠С╗㈠ḶСAŐDzAСḶŐОA╗ŐḶЌƆฌ ╗Ḷ╗AՁОA╗ŐḶЌƆƆỢ㈠С╗AООŐḶṲ̬̶ⓒ‫ ں‬″x゜̶xxए‫ ںں‬ОAŐ●ЌḚƆОADzƆฌ ƆAООḶŐḶŐDzЋḶՁЋ●ЌḚƆⓈƆĠ●ฌ
‫ں‬ОDzŐธDzҜОՁḶDzDzƆฌ ִİAОAЌDzƆDzƆ╗DzAĠḶⓈƆDzฌ

╗Ḷ╗AՁDzҜОՁḶDzDzƆ̬‫ ں‬ฎ゜ธएɱОAŐ●ЌḚƆОADzƆฌ

╗Ḷ╗AՁОAŐ●ЌḚƆОADzƆŐDzỢⓈ●ŐDzC̬ธxƆОADzƆAЌC‫ ں‬ĠAЌC●AООAŐ●ЌḚƆОADzฌ

AООŐḶṲ㈠ӧDzỏОAŐ●ЌḚƆОADzƆ̬ㅡx″ฌ

AООŐḶṲ㈠ӧDzỏĠAЌC●AООAŐ●ЌḚƆОADzƆ̬‫ں‬ธฌ

Ћ●●Ќ●╗ҜAОฌ
ՁAЌCƆAОDzAŐDzAฌ

ӧDzỏAՁՁDzฌ ƆAООḶŐḶŐDzЋḶՁЋ●ЌḚƆⓈƆĠ●ฌ ՁAЌCƆAОDzAŐDzAฌ


ִİAОAЌDzƆDzƆ╗DzAĠḶⓈƆDzฌ

ՁAЌ
CƆ
ⓈƆ
ɱ

AО
ㄦฌ

DzA
ŐDzA

Ɔ●CDzÛAՁฌ
Ɔ●CDzÛAՁฌ
Ɔ●CDzÛAՁฌ

ՁAЌCƆAОDzฌ
AŐDzAฌ

ՁA Ɔ●CDzÛAՁฌ
ЌC
Ɔ

Dz

DzA

ՁAЌ
CƆ 
AОDz
AŐ
DzA

 DzЌ
╗DzЌ
Ќ ●A
ՁDz
Ќ ╗Dz
ŐԱ
ՁЋC

Ձ AЌ
CƆ 
AОDz
AŐ
DzAฌ

Ɔ●╗DzОՁAЌฌ ОŐİֱՙ̶ՙ̶x ՁDzḚDzЌCฌ


ՁDzḚDzЌC

‫ں‬ฌ ƆAՁDz̬ ‫ں‬फएฎxƥֱxफฌ ՁḶA


A╗●ḶЌฌ
╗●ḶЌ
xฎ゜ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
ЌḶŐ╗Ġฌ
ОŐḶİDz╗ฌ CʉŴʉħ่‫ف‬╗ħ‫ש‬к֭ Ќਙ‫֭ש‬ฌ
Ќਙ‫֭ש‬
CผŴʉ่ฌ
CŴ‫֭ש‬ฌ Cʉ‫ف‬㈠Ќਙ㈠ฌ

㌱γ֭㌱'֭₡ฌ
ƆAООḶŐḶŐDzЋḶՁЋ●ЌḚƆⓈƆĠ●ִİAОAЌDzƆDzฌ
x″゜xՙ゜‫ں‬ฎฌ Ɔ╗DzAĠḶⓈƆDzฌ Ɔ●╗DzОՁAЌฌ
ㄦՙՙxDzЌ╗DzЌЌ●AՁDzЌ╗DzŐԱՁЋCՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋ㈠ฌ
Ɔ㌱Ŵк֭ฌ ‫ں‬फएฎxƥֱxफ ฎɱ‫ں‬ㅡɱฌ
AƆ‫ں‬㈠xxฌ

SUP-73907 - REVISED
ㄦՙ″x ƆAООḶŐḶŐDzЋḶՁЋ●ЌḚƆⓈƆĠ●ฌ
ִİAОAЌDzƆDzƆ╗DzAĠḶⓈƆDzฌ ҜŐƆ㈠ОA╗●Ḷฌ
ӧƆ●ḚЌỏฌ

‫ںں‬x ‫ںں‬xฌ
‫ں‬ธx

ҜA●ЌDzЌ╗ŐAЌDzฌ

ƆAООḶŐḶŐDzЋḶՁЋ●ЌḚƆⓈƆĠ●DzṲ╗DzŐ●ḶŐฌ
DzՁDzЋA╗●ḶЌฌ
A‫ں‬ฌƆAՁDz̬ ̶゜̶ธफए‫ں‬ƥֱxफฌ

ՁḶA╗●ḶЌ●ҜAḚDzƆฌ

ОŐİֱՙ̶ՙ̶x
xՙ゜x̶゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐḶİDz╗ CʉŴʉħ่‫ف‬╗ħ‫ש‬к֭ Ќਙ‫֭ש‬ฌ
Ќਙ‫֭ש‬
CผŴʉ่ฌ
CŴ‫֭ש‬ฌ Cʉ‫ف‬㈠Ќਙ㈠ฌ

㌱γ֭㌱'֭₡ฌ
ƆAООḶŐḶŐDzЋḶՁЋ●ЌḚƆⓈƆĠ●ִİAОAЌDzƆDzฌ
x″゜xՙ゜‫ں‬ฎฌ Ɔ╗DzAĠḶⓈƆDzฌ DzՁDzЋA╗●ḶЌƆฌ
ㄦՙՙxDzЌ╗DzЌЌ●AՁDzЌ╗DzŐԱՁЋCՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋ㈠ฌ
Ɔ㌱Ŵк֭ ̶゜̶ธफए‫ں‬ƥֱxफ ฎɱ‫ں‬ㅡɱฌ
Aธ㈠xxฌ

SUP-73907
ОDzCDzƆ╗Ő●AЌ ADzƆƆ

ӧDzỏACİAЌDzԱⓈƆ●ЌDzƆƆฌ
ҜḶḶÛḶḶḶŐDzAЌԱԱỢฌ
ӧDzỏḶՁⓈҜЌฌ

ƆAООḶŐḶİAОAЌDzƆDzƆ╗DzAĠḶⓈƆDzִฌ
ŐDzЋḶՁЋ●ЌḚƆⓈƆĠ●ฌ

A‫ں‬ฌ
Aธ㈠xxฌ
ӧDzỏḶՁⓈҜЌฌ

ӧDzỏACİAЌDzԱⓈƆ●ЌDzƆƆฌ
ҜŐƆ㈠ОA╗●Ḷฌ

СՁḶḶŐОՁAЌฌ
‫ں‬ฌ ƆAՁDz̬ ̶゜̶ธफए‫ں‬ƥֱxफฌ

ЌḶŐ╗Ġฌ
ЌḶŐ╗Ġ
ОŐİֱՙ̶ՙ̶x
xՙ゜x̶゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐḶİDz╗ CʉŴʉħ่‫ف‬╗ħ‫ש‬к֭ Ќਙ‫֭ש‬ฌ
Ќਙ‫֭ש‬
CผŴʉ่ฌ
CŴ‫֭ש‬ฌ Cʉ‫ف‬㈠Ќਙ㈠ฌ

㌱γ֭㌱'֭₡ฌ
ƆAООḶŐḶŐDzЋḶՁЋ●ЌḚƆⓈƆĠ●ִİAОAЌDzƆDzฌ
x″゜xՙ゜‫ں‬ฎฌ Ɔ╗DzAĠḶⓈƆDzฌ СՁḶḶŐОՁAЌฌ
ㄦՙՙxDzЌ╗DzЌЌ●AՁDzЌ╗DzŐԱՁЋCՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋ㈠ฌ
Ɔ㌱Ŵк֭ ̶゜̶ธफए‫ں‬ƥֱxफ ฎɱ‫ں‬ㅡɱฌ
A‫ں‬㈠xxฌ

SUP-73907
SUP-73907 [PRJ-73730] - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT: FREDDY HWANG - OWNER: TAG CENTENNIAL,
LLC, ET AL
5760 CENTENNIAL CENTER BOULEVARD, SUITE #110
07/03/18
ՁAƆਙ่к‫ש‬ħ่‫ف‬
‫ں‬ɱ̶xЋħккŴ‫֭ف‬่֭‫֭ש‬ผħผ㌱к֭̶ ㄦՙՙฌ
ՁŴЋ֭‫ف‬ŴⓒЌЋ㈠ฎɱ‫̶ں‬ㅡ
ӧՙxธỏㅡɱɱֱ″ㅡ″ɱֱ㌱֭кк
ӧՙxธỏɱㅡ″ֱxฎㄦՙ

A‫ف‬‫ש‬ธธⓒธx‫ں‬ฎฌ

Ҝผ㈠ਙผ֭ੂƆ‫֭ש‬ʉŴผ‫ש‬ฌ
ОкŴ่่ħ่‫ف‬C֭ऑŴผ‫ש‬こ่֭‫ש‬ⓒħ‫ੂש‬ਙ⑾ՁŴЋ֭‫ف‬Ŵฌ
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SUP-73907 - REVISED
Agenda Item No.: 24.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - SUP-73826 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT:
NEVADA MEDICAL GROUP - OWNER: SSG PROPERTIES, LLC - For possible action on a
request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 2,646 SQUARE-FOOT MARIJUANA
DISPENSARY USE at 1591 North Buffalo Drive, Suite #130 (APN 138-28-501-009), C-1
(Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 2 (Seroka) [PRJ-73684]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 11/21/2018


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

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 49 Planning Commission Mtg. 4
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 (49)/Support (4) Postcards and Protest/Support Documentation Not Vetted - Protest
Comment Forms (20), Support Comment Forms (1) and Protest E-mail (1)
SUP-73826 [PRJ-73684]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: OCTOBER 9, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: NEVADA MEDICAL GROUP - OWNER: SSG
PROPERTIES, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
SUP-73826 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 35

NOTICES MAILED 1,739

PROTESTS 49

APPROVALS 4

JB
SUP-73826 [PRJ-73684]
Conditions Page One
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** CONDITIONS **

SUP-73826 CONDITIONS

Planning

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


Marijuana Dispensary use.

2. An air filtration system to be designed by a Nevada licensed engineer shall be


provided prior to the issuance of a certificate of occupancy.

3. There shall be no on premise consumption (the use, smoking, ingestion or


consumption of any marijuana, edible marijuana or marijuana infused product) on
the licensed premises.

4. All development shall be in conformance with the site plan date stamped and
floor plan date stamped 06/28/18, except as amended by conditions herein. Any
modification of the premises of a medical marijuana establishment shall be filed
60 days in advance of any proposed construction. A full and complete copy of all
architectural and building plans shall be filed with the Director for a review of
compliance with Title 6.95 and Title 19. The Director shall review the plans and
approve any modifications in compliance with this chapter prior to the
commencing of any construction of modifications.

5. This approval shall be void eighteen months from the date of final approval,
unless exercised pursuant upon the issuance of a business license. An
Extension of Time may be filed for consideration by the City of Las Vegas.

6. 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.

7. 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.

8. The presence of minors on the premises of a marijuana establishment is


prohibited unless the minor is a qualified patient on the premises of a dispensary
and is accompanied by his or her parent or legal guardian.

JB
SUP-73826 [PRJ-73684]
Conditions Page Two
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

9. Approval of this Special Use Permit does not constitute approval of a Marijuana
Dispensary license.

10. This business shall operate in conformance to Chapter 6 of the City of Las Vegas
Municipal Code.

11. A Marijuana Dispensary Facility shall obtain all required approvals from the State
of Nevada to operate such a facility prior to the Special Use Permit being
exercised pursuant to LVMC 19.16.110.

12. Conformance to all regulations pertaining to Marijuana Establishment found


within Nevada Revised Statute 453A and 453D, and Nevada Administrative
Code NAC 453A and 453D.

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

JB
SUP-73826 [PRJ-73684]
Staff Report Page One
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This application is a request for a Special Use Permit for a proposed 2,646 square-foot
Marijuana Dispensary to be located at 1591 North Buffalo Drive, Suite #130.

ISSUES

· The Marijuana Dispensary use is permitted within a C-1 (Limited Commercial)


zoning district with the approval of a Special Use Permit.
· The subject site is in compliance with all minimum distance separation requirements
pursuant to Title 19.12 pertaining to a Marijuana Dispensary use, as set forth by
adopted Ordinance No. 6321.
· On October 29th, 2014 the City Council approved Special Use Permit (SUP-55284)
to operate a proposed 1,630 square-foot Medical Marijuana Dispensary within suite
#130 of the subject site.

ANALYSIS

The Marijuana Dispensary use is defined as “An establishment which acquires,


possesses, delivers, transfers, transports, supplies, sells or dispenses marijuana or
related supplies and educational materials. This use includes a “medical marijuana
dispensary,” as defined in NRS 453A.115 and a "retail marijuana store" as defined in
NRS 453D.030.” Per the submitted justification letter and floor plan, the proposed use
meets the definition outlined above.

The Minimum Special Use Permit Requirements for this use include:

* 1. Pursuant to its general authority to regulate the cultivation, production, dispensing,


and sale of marijuana, the City Council declares that the public health, safety and
general welfare of the City are best promoted and protected by generally requiring a
minimum separation between a marijuana dispensary and certain other uses that
should be protected from the impacts associated with a marijuana dispensary.
Therefore, except as otherwise provided below, no marijuana dispensary may be
located within 1000 feet of any school, or within 300 feet of any of the following uses:
a. City park;
b. Church/house of worship;
c. Individual care - family home, individual care - group home, or individual care
center (in each case licensed for the care of children);
d. Community recreational facility (public); or
JB
SUP-73826 [PRJ-73684]
Staff Report Page Two
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

e. Any use whose primary function is to provide recreational opportunities to


minors. Such uses include without limitation commercial recreation/amusement
(indoor or outdoor); library, art gallery or museum (public); teen dance center;
and martial arts studio that provides instruction to minors.

The proposed use meets this requirement, the applicant submitted a survey
demonstrating that there are no schools within 1,000 feet of the subject property, as well
as there are no individual care centers licensed for more than 12 children, community
recreational facilities (public) or City parks or churches/houses of worship or
recreational opportunities to minors within 300 feet of the subject property.

* 2. The distance separation referred to in Requirement 1 shall be measured with


reference to the shortest distance between two property lines, one being the property
line of the proposed marijuana dispensary 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 marijuana dispensary. The distance shall be measured
in a straight line without regard to intervening obstacles.

The proposed use meets this requirement; measurement is taken from the property line
of parcel (APN 138-28-501-009).

* 3. For the purpose of Requirement 2, and for that purpose only:


a. The “property line” of a protected use refers to the property line of a fee
interest parcel that has been created by an approved and recorded parcel map or
subdivision map, and does not include the property line of a leasehold parcel;
and
b. The “property line” of a marijuana dispensary refers to:
i. The property line of a parcel that has been created by an approved and
recorded parcel map or commercial subdivision map; or
ii. The property line of a parcel that is located within an approved and
recorded commercial subdivision and that has been created by a record of
survey or legal description, if:
A. Using the property line of that parcel for the purpose of
measuring the distance separation referred to in Requirement 1
would qualify the parcel under the distance separation requirement;
B. The proposed marijuana dispensary will have direct access (both
ingress and egress) from a street having a minimum right-of-way
width of 100 feet. The required access may be shared with a larger
development but must be located within the property lines of the
parcel on which the proposed marijuana dispensary will be located;
C. All parking spaces required by this Section 19.12.070 for the
marijuana dispensary use will be located on the same parcel as the
use; and

JB
SUP-73826 [PRJ-73684]
Staff Report Page Three
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

D. The owners of all parcels within the commercial subdivision,


including the owner of agreement, satisfactory to the City Attorney,
that provides for perpetual, reciprocal cross-access, ingress and
egress throughout the commercial subdivision.

The subject site is an existing commercial development and did not require the creation
of a separate parcel to meet the distance separation requirements. As such, condition
#3 is not applicable and the site is in conformance with this requirement.

* 4. When a retail marijuana store authorized pursuant to NRS Chapter 453D (the
"Chapter 453D facility") is proposed to be located within a medical marijuana dispensary
that is authorized pursuant to NRS Chapter 453A (the "Chapter 453A facility"), and the
Chapter 453A facility has obtained special use permit approval as of July 1, 2017, the
applicable distance separation requirements under Requirement 1 for the proposed
Chapter 453D facility shall be those that were in effect at the time of special use permit
approval for the Chapter 453A facility. A Chapter 453D facility that has received special
use permit approval, either pursuant to a new special use permit or by means of a
review of conditions under an existing special use permit, shall be deemed a conforming
use for purposes of this Title.

This location was not licensed prior to July 1, 2017; as such condition #4 is not
applicable as the site is in conformance with the requirement.

* 5. The use shall conform to, and is subject to, the provisions of LVMC Title 6, as they
presently exist and may be hereafter amended.

The use complies will require approval of a business license and continual inspections
to verify it is in compliance with Title 6 requirements.

* 6. No outside storage shall be permitted, including the use of shipping containers for
on-site storage.

The proposed use meets this requirement, as no outside storage including shipping
containers has been denoted within the submitted site plan.

* 7. Subject to the requirements of applicable building and fire codes, public access to
the building shall be from one point of entry and exit, with no other access to the interior
of the building permitted.

Per the submitted floor plan, the proposed use will have one primary public access door
on the north perimeter of the building which provides access to a waiting room and
therefore conforms to this requirement.

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SUP-73826 [PRJ-73684]
Staff Report Page Four
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

* 8. No drive-through facilities shall be permitted in conjunction with a marijuana


dispensary.

The proposed use meets this requirement, as no drive-through facilities are proposed
with this location.

* 9 The Special Use Permit shall be void without further action if the uses ceases for a
period exceeding 90 days.

The Department of Planning - Business Licensing division will monitor and require
compliance with this requirement should the use cease.

* 10. A marijuana dispensary shall obtain all required approvals from the State of
Nevada to operate such a facility prior to the Special Use Permit being exercised
pursuant to LVMC 19.16.110.

The Department of Planning - Business Licensing division will coordinate with the State
of Nevada to assure that this requirement is met prior to the issuance of a business
license.

* 11. No marijuana dispensary shall be located on any property which abuts Fremont
Street west of 8th Street.

This condition is not applicable, as the subject site is not located on property which
abuts Fremont Street west of 8th Street.

* 12. No accessory uses are permitted in association with a marijuana dispensary


unless such a use relates to providing education regarding the use of marijuana.

The applicant has not proposed any associated uses with the proposed Marijuana
Dispensary use. The Department of Planning - Business Licensing division will assure
all activities are educational.

On October 29th, 2014 the City Council approved Special Use Permit (SUP-55284) to
operate a proposed 1,630 square-foot Medical Marijuana Dispensary within suite #130
of the subject site. However, the previous entitlement was allowed to expire on April
29th, 2016 as no business license was issued within 18 months of the previous
approval. The applicant has requested to re-establish the previous land use approval for
a Marijuana Dispensary at 1591 North Buffalo Drive, Suite #130. The applicant has
amended this request to include the adjacent suite #120, which brings the total tenant
space square-footage to 2,646 square-feet.

JB
SUP-73826 [PRJ-73684]
Staff Report Page Five
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

The subject site provides 38 parking spaces where 59 parking spaces are required for
the commercial development and conforms to Title 19.12 parking requirements for the
Marijuana Dispensary use. A Variance (V-0014-00) was approved June 21st, 2000 to
allow 40 parking spaces where 49 were required. Two parking spaces were removed
when the Wireless Communication Facility was constructed in 2002. The plans
approved by Required Review (RQR-29776) in 2008 did not take this into consideration
when eliminating two additional parking spaces to provide for the Wireless
Communication Facility, leaving a total of 38 parking spaces on site. The site is
currently legally non-conforming as the proposed use does not impact required parking.
In addition, current parking requirements for a 10,257 square-foot retail center require
59 parking spaces where 49 were required at the time of construction; therefore, the
subject site is parking impaired.

Other than the Minimum Special Use Permit Requirements found within Title 19.12,
there are no special development requirements pertaining to the site. The subject site is
an existing commercial development which can accommodate the intensity of the
proposed use.

The subject site complies with all minimum distance requirements as set forth by Title
19.12, and therefore the use can be conducted in a compatible and harmonious manner
with the existing surrounding land uses and future land uses as projected by the
General Plan. As such, staff recommends approval of the proposed use subject to
conditions. If denied, no Marijuana Dispensary use would be permitted to be established
at this site.

FINDINGS (SUP-73826)

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 subject site complies with all minimum distance requirements as set forth by
Title 19.12 and therefore the use can be conducted in a compatible and
harmonious manner with the existing surrounding land uses and future land uses
as projected by the General Plan.

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

JB
SUP-73826 [PRJ-73684]
Staff Report Page Six
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

The applicant has proposed a 2,646 square-foot Marijuana Dispensary within an


existing 10,257 square-foot retail center. While the site is parking impaired and
legally non-conforming, there are no code enforcement complaints regarding a
shortage of parking. As this retail center has been in existence since completion in
2000 and this proposed use would not exacerbate existing parking beyond that of
previous retail tenants, this site contains adequate parking for all uses, and the
proposed use does not generate the need for any additional parking spaces
beyond what has been provided onsite.

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 proposed Marijuana Dispensary can be accessed from Buffalo Drive, a 100-
foot Primary Arterial that has adequate capacity to serve the proposed
development. Secondary access is also provided from Vegas Drive, an 80-foot
Major Collector, as depicted on 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.

The proposed Marijuana Dispensary use will be subject to regular City and
County inspections for licensing and will therefore not compromise the public
health, safety, and general welfare or any objective of the General Plan.

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

The proposed Marijuana Dispensary use meets all distance separation


requirements per Title 19.12. Conditions of approval will ensure conformance with
all other minimum requirements for this use.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc


The City Council approved a request for Rezoning (Z-0021-96) from N-
U (Non-Urban) to C-1 (Limited Commercial) for a proposed 82,000
square-foot one and two story mini-storage facility, 10,000 square-foot
04/17/96
office building, and a 5,000 square-foot bank on property located on
the southwest corner of Buffalo Drive and Vegas Drive. The Planning
Commission recommended approval.

JB
SUP-73826 [PRJ-73684]
Staff Report Page Seven
October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc


The City Council approved a request for an Extension of Time [Z-
0021-96(1)] of a previously approved Rezoning (Z-0021-96) for a mini-
storage facility, office building and bank under resolution of intent to C-
06/09/96
1 (Limited Commercial) on property located on the southwest corner of
Buffalo Drive and Vegas Drive. The Planning Commission
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request for a Special Use Permit (U-
0037-98) for the Off-Premise Sale of Beer and Wine in conjunction
with a proposed Convenience Store at the southwest corner of Buffalo
Drive and Vegas Drive. The Planning Commission recommended
approval.
06/08/98
The City Council approved a related request for a Site Development
Plan Review [Z-0021-96(2)] for a proposed 4,097 square-foot
Convenience Store and 6,160 square feet of retail shops at the
southwest corner of Buffalo Drive and Vegas Drive. The Planning
Commission recommended approval.
The Board of Zoning Adjustment approved a request for a Variance
(V-0097-98) to allow a zero foot rear yard setback where 20 feet is
01/05/99
required in conjunction with a proposed 10,000 square-foot retail
center at the southwest corner of Buffalo Drive and Vegas Drive.
The City Council approved a request for a Variance (V-0014-00) to
allow 40 parking spaces where 49 spaces are the minimum required
06/21/00 for a proposed retail center and convenience store at the southwest
corner of Buffalo Drive and Vegas Drive. The Board of Zoning
Adjustment recommended denial.
The City Council approved a request for a Required Review [V-0014-
00(1)] of a previously approved Variance (V-0014-00) to allow 40
parking spaces where 49 spaces are the minimum required for an
09/19/01
existing retail center and convenience store at the southwest corner of
Buffalo Drive and Vegas Drive. The Planning Commission
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request for a Required Review (RQR-
29776) of a previously approved Variance (V-0014-00) to allow 40
10/15/08 parking spaces where 49 spaces are the minimum required for an
existing retail center and convenience store at the southwest corner of
Buffalo Drive and Vegas Drive. Staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request for a Review of Condition (ROC-
45492) of a previously approved Special Use Permit (U-0037-98) to
07/18/12 delete Condition #1 that states, “The sale of individual cans and quart
size or similar size bottles of beer shall be prohibited” at the subject
site. Staff recommended approval.

JB
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October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Related Relevant City Actions by Planning, Fire, Bldg., etc


The City Council approved Text Amendment (TXT-52502) to amend
LVMC Chapter 19.12 related to Permitted Uses and Chapter 19.18
related to Definitions and Measures to add Medical Marijuana
Dispensaries, Facilities for the Production of Edible Marijuana
05/21/14 Products or Marijuana Infused Products and Marijuana Cultivation
Facilities as permissible uses by adding zoning district applicability,
descriptions and definitions for these activities as they are
contemplated by SB 374 of the Nevada Revised Statues and to
provide for other related matters. Ordinance No. 6321.
The City Council approved Text Amendment (TXT-52502) to amend
Las Vegas Municipal Code Title 6 to implement licensing regulations
related to facilities for the production of edible marijuana products or
marijuana-infused products, medical marijuana dispensaries, medical
06/04/14 marijuana cultivation facilities, and independent testing laboratories,
collectively referred to as medical marijuana establishments, in
conformance with the intent of SB 374 of the 2013 session of the
Nevada Legislature and to provide for other related matters. Ordinance
6324.
The Downtown Design Review Committee approved the building
08/19/14 elevations and signage for the proposed Medical Marijuana
Dispensary.
The City Council approved a request for a Special Use Permit (SUP-
55284) for a proposed 1,630 square-foot Medical Marijuana
10/29/14 Dispensary at 1591 North Buffalo Drive, Suite #130. The Planning
Commission gave no recommendation and staff recommended
approval of the request.
The Planning Commission voted (7-0) to hold SUP-73286 [PRJ-73684]
08/14/18 in abeyance to the September 11, 2018 Planning Commission
meeting.
The Planning Commission voted (7-0) to hold SUP-73286 [PRJ-73684]
09/11/18
in abeyance to the October 9, 2018 Planning Commission meeting.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


01/21/14 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A business license (#S25-98532) was denied for a Secondhand
10/24/13 Dealer (The Haute Shoppe) at 1591 North Buffalo Drive, Suite #130.
The license was not issued.
A building permit (#249320) was issued for tenant improvements (The
11/20/13 Haute Shoppe) at 1591 North Buffalo Drive, Suite #130. The permit
has not been finalized.
JB
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October 9, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Pre-Application Meeting
A Pre-Application meeting was conducted with the applicant to review
the application materials and submittal requirements for a Special Use
06/13/18
Permit for the re-establishment of an expired entitlement for a
Marijuana Dispensary use.

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

Field Check
Staff conducted a field check of the subject site and found the subject
07/05/18
site to be a well-maintained retail center.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 1.13

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
Convenience
Subject Store SC (Service C-1 (Limited
Property and Retail Commercial) Commercial)
Establishments
Single-Family SF3 (Single Family P-C (Planned
North
Residences Detached) Community)
Mini-Storage SC (Service C-1 (Limited
South
Facility Commercial) Commercial)
Retail SC (Service C-1 (Limited
East
Establishment Commercial) Commercial)
R-PD14 (Residential
M (Medium Density
West Condominiums Planned Development -
Residential)
14 Units per Acre)

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


No Applicable Master Plan Area N/A
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
A-O (Airport Overlay) District (200 Feet) Y
JB
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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

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification of Street Width with Street
Document
Street(s) (Feet) Section
Master Plan of Streets
Buffalo Drive Primary Arterial 105 Y
& Highways
Master Plan of Streets
Vegas Drive Major Collector 85 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
10,257 SF
General
(Including
Retail Store,
2,646 SF 1:175 59
Other Than
Marijuana
Listed
Dispensary)
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 59 38 *Y
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required 56 3 36 2 *Y
Loading
2 1 **Y
Spaces
*V-0014-00 was approved 06/21/00 to allow 40 parking spaces where 49 were required. Two parking
spaces were removed when the Wireless Communication Facility was constructed in 2002. The plans
approved by Required Review (RQR-29776) in 2008 did not take this into consideration when eliminating
two additional parking spaces to provide for the Wireless Communication Facility, leaving a total of 38
parking spaces on site. The site is currently legally non-conforming as the proposed use does not impact
required parking. In addition, current parking requirements for a 10,257 square-foot retail center require
59 parking spaces where 49 were required at the time of construction; therefore, the subject site is
parking impaired.

** The existing 10,257 square-foot retail center was approved with one loading space where two are
currently required.

JB
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