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Planning Commission June 10, 2014 - Page 1

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

Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman, (At-Large)
Mayor Pro-Tem Stavros S. Anthony, (Ward 4)
Councilwoman Lois Tarkanian, (Ward 1)
Councilman Steven D. Ross, (Ward 6)
Councilman Ricki Y. Barlow (Ward 5)
Councilman Bob Coffin, (Ward 3)
Councilman Bob Beers, (Ward 2)
City Manager Elizabeth N. Fretwell

COMMISSIONERS

Gus W. Flangas, Chair
Todd L. Moody, Vice Chair
Byron Goynes
Richard Truesdell
Vicki Quinn
Trinity Haven Schlottman
Richard P. Bonar


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Council Chambers, sound equipment is available Ior persons with hearing impairments. II you need an accommodation
to attend and participate in this meeting, please call the DEPARTMENT DESIGNEE at (702) 229-6301 and advise oI
your need at least 48 hours in advance oI the meeting. Dial 7-1-1 Ior Relay Nevada.


1une 10, 2014
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 CHRYSTAL JACOBS, DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING, 333 NORTH RANCHO DRIVE, 3
RD

FLOOR, (702)-229-6301 OR ON THE CITY`S WEBPAGE AT www.lasvegasnevada.gov.

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

City Hall, 495 South Main Street, 1
st
Floor
Clark County Government Center, 500 South Grand Central Parkway
Grant Sawyer Building, 555 East Washington Avenue
City oI Las Vegas Development Services Center, 333 North Rancho Drive

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

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

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PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING RULES OF CONDUCT:

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

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

3. II areas oI concern are known in advance, or iI the applicant does not accept staII`s condition, the applicant or his
representative is invited to make a brieI presentation oI his item with emphasis on any items oI concern.

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

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

6. AIter 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 Ieel 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 Ior the record. Large maps,
models and other materials may be displayed to the Commission Irom the microphone area, but need not be handed in
Ior 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 Iair experience.

BUSINESS ITEMS:

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. ANNOUNCEMENT: COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW

3. ROLL CALL

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

5. FOR POSSIBLE ACTION TO APPROVE THE FINAL MINUTES FOR THE PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING
OF MAY 13, 2014

6. FOR POSSIBLE ACTION - Any Items Irom the Planning Commission, staII and/or the applicant wish to be stricken or
held in abeyance to a Iuture meeting may be brought Iorward 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.

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7. TMP-53895 - TENTATIVE MAP - SKYE CANYON PARCEL 1.2 - APPLICANT: NINETY FIVE
MANAGEMENT, LLC - OWNERS: K A G DEVELOPMENT SOUTH, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a
Tentative Map FOR A 173-LOT SINGLE FAMILY SUBDIVISION on 37.99 acres on the southwest corner oI Horse
Drive and Grand Canyon Drive (APN 125-07-301-002), T-D (Traditional Development) Zone, |L (Residential Low) Kyle
Canyon Land Use Designation|, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53719|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

8. TMP-53897 - TENTATIVE MAP - SKYE CANYON PARCEL 1.1 - APPLICANT: NINETY FIVE
MANAGEMENT, LLC - OWNERS: K A G DEVELOPMENT SOUTH, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a
Tentative Map FOR A 157-LOT SINGLE FAMILY SUBDIVISION on 35.28 acres on the southeast corner oI Horse
Drive and Hualapai Way (APN 125-07-301-001), T-D (Traditional Development) Zone, |L (Residential Low) Kyle
Canyon Land Use Designation|, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53718|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

9. TMP-53908 - TENTATIVE MAP - SKYE CANYON PARCEL 1.3 - APPLICANT: NINETY FIVE
MANAGEMENT, LLC - OWNERS: K A G DEVELOPMENT SOUTH, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a
Tentative Map FOR A 209-LOT SINGLE FAMILY SUBDIVISION on 40.90 acres on the northeast corner oI Grand
Teton Drive and Hualapai Way (APN 125-07-401-001), T-D (Traditional Development) Zone, |L (Residential Low) Kyle
Canyon Land Use Designation|, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53720|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

10. TMP-53911 - TENTATIVE MAP - SKYE CANYON PARCEL 1.4 - APPLICANT: NINETY FIVE
MANAGEMENT, LLC - OWNERS: K A G DEVELOPMENT SOUTH, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a
Tentative Map FOR A 204-LOT SINGLE FAMILY SUBDIVISION on 33.61 acres on the northwest corner oI Grand
Teton Drive and Grand Canyon Drive (APN 125-07-401-002), T-D (Traditional Development) Zone, |L (Residential
Low) Kyle Canyon Land Use Designation|, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53721|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

ONE MOTION - ONE VOTE

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

11. SUP-53557 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: NEW EL PORTAL, LLC - OWNER:
OXFORD TECHNOLOGY INC. - For possible action on a request Ior a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED
RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT WITH ACCESSORY PACKAGE LIQUOR OFF-SALE USE WITHIN AN EXISTING
2,000 SQUARE-FOOT GENERAL RETAIL STORE at 2310 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Suite #100 (APN 162-04-813-
072), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (CoIIin). StaII recommends APPROVAL.

12. SUP-53745 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: LAMAR KRUITBOSCH - OWNER:
FUMO OSVALDO - For possible action on a request Ior a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED BAILBOND
SERVICE USE at 503 East Boneville Avenue (APN 139-34-301-010), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (CoIIin)
|PRJ-53717|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

13. SUP-53750 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: FAITH LUTHERAN MIDDLE
SCHOOL & HIGH SCHOOL - OWNER: O'BANNON PLAZA, LLC - Request Ior a Special Use Permit FOR A
PROPOSED 6,020 SQUARE-FOOT THRIFT SHOP at 2211 South Rainbow Boulevard (APN 163-03-804-009), C-1
(Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) |PRJ-53658|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

14. SUP-53827 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: MARISCOS PLAYA ESCONDIDA,
LLC - OWNER: GARDNER & ASSOCIATES - For possible action on a request Ior a Special Use Permit FOR A
BEER/WINE/COOLER ON-SALE ESTABLISHMENT WITHIN AN EXISTING 1,035 SQUARE-FOOT
RESTAURANT at 1203 East Charleston Boulevard, Suite #140 (APN 139-34-814-002), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone,
Ward 3 (CoIIin) |PRJ-53641|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

15. SUP-53889 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: ALLAN SILBERSTANG - OWNER:
STUGOTS, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a Special Use Permit FOR A BEER/WINE/COOLER ON-SALE
ESTABLISHMENT WITHIN A PROPOSED 746 SQUARE-FOOT RESTAURANT at 800 South Main Street (APN 139-
34-310-005), C-M (Commercial/Industrial) Zone, Ward 3 (CoIIin) |PRJ-53835|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

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16. SDR-53792 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: ED BERNSTEIN -
OWNER: CROSSHILL 1, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a Site Development Plan Review FOR A
PROPOSED 600 SQUARE-FOOT EXPANSION TO AN EXISTING 1,962 SQUARE-FOOT OFFICE BUILDING on
0.15 acres at 516 South 4th Street (APN 139-34-311-115), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (CoIIin) |PRJ-
53594|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

17. SDR-53862 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: COX
COMMUNICATIONS LAS VEGAS, INC. - Request Ior a Site Development Plan Review FOR A 12,024 SQUARE-
FOOT BUILDING AND 3,344 SQUARE-FOOT GENERATOR YARD EXPANSION TO AN EXISTING 3,450
SQUARE-FOOT UTILITY INSTALLATION on 3.9 acres at 2451 Ernest May Lane (APN 139-29-715-003), C-1
(Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) |PRJ-53620|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

18. MSP-53766 - MASTER SIGN PLAN - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: SHADOW MOUNTAIN
MARKETPLACE, LLC - Request Ior an amendment to a previously approved Master Sign Plan (MSP-8346) TO ADD
ONE FREESANDING SIGN AND ONE MONUMENT SIGN TO THE INTERIOR OF A SHOPPING CENTER on 35
acres at 6415 North Decatur Boulevard (APN 125-24-811-003), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-
53623|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

19. VAC-53843 - VACATION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: NINETY FIVE MANAGEMENT, LLC -
OWNER: K A G DEVELOPMENT SOUTH, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a Petition to Vacate Bureau oI
Land Management Right-oI-Way Grant Easement generally located north oI the northern alignment oI Grand Teton Drive
between Hualapai Way and Grand Canyon Drive, TD (Traditional Development), Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53782|. StaII
recommends APPROVAL.

20. VAC-53898 - VACATION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: D R HORTON, INC. - For possible
action on a request Ior a Petition to Vacate a portion oI a 10-Ioot wide City oI Las Vegas Equestrian Trail Easement
generally located at the northeast corner oI Grand Teton Drive and Tee Pee Lane, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53810|. StaII
recommends APPROVAL.

21. VAC-54050 - VACATION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS - For possible
action on a request Ior a Petition to Vacate public right-oI-way (Leon Avenue) north oI Iron Mountain Road, Ward 6
(Ross). StaII recommends APPROVAL.

PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS

22. ABEYANCE - MOD-53701 - MA1OR MODIFICATION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
QUEENSRIDGE TOWERS, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a Major ModiIication oI the Queensridge
Towers Development Standards dated May 20, 2004 TO AMEND DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS REGARDING
LAND USE, BUILDING SETBACKS AND STEPBACKS, BUILDING HEIGHT AND PARKING on 20.10 acres on the
south side oI Alta Drive, approximately 410 Ieet west oI Rampart Boulevard (APNs 138-32-213-000, a portion oI 138-32-
210-005 and a portion oI 138-31-713-002), PD (Planned Development) Zone, Ward 2 (Beers) |PRJ-51869|. StaII
recommends APPROVAL.

23. ABEYANCE - VAR-53502 - VARIANCE RELATED TO MOD-53701 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: QUEENSRIDGE TOWERS, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a Variance TO
ALLOW A 582-FOOT BUILDING SETBACK WHERE RESIDENTIAL ADJACENCY STANDARDS REQUIRE AN
810-FOOT SETBACK FOR A PROPOSED 22-STORY RESIDENTIAL TOWER on a 7.87-acre portion oI a 10.53-acre
parcel at 9119 Alta Drive (APN 138-32-210-005), PD (Planned Development) Zone, Ward 2 (Beers) |PRJ-51869|. StaII
recommends APPROVAL.

24. ABEYANCE - SDR-53503 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO MOD-53701 AND VAR-
53502 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: QUEENSRIDGE TOWERS, LLC - For possible action on a
request Ior a Major Amendment oI an approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-4206) FOR A PROPOSED 22-
STORY, 310-FOOT TALL, 166-UNIT MULTI-FAMILY BUILDING AND A SINGLE-STORY, 33-FOOT TALL,
17,400 SQUARE-FOOT OFFICE BUILDING on a 7.87-acre portion oI a 10.53-acre parcel at 9119 Alta Drive (APN 138-
32-210-005), PD (Planned Development) Zone, Ward 2 (Beers) |PRJ-51869|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

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25. ABEYANCE - VAR-53361 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS
- For possible action on a request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW A STREET NAME CHANGE ALONG A PRIMARY
STREET NAME ALIGNMENT WHERE SUCH IS NOT PERMITTED on Clark Avenue between Main Street and
Casino Center Boulevard, Ward 3 (CoIIin) |PRJ-53359|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

26. ABEYANCE - SNC-53360 - STREET NAME CHANGE RELATED TO VAR-53361 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS - For possible action on a request Ior a Street Name Change FROM:
CLARK AVENUE TO: OSCAR B. GOODMAN AVENUE between Main Street and Transit Station Street, Ward 3
(CoIIin) |PRJ-53359|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

27. ABEYANCE - SDR-53435 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT:
EARNEST PATTON - OWNER: PRAYER CENTER REVIVAL MINISTRIES - For possible action on a request Ior
a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 7,378 SQUARE-FOOT CHURCH/HOUSE OF WORSHIP WITH
WAIVERS TO ALLOW REDUCTIONS IN PORTIONS OF ALL LANDSCAPE BUFFERING REQUIREMENTS on
0.68 acres at 1316 and 1352 Miller Avenue and 1329 West Carey Avenue (APNs 139-21-510-007, 073 and 074), C-V
(Civic) Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) |PRJ-53239|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

28. VAR-53671 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: VICTOR HECKER, ET AL - For
possible action on a request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW A 10-FOOT RESIDENTIAL ADJACENCY SETBACK WHERE
60 FEET IS REQUIRED FOR A PROPOSED CONVALESCENT CARE FACILITY/NURSING HOME on 0.83 acres at
the southwest corner oI Elkhorn Road and Jones Boulevard (APN 125-23-502-008), R-E (Residence Estates) Zone, Ward
6 (Ross) |PRJ-53350|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

29. SUP-53496 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO VAR-53671 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
VICTOR HECKER, ET AL - For possible action on a request Ior a Special Use Permit FOR A CONVALESCENT
CARE FACILITY/NURSING HOME at the southwest corner oI Elkhorn Road and Jones Boulevard (APN 125-23-502-
008), R-E (Residence Estates) Zone, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53350|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

30. SDR-53497 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO VAR-53671 AND SUP-53496 - PUBLIC
HEARING - APPLICANT/ OWNER: VICTOR HECKER, ET AL - For possible action on a request Ior a Site
Development Plan Review FOR A 24-BED CONVALESCENT CARE FACILITY/NURSING HOME on 0.83 acres at
the southwest corner oI Elkhorn Road and Jones Boulevard (APN 125-23-502-008), R-E (Residence Estates) Zone, Ward
6 (Ross) |PRJ-53350|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

31. VAR-53840 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES -
For possible action on a request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW A TEN-FOOT CORNER SIDE SETBACK WHERE 15
FEET IS THE MINIMUM SETBACK REQUIRED ON PROPOSED LOT 14 on a portion oI 8.70 acres at the northwest
corner oI Iron Mountain Road and Bradley Road (APN 125-01-402-009 through 016), R-1 (Single Family Residential)
Zone, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53698|. StaII recommends DENIAL.

32. VAR-53841 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES -
For possible action on a request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW A TEN-FOOT CORNER SIDE SETBACK WHERE 15
FEET IS THE MINIMUM SETBACK REQUIRED ON PROPOSED LOT 24 on a portion oI 8.70 acres at the northwest
corner oI Iron Mountain Road and Bradley Road (APN 125-01-402-009 through 016), R-1 (Single Family Residential)
Zone, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53698|. StaII recommends DENIAL.

33. VAR-53842 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES -
For possible action on a request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW A TEN-FOOT CORNER SIDE SETBACK WHERE 15
FEET IS THE MINIMUM SETBACK REQUIRED ON PROPOSED LOT 10 on a portion oI 8.70 acres at the northwest
corner oI Iron Mountain Road and Bradley Road (APN 125-01-402-009 through 016), R-1 (Single Family Residential)
Zone, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53698|. StaII recommends DENIAL.

34. VAR-53844 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES -
For possible action on a request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW A TEN-FOOT CORNER SIDE SETBACK WHERE 15
FEET IS THE MINIMUM SETBACK REQUIRED ON PROPOSED LOT 28 on a portion oI 8.70 acres at the northwest
corner oI Iron Mountain Road and Bradley Road (APN 125-01-402-009 through 016), R-1 (Single Family Residential)
Zone, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53698|. StaII recommends DENIAL.

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35. VAR-53845 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES -
For possible action on a request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW A TEN-FOOT CORNER SIDE SETBACK WHERE 15
FEET IS THE MINIMUM SETBACK REQUIRED ON PROPOSED LOT 29 on a portion oI 8.70 acres at the northwest
corner oI Iron Mountain Road and Bradley Road (APN 125-01-402-009 through 016), R-1 (Single Family Residential)
Zone, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53698|. StaII recommends DENIAL.

36. VAR-53846 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES -
For possible action on a request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW A TEN-FOOT CORNER SIDE SETBACK WHERE 15
FEET IS THE MINIMUM SETBACK REQUIRED ON PROPOSED LOT 33 on a portion oI 8.70 acres at the northwest
corner oI Iron Mountain Road and Bradley Road (APN 125-01-402-009 through 016), R-1 (Single Family Residential)
Zone, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53698|. StaII recommends DENIAL.

37. VAR-53848 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES -
For possible action on a request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW A TEN-FOOT CORNER SIDE SETBACK WHERE 15
FEET IS THE MINIMUM SETBACK REQUIRED ON PROPOSED LOT 36 on a portion oI 8.70 acres at the northwest
corner oI Iron Mountain Road and Bradley Road (APN 125-01-402-009 through 016), R-1 (Single Family Residential)
Zone, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53698|. StaII recommends DENIAL.

38. VAR-53850 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES -
For possible action on a request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW A TEN-FOOT CORNER SIDE SETBACK WHERE 15
FEET IS THE MINIMUM SETBACK REQUIRED ON PROPOSED LOT 40 on a portion oI 8.70 acres at the northwest
corner oI Iron Mountain Road and Bradley Road (APN 125-01-402-009 through 016), R-1 (Single Family Residential)
Zone, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53698|. StaII recommends DENIAL.

39. VAR-53860 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: TAMMY CROSS - OWNER: SANDCASTLE
ENTERPRISES, TENAYA SERIES - For possible action on a request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW 13 PARKING
SPACES WHERE 19 PARKING SPACES ARE REQUIRED at 124 North Tenaya Way (APN 138-27-801-001), C-1
(Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) |PRJ-53820|. StaII recommends DENIAL.

40. SUP-53858 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO VAR-53860 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: TAMMY
CROSS - OWNER: SANDCASTLE ENTERPRISES, TENAYA SERIES - For possible action on a request Ior a
Special Use Permit FOR A PRIVATE SCHOOL, PRIMARY USE at 124 North Tenaya Way (APN 138-27-801-001), C-1
(Limited Commercial), Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) |PRJ-53820|. StaII recommends DENIAL.

41. VAR-53865 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: WILLIAM B. ENSIGN LIVING
TRUST - For possible action on a Variance TO ALLOW A TWO-FOOT SIDE YARD SETBACK WHERE 10 FEET IS
REQUIRED FOR AN EXISTING 2,808 SQUARE-FOOT ACCESSORY STRUCTURE (CLASS II) |PIGEON COOP|
on 1.35 acres at 6500 West Ann Road (APN 125-26-403-016) R-E (Residence Estates) Zone, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53540|.
StaII recommends DENIAL.

42. SUP-53867 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO VAR-53865 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
WILLIAM B. ENSIGN LIVING TRUST - For possible action on a Special Use Permit FOR ANIMAL KEEPING &
HUSBANDRY (240 HOMING RACING PIGEONS) at 6500 West Ann Road (APN 125-26-403-016) R-E (Residence
Estates) Zone, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53540|. StaII recommends DENIAL.

43. VAR-53923 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: ESMI PROPERTIES, LLC - For
possible action on a request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW TWO PARKING SPACES WHERE A MINIMUM OF NINE
SPACES ARE REQUIRED AND TO ALLOW A PARKING LOT TO HAVE A NON-PAVED SURFACE on 0.85 acres
at 5252 Ricky Road (APN 138-12-710-054), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) |PRJ-53875|. StaII
recommends DENIAL.

44. VAR-53924 - VARIANCE RELATED TO VAR-53923 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: ESMI
PROPERTIES, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW NO SIDEWALKS, CURB OR
GUTTERS AND HALF-STREET IMPROVEMENTS WHERE SUCH IS REQUIRED FOR A 60-FOOT MINOR
COLLECTOR STREET on 0.85 acres at 5252 Ricky Road (APN 138-12-710-054), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone,
Ward 5 (Barlow) |PRJ-53875|. StaII recommends DENIAL.

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45. SDR-53925 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO VAR-53923 AND VAR-53924 - PUBLIC
HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: ESMI PROPERTIES, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a Site
Development Plan Review TO CONVERT AN EXISTING 2,450 SQUARE-FOOT RESIDENTIAL USE TO A
COMMERCIAL USE WITH WAIVERS OF ALL LANDSCAPE BUFFER REQUIREMENTS on 0.85 acres at 5252
Ricky Road (APN 138-12-710-054), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) |PRJ-53875|. StaII recommends
DENIAL.

46. VAR-53482 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: B M L 1 H L 2011 TRUST - For
possible action on a request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW AN ACCESSORY STRUCTURE (CLASS II) TO BE
LOCATED TWO FEET FROM THE REAR PROPERTY LINE WHERE TEN FEET IS THE MINIMUM REQUIRED;
AND TO ALLOW TWO FEET FROM THE PRINCIPLE DWELLING WHERE SIX FEET IS THE MINIMUM
REQUIRED on 0.52 acres at 2010 Homeview Court (APN 163-03-311-003), R-PD2 (Residential Planned Development -
2 Units Per Acre) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) |PRJ-53481|. StaII recommends DENIAL.

47. VAR-53621 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: ERIKA ACOSTA - For possible action
on a request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW A FIVE-FOOT SIDE YARD SETBACK WHERE 10 FEET IS REQUIRED
FOR A PROPOSED 390 SQUARE-FOOT ADDITION TO AN EXISTING 2,788 SQUARE-FOOT SINGLE FAMILY
DWELLING on 0.48 acres at 7055 Del Rey Avenue (APN 163-03-603-001), R-E (Residence Estates) Zone, Ward 1
(Tarkanian) |PRJ-52245|. StaII recommends DENIAL.

48. VAR-53705 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CESAR MARALIT - For possible action
on request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW A ONE-FOOT SIDE YARD SETBACK WHERE THREE FEET IS REQUIRED
FOR AN EXISTING 472 SQUARE-FOOT ACCESSORY STRUCTURE (CLASS II) AND TO ALLOW A 1,079
SQUARE FEET OF ACCESSORY STRUCTURE FLOOR AREA WHERE 525 SQUARE FEET IS THE MAXIMUM
ALLOWED on 0.15 acres at 2210 Poplar Avenue (APN 139-35-611-035), R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone, Ward 3
(CoIIin) |PRJ-52015|. StaII recommends DENIAL.

49. VAR-53871 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: DENNIS PRITCHARD - For possible
action on a request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW AN ACCESSORY STRUCTURE (CLASS II) TO BE LOCATED NINE
FEET FROM THE REAR PROPERTY LINE WHERE 10 FEET IS REQUIRED AND FIVE FEET FROM THE SIDE
PROPERTY LINE WHERE 10 FEET IS REQUIRED on 0.36 acres at 9109 Ghost Mountain Avenue (APN 138-05-411-
053), R-PD2 (Residential Planned Development - 2 Units per Acre) Zone, Ward 4 (Anthony) |PRJ-53797|. StaII
recommends DENIAL.

50. SUP-53909 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: LVCSD SADDLE, LLC - OWNER:
GRAGSON-BELTWAY BELCASTRO, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a Special Use Permit FOR A
PRIVATE SCHOOL, PRIMARY USE on the west side oI Rainbow Boulevard, approximately 610 Ieet north oI Craig
Road (APNs 138-03-602-009 and 010), C-PB (Planned Business Park) Zone, Ward 4 (Anthony) |PRJ-53552|. StaII
recommends APPROVAL.

51. SDR-53910 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO SUP-53909 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT: LVCSD SADDLE, LLC - OWNER: GRAGSON-BELTWAY BELCASTRO, LLC - For possible
action on a request Ior a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED TWO-STORY, 54,000 SQUARE-FOOT
PRIVATE SCHOOL, PRIMARY on 4.39 acres on the west side oI Rainbow Boulevard, approximately 610 Ieet north oI
Craig Road (APNs 138-03-602-009 and 010), C-PB (Planned Business Park) Zone, Ward 4 (Anthony) |PRJ-53552|. StaII
recommends APPROVAL.

52. SUP-53624 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: WALGREEN CO. - OWNER:
PPLAND, LP - For possible action on a request Ior a Special Use Permit FOR AN ACCESSORY PACKAGE LIQUOR
OFF-SALE USE WITHIN AN EXISTING 14,820 SQUARE-FOOT GENERAL RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT at 7755
North Durango Drive (APN 125-17-611-002), T-C (Town Center) Zone |SC-TC (Service Commercial - Town Center)
Special Land Use Designation|, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53329|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

53. SUP-53828 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: INTERSTATE PROPERTIES, INC.
- OWNER: RIO VISTA PLAZA, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED
AUTO TITLE LOAN USE at 7145 West Ann Road, Suite #110 (APN 125-34-515-004), PD (Planned Development)
Zone, Ward 4 (Anthony) |PRJ-53712|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

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54. SUP-53829 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: CHIPOTLE MEXICAN GRILL,
INC. - OWNER: WRI CHARLESTON COMMONS, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a Special Use Permit
FOR A BEER/WINE/COOLER ON-SALE ESTABLISHMENT USE WITHIN A PROPOSED 2,400 SQUARE-FOOT
RESTAURANT at 111 North Nellis Boulevard, Suite #150 (APN 140-32-802-007), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone,
Ward 3 (CoIIin) |PRJ-53735|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

55. SUP-53863 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: DOLLAR LOAN CENTER -
OWNER: LAMANZA, LLC - Request Ior a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 2,649 SQUARE-FOOT AUTO
TITLE LOAN USE WITH WAIVERS TO ALLOW A 100-FOOT DISTANCE SEPARATION FROM A RESIDENTIAL
USE WHERE 200 FEET IS REQUIRED AND TO ALLOW A 130-FOOT DISTANCE SEPARATION FROM A
SIMILAR USE WHERE 1,000 FEET IS REQUIRED at 4700 Meadows Lane, Suite #110 (APN 139-31-111-001), C-1
(Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) |PRJ-53278|. StaII recommends DENIAL.

56. SUP-53907 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: SAHARA CENTER, LLC -
For possible action on a request Ior a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 2,691 SQUARE-FOOT LIQUOR
ESTABLISHMENT (TAVERN) at 10000 West Sahara Avenue, Suite #100 (APN 163-06-416-006), C-1 (Limited
Commercial) Zone, Ward 2 (Beers) |PRJ-53804|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

57. SUP-53970 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: DYNAMIC PROPERTY
HOLDINGS, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a Special Use Permit FOR A PUBLIC SCHOOL,
SECONDARY USE at 7485 West Azure Drive (APN 125-27-114-023), T-C (Town Center) Zone |SX-TC (Suburban
Mixed Use - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation|, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53983|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

58. SDR-53752 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: DOTTY'S #108 -
OWNER: HUGHES FAMILY, LLC #3, ET AL - For possible action on a request Ior a Major Amendment to an
approved Plot Plan Review (Z-0090-63) FOR THE PROPOSED 928 SQUARE-FOOT EXPANSION OF A 3,870
SQUARE-FOOT LEGAL NON-CONFORMING LIQUOR ESTABLISHMENT (TAVERN) USE AND MINOR
MATERIAL CHANGES TO THE ELEVATIONS on 0.67 acres at 1690 North Decatur Boulevard (APN 139-19-401-
003), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) |PRJ-53647|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

DIRECTOR'S BUSINESS:

59. TXT-53959 - TEXT AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS - For
discussion and possible action to amend LVMC 19.02.300 to revise deIinitions, purpose, permit Iees, and compliance
procedures related to Multiple Species Habitat Conservation, and to provide Ior other related matters. StaII recommends
APPROVAL.

60. DIR-53876 - DIRECTOR'S BUSINESS - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS -
For discussion and possible action on a presentation oI the Las Vegas 2020 Master Plan annual report |PRJ-53572|. StaII
has NO RECOMMENDATION.

61. DIR-53939 - DIRECTOR'S BUSINESS - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS -
For discussion and possible action on a presentation on the Downtown Centennial Plan - Form-based Code Project. StaII
has NO RECOMMENDATION.

CITIZENS PARTICIPATION:

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



Agenda tem No.: 1.


AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG

SUB1ECT:
CALL TO ORDER


Agenda tem No.: 2.


AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG

SUB1ECT:
ANNOUNCEMENT: COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW


Agenda tem No.: 3.


AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG

SUB1ECT:
ROLL CALL


Agenda tem No.: 4.


AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG

SUB1ECT:
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 tem No.: 5.


AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG

SUB1ECT:
FOR POSSIBLE ACTION TO APPROVE THE FINAL MINUTES FOR THE PLANNING
COMMISSION MEETING OF MAY 13, 2014


Agenda tem No.: 6.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
Any items Irom the Planning Commission, staII and/or the applicant wish to be stricken or held
in abeyance to a Iuture meeting may be brought Iorward and acted upon at this time.


Agenda tem No.: 7.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
TMP-53895 - TENTATIVE MAP - SKYE CANYON PARCEL 1.2 - APPLICANT: NINETY
FIVE MANAGEMENT, LLC - OWNERS: K A G DEVELOPMENT SOUTH, LLC - For
possible action on a request Ior a Tentative Map FOR A 173-LOT SINGLE FAMILY
SUBDIVISION on 37.99 acres on the southwest corner oI Horse Drive and Grand Canyon Drive
(APN 125-07-301-002), T-D (Traditional Development) Zone, |L (Residential Low) Kyle
Canyon Land Use Designation|, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53719|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 7/16/2014
OR MAY BE FINAL ACTION (Unless Appealed Within 7 Days)

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:
Planning Commission Mtg. 0 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and StaII Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photos
5. JustiIication Letter

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AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: NINETY FIVE MANAGEMENT, LLC - OWNERS:
K A G DEVELOPMENT SOUTH, LLC


`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
AUMBER
RECOMMEADA1IOA
REQUIRED FOR
APPROJAL
TMP-53895 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

N/A


`` CONDITIONS ``


IMF-5385 CONDIIIONS


Planning

1. This approval shall be void Iour years Irom the date oI Iinal approval, unless exercised
pursuant to the provisions oI LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension oI Time may be Iiled Ior
consideration by the City oI Las Vegas.

2. All necessary building permits shall be obtained and Iinal inspections shall be completed in
compliance with Title 19 and all codes as required by the Department oI Building and
SaIety.

3. These Conditions oI Approval shall be aIIixed to the cover sheet oI any plan set submitted
Ior building permit.

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

6. A Master Homeowners Association shall be Iormed prior to the recordation oI the Iirst
residential subdivision map in conIormance with the Kyle Canyon Development Agreement
Section 4.01(a).
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7. A technical landscape plan, signed and sealed by a Registered Architect, Landscape
Architect, Residential Designer or Civil Engineer, must be submitted prior to or at the same
time as Final Map submittal. A permanent underground sprinkler system is required, and
shall be permanently maintained in a satisIactory manner; the landscape plan shall include
irrigation speciIications. Installed landscaping shall not impede visibility oI any traIIic
control device.

8. No turI shall be permitted in the non-recreational common areas, such as medians and
amenity zones in this development.

9. A Iully operational Iire protection system, including Iire apparatus roads, Iire hydrants and
water supply, shall be installed and shall be Iunctioning prior to construction oI any
combustible structures.

10. In conjunction with creation, declaration and recordation oI the subject common-interest
community, and prior to recordation oI the Covenants, Codes and Restrictions ('CC&R),
or conveyance oI any unit within the community, the Developer is required to record a
Declaration oI Private Maintenance Requirements ('DPMR) as a covenant on all
associated properties, and on behalI oI all current and Iuture property owners. The DPMR is
to include a listing oI all privately owned and/or maintained inIrastructure improvements,
along with assignment oI maintenance responsibility Ior each to the common interest
community or the respective individual property owners, and is to provide a brieI
description oI the required level oI maintenance Ior privately maintained components. The
DPMR must be reviewed and approved by the City oI Las Vegas Department oI Field
Operations prior to recordation, and must include a statement that all properties within the
community are subject to assessment Ior all associated costs should private maintenance
obligations not be met, and the City oI Las Vegas be required to provide Ior said
maintenance. Also, the CC&R are to include a statement oI obligation oI compliance with
the DPMR. Following recordation, the Developer is to submit copies oI the recorded DPMR
and CC&R documents to the City oI Las Vegas Department oI Field Operations.

11. All City Code requirements and design standards oI all City Departments must be satisIied,
except as modiIied herein.

Public Works

12. The Parent Final Map Ior Skye Canyon Phase 1 (FMP-53700), shall record prior to the
recordation oI the Final Map Ior this site to provide legal access.

13. Private streets must be granted and labeled on the Final Map Ior this site as Public Utility
Easements (P.U.E.), Public Sewer Easements, and Public Drainage Easements to be
privately maintained by the Homeowner`s Association.
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14. II not already constructed or guaranteed by the master developer, construct halI street
improvements on Horse Drive, Grand Canyon Drive, Racel Street, and Street 'E including
appropriate overpaving (where legally able) adjacent to this site concurrent with
development. Install all appurtenant underground Iacilities, iI any, adjacent to this site
needed Ior the Iuture traIIic signal system concurrent with development oI this site. Extend
all required underground utilities, such as electrical, telephone, etc., located within public
rights-oI-way, past the boundaries oI this site prior to construction oI hard surIacing (asphalt
or concrete). Per condition #11 oI the Skye Canyon parent Tentative Map (TMP-53058), iI
not already constructed or guaranteed by the master developer, a minimum two lanes oI
asphalt pavement village streets providing the main access to this site and a working sanitary
sewer connection shall be provided prior to a Iinal inspection oI any dwelling units within
this Tentative Map.

15. Per condition oI approval #9 oI the Skye Canyon parent Tentative Map (TMP-53058), grant
Pedestrian Access Easements Ior all sidewalks located outside oI the public street
right-oI-way by adding a note within the Owner`s CertiIicate on each Final Map to read, 'A
minimum 5-Ioot wide pedestrian walkway easement is hereby granted overlying all
sidewalks located in common areas abutting public streets, where such sidewalks are not
located within public street right-oI-way, together with the right oI ingress thereto and
egress thereIrom these easements. Additionally, grant Equestrian Trail Easements and
other Multi-Use Non-Equestrian Trail Easements on each Final Map where such Trails are
required by the Development Agreement..

16. Per condition oI approval #16 oI the Skye Canyon parent Tentative Map (TMP-53058), All
40-Ioot wide right-oI-way streets (back oI curb to back oI curb dimension) will need to be
'Ilared with curb transitions where they intersect other 40-Ioot wide right-oI-way streets to
provide an adequate receiving lane Ior vehicles turning onto the narrowed 40-Ioot rights-oI-
ways.

17. All landscaping and private improvements installed with this project shall be situated and
maintained so as to not create sight visibility obstructions Ior vehicular traIIic at all
development access drives and abutting street intersections. Per condition oI approval #15
oI the Sky Canyon Parent Tentative Map, landscaping within calculated Site Visibility
Restriction Zones (SVRZs) will be limited in height by the City TraIIic Engineer.

18. No structures, and no trees or vegetation taller than three Ieet, shall be allowed within any
Public Sewer Easements.

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19. A working sanitary sewer connection shall be in place prior to Iinal inspection oI any units
within this development. Full permanent improvements on all major access streets,
including all required landscaped areas between the perimeter wall and adjacent public
street, shall be constructed and accepted by the City prior to issuance oI any building
permits beyond 50 oI all units within this development. All oII-site improvements
adjacent to this site, including all required landscaped areas between the perimeter walls and
adjacent public streets, shall be constructed and accepted prior to issuance oI building
permits beyond 75. The above thresholds notwithstanding, all required improvements
shall be constructed in accordance with the approved Development Agreement.

20. A Drainage Plan and Technical Drainage Study must be submitted to and approved by the
Department oI Public Works prior to the issuance oI any building or grading permits,
submittal oI any construction drawings or the submittal oI a Map subdividing this site,
whichever may occur Iirst. Provide and improve all drainageways recommended in the
approved drainage plan/study. The developer oI this site shall be responsible to construct
such neighborhood or local drainage Iacility improvements as are recommended by the City
oI Las Vegas Neighborhood Drainage Studies and approved Drainage Plan/Study
concurrent with development oI this site.

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

22. Comply with all applicable conditions oI approval Ior the Sky Canyon Parent Tentative Map
(TMP-53058) and any other site related actions

.
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`` STAFF REPORT ``




PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant is proposing a Tentative Map (TMP-53895) Ior a 173-lot single-Iamily residential
subdivision located on the southwest corner oI Horse Drive and Grand Canyon Drive. The
subject property is zoned T-D (Traditional Development) with the L (Residential Low) Kyle
Canyon land use designation. The development is proposing both the Kyle R-1 (Single Family
Residential) district and the Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot) district development
standards Ior the two portions oI this subdivision. The development, as proposed will have an
overall land use density oI 4.55 residential units per acre. Lots sizes Ior the proposed Kyle R-1
standards ranging Irom 7,001 square Ieet to 15,378 square Ieet and lots Ior the proposed Kyle R-
CL range Irom 4,201 square Ieet to 9,215 square Ieet in size. This project meets all the Kyle
Canyon Development Standards Ior the respective district; thereIore, staII recommends approval
oI this Tentative Map with conditions.


ISSUES

The Parent Phase I Final Map (FMP-53700) is required to record prior to the recordation
oI a builder parcel Iinal map.
A Tentative Map is required to subdivide this property into 173 single-Iamily residential
lots.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
05/19/04
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-4044) request to
amend a portion oI Map 10 oI the Centennial Hills Sector oI the to realign power
line corridors within the CliII`s Edge Master Development Plan area. The
realignment placed power lines on the north side oI Grand Teton Drive, within
the Kyle Canyon area and within the overall subject parcel. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.
12/01/04
The City Council approved a request to amend the Master Plan Recreation
and Transportation Trail Elements (GPA-5157) to re-designate portions oI
proposed alignments in developed areas as pedestrian paths. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc

01/05/05
The City Council approved a request to adopt the Northwest Open Space Plan
(DIR-5543) Ior property generally located north oI Cheyenne Avenue, west oI
Decatur Boulevard, and east oI Puli Road. The Planning Commission and
staII recommended approval.
01/18/06
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-9167) request
to amend a portion oI the Centennial Hills Sector Plan oI the Master Plan
Irom SC (Service Commercial), PCD (Planned Community Development)
and PF (Public Facilities), to TND (Traditional Neighborhood Development)
on 1,712 acres generally located north oI Grand Teton Drive, between Puli
Road and Fort Apache Road. The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.
06/07/06
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-12339) request
to amend Map 11 oI the Centennial Hills Sector Plan to allow the relocation oI
an approved Electric Utility Substation Irom the northeast corner oI Hualapai
Way and Grand Teton Drive to a site north and west oI the approved location;
and Ior the addition oI transmission lines related to the proposed relocation oI
the proposed substation. The Planning Commission and staII recommended
approval.
07/19/06
The City Council approved a Site Development Plan Review (SDR-13535)
and Special Use Permit (SUP-13536) request to allow the relocation oI an
approved Electric Utility Substation Irom the northeast corner oI Hualapai
Way and Grand Teton Drive to a site north and west oI the approved location.
The Planning Commission and staII recommended approval. These
entitlements have expired.
The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-20543) request Irom R-E
(Residence Estates) and U (Undeveloped) TND |General Plan designation| to
TD (Traditional Development). The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.
05/16/07
The City Council approved a Development Agreement (DIR-21605) to adopt
the Kyle Canyon Development Standards and Design Guidelines and the
Development Agreement Ior the Kyle Canyon Master Plan area. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.
07/18/07
The City Council approved a Review oI Condition (ROC-22954) request to
remove all Conditions oI Approval Irom a Rezoning (ZON-20543). This
Rezoning action approved the Kyle Canyon Development Standards and
Design Guidelines. StaII recommended approval.
08/15/07
The City Council approved a Major ModiIication (MOD-22589) request to
amend the Kyle Canyon Development Standards and Design Guidelines to
realign a major roadway and clariIy street cross sections within the plan area.
Planning Commission and staII recommended approval.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc

The City Council approved Tentative Map (TMP-22586) request Ior a Parent
Tentative Map Ior the Kyle Canyon Master Plan area was approved. The
Planning Commission and staII recommended approval. This map is expired.
09/11/07
The applicant Iiled a Final Map (FMP-24541) technical review Ior a Parent
Final Map Ior the Kyle Canyon Master Plan area. This map expired.
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-20469) request
to change the land use designation Irom PCD (Planned Community
Development) and SC (Service Commercial) to TND (Traditional
Neighborhood Development). The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-22351) request to change the
zoning Irom U (Undeveloped) |PCD (Planned Community Development)
General Plan designation|, C-1 (Limited Commercial), and C-2 (General
Commercial) to T-D (Traditional Development) at the southeast corner oI Oso
Blanca Road and the Hualapai Way alignment. The Planning Commission
and staII recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-20475) request to add 51.38
acres to the G-O (Gaming Enterprise Overlay) District at the southeast corner
oI Oso Blanca Road and the Hualapai Way alignment. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.

09/19/07









09/19/07





The City Council approved a Special Use Permit (SUP-20478) request to
allow a non-restricted gaming Iacility at the southeast corner oI Oso Blanca
Road and the Hualapai Way alignment. The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval. This entitlement has expired.
12/20/07
The Planning Commission approved a Tentative Map (TMP-25492) request
Ior a Parent Tentative Map Ior a 105-lot mixed-use subdivision on 1,711.97
acres at the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII
recommended approval oI the request. This map expired.
02/06/08
The City Council approved a Master Plan oI Streets and Highways (MSH-
25695) and a Major ModiIication (MOD-25875) to the Kyle Canyon
Development Standards and Design Guidelines to update the appropriate
street names and roadway alignments proposed as a part oI this Tentative Map
application. The Planning Commission and staII recommended approval.
02/20/08
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-25383)
requested to modiIy Map Number 7 oI the Centennial Hills Sector Plan to
remove the alignments oI a proposed Multi-Use Non-Equestrian Trail along
the Hualapai Way alignment between Grand Teton Drive and Kyle Canyon
Road and along Log Cabin Way between Fort Apache Road and a point
approximately 4,080 Ieet in a westerly direction. The Planning Commission
and staII recommended approval.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
The City Council approved an Extension oI Time (EOT-28126) requested Ior
a Site Development Plan (SDR-13535) Ior a proposed Electric Utility
Substation on 4.09 acres approximately 560 Ieet west oI Hualapai Way and
890 Ieet north oI Grand Teton Drive. StaII recommended approval.
07/02/08
The City Council approved an Extension oI Time (EOT-28126) requested Ior
a Special Use Permit (SUP-13535) Ior a proposed Electric Utility Substation
on 4.09 acres approximately 560 Ieet west oI Hualapai Way and 890 Ieet
north oI Grand Teton Drive. StaII recommended approval.
08/06/08
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-28767) oI the
Development Agreement between the city oI Las Vegas and the Kyle
Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally located at
the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII
recommended approval.
12/03/08
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-29916) oI the
Development Agreement between the city oI Las Vegas and the Kyle
Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally located at
the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII
recommended approval.
08/05/09
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-34955) oI the
Development Agreement dated 08/08/07 between the city oI Las Vegas and
the Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally
located at the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road.
StaII recommended approval.
08/17/11
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-42369) oI the
Development Agreement dated 08/08/07 between the city oI Las Vegas and
the Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally
located at the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road.
StaII recommended approval.
11/16/11
The City Council approved an amendment to the Kyle Canyon Development
Agreement (DIR-42266) on approximately 1,662 acres at the southwest
corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII recommended
approval.
04/08/14
The Planning Commission approved a Parent Tentative Map (TMP-53058)
Ior a 45-lot subdivision Ior on 1,661.8 acres approximately 1,800 Ieet north or
Horse Drive on the west side oI Oso Blanca Road. StaII recommended
approval.
04/15/14
A Parent Final Map (FMP-53700) Ior Sky Canyon Phase I was submitted Ior,
Iour builder parcels on 163.65 acres. The Final Map has not been recorded.
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Most Recent Change of Ownership
11/07/13 A deed was recorded Ior a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
08/22/07
A Civil Improvement Plan (#24191) was applied Ior the repair oI conduit
under the sidewalk. The permit was Iinalized on 02/17/10.

Pre-Application Meeting
04/14/14
A pre-application meeting was held with the applicant`s designated
representative and the points below were discussed.

1. Provide a letter Irom the Master Developer indicating the land use
designation and the development will be reviewed under.
2. Street knuckles are needed on stub streets.
3. Show all driveway locations on private drives.
4. Dimension all lots.
5. Streets 1E and 1D should have cul-de-sacs.
6. Ensure site visibility zones on corner lots.
7. Ensure the Nevada Energy poles are not in the right-oI-way or
impede traIIic signal equipment.
8. The subdivision is designed to be gated.
9. Streets I and D area not in the traIIic study.
10. A subdivision with over 100-lots requires a secondary access.
11. IdentiIy and show all street improvement plans.
04/21/14
A Iollow-up pre-application meeting was held with the applicant`s designated
representative and the points below were discussed.
1. Cross section D and F on Sheet 1 oI Hualapai Way and Grand Cayon
Road exceeds the prescribed standards Iound within the Kyle Canyon
Development Standards Manual.
2. Knuckles have been introduced to the subdivision design.
3. The lot square-Ioot need to be on all lots.
4. The density oI the site is incorrect within the 'Project Summary.
Based on a net acreage oI 37.99 acres.
5. The lot count has increased to a total oI 157 lots Irom the previous 154
lots.
6. Pedestrian access points have been denoted as PED easement.
7. Vacation oI the utility easements along Hualapai way has been
requested.
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Pre-Application Meeting

8. Perimeter wall details are to comply with Title 19 with the exception
oI design or health as noted within the Kyle Canyon Development
Standards Manual.
9. Project Summary inIormation needs to be updated to reIlect a
connectivity score, proper minimum and maximum lot size values, net
acreage pursuant to the submitted Parent Final Map.
10. Property lines are to be relocated to the back oI curb and common
elements created that encapsulate the streetscapes.
Development Standard letter to be submitted by the Master Developer
to delineate which development standards are to be applied to the
subdivision or portion thereoI.

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

Field Check
02/27/14
A Iield check was conducted. The subject property consists oI undeveloped
desert.

Details of Application Request
Site Area
Gross Acres 37.99

Surrounding
Property
Existing Land Use
Per 1itle 19.12
Planned or Special
Land Use Designation
Existing Zoning District
Subject Property Undeveloped L (Residential Low)
T-D (Traditional
Development)
North Undeveloped BU (Blended Land Use)
T-D (Traditional
Development)
South Undeveloped L (Residential Low)
T-D (Traditional
Development)
Single Family,
Detached
East
Multi-Family
Residential
PCD (Planned
Community
Development)
PD (Planned
Development)
West Undeveloped L (Residential Low)
T-D (Traditional
Development)
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Master Plan Areas Compliance
Kyle Canyon Master Plan Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
T-D (Traditional Development) District Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails Y
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Project oI SigniIicant Impact (Development Impact NotiIication Assessment) N/A
Project oI Regional SigniIicance N/A


19.4.4 Connectivity
1ransportation Aetwork Element # Links # Aodes
Internal Street
Intersection Internal 15
Cul-de-sac Terminus 4
Intersection External Street or Stub Terminus 18
Intersection Stub Terminus w/ Temporary Turn Around
Easements
0
Non-Vehicular Path - Unrestricted 3
Total 21 19
Required Provided
Connectivity Ratio (Links / Noaes). NA 1.11


DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to the Kyle Canyon Development Standards Manual the following standards apply to
the Kyle R-1 (Single Family Residential) District:
Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Lot Size 4,500 SF 7,001 SF Y
Min. Lot Width 40 Feet 52.8 Feet Y
Min. Setbacks
Front Side entry garage
Front entry garage
Side
Corner Porch
Living
Rear

10 Feet
18 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
10 Feet
10 Feet

10 Feet
18 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
10 Feet
10 Feet

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Lot coverage, builaing heights ana equipment screening will be reviewea through the builaing
permit process.
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Pursuant to the Kyle Canyon Development Standards Manual the following standards apply to
the Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot) district:
Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Lot Size 2,000 SF 4,201 SF Y
Min. Lot Width 26 Feet 39 Feet Y
Min. Setbacks
Front Interior Street
2
nd
story living over garage
Porch
Single story living
2
nd
story living
Garage door
Court Street or Drive Aisle
2
nd
story living over garage
Porch
Single story living
2
nd
story living
Garage door
Paseo or Common Open
Space
Porch
Single story living
2
nd
story living
Side (Combined)
Corner Porch
Living
Rear No alley
Alley
2
nd
story living over garage
Porch
Single story living
2
nd
story living
Garage door

3 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
14 Feet
5 or ~18 Feet

3 Feet
3 Feet
10 Feet
14 Feet
5 or ~18 Feet


0 Feet
0 Feet
0 Feet
6 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
5 Feet

3 Feet
3 Feet
5 Feet
5 Feet
5 or ~18 Feet

3 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
14 Feet
5 or ~18

3 Feet
3 Feet
10 Feet
14 Feet
5 or ~18


0 Feet
0 Feet
0 Feet
6 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
5 Feet

3 Feet
3 Feet
5 Feet
5 Feet
5 or ~18

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y


Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Lot coverage, builaing heights ana equipment screening will be reviewea through the builaing
permit process.

Street Aame
Functional
Classification of
Street(s)
Coverning Document
Actual
Street Width
(Feet)
Compliance
with Street
Section
Horse Drive

Arterial Street with
Trail
Kyle Cannon
Development Standards

47
N*
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Street Aame Functional
Classification of
Street(s)
Coverning Document Actual
Street Width
(Feet)
Compliance
with Street
Section
Grand Canyon
Drive
Major Collector
Kyle Cannon
Development Standards
90 Y
Racel Street
Minor Collector
Street
Kyle Cannon
Development Standards
43 Y
Street E
Minor Collector
Street
Kyle Cannon
Development Standards
43 Y
*Only halI street improvements are required at this time.


Pursuant to the Kyle Canyon Jillage Street Standards the following standards apply:
Street name Alignment
1ree requirement
met
Shrub requirement
met
Landscape
buffer
Compliance
Horse Drive North Y Y Y
Grand Canyon East Y Y Y
Racel Street South Y Y Y
E Street West Y Y Y


Pursuant to the Kyle Canyon Jillage Street Standards the following standards apply:
Parking Requirement
Required Provided Compliance
Parking Parking
Use
Cross Floor
Area or
Aumber of
Units
Parking
Ratio Regular
Handi-
capped
Regular
Handi-
capped
Single Family,
Detached
173 Units
2 spaces
per unit
346

TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 346

346

Y
The minimum parking requirement to be satisfiea by proviaing unimpeaea parking spaces via
ariveway grarage.

ANALYSIS

The applicant is proposing a Tentative Map (TMP-53719) Ior a 173-lot single-Iamily residential
subdivision located on the southwest corner oI Horse Drive and Grand Canyon Drive. The
subject property is zoned T-D (Traditional Development) with the L (Residential Low) Kyle
Canyon land use designation. The development is proposing both the Kyle R-1 (Single Family
Residential) district and the Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot) district development
standards Ior the two portions oI this subdivision.
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The L (Residential Low) Kyle Canyon land use designation allows Ior a maximum oI 15 residential
dwelling units per acre with an average oI 5.49 dwelling units per acre. The proposed development
has a land use density oI 4.55 dwelling units per acre.

The Master Developer has determined the residential district development standards Ior this project.
Per the documents submitted, this project has been reviewed under the Kyle R-1 (Single Family
Residential) district and the Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot) district development
standards. Lot sizes within the proposed Kyle R-1 (Single Family Residential) district range Irom
7,001 square Ieet to 15,378 square Ieet with a minimum lot width oI 52.8 Ieet. Lot sizes Ior the
proposed Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot) district range Irom 4,201 square Ieet to 9,215
square Ieet with the minimum lot width oI 39 Ieet. The proposed lot sizes and widths meet the
minimum requirements Ior the Kyle R-1 (Single Family Residential) district and the R-CL (Single
Family Compact Lot) district development standards.

The applicant has submitted typical lot details that are in conIormance to the Kyle Canyon
Development Standards. No comments will be made on the proposed residential structures, as no
building models were submitted Ior public review. In addition, all development must be reviewed
and approved by the Kyle Canyon Design Review Community and in accordance with the Kyle
Canyon Design Review Process prior to the issuance oI building permits.

Although the Connectivity Ratio is not required Ior projects with Kyle Canyon Master Planned
community this project`s Connectivity Ratio is 1.11, which is below the minimum 1.3 ratio required
Ior similar projects in others parts oI the city.

There is Kyle Canyon multi-use trails along Horse Drive. Said trail has an eight-Ioot wide sidewalk,
with a zero-Ioot to Iour-Ioot wide amenity zone and a three-Ioot to Iive-Ioot wide landscape buIIer.
This trail complies with the Kyle Canyon parks agreement in location and design.

The Kyle Canyon Village Street Standards allows Ior landscape buIIer oI varying widths based on
right-oI-way width. The perimeter landscape buIIer widths Ior this project range Irom a minimum
oI three Ieet to a minimum oI Iive Ieet. In addition, the standards allows Ior tree spacing based
upon tree size. Tree spacing requirements Ior large trees are 30 to 45 Ieet, medium trees are 20 Ieet
and small trees are 10 Ieet. Tree sizes are not deIined per the Kyle Canyon Development Standards
or the UniIied Development Code; thereIore, tree size was determined by the Southern Nevada
Regional Plan list. Based upon the street cross sections and landscape plans provided, the Kyle
Canyon minimum landscape buIIer and streetscape requirements are being met.

The Clark County School District expressed opposition to the increased density oI the new
development, as the existing public primary and secondary schools in the area are near or over
capacity. Additional schools are planned Ior the area; however, not in the near Iuture. Thompson
Elementary is at 100.7 percent capacity and Bozarth Elementary is at 140 percent capacity,
Escobedo is at 72 percent capacity and Arbor View High School is at 105 percent oI capacity.
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The submitted east/west cross section depicts depict maximum natural grade greater than 2
across this site. Per the Kyle Canyon (Skye Canyon) Development Standards 19.06.040, a
development with natural slope greater than 2 is allowed a maximum 6-Ioot retaining wall. A
maximum 6-Ioot retaining wall is shown along the west property line and a maximum 6-Ioot
retaining wall is shown along the east property line.

The submitted north/south cross section depicts depict maximum natural grade less than 2
across this site. Per the Tables in Kyle Canyon (Skye Canyon) Development Standards 19.06.040
a development with natural slope less than or equal to 2, is allowed a maximum 4-Ioot
retaining wall. A maximum Iour-Ioot retaining wall is shown on the north and south property
lines.

The typical perimeter wall Ior the proposed development will consist oI a concrete masonry unit
block wall that is split-Iace on both side, nine-courses tall, Rinker Sandstone in color with a two-
inch masonry cap. When provided, columns will be a two-Ioot square10-courses tall with a beveled
three-Ioot square cap and be Rinker Sandstone in color. Column spacing will be a maximum oI 100
Ieet apart. Additionally, a 6.5-Ioot tall tubular steel Ience, Dark Hunter Green in color will be
incorporated along party walls.

The provided wall details comply with the Residential District Development Standards (19.06.040)
oI the Kyle Canyon Development Standards.

The proposed development is consistent with Kyle Canyon Development Standards, as well as the
zoning ordinance (Title 19) in eIIect when the standards were adapted. In summations, this project
meets all the minimum requirements Ior the Kyle Canyon Development Standards; thereIore, staII
recommends approval oI this Tentative Map with conditions.

FINDINGS TMP-53895

The proposed Tentative Map conIorms in density to L (Residential Low) Kyle Canyon land use
designation and the Kyle Canyon Design Standards Ior both the Kyle R-1 (Single Family
Residential District) and the Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot) district; thereIore, staII
recommends approval oI the request with conditions.




NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 32


NOTICES MAILED N/A

04/24/14
PRJ-53719
TMP-53895
04/24/14
PRJ-53719
TMP-53895
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PRJ-53719
TMP-53895 - REVISED
School Development Tracking Form
Date Filed Application Number Entity
Company Name
Contact Name
Contact Mailing Address
City State Zip Code
Phone Mobile Fax Email
Project Name
Project Description
APN's
CCSD Comments*
Approved Disapproved
Real Property Management
4190 McLeod Drive, 2nd Floor
Las Vegas, NV 89121
Single-Family Units (1) x 0.195 = x 0.102 = x 0.135 =
Multi-Family Units (2) x 0.135 = x 0.056 = x 0.062 =
Resort Condo Units (3)
http://ccsd.net/departments/real-property
Student Yield Elementary School Middle School High School
Total
(1) Single Family unit is defined as single family detached home, mobile home, and town homes.
(2) Multi-Family unit is defined as apartment, multiplexes, and condominiums.
(3) Resort Condominium units for tracking purposes only.
* To be completed by CCSD
Name
Schools Serving the Area*
Address Grade Capacity Enrollment Site Date
TMP-53895
5/7/2014 PRJ-53719 LV
Ninety-Five Management, LLC
Skye Canyon Parcel 1.2
Horse & Grand Canyon
125-07-301-001, 002
173 34 18 23
0 0 0
34 18 23
Thompson ES 7251 N. Campbell Rd K-5 788 794 04/11/14
Bozarth ES K-5 7431 Egan Crest Dr 788 1105 04/11/14
Escobedo MS 9501 Eschelon Point Dr 6-8 1646 1198 04/11/14
Arbor View HS 7500 Whispering Sands Dr 9-12 2626 2775 04/11/14
Thompson ES, BozarthES, and Arbor View HS are over capacity for the 2013-14 school year.
No new schools are planned for the area.
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Agenda tem No.: 8.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
TMP-53897 - TENTATIVE MAP - SKYE CANYON PARCEL 1.1 - APPLICANT: NINETY
FIVE MANAGEMENT, LLC - OWNERS: K A G DEVELOPMENT SOUTH, LLC - For
possible action on a request Ior a Tentative Map FOR A 157-LOT SINGLE FAMILY
SUBDIVISION on 35.28 acres on the southeast corner oI Horse Drive and Hualapai Way (APN
125-07-301-001), T-D (Traditional Development) Zone, |L (Residential Low) Kyle Canyon
Land Use Designation|, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53718|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 7/16/2014
OR MAY BE FINAL ACTION (Unless Appealed Within 7 Days)

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:
Planning Commission Mtg. 0 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and StaII Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photos
5. JustiIication Letter

TMP-53897PR1-53718]
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AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: NINETY FIVE MANAGEMENT, LLC - OWNERS:
K A G DEVELOPMENT SOUTH, LLC


`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
AUMBER
RECOMMEADA1IOA
REQUIRED FOR
APPROJAL
TMP-53897 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

N/A


`` CONDITIONS ``


IMF-5387 CONDIIIONS


Planning

1. This approval shall be void Iour years Irom the date oI Iinal approval, unless exercised
pursuant to the provisions oI LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension oI Time may be Iiled Ior
consideration by the City oI Las Vegas.

2. All necessary building permits shall be obtained and Iinal inspections shall be completed in
compliance with Title 19 and all codes as required by the Department oI Building and
SaIety.

3. These Conditions oI Approval shall be aIIixed to the cover sheet oI any plan set submitted
Ior building permit.

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

5. A Master Homeowners Association shall be Iormed prior to the recordation oI the Iirst
residential subdivision map in conIormance with the Kyle Canyon Development Agreement
Section 4.01(a).
TMP-53897PR1-53718]
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Conditions Page Two
1une 10, 2014 - Planning Commission Meeting



6. 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 as Final Map submittal. A permanent underground sprinkler system is required, and
shall be permanently maintained in a satisIactory manner; the landscape plan shall include
irrigation speciIications. Installed landscaping shall not impede visibility oI any traIIic
control device.

7. No turI shall be permitted in the non-recreational common areas, such as medians and
amenity zones in this development.

8. A Iully operational Iire protection system, including Iire apparatus roads, Iire hydrants and
water supply, shall be installed and shall be Iunctioning prior to construction oI any
combustible structures.

9. In conjunction with creation, declaration and recordation oI the subject common-interest
community, and prior to recordation oI the Covenants, Codes and Restrictions ('CC&R),
or conveyance oI any unit within the community, the Developer is required to record a
Declaration oI Private Maintenance Requirements ('DPMR) as a covenant on all
associated properties, and on behalI oI all current and Iuture property owners. The DPMR is
to include a listing oI all privately owned and/or maintained inIrastructure improvements,
along with assignment oI maintenance responsibility Ior each to the common interest
community or the respective individual property owners, and is to provide a brieI
description oI the required level oI maintenance Ior privately maintained components. The
DPMR must be reviewed and approved by the City oI Las Vegas Department oI Field
Operations prior to recordation, and must include a statement that all properties within the
community are subject to assessment Ior all associated costs should private maintenance
obligations not be met, and the City oI Las Vegas be required to provide Ior said
maintenance. Also, the CC&R are to include a statement oI obligation oI compliance with
the DPMR. Following recordation, the Developer is to submit copies oI the recorded DPMR
and CC&R documents to the City oI Las Vegas Department oI Field Operations.

10. All City Code requirements and design standards oI all City Departments must be satisIied,
except as modiIied herein.

Public Works

11. The Parent Final Map Ior Skye Canyon Phase 1, FMP-53700, shall record prior to the
recordation oI the Final Map Ior this site to provide legal access.

12. Private streets must be granted and labeled on the Final Map Ior this site as Public
Utility Easements (P.U.E.), Public Sewer Easements, and Public Drainage
Easements to be privately maintained by the Homeowner`s Association.
TMP-53897PR1-53718]
MR

Conditions Page Three
1une 10, 2014 - Planning Commission Meeting



13. II not already constructed or guaranteed by the master developer, construct halI
street improvements on Horse Drive, Hualapai Way, Racel Street, and Street 'E
including appropriate overpaving (where legally able) adjacent to this site concurrent
with development. Install all appurtenant underground Iacilities, iI any, adjacent to
this site needed Ior the Iuture traIIic signal system concurrent with development oI
this site. Extend all required underground utilities, such as electrical, telephone, etc.,
located within public rights-oI-way, past the boundaries oI this site prior to
construction oI hard surIacing (asphalt or concrete). Per condition #11 oI the Skye
Canyon parent Tentative Map (TMP-53058), iI not already constructed or
guaranteed by the master developer, a minimum two lanes oI asphalt pavement
village streets providing the main access to this site and a working sanitary sewer
connection shall be provided prior to a Iinal inspection oI any dwelling units within
this Tentative Map.

14. Per condition oI approval #9 oI the Skye Canyon parent Tentative Map (TMP-
53058), grant Pedestrian Access Easements Ior all sidewalks located outside oI the
public street right-oI-way by adding a note within the Owner`s CertiIicate on each
Final Map to read, 'A minimum 5-Ioot wide pedestrian walkway easement is hereby
granted overlying all sidewalks located in common areas abutting public streets,
where such sidewalks are not located within public street right-oI-way, together with
the right oI ingress thereto and egress there Irom these easements. Additionally,
grant Equestrian Trail Easements and other Multi-Use Non-Equestrian Trail
Easements on each Final Map where such Trails are required by the Development
Agreement.

15. Per condition oI approval #16 oI the Skye Canyon parent Tentative Map (TMP-
53058), All 40-Ioot wide right-oI-way streets (back oI curb to back oI curb
dimension) will need to be 'Ilared with curb transitions where they intersect other
40-Ioot wide right-oI-way streets to provide an adequate receiving lane Ior vehicles
turning onto the narrowed 40-Ioot rights-oI-ways.

16. All landscaping and private improvements installed with this project shall be situated
and maintained so as to not create sight visibility obstructions Ior vehicular traIIic at
all development access drives and abutting street intersections. Per condition oI
approval #15 oI the Sky Canyon Parent Tentative Map, landscaping within
calculated Site Visibility Restriction Zones (SVRZs) will be limited in height by the
City TraIIic Engineer.

17. No structures, and no trees or vegetation taller than three Ieet, shall be allowed
within any Public Sewer Easements.
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18. A working sanitary sewer connection shall be in place prior to Iinal inspection oI any
units within this development. Full permanent improvements on all major access
streets, including all required landscaped areas between the perimeter wall and
adjacent public street, shall be constructed and accepted by the City prior to issuance
oI any building permits beyond 50 oI all units within this development. All oII-
site improvements adjacent to this site, including all required landscaped areas
between the perimeter walls and adjacent public streets, shall be constructed and
accepted prior to issuance oI building permits beyond 75. The above thresholds
notwithstanding, all required improvements shall be constructed in accordance with
the approved Development Agreement.

19. A Drainage Plan and Technical Drainage Study must be submitted to and approved
by the Department oI Public Works prior to the issuance oI any building or grading
permits, submittal oI any construction drawings or the submittal oI a Map
subdividing this site, whichever may occur Iirst. Provide and improve all
drainageways recommended in the approved drainage plan/study. The developer oI
this site shall be responsible to construct such neighborhood or local drainage Iacility
improvements as are recommended by the City oI Las Vegas Neighborhood
Drainage Studies and approved Drainage Plan/Study concurrent with development
oI this site.

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

21. Comply with all applicable conditions oI approval Ior the Sky Canyon Parent
Tentative Map (TMP-53058) and any other site related actions.

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`` STAFF REPORT ``


PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant is proposing a Tentative Map (TMP-53897) Ior a 157-lot single-Iamily residential
subdivision located on the southeast corner oI Horse Drive and Hualapai Way. The subject
property is zoned T-D (Traditional Development) with the L (Residential Low) Kyle Canyon
land use designation. The Kyle R-1 (Single Family Residential) development district standards
are proposed Ior this subdivision. The development, as proposed will have an overall land use
density oI 4.45 residential units per acre. Lots sizes Ior the proposed development will range
Irom 4,740 square Ieet to 11,798 square Ieet in size. This project meets all the minimum
requirements Ior the Kyle Canyon Development Standards; thereIore, staII recommends
approval oI this Tentative Map with conditions.


ISSUES

The Parent Phase I Final Map (FMP-53700) is required to record prior to the recordation
oI a builder parcel Iinal map.
A Tentative Map is required to subdivide this property into 157 single-Iamily residential
lots.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
05/19/04
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-4044) request to
amend a portion oI Map 10 oI the Centennial Hills Sector oI the to realign power
line corridors within the CliII`s Edge Master Development Plan area. The
realignment placed power lines on the north side oI Grand Teton Drive, within
the Kyle Canyon area and within the overall subject parcel. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.
12/01/04
The City Council approved a request to amend the Master Plan Recreation
and Transportation Trail Elements (GPA-5157) to re-designate portions oI
proposed alignments in developed areas as pedestrian paths. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.

01/05/05
The City Council approved a request to adopt the Northwest Open Space Plan
(DIR-5543) Ior property generally located north oI Cheyenne Avenue, west oI
Decatur Boulevard, and east oI Puli Road. The Planning Commission and
staII recommended approval.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
01/18/06
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-9167) request
to amend a portion oI the Centennial Hills Sector Plan oI the Master Plan
Irom SC (Service Commercial), PCD (Planned Community Development)
and PF (Public Facilities), to TND (Traditional Neighborhood Development)
on 1,712 acres generally located north oI Grand Teton Drive, between Puli
Road and Fort Apache Road. The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.
06/07/06
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-12339) request
to amend Map 11 oI the Centennial Hills Sector Plan to allow the relocation oI
an approved Electric Utility Substation Irom the northeast corner oI Hualapai
Way and Grand Teton Drive to a site north and west oI the approved location;
and Ior the addition oI transmission lines related to the proposed relocation oI
the proposed substation. The Planning Commission and staII recommended
approval.
07/19/06
The City Council approved a Site Development Plan Review (SDR-13535)
and Special Use Permit (SUP-13536) request to allow the relocation oI an
approved Electric Utility Substation Irom the northeast corner oI Hualapai
Way and Grand Teton Drive to a site north and west oI the approved location.
The Planning Commission and staII recommended approval. These
entitlements have expired.
The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-20543) request Irom R-E
(Residence Estates) and U (Undeveloped) TND |General Plan designation| to
TD (Traditional Development). The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.
05/16/07
The City Council approved a Development Agreement (DIR-21605) to adopt
the Kyle Canyon Development Standards and Design Guidelines and the
Development Agreement Ior the Kyle Canyon Master Plan area. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.
07/18/07
The City Council approved a Review oI Condition (ROC-22954) request to
remove all Conditions oI Approval Irom a Rezoning (ZON-20543). This
Rezoning action approved the Kyle Canyon Development Standards and
Design Guidelines. StaII recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Major ModiIication (MOD-22589) request to
amend the Kyle Canyon Development Standards and Design Guidelines to
realign a major roadway and clariIy street cross sections within the plan area.
Planning Commission and staII recommended approval. 08/15/07
The City Council approved Tentative Map (TMP-22586) request Ior a Parent
Tentative Map Ior the Kyle Canyon Master Plan area was approved. The
Planning Commission and staII recommended approval. This map is expired.
09/11/07
The applicant Iiled a Final Map (FMP-24541) technical review Ior a Parent
Final Map Ior the Kyle Canyon Master Plan area. This map expired.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-20469) request
to change the land use designation Irom PCD (Planned Community
Development) and SC (Service Commercial) to TND (Traditional
Neighborhood Development). The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-22351) request to change the
zoning Irom U (Undeveloped) |PCD (Planned Community Development)
General Plan designation|, C-1 (Limited Commercial), and C-2 (General
Commercial) to T-D (Traditional Development) at the southeast corner oI Oso
Blanca Road and the Hualapai Way alignment. The Planning Commission
and staII recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-20475) request to add 51.38
acres to the G-O (Gaming Enterprise Overlay) District at the southeast corner
oI Oso Blanca Road and the Hualapai Way alignment. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.

09/19/07









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The City Council approved a Special Use Permit (SUP-20478) request to
allow a non-restricted gaming Iacility at the southeast corner oI Oso Blanca
Road and the Hualapai Way alignment. The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval. This entitlement has expired.
12/20/07
The Planning Commission approved a Tentative Map (TMP-25492) request
Ior a Parent Tentative Map Ior a 105-lot mixed-use subdivision on 1,711.97
acres at the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII
recommended approval oI the request. This map expired.
02/06/08
The City Council approved a Master Plan oI Streets and Highways (MSH-
25695) and a Major ModiIication (MOD-25875) to the Kyle Canyon
Development Standards and Design Guidelines to update the appropriate
street names and roadway alignments proposed as a part oI this Tentative Map
application. The Planning Commission and staII recommended approval.
02/20/08
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-25383)
requested to modiIy Map Number 7 oI the Centennial Hills Sector Plan to
remove the alignments oI a proposed Multi-Use Non-Equestrian Trail along
the Hualapai Way alignment between Grand Teton Drive and Kyle Canyon
Road and along Log Cabin Way between Fort Apache Road and a point
approximately 4,080 Ieet in a westerly direction. The Planning Commission
and staII recommended approval.
The City Council approved an Extension oI Time (EOT-28126) requested Ior
a Site Development Plan (SDR-13535) Ior a proposed Electric Utility
Substation on 4.09 acres approximately 560 Ieet west oI Hualapai Way and
890 Ieet north oI Grand Teton Drive. StaII recommended approval.
07/02/08
The City Council approved an Extension oI Time (EOT-28126) requested Ior
a Special Use Permit (SUP-13535) Ior a proposed Electric Utility Substation
on 4.09 acres approximately 560 Ieet west oI Hualapai Way and 890 Ieet
north oI Grand Teton Drive. StaII recommended approval.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
08/06/08
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-28767) oI the
Development Agreement between the city oI Las Vegas and the Kyle
Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally located at
the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII
recommended approval.
12/03/08
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-29916) oI the
Development Agreement between the city oI Las Vegas and the Kyle
Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally located at
the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII
recommended approval.
08/05/09
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-34955) oI the
Development Agreement dated 08/08/07 between the city oI Las Vegas and
the Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally
located at the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road.
StaII recommended approval.
08/17/11
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-42369) oI the
Development Agreement dated 08/08/07 between the city oI Las Vegas and
the Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally
located at the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road.
StaII recommended approval.
11/16/11
The City Council approved an amendment to the Kyle Canyon Development
Agreement (DIR-42266) on approximately 1,662 acres at the southwest
corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII recommended
approval.
04/08/14
The Planning Commission approved a Parent Tentative Map (TMP-53058)
Ior a 45-lot subdivision Ior on 1,661.8 acres approximately 1,800 Ieet north or
Horse Drive on the west side oI Oso Blanca Road. StaII recommended
approval.
04/15/14
A Parent Final Map (FMP-53700) Ior Sky Canyon Phase I was submitted Ior
a Iour builder parcels on 163.65 acres. The Final Map has not been recorded.


Most Recent Change of Ownership
11/07/13 A deed was recorded Ior a change in ownership.


Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
08/22/07
A Civil Improvement Plan (#24191) was applied Ior the repair oI conduit
under the sidewalk. The permit was Iinalized on 02/17/10.
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Pre-Application Meeting
04/14/14
A pre-application meeting was held with the applicant`s designated
representative and the points below were discussed.

1. Provide a letter Irom the Master Developer indicating the land use
designation and the development will be reviewed under.
2. Street knuckles are needed on stub streets.
3. Show all driveway locations on private drives.
4. Dimension all lots.
5. Streets 1E and 1D should have cul-de-sacs.
6. Ensure site visibility zones on corner lots.
7. Ensure the Nevada Energy poles are not in the right-oI-way or
impede traIIic signal equipment.
8. The subdivision is designed to be gated.
9. Streets I and D area not in the traIIic study.
10. A subdivision with over 100-lots requires a secondary access.
IdentiIy and show all street improvement plans.
04/21/14
A Iollow up pre-application meeting was held with the applicant`s designated
representative and the points below were discussed.

1. Cross section D on Sheet 1 oI Hualapai Way and Horse Road exceeds
the prescribed standards Iound within the Kyle Canyon Development
Standards Manual.
2. Cross Section A on Sheet 1 complies with the 32-Ioot private drive
detail Iound within the Kyle Canyon Development Standards Manual.
3. Cross Section B on Sheet 1 Complies with the 49-Ioot private/public
street cross section Iound within the Kyle Canyon Development
Standards manual.
4. The density oI the site is incorrect within the 'Project Summary.
Based on a net acreage oI 35.28 acres.
5. The lot count has increased to a total oI 157 lots Irom the previous 154
lots.
6. There is no connectivity score has been placed upon the cover sheet.
Pedestrian access points have been denoted as PED easement.
7. Vacation oI the utility easements along Hualapai way has been
requested.
8. Perimeter wall details are to comply with Title 19 with the exception
oI design or health as noted within the Kyle Canyon Development
Standards Manual.
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Pre-Application Meeting

9. Project Summary inIormation needs to be updated to reIlect a
connectivity score, proper minimum and maximum lot size values, net
acreage pursuant to the submitted Parent Final Map.
10. Property lines are to be relocated to the back oI curb and common
elements created that encapsulate the streetscapes.
11. Perimeter wall details to comply with the 20 contrasting material
requirements
12. Development Standard letter to be submitted by the Master Developer
to delineate which development standards are to be applied to the
subdivision or portion thereoI.

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


Field Check
02/27/14
A Iield check was conducted. The subject property consists oI undeveloped
desert.


Details of Application Request
Site Area
Gross Acres 35.28


Surrounding
Property
Existing Land Use
Per 1itle 19.12
Planned or Special
Land Use Designation
Existing Zoning District
Subject Property Undeveloped L (Residential Low)
T-D (Traditional
Development)
North Undeveloped BU (Blended Land Use)
T-D (Traditional
Development)
South Undeveloped L (Residential Low)
T-D (Traditional
Development)
East Undeveloped L (Residential Low)
T-D (Traditional
Development)
West Undeveloped L (Residential Low)
T-D (Traditional
Development)
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Master Plan Areas Compliance
Kyle Canyon Master Plan Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
T-D (Traditional Development) District Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails Y
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Project oI SigniIicant Impact (Development Impact NotiIication Assessment) N/A
Project oI Regional SigniIicance N/A


19.4.4 Connectivity
1ransportation Aetwork Element # Links # Aodes
Internal Street 18
Intersection Internal 13
Cul-de-sac Terminus 4
Intersection External Street or Stub Terminus 0
Intersection Stub Terminus w/ Temporary Turn Around
Easements
0
Non-Vehicular Path - Unrestricted 1.5
Total 19.5 18
Requirea Proviaea
Connectivity Ratio (Links / Noaes). NA 1.08


DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to the Kyle Canyon Development Standards Manual the following standards apply to
the Kyle R-1 (Single Family Residential) District:
Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Lot Size 4,500 SF 4,740 SF Y
Min. Lot Width 40 Feet 44.1 Feet Y
Min. Setbacks
Front Side entry garage
Front entry garage
Side
Corner Porch
Living
Rear

10 Feet
18 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
10 Feet
10 Feet

10 Feet
18 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
10 Feet
10 Feet

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Lot coverage, builaing heights ana equipment screening will be reviewea through the builaing
permit process.
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Street Aame
Functional
Classification of
Street(s)
Coverning Document
Actual
Street Width
(Feet)
Compliance
with Street
Section
Hualapai Way
Arterial Street with
Trail
Kyle Cannon
Development Standards
46 N*
Hose Drive
Arterial Street with
Trail
Kyle Cannon
Development Standards
47 N*
Racel Street
Minor Collector
Street
Kyle Cannon
Development Standards
43 Y
Street E
Minor Collector
Street
Kyle Cannon
Development Standards
43 Y
*Only halI street improvements are required at this time.

Pursuant to the Kyle Canyon Jillage Street Standards the following standards apply:
Street name Alignment
1ree requirement
met
Shrub requirement
met
Landscape
buffer
Compliance
Horse Drive North Y Y Y
E Street East Y Y Y
Racel Street South Y Y Y
Hualapai Way West Y Y Y

Pursuant to the Kyle Canyon Development Standards 19.06.040:
Parking Requirement
Required Provided Compliance
Parking Parking
Use
Cross Floor
Area or
Aumber of
Units
Parking
Ratio Regular
Handi-
capped
Regular
Handi-
capped
Single Family,
Detached
157 Units
2 spaces
per unit
314

TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 314

314

Y
The minimum parking requirement to be satisfiea by proviaing unimpeaea parking spaces via
ariveway or grarage.


ANALYSIS

The applicant is proposing a Tentative Map (TMP-53897) Ior a 157-lot single-Iamily residential
subdivision located on the southeast corner oI Horse Drive and Hualapai Way. The subject
property is zoned T-D (Traditional Development) with the L (Residential Low) Kyle Canyon
land use designation. The development is proposing the Kyle Canyon R-1 (Single Family
Residential) district development standards.
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The L (Residential Low) Kyle Canyon land use designation allows Ior a maximum oI 15 residential
dwelling units per acre with an average oI 5.49 dwelling units per acre. The proposed development
has a land use density oI 4.45 dwelling units per acre.

The Master Developer has determined the residential district development standards Ior this project.
Per the documents submitted, this project has been reviewed under the Kyle R-1 (Single Family
Residential) district development standards. Proposed lots range in Irom 4,740 square Ieet to 11,798
square Ieet in size. The minimum lot width Ior this development is 44.1 Ieet. The proposed lot sizes
and widths meet the minimum requirements Ior the Kyle R-1 (Single Family Residential) district
development standards.

The applicant has submitted typical lot details that are in conIormance to the Kyle Canyon
Development Standards. No comments will be made on the proposed residential structures, as no
building models were submitted Ior public review. In addition, all development must be reviewed
and approved by the Kyle Canyon Design Review Community and in accordance with the Kyle
Canyon Design Review Process prior to the issuance oI building permits.

Although the Connectivity Ratio is not required Ior projects with Kyle Canyon Master Planned
community this project`s Connectivity Ratio is 1.08 which is below the minimum 1.3 ratio required
Ior similar projects in others parts oI the city.

There are Kyle Canyon multi-use trails along Horse Drive and Hualapai Way. The trails have an
eight-Ioot wide sidewalk, with a zero-Ioot to Iour-Ioot wide amenity zone and a three-Ioot to Iive-
Ioot wide landscape buIIer. Both trails comply with the Kyle Canyon parks agreement in location
and design.

The Kyle Canyon Village Street Standards allows Ior landscape buIIer oI varying widths based on
right-oI-way width. The perimeter landscape buIIer widths Ior this project range Irom a minimum
oI three Ieet to a minimum oI Iive Ieet. In addition, the standards allows Ior tree spacing based
upon tree size. Tree spacing requirements Ior large trees are 30 to 45 Ieet, medium trees are 20 Ieet
and small trees are 10 Ieet. Tree sizes are not deIined per the Kyle Canyon Development Standards
or the UniIied Development Code; thereIore, tree size was determined by the Southern Nevada
Regional Plan list. Based upon the street cross sections and landscape plans provided, the Kyle
Canyon minimum landscape buIIer and streetscape requirements are being met.

The Clark County School District expressed opposition to the increased density oI the new
development, as the existing public primary and secondary schools in the area are near or over
capacity. Additional schools are planned Ior the area; however, not in the near Iuture. Thompson
Elementary is at 100.7 percent capacity and Bozarth Elementary is at 140 percent capacity,
Escobedo is at 72 percent capacity and Arbor View High School is at 105 percent oI capacity.
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The submitted east/west cross section depicts depict maximum natural grade greater than 2
across this site. Per the Kyle Canyon (Skye Canyon) Development Standards 19.06.040, a
development with natural slope greater than 2 is allowed a maximum 6-Ioot retaining wall. A
maximum Iour-Ioot retaining wall is shown along the west property line and a 12.0-Ioot
combination wall/retaining wall is shown along the east property line.

The submitted north/south cross section depicts depict maximum natural grade less than 2
across this site. Per the Tables in Kyle Canyon (Skye Canyon) Development Standards 19.06.040
a development with natural slope less than or equal to 2, is allowed a maximum 4-Ioot
retaining wall. A maximum Iour-Ioot retaining wall is shown on the north and south property
lines.

The typical perimeter wall Ior the proposed development will consist oI a concrete masonry unit
block wall that is split-Iace on both side, nine-courses tall, Rinker Sandstone in color with a two-
inch masonry cap. When provided, columns will be a two-Ioot square10-courses tall with a beveled
three-Ioot square cap and be Rinker Sandstone in color. Column spacing will be a maximum oI 100
Ieet apart. Additionally, a 6.5-Ioot tall tubular steel Ience Dark Hunter Green in color will be
incorporated along party walls.

The provided wall details comply with the Residential District Development Standards (19.06.040)
oI the Kyle Canyon Development Standards.

The proposed development is consistent with Kyle Canyon Development Standards, as well as the
zoning ordinance (Title 19) in eIIect when the standards were adapted. In summations, this project
meets all the minimum requirements Ior the Kyle Canyon Development Standards; thereIore, staII
recommends approval oI this Tentative Map with conditions.


FINDINGS TMP-53897

The proposed Tentative Map conIorms in density to L (Residential Low) Kyle Canyon land use
designation and the Kyle Canyon Design Standards Ior the Kyle R-1 (Single Family Residential
District); thereIore, staII recommends approval oI the request with conditions.



NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 31


NOTICES MAILED N/A
04/24/14
PRJ-53718
TMP-53897
04/24/14
PRJ-53718
TMP-53897
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School Development Tracking Form
Date Filed Application Number Entity
Company Name
Contact Name
Contact Mailing Address
City State Zip Code
Phone Mobile Fax Email
Project Name
Project Description
APN's
CCSD Comments*
Approved Disapproved
Real Property Management
4190 McLeod Drive, 2nd Floor
Las Vegas, NV 89121
Single-Family Units (1) x 0.195 = x 0.102 = x 0.135 =
Multi-Family Units (2) x 0.135 = x 0.056 = x 0.062 =
Resort Condo Units (3)
http://ccsd.net/departments/real-property
Student Yield Elementary School Middle School High School
Total
(1) Single Family unit is defined as single family detached home, mobile home, and town homes.
(2) Multi-Family unit is defined as apartment, multiplexes, and condominiums.
(3) Resort Condominium units for tracking purposes only.
* To be completed by CCSD
Name
Schools Serving the Area*
Address Grade Capacity Enrollment Site Date
TMP-53897
5/7/2014 PRJ-53718 LV
Ninety-Five Management, LLC
Skye Canyon Parcel 1.1
Horse & Grand Canyon
125-07-301-001, 002
157 31 16 21
0 0 0
31 16 21
Thompson ES 7251 N. Campbell Rd K-5 788 794 04/11/14
Bozarth ES K-5 7431 Egan Crest Dr 788 1105 04/11/14
Escobedo MS 9501 Eschelon Point Dr 6-8 1646 1198 04/11/14
Arbor View HS 7500 Whispering Sands Dr 9-12 2626 2775 04/11/14
Thompson ES, Bozarth ES and Arbor View HS are over capacity for the 2013-14 school year.
No new schools are planned for the area.
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Agenda tem No.: 9.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
TMP-53908 - TENTATIVE MAP - SKYE CANYON PARCEL 1.3 - APPLICANT: NINETY
FIVE MANAGEMENT, LLC - OWNERS: K A G DEVELOPMENT SOUTH, LLC - For
possible action on a request Ior a Tentative Map FOR A 209-LOT SINGLE FAMILY
SUBDIVISION on 40.90 acres on the northeast corner oI Grand Teton Drive and Hualapai Way
(APN 125-07-401-001), T-D (Traditional Development) Zone, |L (Residential Low) Kyle
Canyon Land Use Designation|, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53720|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 7/16/2014
OR MAY BE FINAL ACTION (Unless Appealed Within 7 Days)

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:
Planning Commission Mtg. 0 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and StaII Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photos
5. JustiIication Letter

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AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: NINETY FIVE MANAGEMENT, LLC - OWNERS:
K A G DEVELOPMENT SOUTH, LLC


`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
AUMBER
RECOMMEADA1IOA
REQUIRED FOR
APPROJAL
TMP-53908 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

N/A


`` CONDITIONS ``


IMF-5308 CONDIIIONS


Planning

1. This approval shall be void Iour years Irom the date oI Iinal approval, unless exercised
pursuant to the provisions oI LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension oI Time may be Iiled Ior
consideration by the City oI Las Vegas.

2. All necessary building permits shall be obtained and Iinal inspections shall be completed in
compliance with Title 19 and all codes as required by the Department oI Building and
SaIety.

3. These Conditions oI Approval shall be aIIixed to the cover sheet oI any plan set submitted
Ior building permit.

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

5. A Master Homeowners Association shall be Iormed prior to the recordation oI the Iirst
residential subdivision map in conIormance with the Kyle Canyon Development Agreement
Section 4.01(a).
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6. 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 as Final Map submittal. A permanent underground sprinkler system is required, and
shall be permanently maintained in a satisIactory manner; the landscape plan shall include
irrigation speciIications. Installed landscaping shall not impede visibility oI any traIIic
control device.

7. No turI shall be permitted in the non-recreational common areas, such as medians and
amenity zones in this development.

8. A Iully operational Iire protection system, including Iire apparatus roads, Iire hydrants and
water supply, shall be installed and shall be Iunctioning prior to construction oI any
combustible structures.

9. In conjunction with creation, declaration and recordation oI the subject common-interest
community, and prior to recordation oI the Covenants, Codes and Restrictions ('CC&R),
or conveyance oI any unit within the community, the Developer is required to record a
Declaration oI Private Maintenance Requirements ('DPMR) as a covenant on all
associated properties, and on behalI oI all current and Iuture property owners. The DPMR is
to include a listing oI all privately owned and/or maintained inIrastructure improvements,
along with assignment oI maintenance responsibility Ior each to the common interest
community or the respective individual property owners, and is to provide a brieI
description oI the required level oI maintenance Ior privately maintained components. The
DPMR must be reviewed and approved by the City oI Las Vegas Department oI Field
Operations prior to recordation, and must include a statement that all properties within the
community are subject to assessment Ior all associated costs should private maintenance
obligations not be met, and the City oI Las Vegas be required to provide Ior said
maintenance. Also, the CC&R are to include a statement oI obligation oI compliance with
the DPMR. Following recordation, the Developer is to submit copies oI the recorded DPMR
and CC&R documents to the City oI Las Vegas Department oI Field Operations.

10. All City Code requirements and design standards oI all City Departments must be satisIied,
except as modiIied herein.

Public Works

11. The Parent Final Map Ior Skye Canyon Phase 1, FMP-53700, shall record prior to the
recordation oI the Final Map Ior this site to provide legal access.

12. Prior to the recordation oI a Final Map Ior this site, a Petition oI Vacation such as VAC-
53843 shall record to eliminate the underlying Bureau oI Land Management right-oI-way
grant easement.
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13. Private streets must be granted and labeled on the Final Map Ior this site as Public Utility
Easements (P.U.E.), Public Sewer Easements, and Public Drainage Easements to be
privately maintained by the Homeowner`s Association.

14. II not already constructed or guaranteed by the master developer, construct halI street
improvements on Hualapai Way, Grand Teton Drive, Racel Street, and Street 'I including
appropriate overpaving (where legally able) adjacent to this site concurrent with
development. Street 'I must be a private street unless it serves a public street subdivision.
Install all appurtenant underground Iacilities, iI any, adjacent to this site needed Ior the
Iuture traIIic signal system concurrent with development oI this site. Extend all required
underground utilities, such as electrical, telephone, etc., located within public rights-oI-way,
past the boundaries oI this site prior to construction oI hard surIacing (asphalt or concrete).
Per condition #11 oI the Skye Canyon parent Tentative Map (TMP-53058), iI not already
constructed or guaranteed by the master developer, a minimum two lanes oI asphalt
pavement village streets providing the main access to this site and a working sanitary sewer
connection shall be provided prior to a Iinal inspection oI any dwelling units within this
Tentative Map.

15. Per condition oI approval #9 oI the Skye Canyon parent Tentative Map (TMP-53058), grant
Pedestrian Access Easements Ior all sidewalks located outside oI the public street
right-oI-way by adding a note within the Owner`s CertiIicate on each Final Map to read, 'A
minimum 5-Ioot wide pedestrian walkway easement is hereby granted overlying all
sidewalks located in common areas abutting public streets, where such sidewalks are not
located within public street right-oI-way, together with the right oI ingress thereto and
egress thereIrom these easements. Additionally, grant an Equestrian Trail Easement along
Grand Teton Drive and grant other Multi-Use Non-Equestrian Trail Easements on each
Final Map where such Trails are required by the Development Agreement.

16. Per condition oI approval #16 oI the Skye Canyon parent Tentative Map (TMP-53058), All
40-Ioot wide right-oI-way streets (back oI curb to back oI curb dimension) will need to be
'Ilared with curb transitions where they intersect other 40-Ioot wide right-oI-way streets to
provide an adequate receiving lane Ior vehicles turning onto the narrowed 40-Ioot rights-oI-
ways.

17. Contact the City Engineer`s OIIice at 229-6272 to coordinate the development oI this
project with the Grand Teton Storm Drain project and any other public improvement
projects adjacent to this site. Comply with the recommendations oI the City Engineer.

18. All landscaping and private improvements installed with this project shall be situated and
maintained so as to not create sight visibility obstructions Ior vehicular traIIic at all
development access drives and abutting street intersections. Per condition oI approval #15
oI the Sky Canyon Parent Tentative Map, landscaping within calculated Site Visibility
Restriction Zones (SVRZs) will be limited in height by the City TraIIic Engineer.
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19. No structures, and no trees or vegetation taller than three Ieet, shall be allowed within any
Public Sewer Easements. Common Lot 'S must be paved or otherwise hard surIaced
meeting the maintenance access requirements oI the Sanitary Sewer Section oI the
Department oI Public Works.

20. A working sanitary sewer connection shall be in place prior to Iinal inspection oI any units
within this development. Full permanent improvements on all major access streets,
including all required landscaped areas between the perimeter wall and adjacent public
street, shall be constructed and accepted by the City prior to issuance oI any building
permits beyond 50 oI all units within this development. All oII-site improvements
adjacent to this site, including all required landscaped areas between the perimeter walls and
adjacent public streets, shall be constructed and accepted prior to issuance oI building
permits beyond 75. The above thresholds notwithstanding, all required improvements
shall be constructed in accordance with the approved Development Agreement.

21. A Drainage Plan and Technical Drainage Study must be submitted to and approved by the
Department oI Public Works prior to the issuance oI any building or grading permits,
submittal oI any construction drawings or the submittal oI a Map subdividing this site,
whichever may occur Iirst. Provide and improve all drainageways recommended in the
approved drainage plan/study. The developer oI this site shall be responsible to construct
such neighborhood or local drainage Iacility improvements as are recommended by the City
oI Las Vegas Neighborhood Drainage Studies and approved Drainage Plan/Study
concurrent with development oI this site.

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

23. Comply with all applicable conditions oI approval Ior the Sky Canyon Parent Tentative Map
(TMP-53700) and any other site related actions.


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`` STAFF REPORT ``


PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant is proposing a Tentative Map (TMP-53908) Ior a 209-lot single-Iamily residential
subdivision located on the northeast corner oI Hualapai Way and Grand Teton Drive. The subject
property is zoned T-D (Traditional Development) with the L (Residential Low) Kyle Canyon
land use designation. The development is proposing both the Kyle R-1 (Single Family
Residential) district and the Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot) district development
standards Ior the two portions oI this subdivision. The development, as proposed will have an
overall land use density oI 5.11 residential units per acre. Lots sizes Ior the proposed Kyle R-1
standards ranging Irom 5,407 square Ieet to 11,940 square Ieet in size and lots Ior the proposed
Kyle R-CL range Irom 3,722 square Ieet to 11,039 square Ieet in size. This project meets all the
Kyle Canyon Development Standards Ior the respective district; thereIore, staII recommends
approval oI this Tentative Map with conditions.


ISSUES

The Parent Phase I Final Map (FMP-53700) is required to record prior to the recordation
a builder parcel Iinal map.
A Tentative Map is required to subdivide this property into 209 single-Iamily residential
lots.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
05/19/04
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-4044) request to
amend a portion oI Map 10 oI the Centennial Hills Sector oI the to realign power
line corridors within the CliII`s Edge Master Development Plan area. The
realignment placed power lines on the north side oI Grand Teton Drive, within
the Kyle Canyon area and within the overall subject parcel. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.
12/01/04
The City Council approved a request to amend the Master Plan Recreation
and Transportation Trail Elements (GPA-5157) to re-designate portions oI
proposed alignments in developed areas as pedestrian paths. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.

01/05/05
The City Council approved a request to adopt the Northwest Open Space Plan
(DIR-5543) Ior property generally located north oI Cheyenne Avenue, west oI
Decatur Boulevard, and east oI Puli Road. The Planning Commission and
staII recommended approval.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
01/18/06
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-9167) request
to amend a portion oI the Centennial Hills Sector Plan oI the Master Plan
Irom SC (Service Commercial), PCD (Planned Community Development)
and PF (Public Facilities), to TND (Traditional Neighborhood Development)
on 1,712 acres generally located north oI Grand Teton Drive, between Puli
Road and Fort Apache Road. The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.
06/07/06
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-12339) request
to amend Map 11 oI the Centennial Hills Sector Plan to allow the relocation oI
an approved Electric Utility Substation Irom the northeast corner oI Hualapai
Way and Grand Teton Drive to a site north and west oI the approved location;
and Ior the addition oI transmission lines related to the proposed relocation oI
the proposed substation. The Planning Commission and staII recommended
approval.
07/19/06
The City Council approved a Site Development Plan Review (SDR-13535)
and Special Use Permit (SUP-13536) request to allow the relocation oI an
approved Electric Utility Substation Irom the northeast corner oI Hualapai
Way and Grand Teton Drive to a site north and west oI the approved location.
The Planning Commission and staII recommended approval. These
entitlements have expired.
The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-20543) request Irom R-E
(Residence Estates) and U (Undeveloped) TND |General Plan designation| to
TD (Traditional Development). The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.
05/16/07
The City Council approved a Development Agreement (DIR-21605) to adopt
the Kyle Canyon Development Standards and Design Guidelines and the
Development Agreement Ior the Kyle Canyon Master Plan area. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.
07/18/07
The City Council approved a Review oI Condition (ROC-22954) request to
remove all Conditions oI Approval Irom a Rezoning (ZON-20543). This
Rezoning action approved the Kyle Canyon Development Standards and
Design Guidelines. StaII recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Major ModiIication (MOD-22589) request to
amend the Kyle Canyon Development Standards and Design Guidelines to
realign a major roadway and clariIy street cross sections within the plan area.
Planning Commission and staII recommended approval. 08/15/07
The City Council approved Tentative Map (TMP-22586) request Ior a Parent
Tentative Map Ior the Kyle Canyon Master Plan area was approved. The
Planning Commission and staII recommended approval. This map is expired.
09/11/07
The applicant Iiled a Final Map (FMP-24541) technical review Ior a Parent
Final Map Ior the Kyle Canyon Master Plan area. This map expired.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-20469) request
to change the land use designation Irom PCD (Planned Community
Development) and SC (Service Commercial) to TND (Traditional
Neighborhood Development). The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.
09/19/07 The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-22351) request to change the
zoning Irom U (Undeveloped) |PCD (Planned Community Development)
General Plan designation|, C-1 (Limited Commercial), and C-2 (General
Commercial) to T-D (Traditional Development) at the southeast corner oI Oso
Blanca Road and the Hualapai Way alignment. The Planning Commission
and staII recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-20475) request to add 51.38
acres to the G-O (Gaming Enterprise Overlay) District at the southeast corner
oI Oso Blanca Road and the Hualapai Way alignment. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Special Use Permit (SUP-20478) request to
allow a non-restricted gaming Iacility at the southeast corner oI Oso Blanca
Road and the Hualapai Way alignment. The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval. This entitlement has expired.
12/20/07
The Planning Commission approved a Tentative Map (TMP-25492) request
Ior a Parent Tentative Map Ior a 105-lot mixed-use subdivision on 1,711.97
acres at the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII
recommended approval oI the request. This map expired.
02/06/08
The City Council approved a Master Plan oI Streets and Highways (MSH-
25695) and a Major ModiIication (MOD-25875) to the Kyle Canyon
Development Standards and Design Guidelines to update the appropriate
street names and roadway alignments proposed as a part oI this Tentative Map
application. The Planning Commission and staII recommended approval.
02/20/08
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-25383)
requested to modiIy Map Number 7 oI the Centennial Hills Sector Plan to
remove the alignments oI a proposed Multi-Use Non-Equestrian Trail along
the Hualapai Way alignment between Grand Teton Drive and Kyle Canyon
Road and along Log Cabin Way between Fort Apache Road and a point
approximately 4,080 Ieet in a westerly direction. The Planning Commission
and staII recommended approval.
The City Council approved an Extension oI Time (EOT-28126) requested Ior
a Site Development Plan (SDR-13535) Ior a proposed Electric Utility
Substation on 4.09 acres approximately 560 Ieet west oI Hualapai Way and
890 Ieet north oI Grand Teton Drive. StaII recommended approval.
07/02/08
The City Council approved an Extension oI Time (EOT-28126) requested Ior
a Special Use Permit (SUP-13535) Ior a proposed Electric Utility Substation
on 4.09 acres approximately 560 Ieet west oI Hualapai Way and 890 Ieet
north oI Grand Teton Drive. StaII recommended approval.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
08/06/08
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-28767) oI the
Development Agreement between the city oI Las Vegas and the Kyle
Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally located at
the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII
recommended approval.
12/03/08
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-29916) oI the
Development Agreement between the city oI Las Vegas and the Kyle
Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally located at
the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII
recommended approval.
08/05/09
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-34955) oI the
Development Agreement dated 08/08/07 between the city oI Las Vegas and
the Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally
located at the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road.
StaII recommended approval.
08/17/11
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-42369) oI the
Development Agreement dated 08/08/07 between the city oI Las Vegas and
the Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally
located at the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road.
StaII recommended approval.
11/16/11
The City Council approved an amendment to the Kyle Canyon Development
Agreement (DIR-42266) on approximately 1,662 acres at the southwest
corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII recommended
approval.
04/08/14
The Planning Commission approved a Parent Tentative Map (TMP-53058)
Ior a 45-lot subdivision Ior on 1,661.8 acres approximately 1,800 Ieet north or
Horse Drive on the west side oI Oso Blanca Road. StaII recommended
approval.
04/15/14
A Parent Final Map (FMP-53700) Ior Sky Canyon Phase I was submitted Ior,
Iour builder parcels on 163.65 acres. The Final Map has not been recorded.

Most Recent Change of Ownership
11/07/13 A deed was recorded Ior a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
08/22/07
A Civil Improvement Plan (#24191) was applied Ior the repair oI conduit
under the sidewalk. The permit was Iinalized on 02/17/10.
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Pre-Application Meeting
04/14/14
A pre-application meeting was held with the applicant`s designated
representative and the points below were discussed.
1. Provide a letter Irom the Master Developer indicating the land use
designation and the development will be reviewed under.
2. Street knuckles are needed on stub streets.
3. Show all driveway locations on private drives.
4. Dimension all lots.
5. Streets 1E and 1D should have cul-de-sacs.
6. Ensure site visibility zones on corner lots.
7. Ensure the Nevada Energy poles are not in the right-oI-way or
impede traIIic signal equipment.
8. The subdivision is designed to be gated.
9. A subdivision with over 100-lots requires a secondary access.
IdentiIy and show all street improvement plans.
04/21/14
A Iollow-up pre-application meeting was held with the applicant`s designated
representative and the points below were discussed.
1. Project Summer inIormation needs to be updated to reIlect a
connectivity score, proper minimum and maximum lot size values, net
acreage pursuant to the submitted Parent Final Map
2. Property lines are to be relocated to back oI curb and common
elements created that encapsulate the streetscapes.
3. Look at the power line pole on the northeast corner oI Hualapai Way
and Grand Teton Drive, as the pole and lines maybe in the way oI the
traIIic signal.
4. Cross section D on Sheet 1 oI Hualapai Way and Horse Road exceeds
the prescribed standards Iound within the Kyle Canyon Development
Standards Manual.
5. Streets Three, One and I need to be in the traIIic study.
6. Vacation oI the utility easements along Hualapai way has been
requested.
7. Perimeter wall details are to comply with Title 19 with the exception
oI design or health as noted within the Kyle Canyon Development
Standards
8. Perimeter wall details to comply with the 20 contrasting material
requirements
Development Standard letter to be submitted by the Master Developer
to delineate which development standards are to be applied to the
subdivision or portion thereoI.
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Aeighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting was not required, nor was one held.


Field Check
02/27/14
A Iield check was conducted. The subject property consists oI undeveloped
desert.


Details of Application Request
Site Area
Net Acres 40.90


Surrounding
Property
Existing Land Use
Per 1itle 19.12
Planned or Special
Land Use Designation
Existing Zoning District
Subject Property Undeveloped L (Residential Low)
T-D (Traditional
Development)
North Undeveloped L (Residential Low)
T-D (Traditional
Development)
Single,
Family Detached
South
Single,
Family Attached
PCD (Planned
Community
Development)
PD (Planned
Development)
East Undeveloped L (Residential Low)
T-D (Traditional
Development)
West Undeveloped L (Residential Low)
T-D (Traditional
Development)


Master Plan Areas Compliance
Kyle Canyon Master Plan Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
T-D (Traditional Development) District Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails Y
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Project oI SigniIicant Impact (Development Impact NotiIication Assessment) N/A
Project oI Regional SigniIicance N/A
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19.4.4 Connectivity
1ransportation Aetwork Element # Links # Aodes
Internal Street
Intersection Internal 13
Cul-de-sac Terminus 6
Intersection External Street or Stub Terminus 21
Intersection Stub Terminus w/ Temporary Turn Around
Easements
0
Non-Vehicular Path - Unrestricted 2
Total 23 19
Required Provided
Connectivity Ratio (Links / Noaes). NA 1.21


DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to the Kyle Canyon Development Standards Manual the following standards apply to
the Kyle R-1 (Single Family Residential) District:
Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Lot Size 4,500 SF 5,407 SF Y
Min. Lot Width 40 Feet* 31.8 Feet Y
Min. Setbacks
Front Side entry garage
Front entry garage
Side
Corner Porch
Living
Rear

10 Feet
18 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
10 Feet
10 Feet

10 Feet
18 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
10 Feet
10 Feet

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
*The minimum lot width on a cul-de-sac or knuckle is 30 Ieet.
Lot coverage, builaing heights ana equipment screening will be reviewea through the builaing
permit process.
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Pursuant to the Kyle Canyon Development Standards Manual the following standards apply to
the Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot) district:
Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Lot Size 2,000 SF 3,722 SF Y
Min. Lot Width 26 Feet 37 Feet Y
Min. Setbacks
Front Interior Street
2
nd
story living over garage
Porch
Single story living
2
nd
story living
Garage door
Court Street or Drive Aisle
2
nd
story living over garage
Porch
Single story living
2
nd
story living
Garage door
Paseo or Common Open
Space
Porch
Single story living
2
nd
story living
Side (Combined)
Corner Porch
Living
Rear No alley
Alley
2
nd
story living over garage
Porch
Single story living
2
nd
story living
Garage door

3 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
14 Feet
5 or ~18 Feet

3 Feet
3 Feet
10 Feet
14 Feet
5 or ~18 Feet


0 Feet
0 Feet
0 Feet
6 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
5 Feet

3 Feet
3 Feet
5 Feet
5 Feet
5 or ~18 Feet

3 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
14 Feet
5 or ~18

3 Feet
3 Feet
10 Feet
14 Feet
5 or ~18


0 Feet
0 Feet
0 Feet
6 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
5 Feet

3 Feet
3 Feet
5 Feet
5 Feet
5 or ~18

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y


Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Lot coverage, builaing heights ana equipment screening will be reviewea through the builaing
permit process.

Street Aame
Functional
Classification of
Street(s)
Coverning Document
Actual
Street Width
(Feet)
Compliance
with Street
Section
Hualapai Way
Arterial Street with
Trail
Kyle Cannon
Development Standards
46 N*
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Street Aame
Functional
Classification of
Street(s)
Coverning Document
Actual
Street Width
(Feet)
Compliance
with Street
Section
Grand Teton Drive
Arterial Street with
Equestrian Trail
Kyle Cannon
Development Standards
97 Y
Racel Street
Minor Collector
Street
Kyle Cannon
Development Standards
43 Y
Street I
Minor Collector
Street
Kyle Cannon
Development Standards
43 Y
*Only halI street improvements are required at this time.

Pursuant to the Kyle Canyon Jillage Street Standards the following standards apply:
Street name Alignment
1ree requirement
met
Shrub requirement
met
Landscape
buffer
Compliance
Racel Street North Y Y Y
Street I East Y Y Y
Grand Teton
Drive
South
Y Y Y
Hualapai Way West Y Y Y

Pursuant to the Kyle Canyon Jillage Street Standards the following standards apply:
Parking Requirement
Required Provided Compliance
Parking Parking
Use
Cross Floor
Area or
Aumber of
Units
Parking
Ratio Regular
Handi-
capped
Regular
Handi-
capped
Single Family,
Detached
209 Units
2 spaces
per unit
418

TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 418

418

Y
The minimum parking requirement to be satisfiea by proviaing unimpeaea parking spaces via
ariveway or grarage.

ANALYSIS

The applicant is proposing a Tentative Map (TMP-53908) Ior a 209-lot single-Iamily residential
subdivision located on the northeast corner oI Grand Teton Drive and Hualapai Way. The subject
property is zoned T-D (Traditional Development) with the L (Residential Low) Kyle Canyon
land use designation. The development is proposing both the Kyle R-1 (Single Family
Residential) district and the Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot) district development
standards Ior the two portions oI this subdivision.
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The L (Residential Low) Kyle Canyon land use designation allows Ior a maximum oI 15 residential
dwelling units per acre with an average oI 5.49 dwelling units per acre. This development has a
land use density oI 5.11 dwelling units per acre.

The Master Developer has determines the residential district development standards Ior this project.
Per the documents submitted, this project has been reviewed under the Kyle R-1 (Single Family
Residential) district and the Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot) district development
standards. Lot sizes within the proposed Kyle R-1 district range Irom 5,407square Ieet to 11,490
square Ieet with a minimum lot width oI 31.8 Ieet. |The lot 18 is 31.8-Ioot wide and it is on a on a
cul-de-sac. The Kyle Canyon Development Standards allows Ior a lot 30 Ieet wide on cul-de-sac
and knuckle in the R-1 (Single Family Residential district)|. All lots within the Kyle R-1 district
meet the minimum lot width. Lot sizes Ior the proposed Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot)
district range Irom 3,722 square Ieet to 11,039 square Ieet with the minimum lot width oI 37 Ieet.
The proposed lot sizes and widths meet the minimum requirements Ior the Kyle R-1 (Single Family
Residential) district and the R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot) district development standards.

The applicant has submitted typical lot details that are in conIormance to the Kyle Canyon
Development Standards. No comments will be made on the proposed residential structures, as no
building models were submitted Ior public review. In addition, all development must be reviewed
and approved by the Kyle Canyon Design Review Community and in accordance with the Kyle
Canyon Design Review Process prior to the issuance oI building permits.

Although the Connectivity Ratio is not required Ior projects with Kyle Canyon Master Planned
community this project`s Connectivity Ratio is 1.21, which is below the minimum 1.3 ratio required
Ior similar projects in others parts oI the city.

There is a Master Planned Equestrian trail along Grand Teton Drive and Kyle Canyon multi-use
trail along Hualapai Way. The equestrian trail has a Iive-Ioot wide amenity zone, sidewalk and
landscape buIIer with a 10-Ioot wide equestrian path. The multi-use trail has an eight-Ioot wide
sidewalk, with a zero-Ioot to Iour-Ioot wide amenity zone and a three-Ioot to Iive-Ioot wide
landscape buIIer. The equestrian trail along complies with the trail design detailed in the Parks
Element oI the Las Vegas 2020 Master Plan and with the Kyle Canyon parks agreement. The multi-
use trail complies with the Kyle Canyon parks agreement in location and design.

The Kyle Canyon Village Street Standards allows Ior landscape buIIer oI varying widths based on
right-oI-way width. The perimeter landscape buIIer widths Ior this project range Irom a minimum
oI three Ieet to a minimum oI Iive Ieet. In addition, the standards allows Ior tree spacing based
upon tree size. Tree spacing requirements Ior large trees are 30 to 45 Ieet, medium trees are 20 Ieet
and small trees are 10 Ieet. Tree sizes are not deIined per the Kyle Canyon Development Standards
or the UniIied Development Code; thereIore, tree size was determined by the Southern Nevada
Regional Plan list. Based upon the street cross sections and landscape plans provided, the Kyle
Canyon minimum landscape buIIer and streetscape requirements are being met.
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The Clark County School District expressed opposition to the increased density oI the new
development, as the existing public primary and secondary schools in the area are near or over
capacity. Additional schools are planned Ior the area; however, not in the near Iuture. Thompson
Elementary is at 100.7 percent capacity and Bozarth Elementary is at 140 percent capacity,
Escobedo is at 72 percent capacity and Arbor View High School is at 105 percent oI capacity.

The submitted east/west cross section depicts depict maximum natural grade greater than 2
across this site. Per the Kyle Canyon (Skye Canyon) Development Standards 19.06.040, a
development with natural slope greater than 2 is allowed a maximum 6-Ioot retaining wall. A
maximum 6-Ioot retaining wall is shown along the east and west property lines.

The submitted north/south cross section depicts depict maximum natural grade less than 2
across this site. Per the Tables in Kyle Canyon (Skye Canyon) Development Standards 19.06.040
a development with natural slope less than or equal to 2, is allowed a maximum 4-Ioot
retaining wall. A maximum Iour-Ioot retaining wall is shown on the south property line and no
retaining wall is shown on the north property line.

The typical perimeter wall Ior the proposed development will consist oI a concrete masonry unit
block wall that is split-Iace on both side, nine-courses tall, Rinker Sandstone in color with a two-
inch masonry cap. When provided, columns will be a two-Ioot square10-courses tall with a beveled
three-Ioot square cap and be Rinker Sandstone in color. Column spacing will be a maximum oI 100
Ieet apart. Additionally, a 6.5-Ioot tall tubular steel Ience, Dark Hunter Green in color will be
incorporated along party walls.

The provided wall details comply with the Residential District Development Standards (19.06.040)
oI the Kyle Canyon Development Standards.

The proposed development is consistent with Kyle Canyon Development Standards, as well as the
zoning ordinance (Title 19) in eIIect when the standards were adapted. In summations, this project
meets all the minimum requirements Ior the Kyle Canyon Development Standards; thereIore, staII
recommends approval oI this Tentative Map with conditions.


FINDINGS TMP-53908

The proposed Tentative Map conIorms in density to L (Residential Low) Kyle Canyon land use
designation and the Kyle Canyon Design Standards Ior both the Kyle R-1 (Single Family
Residential District) and the Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot) district; thereIore, staII
recommends approval oI the request with conditions.
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School Development Tracking Form
Date Filed Application Number Entity
Company Name
Contact Name
Contact Mailing Address
City State Zip Code
Phone Mobile Fax Email
Project Name
Project Description
APN's
CCSD Comments*
Approved Disapproved
Real Property Management
4190 McLeod Drive, 2nd Floor
Las Vegas, NV 89121
Single-Family Units (1) x 0.195 = x 0.102 = x 0.135 =
Multi-Family Units (2) x 0.135 = x 0.056 = x 0.062 =
Resort Condo Units (3)
http://ccsd.net/departments/real-property
Student Yield Elementary School Middle School High School
Total
(1) Single Family unit is defined as single family detached home, mobile home, and town homes.
(2) Multi-Family unit is defined as apartment, multiplexes, and condominiums.
(3) Resort Condominium units for tracking purposes only.
* To be completed by CCSD
Name
Schools Serving the Area*
Address Grade Capacity Enrollment Site Date
TMP-53908
5/7/2014 PRJ-53720 LV
Ninety-Five Management, LLC
Skye Canyon Parcel 1.3
Grand Teton & Hualapai
125-07-401-001, 002
209 41 21 28
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Thompson ES 7251 N. Campbell Rd K-5 788 794 04/11/14
Bozarth ES K-5 7431 Egan Crest Dr 788 1105 04/11/14
Escobedo MS 9501 Echelon Point Dr 6-8 1646 1198 04/11/14
Arbor View HS 7500 Whispering Sands Dr 9-12 2626 2775 04/11/14
Thompson ES, Bozarth ES and Arbor View HS are over capacity for the 2013-14 school year.
No new schools are planned for the area.
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AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
TMP-53911 - TENTATIVE MAP - SKYE CANYON PARCEL 1.4 - APPLICANT: NINETY
FIVE MANAGEMENT, LLC - OWNERS: K A G DEVELOPMENT SOUTH, LLC - For
possible action on a request Ior a Tentative Map FOR A 204-LOT SINGLE FAMILY
SUBDIVISION on 33.61 acres on the northwest corner oI Grand Teton Drive and Grand Canyon
Drive (APN 125-07-401-002), T-D (Traditional Development) Zone, |L (Residential Low) Kyle
Canyon Land Use Designation|, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53721|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 7/16/2014
OR MAY BE FINAL ACTION (Unless Appealed Within 7 Days)

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:
Planning Commission Mtg. 0 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and StaII Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photos
5. JustiIication Letter

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AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: NINETY FIVE MANAGEMENT, LLC - OWNERS:
K A G DEVELOPMENT SOUTH, LLC


`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
AUMBER
RECOMMEADA1IOA
REQUIRED FOR
APPROJAL
TMP-53911 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

N/A


`` CONDITIONS ``


IMF-5311 CONDIIIONS


Planning

1. This approval shall be void Iour years Irom the date oI Iinal approval, unless exercised
pursuant to the provisions oI LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension oI Time may be Iiled Ior
consideration by the City oI Las Vegas.

2. All necessary building permits shall be obtained and Iinal inspections shall be completed in
compliance with Title 19 and all codes as required by the Department oI Building and
SaIety.

3. These Conditions oI Approval shall be aIIixed to the cover sheet oI any plan set submitted
Ior building permit.

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

5. A Master Homeowners Association shall be Iormed prior to the recordation oI the Iirst
residential subdivision map in conIormance with the Kyle Canyon Development Agreement
Section 4.01(a).
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6. 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 as Final Map submittal. A permanent underground sprinkler system is required, and
shall be permanently maintained in a satisIactory manner; the landscape plan shall include
irrigation speciIications. Installed landscaping shall not impede visibility oI any traIIic
control device.

7. No turI shall be permitted in the non-recreational common areas, such as medians and
amenity zones in this development.

8. A Iully operational Iire protection system, including Iire apparatus roads, Iire hydrants and
water supply, shall be installed and shall be Iunctioning prior to construction oI any
combustible structures.

9. In conjunction with creation, declaration and recordation oI the subject common-interest
community, and prior to recordation oI the Covenants, Codes and Restrictions ('CC&R),
or conveyance oI any unit within the community, the Developer is required to record a
Declaration oI Private Maintenance Requirements ('DPMR) as a covenant on all
associated properties, and on behalI oI all current and Iuture property owners. The DPMR is
to include a listing oI all privately owned and/or maintained inIrastructure improvements,
along with assignment oI maintenance responsibility Ior each to the common interest
community or the respective individual property owners, and is to provide a brieI
description oI the required level oI maintenance Ior privately maintained components. The
DPMR must be reviewed and approved by the City oI Las Vegas Department oI Field
Operations prior to recordation, and must include a statement that all properties within the
community are subject to assessment Ior all associated costs should private maintenance
obligations not be met, and the City oI Las Vegas be required to provide Ior said
maintenance. Also, the CC&R are to include a statement oI obligation oI compliance with
the DPMR. Following recordation, the Developer is to submit copies oI the recorded DPMR
and CC&R documents to the City oI Las Vegas Department oI Field Operations.

10. All City Code requirements and design standards oI all City Departments must be satisIied,
except as modiIied herein.

Public Works

11. The Parent Final Map Ior Skye Canyon Phase 1, FMP-53700, shall record prior to the
recordation oI the Final Map Ior this site to provide legal access.

12. Prior to the recordation oI a Final Map Ior this site, a Petition oI Vacation such as VAC-
53843 shall record to eliminate the underlying Bureau oI Land Management right-oI-way
grant easement.
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13. Private streets must be granted and labeled on the Final Map Ior this site as Public Utility
Easements (P.U.E.), Public Sewer Easements, and Public Drainage Easements to be
privately maintained by the Homeowner`s Association.

14. II not already constructed or guaranteed by the master developer, construct halI street
improvements on Hualapai Way, Grand Teton Drive, Racel Street, and Street 'I including
appropriate overpaving (where legally able) adjacent to this site concurrent with
development. Street 'I must be a private street unless it serves a public street subdivision.
Install all appurtenant underground Iacilities, iI any, adjacent to this site needed Ior the
Iuture traIIic signal system concurrent with development oI this site. Extend all required
underground utilities, such as electrical, telephone, etc., located within public rights-oI-way,
past the boundaries oI this site prior to construction oI hard surIacing (asphalt or concrete).
Per condition #11 oI the Skye Canyon parent Tentative Map (TMP-53058), iI not already
constructed or guaranteed by the master developer, a minimum two lanes oI asphalt
pavement village streets providing the main access to this site and a working sanitary sewer
connection shall be provided prior to a Iinal inspection oI any dwelling units within this
Tentative Map.

15. Per condition oI approval #9 oI the Skye Canyon parent Tentative Map (TMP-53058), grant
Pedestrian Access Easements Ior all sidewalks located outside oI the public street
right-oI-way by adding a note within the Owner`s CertiIicate on each Final Map to read, 'A
minimum 5-Ioot wide pedestrian walkway easement is hereby granted overlying all
sidewalks located in common areas abutting public streets, where such sidewalks are not
located within public street right-oI-way, together with the right oI ingress thereto and
egress thereIrom these easements. Additionally, grant an Equestrian Trail Easement on
Grand Teton Drive and grant other Multi-Use Non-Equestrian Trail Easements on each
Final Map where such Trails are required by the Development Agreement.

16. Per condition oI approval #16 oI the Skye Canyon parent Tentative Map (TMP-53058), All
40-Ioot wide right-oI-way streets (back oI curb to back oI curb dimension) will need to be
'Ilared with curb transitions where they intersect other 40-Ioot wide right-oI-way streets to
provide an adequate receiving lane Ior vehicles turning onto the narrowed 40-Ioot rights-oI-
ways.

17. Contact the City Engineer`s OIIice at 229-6272 to coordinate the development oI this
project with the Grand Teton Storm Drain project and any other public improvement
projects adjacent to this site. Comply with the recommendations oI the City Engineer.

18. All landscaping and private improvements installed with this project shall be situated and
maintained so as to not create sight visibility obstructions Ior vehicular traIIic at all
development access drives and abutting street intersections. Per condition oI approval #15
oI the Sky Canyon Parent Tentative Map, landscaping within calculated Site Visibility
Restriction Zones (SVRZs) will be limited in height by the City TraIIic Engineer.
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19. No structures, and no trees or vegetation taller than three Ieet, shall be allowed within any
Public Sewer Easements.

20. A working sanitary sewer connection shall be in place prior to Iinal inspection oI any units
within this development. Full permanent improvements on all major access streets,
including all required landscaped areas between the perimeter wall and adjacent public
street, shall be constructed and accepted by the City prior to issuance oI any building
permits beyond 50 oI all units within this development. All oII-site improvements
adjacent to this site, including all required landscaped areas between the perimeter walls and
adjacent public streets, shall be constructed and accepted prior to issuance oI building
permits beyond 75. The above thresholds notwithstanding, all required improvements
shall be constructed in accordance with the approved Development Agreement.

21. A Drainage Plan and Technical Drainage Study must be submitted to and approved by the
Department oI Public Works prior to the issuance oI any building or grading permits,
submittal oI any construction drawings or the submittal oI a Map subdividing this site,
whichever may occur Iirst. Provide and improve all drainageways recommended in the
approved drainage plan/study. The developer oI this site shall be responsible to construct
such neighborhood or local drainage Iacility improvements as are recommended by the City
oI Las Vegas Neighborhood Drainage Studies and approved Drainage Plan/Study
concurrent with development oI this site.

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

23. Comply with all applicable conditions oI approval Ior the Sky Canyon Parent Tentative Map
(TMP-53700) and any other site related actions.

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`` STAFF REPORT ``



PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION
The applicant is proposing a Tentative Map (TMP-53911) Ior a 204-lot single-Iamily residential
subdivision located on the northwest corner oI Grand Teton Drive and Grand Canyon Drive. The
subject property is zoned T-D (Traditional Development) with the L (Residential Low) Kyle Canyon
land use designation. The development is proposing the Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot)
district development standards Ior this subdivision. The development, as proposed will have an overall
land use density oI 6.07 residential units per acre. Lots sizes Ior the proposed Kyle R-CL range Irom
3,309 square Ieet to 11,461 square Ieet. This project meets all the Kyle Canyon Development Standards
Ior the respective district; thereIore, staII recommends approval oI this Tentative Map with conditions.


ISSUES

The Parent Phase I Final Map (FMP-53700) is required to record prior to the recordation oI a
builder parcel Iinal map
A Tentative Map is required to subdivide this property into 204 single-Iamily residential lots.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
05/19/04
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-4044) request to
amend a portion oI Map 10 oI the Centennial Hills Sector oI the to realign power
line corridors within the CliII`s Edge Master Development Plan area. The
realignment placed power lines on the north side oI Grand Teton Drive, within
the Kyle Canyon area and within the overall subject parcel. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.
12/01/04
The City Council approved a request to amend the Master Plan Recreation
and Transportation Trail Elements (GPA-5157) to re-designate portions oI
proposed alignments in developed areas as pedestrian paths. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.

01/05/05
The City Council approved a request to adopt the Northwest Open Space Plan
(DIR-5543) Ior property generally located north oI Cheyenne Avenue, west oI
Decatur Boulevard, and east oI Puli Road. The Planning Commission and
staII recommended approval.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
01/18/06
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-9167) request
to amend a portion oI the Centennial Hills Sector Plan oI the Master Plan
Irom SC (Service Commercial), PCD (Planned Community Development)
and PF (Public Facilities), to TND (Traditional Neighborhood Development)
on 1,712 acres generally located north oI Grand Teton Drive, between Puli
Road and Fort Apache Road. The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.
06/07/06
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-12339) request
to amend Map 11 oI the Centennial Hills Sector Plan to allow the relocation oI
an approved Electric Utility Substation Irom the northeast corner oI Hualapai
Way and Grand Teton Drive to a site north and west oI the approved location;
and Ior the addition oI transmission lines related to the proposed relocation oI
the proposed substation. The Planning Commission and staII recommended
approval.
07/19/06
The City Council approved a Site Development Plan Review (SDR-13535)
and Special Use Permit (SUP-13536) request to allow the relocation oI an
approved Electric Utility Substation Irom the northeast corner oI Hualapai
Way and Grand Teton Drive to a site north and west oI the approved location.
The Planning Commission and staII recommended approval. These
entitlements have expired.
The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-20543) request Irom R-E
(Residence Estates) and U (Undeveloped) TND |General Plan designation| to
TD (Traditional Development). The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.
05/16/07
The City Council approved a Development Agreement (DIR-21605) to adopt
the Kyle Canyon Development Standards and Design Guidelines and the
Development Agreement Ior the Kyle Canyon Master Plan area. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.
07/18/07
The City Council approved a Review oI Condition (ROC-22954) request to
remove all Conditions oI Approval Irom a Rezoning (ZON-20543). This
Rezoning action approved the Kyle Canyon Development Standards and
Design Guidelines. StaII recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Major ModiIication (MOD-22589) request to
amend the Kyle Canyon Development Standards and Design Guidelines to
realign a major roadway and clariIy street cross sections within the plan area.
Planning Commission and staII recommended approval. 08/15/07
The City Council approved Tentative Map (TMP-22586) request Ior a Parent
Tentative Map Ior the Kyle Canyon Master Plan area was approved. The
Planning Commission and staII recommended approval. This map is expired.
09/11/07
The applicant Iiled a Final Map (FMP-24541) technical review Ior a Parent
Final Map Ior the Kyle Canyon Master Plan area. This map expired.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-20469) request
to change the land use designation Irom PCD (Planned Community
Development) and SC (Service Commercial) to TND (Traditional
Neighborhood Development). The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-22351) request to change the
zoning Irom U (Undeveloped) |PCD (Planned Community Development)
General Plan designation|, C-1 (Limited Commercial), and C-2 (General
Commercial) to T-D (Traditional Development) at the southeast corner oI Oso
Blanca Road and the Hualapai Way alignment. The Planning Commission
and staII recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-20475) request to add 51.38
acres to the G-O (Gaming Enterprise Overlay) District at the southeast corner
oI Oso Blanca Road and the Hualapai Way alignment. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.

09/19/07









09/19/07





The City Council approved a Special Use Permit (SUP-20478) request to
allow a non-restricted gaming Iacility at the southeast corner oI Oso Blanca
Road and the Hualapai Way alignment. The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval. This entitlement has expired.
12/20/07
The Planning Commission approved a Tentative Map (TMP-25492) request
Ior a Parent Tentative Map Ior a 105-lot mixed-use subdivision on 1,711.97
acres at the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII
recommended approval oI the request. This map expired.
02/06/08
The City Council approved a Master Plan oI Streets and Highways (MSH-
25695) and a Major ModiIication (MOD-25875) to the Kyle Canyon
Development Standards and Design Guidelines to update the appropriate
street names and roadway alignments proposed as a part oI this Tentative Map
application. The Planning Commission and staII recommended approval.
02/20/08
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-25383)
requested to modiIy Map Number 7 oI the Centennial Hills Sector Plan to
remove the alignments oI a proposed Multi-Use Non-Equestrian Trail along
the Hualapai Way alignment between Grand Teton Drive and Kyle Canyon
Road and along Log Cabin Way between Fort Apache Road and a point
approximately 4,080 Ieet in a westerly direction. The Planning Commission
and staII recommended approval.
The City Council approved an Extension oI Time (EOT-28126) requested Ior
a Site Development Plan (SDR-13535) Ior a proposed Electric Utility
Substation on 4.09 acres approximately 560 Ieet west oI Hualapai Way and
890 Ieet north oI Grand Teton Drive. StaII recommended approval.
07/02/08
The City Council approved an Extension oI Time (EOT-28126) requested Ior
a Special Use Permit (SUP-13535) Ior a proposed Electric Utility Substation
on 4.09 acres approximately 560 Ieet west oI Hualapai Way and 890 Ieet
north oI Grand Teton Drive. StaII recommended approval.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
08/06/08
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-28767) oI the
Development Agreement between the city oI Las Vegas and the Kyle
Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally located at
the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII
recommended approval.
12/03/08
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-29916) oI the
Development Agreement between the city oI Las Vegas and the Kyle
Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally located at
the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII
recommended approval.
08/05/09
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-34955) oI the
Development Agreement dated 08/08/07 between the city oI Las Vegas and
the Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally
located at the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road.
StaII recommended approval.
08/17/11
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-42369) oI the
Development Agreement dated 08/08/07 between the city oI Las Vegas and
the Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally
located at the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road.
StaII recommended approval.
11/16/11
The City Council approved an amendment to the Kyle Canyon Development
Agreement (DIR-42266) on approximately 1,662 acres at the southwest
corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII recommended
approval.
04/08/14
The Planning Commission approved a Parent Tentative Map (TMP-53058)
Ior a 45-lot subdivision Ior on 1,661.8 acres approximately 1,800 Ieet north or
Horse Drive on the west side oI Oso Blanca Road. StaII recommended
approval.
04/15/14
A Parent Final Map (FMP-53700) Ior Sky Canyon Phase I was submitted Ior,
Iour builder parcels on 163.65 acres. The Final Map has not been recorded.


Most Recent Change of Ownership
11/07/13 A deed was recorded Ior a change in ownership.


Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
08/22/07
A Civil Improvement Plan (#24191) was applied Ior the repair oI conduit
under the sidewalk. The permit was Iinalized on 02/17/10.
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Pre-Application Meeting
04/14/14
A pre-application meeting was held with the applicant`s designated
representative and the points below were discussed.

1. Provide a letter Irom the Master Developer indicating the land use
designation and the development will be reviewed under.
2. Street knuckles are needed on stub streets.
3. Show all driveway locations on private drives.
4. Dimension all lots.
5. Streets 1E and 1D should have cul-de-sacs.
6. Ensure site visibility zones on corner lots.
7. Ensure the Nevada Energy poles are not in the right-oI-way or
impede traIIic signal equipment.
8. The subdivision is designed to be gated.
9. Streets I and D area not in the traIIic study.
10. A subdivision with over 100-lots requires a secondary access.
IdentiIy and show all street improvement plans.
04/21/14
A Iollow-up pre-application meeting was held with the applicant`s designated
representative and the points below were discussed.
1. Project Summer inIormation needs to be updated to reIlect a
connectivity score, proper minimum and maximum lot size values, net
acreage pursuant to the submitted Parent Final Map
2. Property lines are to be relocated to back oI curb and common
elements created that encapsulate the streetscapes.
3. Cross section D on Sheet 1 oI Hualapai Way and Horse Road exceeds
the prescribed standards Iound within the Kyle Canyon Development
Standards Manual.
4. Streets Three, One and I need to be in the traIIic study.
5. Vacation oI the utility easements along Hualapai way has been
requested.
6. Perimeter wall details are to comply with Title 19 with the exception
oI design or health as noted within the Kyle Canyon Development
Standards
7. Perimeter wall details to comply with the 20 contrasting material
requirements
Development Standard letter to be submitted by the Master Developer
to delineate which development standards are to be applied to the
subdivision or portion thereoI.
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Aeighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting was not required, nor was one held.


Field Check
02/27/14
A Iield check was conducted. The subject property consists oI undeveloped
desert.


Details of Application Request
Site Area
Net Acres 33.61


Surrounding
Property
Existing Land Use
Per 1itle 19.12
Planned or Special
Land Use Designation
Existing Zoning District
Subject Property Undeveloped L (Residential Low)
T-D (Traditional
Development)
North Undeveloped L (Residential Low)
T-D (Traditional
Development)
Single Family,
Attached
South
Multi-Family
Residential
PCD (Planned
Community
PD (Planned
Development)
East
Single Family,
Detached
PCD (Planned
Community
PD (Planned
Development)
West Undeveloped L (Residential Low)
T-D (Traditional
Development)


Master Plan Areas Compliance
Kyle Canyon Master Plan Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
T-D (Traditional Development) District Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails Y
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Project oI SigniIicant Impact (Development Impact NotiIication Assessment) N/A
Project oI Regional SigniIicance N/A
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19.4.4 Connectivity
1ransportation Aetwork Element # Links # Aodes
Internal Street
Intersection Internal 12
Cul-de-sac Terminus 4
Intersection External Street or Stub Terminus 15
Intersection Stub Terminus w/ Temporary Turn Around
Easements
0
Non-Vehicular Path - Unrestricted 1
Total 16 16
Required Provided
Connectivity Ratio (Links / Noaes). NA 1.0


DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to the Kyle Canyon Development Standards Manual the following standards apply to the
Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot) district:
Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Lot Size 2,000 SF 3,309 SF Y
Min. Lot Width 26 Feet 30.0 Feet Y
Min. Setbacks
Front Interior Street
2
nd
story living over garage
Porch
Single story living
2
nd
story living
Garage door
Court Street or Drive Aisle
2
nd
story living over garage
Porch
Single story living
2
nd
story living
Garage door
Paseo or Common Open
Space
Porch
Single story living
2
nd
story living
Side (Combined)
Corner Porch
Living
Rear No alley

3 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
14 Feet
5 or ~18 Feet

3 Feet
3 Feet
10 Feet
14 Feet
5 or ~18 Feet


0 Feet
0 Feet
0 Feet
6 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
5 Feet

3 Feet

3 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
14 Feet
5 or ~18

3 Feet
3 Feet
10 Feet
14 Feet
5 or ~18


0 Feet
0 Feet
0 Feet
6 Feet
5 Feet
10 Feet
5 Feet

3 Feet

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

Y
Y
Y
Y
Y


Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

Y
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Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Alley
2
nd
story living over garage
Porch
Single story living
2
nd
story living
Garage door
3 Feet
5 Feet
5 Feet
5 or ~18 Feet
3 Feet
5 Feet
5 Feet
5 or ~18
Y
Y
Y
Y
Lot coverage, builaing heights ana equipment screening will be reviewea through the builaing permit
process.

Street Aame
Functional
Classification of
Street(s)
Coverning Document
Actual
Street Width
(Feet)
Compliance
with Street
Section
Grand Teton Drive

Arterial Street with
Equestrian Trail
Kyle Cannon
Development Standards
95 Y
Grand Canyon Drive
Arterial Street with
Trail
Kyle Cannon
Development Standards
73 Y
Racel Street
Minor Collector
Street
Kyle Cannon
Development Standards
43 Y
Street I
Minor Collector
Street
Kyle Cannon
Development Standards
43 Y

Pursuant to the Kyle Canyon Jillage Street Standards the following standards apply:
Street name Alignment
1ree requirement
met
Shrub requirement
met
Landscape
buffer
Compliance
Racel Street North Y Y Y
Grand Canyon
Drive
East
Y Y Y
Grand Teton South Y Y Y
Street I West Y Y Y

Pursuant to the Kyle Canyon Jillage Street Standards the following standards apply:
Parking Requirement
Required Provided Compliance
Parking Parking
Use
Cross Floor
Area or
Aumber of
Units
Parking
Ratio Regular
Handi-
capped
Regular
Handi-
capped
Single Family,
Detached
Units 204
2 spaces
per unit
408

TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 408

408

Y
The minimum parking requirement to be satisfiea by proviaing unimpeaea parking spaces via ariveway
or grarage.
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ANALYSIS

The applicant is proposing a Tentative Map (TMP-53911) Ior a 204-lot single residential subdivision
located on the northwest corner oI Grand Teton Drive and Grand Canyon Drive. The subject property is
zoned T-D (Traditional Development) with the L (Residential Low) Kyle Canyon land use designation.
The development is proposing the Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot) district development
standards.

The L (Residential Low) Kyle Canyon land use designation allows Ior a maximum oI 15 residential
dwelling units per acre with an average oI 5.49 dwelling units per acre. The proposed development has a
land use density oI 6.07 dwelling units per acre.

The Master Developer has determined the residential district development standards Ior this project. Per
the documents submitted, this project has been reviewed under the Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact
Lot) district development standards. Lot sizes Ior the proposed Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot)
district range Irom 3,309 square Ieet to 11,461 square Ieet with the minimum lot width oI 30 Ieet. The
proposed lot sizes and widths meet the minimum requirements Ior the Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact
Lot) district development standards.

The applicant has submitted typical lot details that are in conIormance to the Kyle Canyon Development
Standards. No comments will be made on the proposed residential structures, as no building models were
submitted Ior public review. In addition, all development must be reviewed and approved by the Kyle
Canyon Design Review Community and in accordance with the Kyle Canyon Design Review Process
prior to the issuance oI building permits.

Although the Connectivity Ratio is not required Ior projects with Kyle Canyon Master Planned community
this project`s Connectivity Ratio is 1.0, which is below the minimum 1.3 ratio required Ior similar projects
in others parts oI the city.

There is Master Planned Equestrian trail along Grand Teton Drive. Said equestrian has a Iive-Ioot wide
amenity zone, sidewalk and landscape buIIer with a 10-Ioot wide equestrian path. This equestrian trail
complies with the trail design detailed in the Parks Element oI the Las Vegas 2020 Master Plan and with
the Kyle Canyon parks agreement in location and design.

The Kyle Canyon Village Street Standards allows Ior landscape buIIer oI varying widths based on right-
oI-way width. The perimeter landscape buIIer widths Ior this project range Irom a minimum oI three Ieet
to a minimum oI Iive Ieet. In addition, the standards allows Ior tree spacing based upon tree size. Tree
spacing requirements Ior large trees are 30 to 45 Ieet, medium trees are 20 Ieet and small trees are 10 Ieet.
Tree sizes are not deIined per the Kyle Canyon Development Standards or the UniIied Development Code;
thereIore, tree size was determined by the Southern Nevada Regional Plan list. Based upon the street cross
sections and landscape plans provided, the Kyle Canyon minimum landscape buIIer and streetscape
requirements are being met.
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The Clark County School District expressed opposition to the increased density oI the new
development, as the existing public primary and secondary schools in the area are near or over capacity.
Additional schools are planned Ior the area; however, not in the near Iuture. Thompson Elementary is at
100.7 percent capacity and Bozarth Elementary is at 140 percent capacity, Escobedo is at 72 percent
capacity and Arbor View High School is at 105 percent oI capacity.

The submitted east/west cross section depicts depict maximum natural grade greater than 2 across
this site. Per the Kyle Canyon (Skye Canyon) Development Standards 19.06.040, a development with
natural slope greater than 2 is allowed a maximum 6-Ioot retaining wall. A maximum Iour-Ioot
retaining wall is shown along the west property line.

The submitted north/south cross section depicts depict maximum natural grade less than 2 across this
site. Per the Tables in Kyle Canyon (Skye Canyon) Development Standards 19.06.040 a development
with natural slope less than or equal to 2, is allowed a maximum 4-Ioot retaining wall. A maximum
Iour-Ioot retaining wall is shown along the south property line.

The typical perimeter wall Ior the proposed development will consist oI a concrete masonry unit block
wall that is split-Iace on both side, nine-courses tall, Rinker Sandstone in color with a two-inch masonry
cap. When provided, columns will be a two-Ioot square10-courses tall with a beveled three-Ioot square cap
and be Rinker Sandstone in color. Column spacing will be a maximum oI 100 Ieet apart. Additionally, a
6.5-Ioot tall tubular steel Ience, Dark Hunter Green in color will be incorporated along party walls.

The provided wall details comply with the Residential District Development Standards (19.06.040) oI the
Kyle Canyon Development Standards.

The proposed development is consistent with Kyle Canyon Development standards or the development
standards in eIIect when the standards were adapted. In summations, this project meets all the minimum
requirements Ior the Kyle Canyon Development Standards; thereIore, staII recommends approval oI this
Tentative Map with conditions.


FINDINGS TMP-53911

The proposed development is consistent with Kyle Canyon Development Standards, as well as the zoning
ordinance (Title 19) in eIIect when the standards were adapted. In summations, this project meets all the
minimum requirements Ior the Kyle Canyon Development Standards; thereIore, staII recommends
approval oI this Tentative Map with conditions.
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NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 28


NOTICES MAILED N/A
04/24/14
PRJ-53721
TMP-53911
04/24/14
PRJ-53721
TMP-53911
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Date Filed Application Number Entity
Company Name
Contact Name
Contact Mailing Address
City State Zip Code
Phone Mobile Fax Email
Project Name
Project Description
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CCSD Comments*
Approved Disapproved
Real Property Management
4190 McLeod Drive, 2nd Floor
Las Vegas, NV 89121
Single-Family Units (1) x 0.195 = x 0.102 = x 0.135 =
Multi-Family Units (2) x 0.135 = x 0.056 = x 0.062 =
Resort Condo Units (3)
http://ccsd.net/departments/real-property
Student Yield Elementary School Middle School High School
Total
(1) Single Family unit is defined as single family detached home, mobile home, and town homes.
(2) Multi-Family unit is defined as apartment, multiplexes, and condominiums.
(3) Resort Condominium units for tracking purposes only.
* To be completed by CCSD
Name
Schools Serving the Area*
Address Grade Capacity Enrollment Site Date
TMP-53911
05/07/2014 PRJ-53721 LV
Ninety-Five Management , LLC
Skye Canyon Parcel 1.4
Grand Teton & Grand Canyon
125-07-401-001, 002
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Thompson ES 7251 N. Campbell Rd K-5 788 794 04/11/14
Bozarth ES K-5 7431 Egan Crest Dr 788 1105 04/11/14
Escobedo MS 9501 Echelon Point Dr 6-8 1646 1198 04/11/14
Arbor View HS 7500 Whispering Sands Dr 9-12 2626 2775 04/11/14
Thompson ES, Bozarth ES, and Arbor View HS are over capacity for the 2013-14 school year.
No new schools are planned for the area.
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Agenda tem No.: 11.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
SUP-53557 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: NEW EL
PORTAL, LLC - OWNER: OXFORD TECHNOLOGY INC. - For possible action on a request
Ior a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT WITH
ACCESSORY PACKAGE LIQUOR OFF-SALE USE WITHIN AN EXISTING 2,000
SQUARE-FOOT GENERAL RETAIL STORE at 2310 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Suite #100
(APN 162-04-813-072), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (CoIIin). StaII recommends
APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 7/16/2014
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:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location, Aerial and Special Maps
2. Conditions and StaII Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photos
5. JustiIication Letter
6. Support Postcard

SUP-53557
JB

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: NEW EL PORTAL, LLC - OWNER: OXFORD
TECHNOLOGY INC.


`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
AUMBER
RECOMMEADA1IOA
REQUIRED FOR
APPROJAL
SUP-53557 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:



`` CONDITIONS ``


SbF-53557 CONDIIIONS


Planning

1. ConIormance to all Minimum Requirements under LVMC Title 19.12 Ior a Retail
Establishment with Accessory Package Liquor OII-Sale use.

2. This approval shall be void two years Irom the date oI Iinal approval, unless exercised
pursuant to the provisions oI LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension oI Time may be Iiled Ior
consideration by the City oI Las Vegas.

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

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

5. Approval oI this Special Use Permit does not constitute approval oI a liquor license.

6. All beer and wine coolers shall remain in the original manuIacturer's conIiguration intended
Ior oII-sale resale.
SUP-53557
JB

Conditions Page Two
1une 10, 2014 - Planning Commission Meeting



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

8. All City Code requirements and design standards oI all City departments must be satisIied,
except as modiIied herein.


SUP-53557
JB
Staff Report Page One
1une 10, 2014 - Planning Commission Meeting



`` STAFF REPORT ``



PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request Ior a Special Use Permit Ior a proposed Retail Establishment with Accessory
Package Liquor OII-Sale use within an existing general retail use at 2310 South Las Vegas
Boulevard, Suite #100. The convenience store is 2,000 square Ieet in size with 56 square-Ieet oI
space used Ior the display oI alcoholic beverages. The Retail Establishment with Accessory
Package Liquor OII-Sale use will be ancillary to the existing convenience store. As this request
meets all the minimum Special Use requirements and can be conducted in a compatible and
harmonious manner within the existing general retail use, staII recommends approval oI this
application. II denied, the applicant will not be allowed to conduct the Retail Establishment with
Accessory Package Liquor OII-Sale use at this location.


ISSUES

The Retail Establishment with Accessory Package Liquor OII-Sale use is permitted in the C-
2 (General Commercial) zoning district with the approval oI a Special Use Permit.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
09/28/93
The Board oI Zoning Adjustment approved a request Ior a Special Use Permit
(U-0184-93) to allow an automotive rental agency Ior a maximum oI 15
automobiles at 2310 South Las Vegas Boulevard.
11/16/94
The City Council approved a request Ior a Special Use Permit (U-0230-94)
Ior a 14-Ioot by 48-Ioot oII-premise (Billboard) sign at 2310 South Las Vegas
Boulevard. The Board oI Zoning Adjustment denied the request on 10/25/94.
02/05/97
The City Council denied a request Ior Rezoning (Z-0112-96) oI property Irom
R-4 (Apartment Residence) and C-2 (General Commercial) to C-2 (General
Commercial) located at 2310 South Las Vegas Boulevard. The Planning
Commission recommended approval on 11/21/96.
12/07/98
The City Council approved a request Ior Rezoning (Z-0070-98) oI property
Irom R-4 (Apartment Residence) and C-2 (General Commercial) to C-2
(General Commercial) located at 2310 South Las Vegas Boulevard. The
Planning Commission recommended approval on 11/05/98.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
01/19/00
The City Council approved a request Ior a Required Five Year Review |U-
0230-94(1)| oI an approved special use permit (U-0230-94) Ior an existing
40-Ioot tall, 14-Ioot by 48-Ioot oII-premise sign at 2310 South Las Vegas
Boulevard. The Planning Commission denied the request 11/18/99.
02/16/00
The City Council approved a request Ior a Special Use Permit (U-0135-99)
Ior a proposed 322,226 square-Ioot unrestricted gaming establishment and
hotel (El Mirador Hotel and Casino) at 2310 South Las Vegas Boulevard. The
Planning Commission recommended approval on 01/13/00.
02/18/09
The City Council approved a request Ior a Required Review (RQR-31826) oI
an approved special use permit (U-0230-94) Ior an existing 40-Ioot tall, 14-
Ioot by 48-Ioot oII-premise sign at 2310 South Las Vegas Boulevard. The
Planning Commission recommended approval on 01/22/09.
12/05/12
The City Council approved a request Ior a Required Review (RQR-46121) oI
an approved special use permit (U-0230-94) Ior an existing 40-Ioot tall, 14-
Ioot by 48-Ioot oII-premise sign at 2310 South Las Vegas Boulevard.


Most Recent Change of Ownership
10/02/86 A deed was recorded Ior a change in ownership.


Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
A business license was issued Ior Tobacco Sales (C05-02875) at 2310 South
Las Vegas Boulevard, Suite #100. This business license is currently active.
08/07/13 A business license was issued Ior Convenience Store (C15-00424) at 2310
South Las Vegas Boulevard, Suite #100. This business license is currently
active.


Pre-Application Meeting
04/01/14
A pre-application meeting was conducted with the applicant to go over the
application materials and submittal requirements Ior a Special Use Permit Ior
a proposed Retail Establishment with Accessory Package Liquor OII-Sale
use.


Aeighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting is not required, nor was one conducted
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Field Check
05/08/14
A routine Iield check was conducted by staII and Iound a well maintained
commercial site Iree Irom litter and debris. However, there was a small
amount oI graIIiti on the south perimeter oI the subject tenant space.


Details of Application Request
Site Area
Net Acres 0.91


Surrounding
Property
Existing Land Use
Per 1itle 19.12
Planned or Special
Land Use Designation
Existing Zoning District
General Retail C (Commercial) C-2 (General Retail)
Subject Property
Hotel, Residence C (Commercial) C-2 (General Retail)
North General Retail C (Commercial) C-2 (General Retail)
South
Liquor
Establishment
(Tavern)
C (Commercial) C-2 (General Retail)
East General Retail C (Commercial) C-2 (General Retail)
West Vacant C (Commercial) C-2 (General Retail)


Master Plan Areas Compliance
Downtown Centennial Plan (Northern Strip Gateway) Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
Downtown Centennial Plan Overlay District (Northern Strip Gateway) Y
G-O (Gaming Enterprise Overlay) District Y
A-O (Airport Overlay) District (175 Feet) Y
Las Vegas Boulevard Scenic Byway Overlay District Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Project oI SigniIicant Impact (Development Impact NotiIication Assessment) Y*
Project oI Regional SigniIicance Y*
*The subfect site is locatea approximately 370 feet away from the Citys bounaary with the Clark
County.

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DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Street Aame
Functional
Classification of
Street(s)
Coverning Document
Actual
Street Width
(Feet)
Compliance
with Street
Section
Las Vegas
Boulevard
Primary Arterial
Planned Streets and
Highways Map
115 Feet Y
Cincinnati Avenue Local Street
Planned Streets and
Highways Map
55 Feet Y


Parking Requirement - Downtown
Base Parking Requirement Provided Compliance
Parking Parking
Use
Cross Floor
Area or
Aumber of
Units
Parking
Ratio Regular
Handi-
capped
Regular
Handi-
capped
General Retail 6,328 SF 1:175 SF 37
Hotel,
Residence
8,708 SF (25
Guest Rooms)
One Space
per guest
room
25


TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 62

37

Y*
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required 59 3 35 2 Y*
*Profects locatea within the Las Jegas Downtown Centennial Plan area are not subfect to the
automatic application of parking requirements. However, the above table shoula be usea to illustrate
the requirements of an analogous profect in another location in the City.

ANALYSIS

This is a request Ior a Special Use Permit Ior a proposed Retail Establishment with Accessory
Package Liquor OII-Sale use within an existing general retail use at 2310 South Las Vegas
Boulevard, Suite #100. The convenience store is 2,000 square Ieet in size with 56 square-Ieet oI
space used Ior the display oI alcoholic beverages. The submitted Iloor plan indicates that all
package liquor will be displayed behind the sales register. The Retail Establishment with
Accessory Package Liquor OII-Sale use will be ancillary to the existing convenience store.

The subject tenant space is located within an existing 15,036 square-Ioot commercial building
located within the Las Vegas Downtown Centennial Plan Northern Strip Gateway district. The
building is comprised oI 6,328 square Ieet oI general retail space with the rest utilized as Hotel,
Residence with 25 guest rooms. The existing commercial development provides shared access
and 37 parking spaces throughout the subject site. This proposal adheres to all minimum parking
requirements as the subject property is located within the Las Vegas Downtown Centennial Plan
area are not subject to the automatic application oI parking requirements.
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A Retail Establishment with Accessory Package Liquor OII-Sale is described in Title 19.12 as:
'A retail establishment:
1. Whose license to sell alcoholic beverages authorizes their sale to consumers only and
not Ior resale, in original sealed or corked containers, Ior consumption oII the premises
where the same are sold; and

2. In which the sale oI alcoholic beverages is ancillary to the retail use, and in which no
more than 10 percent oI the retail Iloor space is regularly devoted to the display or
merchandising oI alcoholic beverages. This use includes an establishment that provides
on-premises wine, cordial and liqueur tasting iI the licensee also holds a wine, cordial and
liqueur tasting license Ior that location.

Minimum Special Use Permit Requirements:

* 1. Except as otherwise provided, no retail establishment with accessory package liquor oII-sale
(hereinaIter 'establishment) shall be located within 400 Ieet oI any church/house oI worship,
school, individual care center licensed Ior more than 12 children, or City park.

The subfect site is not locatea within 400 feet of any church/house of worship, school, inaiviaual
care center licensea for more than 12 chilaren, or City park.

* 2. Except as otherwise provided in Requirement 3 below, the distances reIerred to in
Requirement 1 shall be determined with reIerence to the shortest distance between two property
lines, one being the property line oI the proposed establishment which is closest to the existing
use to which the measurement pertains, and the other being the property line oI 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 oI measurement, the term 'property line
reIers to property lines oI Iee interest parcels and does not include the property line oI:
a. Any leasehold parcel; or
b. Any parcel which lacks access to a public street or has no area Ior on-site parking and
which has been created so as to avoid the distance limitation described in Requirement 1.

Not applicable, as there is no church/house of worship, school, inaiviaual care center licensea
for more than 12 chilaren, or City park within 400 feet of the subfect property.

* 3. In the case oI an establishment proposed to be located on a parcel oI at least 80 acres in size,
the minimum distances reIerred to in Requirement 1 shall be measured in a straight line:
a. From the nearest property line oI the existing use to the nearest portion oI the structure
in which the establishment will be located, without regard to intervening obstacles; or
b. In the case oI a proposed establishment which will be located within a shopping center
or other multiple tenant structure, Irom the nearest property line oI the existing use to the
nearest property line oI a leasehold or occupancy parcel in which the establishment will
be located, without regard to intervening obstacles.
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Not applicable, as the subfect site 0.91 acres in si:e.

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

Not applicable, as there are no waivers of aistance separation from protectea uses requirea with
this proposal.

5. The minimum distance requirements in Requirement 1 do not apply to:
a. An establishment which has a non-restricted gaming license in connection with a hotel
having 200 or more guest rooms on or beIore July 1, 1992 or in connection with a resort
hotel having in excess oI 200 guest rooms aIter July 1, 1992; or
b. A proposed establishment having more than 50,000 square-Ieet oI retail Iloor space.

This conaition is not applicable as the subfect site is not locatea within a an establishment which
has a non-restrictea gaming license in connection with a hotel having 200 or more guest rooms
or a proposea establishment having more than 50,000 square feet of retail floor space.

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

The proposea use will be subfect to all business licensing requirements outlinea in LJMC
Chapter 6.50 if approvea.

7. The minimum distance requirements set Iorth in Requirement 1, which are otherwise non-
waivable under the provisions oI LVMC 19.12.050(C), may be waived:
a. In accordance with the provisions oI LVMC 19.12.050(C) Ior any establishment which
is proposed to be located on a parcel within the Downtown Casino Overlay District;
b. In accordance with the applicable provisions oI the 'Town Center Development
Standards Manual Ior any establishment which is proposed to be located within the TC
(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 Ieet and
50,000 square Ieet oI retail Iloor space; or
d. In connection with a retail establishment having less than 20,000 square Ieet oI retail
Iloor space, iI the area to be used Ior the sale, display or merchandising oI alcoholic
beverages

Not applicable, as there are no waivers of aistance separation from protectea uses requirea with
this proposal.
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According to the justiIication letter and Iloor plan, the proposed use meets the deIinition outlined
above. The proposed Retail Establishment with Accessory Package Liquor OII-Sale use adheres
to all minimum special use permit requirements as outlined by Title 19.12. The subject site is not
located within 400 Ieet oI any church/house oI worship, school, individual care center licensed
Ior more than twelve children, or City Park. In addition, staII has added a condition oI approval
requiring the business conIorm to all provisions oI LVMC Chapter 6.50 with regards to running
a Retail Establishment with Accessory Package Liquor OII-Sale use. It has been determined that
the proposed Retail Establishment with Accessory Package Liquor OII-Sale use can be
conducted in a manner that is compatible with the surrounding land uses, thereIore, staII is
recommending approval, as the use is considered appropriate Ior the surrounding area.


FINDINGS (SUP-53557)

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

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 was currently operates as a general retail (convenience store) land use.
The proposed Retail Establishment with Accessory Package Liquor OII-Sale use will be
ancillary to the existing convenience store at the subject site. The proposed use is
compatible with the surrounding land uses and can be conducted in a manner that is
harmonious with surrounding land uses.

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

The subject site currently operates as a general retail use and is located within an existing
commercial building that is physically suitable Ior the intensity oI the proposed land use.

3. Street or highway facilities providing access to the property are or will be adequate in
size to meet the requirements of the proposed use.

Access to the site will not change. Vehicles may enter the property Irom Las Vegas
Boulevard, a 100-Ioot Primary Arterial, and Cincinnati Avenue, a 50-Ioot Local Street as
classiIied by the Master Plan oI 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.
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Approval oI this Special Use Permit will not compromise the public health saIety and
general welIare oI the public. The use will be subject to regular inspections and is subject
to licensing restrictions.

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

The proposed use meets all applicable conditions oI approval Ior a Retail Establishment
with Accessory Package Liquor OII-Sale use per Title 19.12.




NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 18


NOTICES MAILED 983


APPROVALS 1


PROTESTS 0

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Agenda tem No.: 12.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
SUP-53745 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: LAMAR
KRUITBOSCH - OWNER: FUMO OSVALDO - For possible action on a request Ior a Special
Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED BAILBOND SERVICE USE at 503 East Boneville Avenue
(APN 139-34-301-010), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (CoIIin) |PRJ-53717|. StaII
recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 7/16/2014
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:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location, Aerial and Special Maps
2. Conditions and StaII Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photos
5. JustiIication Letter
6. Letter Irom Pitaro and Fumo, CHTD

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AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: LAMAR KRUITBOSCH - OWNER: FUMO
OSVALDO


`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
AUMBER
RECOMMEADA1IOA
REQUIRED FOR
APPROJAL
SUP-53745 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:


`` CONDITIONS ``


SbF-53745 CONDIIIONS


Planning

1. ConIormance to all Minimum Requirements under LVMC Title 19.12 Ior a Bailbond
Service use.

2. ConIormance to the approved conditions Ior Site Development Plan Review (SDR-44942).

3. This approval shall be void two years Irom the date oI Iinal approval, unless exercised
pursuant to the provisions oI LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension oI Time may be Iiled Ior
consideration by the City oI Las Vegas.

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

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

6. All City Code requirements and design standards oI all City departments must be satisIied,
except as modiIied herein.


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`` STAFF REPORT ``



PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request Ior a Special Use Permit Ior a proposed Bailbond Service use within an existing
5,181 square-Ioot oIIice building located at 601 South Las Vegas Boulevard. The proposed use
would be located within a 323 square-Ioot suite, which has been independently addressed as 503
East Bonneville Avenue. The subject site is located within the Downtown Centennial Plan
OIIice Core District and is in close proximity to the courthouse Iacilities. As such, the use can be
conducted in a manner that is compatible with the surrounding land uses. StaII is recommending
approval oI this request Ior a Bailbond Service. II denied, the Bailbond Service would not be
permitted to operate at this location.

ISSUES

A Bailbond Service use is permitted in the C-2 (General Commercial) zoning district
with the approval oI a Special Use Permit.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
05/23/91
The City Council approved a Special Use Permit (U-0103-91) to allow beer
and wine to be served in conjunction with an existing restaurant at 503 South
Las Vegas Boulevard. Planning Commission and staII recommended
approval.
11/20/96
The City Council approved a Variance (V-0123-96) to allow an OII-Premise
Sign to be located within the 50-Ioot setback Irom a street intersection. The
Planning Commission and staII recommended denial.
04/12/12
StaII administratively approved a Final Map (FMP-45037) Ior reversion to
acreage on two lots at 601 South Las Vegas Boulevard. The Final Map was
recorded on 06/21/12.
06/06/12
The City Council approved a Site Development Plan Review (SDR-44942) to
remodel and expand an existing Iire damaged vacant commercial building.
The proposal includes adding a 1,918 square-Ioot second Iloor to an existing
3,198 square-Ioot single-story building with a Waiver oI the Downtown
Centennial Plan Streetscape Standards on 0.16 acres at 503 East Bonneville
Avenue. Planning Commission and staII recommended approval.
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Most Recent Change of Ownership
04/02/99 A deed was recorded Ior a change in ownership.


Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
c. 1941 The 3,440 square-Ioot, single-story building was constructed.
12/02/03
A business license (B01-01116) was issued Ior a Bailbond Service at 503 East
Bonneville Avenue. The license was marked out oI business on 01/31/12.
A building permit (#213721) was issued Ior onsite improvements and
hardscape at 601 South Las Vegas Boulevard. The permit has not been
Iinalized.
A building permit (213722) was issued Ior a shell building at 601 South Las
Vegas Boulevard. The permit was Iinalized on 02/13/14.
A building permit (#213723) was issued Ior a trash enclosure at 601 South
Las Vegas Boulevard. The permit was Iinalized on 02/27/14.
A building permit (#213724) was issued Ior three covered carport spaces at
601 South Las Vegas Boulevard. The permit was Iinalized on 03/04/14.
03/26/13
A building permit (#213727) was issued Ior a tenant improvement Ior
certiIicate oI occupancy at 601 South Las Vegas Boulevard. The permit was
Iinalized on 02/27/14.


Pre-Application Meeting
04/16/14
The applicant met with staII to discuss the submittal requirements Ior a
Special Use Permit.


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


Field Check
05/01/14
StaII conducted a routine Iield check oI the subject site and noted a well
maintained oIIice building.


Details of Application Request
Site Area
Gross Acres 0.16
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Surrounding
Property
Existing Land Use
Per 1itle 19.12
Planned or Special
Land Use Designation
Existing Zoning District
Subject Property
OIIice, Other Than
Listed
C (Commercial)
C-2 (General
Commercial)
North Undeveloped C (Commercial)
C-2 (General
Commercial)
South Wedding Chapel C (Commercial)
C-2 (General
Commercial)
East General Retail C (Commercial)
C-1 (Limited
Commercial)
West
U.S. Government
OIIice
PF (Public Facilities)
C-2 (General
Commercial)


Master Plan Areas Compliance
Downtown Centennial Plan Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
Downtown Casino Overlay District Y
Live/Work Overlay District Y
Las Vegas Boulevard Scenic Byway Overlay District Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area Y
Project oI SigniIicant Impact (Development Impact NotiIication Assessment) N/A
Project oI Regional SigniIicance N/A


Street Aame
Functional
Classification of
Street(s)
Coverning Document
Actual
Street Width
(Feet)
Compliance
with Street
Section
Las Vegas
Boulevard
Primary Arterial
Master Plan oI Streets
and Highways
100 Y
Bonneville Avenue
Secondary
Collector
Master Plan oI Streets
and Highways
80 Y
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Parking Requirement - Downtown
Base Parking Requirement Provided Compliance
Parking Parking
Use
Cross Floor
Area or
Aumber of
Units
Parking
Ratio Regular
Handi-
capped
Regular
Handi-
capped
OIIice, Other
Than Listed
4,858 SF 1:300 SF 17
Bailbond
Service
323 SF 1:300 SF 2


TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 19

3

N
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required 18 1 2 1 N
Projects located within the Las Vegas Downtown Centennial Plan area are not subject to the
automatic application oI parking requirements. However, the above table should be used to illustrate
the requirements oI an analogous project in another location in the City.


ANALYSIS

This is a request Ior a Special Use Permit Ior a Bailbond Service use at 601 South Las Vegas
Boulevard. Currently the site consists oI a two-story, 5,181 square-Ioot oIIice building. The
proposed Bailbond Service is to be located within a 323 square-Ioot suite, which has been
independently addressed as 503 East Bonneville Avenue. The building is currently used as
oIIices Ior an existing law Iirm. According to Title 19.12, both a Bailbond Service use and an
OIIice, Other than Listed use require parking at a ratio oI one space Ior every 300 square Ieet oI
gross Iloor area. As such, the proposed Bailbond Service use would not require additional
parking. Also, the subject site is located within the Downtown Centennial Plan OIIice Core
District where the automatic application oI parking requirements is not automatically applied.
The proposed use is in close proximity to the courthouse Iacilities and can complement the
existing law Iirm. StaII is recommending approval, as the use is considered appropriate Ior the
surrounding area.


FINDINGS (SUP-53745)

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

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 Bailbond Service use is in close proximity to the courthouse Iacilities and
can be considered compatible and harmonious with the surrounding uses.
SUP-53745 PR1-53717]
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2. The subject site is physically suitable for the type and intensity of land use proposed.

The site is physically suitable Ior the type and intensity oI land uses proposed, as this area
is designated Ior this and other similar types oI uses.

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 site is located adjacent to Las Vegas Boulevard and Bonneville Avenue, designated as
a 100-Ioot wide Primary Arterial and 80-Ioot wide Secondary Collector by the Master Plan
oI Streets and Highways respectively. The only vehicle access is via an alley oII oI
Bonneville Avenue. The street will provide adequate access to the site. Site access and
circulation will not negatively impact adjacent roadways and neighborhood traIIic.

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 Bailbond Service would be subject to inspections and would thereIore not
compromise the public health, saIety and general welIare.

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

The proposed use will adhere to all conditions per Title 19.12 Ior a Bailbond Service use.



NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 33


NOTICES MAILED 201


APPROVALS 0


PROTESTS 0
04/17/14
PRJ-53717
SUP-53745
CLV Planning - Application Form
Page 1 of 2 4/28/2014 4:58:31 PM
Applicant Email: rescuebailbonds@yahoo.com
Applicant Fax: 702-386-9131
Rep Last Name: KRUITBOSCH
Rep First Name: LAMAR
Applicant State: NV
Applicant Phone: 702-386-9116
Applicant Zip: 89104
Rep Address: 3100 E CHARLESTON BLVD SUITE 108
Rep Email: rescuebailbonds@yahoo.com
Rep Fax: 702-386-9131
Rep State: NV
Rep City: LAS VEGAS
Rep Phone: 702-386-9116
Rep Zip: 89104
Assessors Parcel #(s): 13934301010
Project Name SUP FOR BAILBOND SERVICE
Is the Application Information
Correct:
Yes
Ward #: WARD 3 (BOB COFFIN)
Application Number: PRJ-53717
Applicant City: LAS VEGAS
ProjectAddress (Location): 503 E BONNEVILLE AVE
Application/Petition For: SUP for a Bailbond Service at 503 E. Bonneville
If no, ...change what
Applicant First Name: LAMAR
Additional Information:
Applicant Address: 3100 E CHARLESTON BLVD SUITE 108
Applicant Last Name: KRUITBOSCH
Zoning District: Proposed: Select
General Plan Designation: Proposed: Select
Lots/Units:
Gross Acres:
SUP-53745
CLV Planning - Application Form
Page 2 of 2 4/28/2014 4:58:31 PM
Is the Owner Information Correct: Yes
If no, ...change what
I certify that I am the applicant and
that the information submitted with
this application is true and accurate
to the best of my knowledge and
belief. I understand that the City is
not responsible for inaccuracies in
information presented, and that
inaccuracies, false information or
incomplete application may cause
the application to be rejected. I
further certify that I am the owner
or purchaser (or option holder) of
the property involved in this
application, or the lessee or agent
fully authorized by the owner to
make this submission.
I Accept:
Yes
FUMO OSVALDO E 1212 S CASINO CENTER LAS VEGAS, NV 89104-1016
Owner(s) ADDR1 ADDR2
LAMAR KRUITBOSCH RESCUE BAIL BONDS, inc APPLICANT rescuebailbonds@yahoo.com
CLVEPLAN Applicant Company Title Email
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PRJ-53329
SUP-53624
04/09/14
PRJ-53329
SUP-53624

PITARO & FUMO, CHTD.


ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OSVALDO E. FUMO, ESQ. 601 S. LAS VEGAS BLVD.
THOMAS F. PITARO, ESQ.
DUSTIN R. MARCELLO, ESQ. LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89104
MICHAEL J. MICELI, ESQ.
TELEPHONE (702) 382-9221
FACSIMILE (702) 382-9961

March 7, 2014

Bob Coffin, Ward 3


City Hall495 S. Main Street, Seventh Floor
Las Vegas, NV 89101

RE: 503 BONNEVILLE, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA PROPERTY

Dear Mr. Coffin:

The undersigned is the owner of the entire building located at the corner of Las Vegas Blvd.
South and Bonneville and I am writing to you because I am very anxious to get Lamar Kruitosch
and Rescue Bail Bonds back into my office space located at 503 Bonneville, Las Vegas, NV
89101 now that the rebuilding has been completed. Mr. Kruitosch has been here at the 503
Bonneville location for more than ten years and I have never had any problem with him or his
business. Moreover, the only reason he moved was because of the fire which caused all my
tenants to move out to rebuild from the ground up.

If you have any further questions or if I need to do anything else to expedite Mr. Kruitoschs
move back into his old location please call my office. Thank you in advance for your
consideration.

Sincerely,

Osvaldo E. Fumo
Attorney at Law
04/17/14
PRJ-53717
SUP-53745

OSV:cac

04/17/14
PRJ-53717
SUP-53745


Agenda tem No.: 13.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
SUP-53750 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: FAITH
LUTHERAN MIDDLE SCHOOL & HIGH SCHOOL - OWNER: O''BANNON PLAZA, LLC -
Request Ior a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 6,020 SQUARE-FOOT THRIFT SHOP at
2211 South Rainbow Boulevard (APN 163-03-804-009), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward
1 (Tarkanian) |PRJ-53658|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 7/16/2014
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:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and StaII Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photos
5. JustiIication Letter

SUP-53750 PR1-53658]
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AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: FAITH LUTHERAN MIDDLE SCHOOL & HIGH
SCHOOL - OWNER: O'BANNON PLAZA, LLC


`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
AUMBER
RECOMMEADA1IOA
REQUIRED FOR
APPROJAL
SUP-53750 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:


`` CONDITIONS ``


SbF-53750 CONDIIIONS


Planning

1. ConIormance to all Minimum Requirements under LVMC Title 19.12 Ior a ThriIt Shop use.

2. This approval shall be void two years Irom the date oI Iinal approval, unless exercised
pursuant to the provisions oI LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension oI Time may be Iiled Ior
consideration by the City oI Las Vegas.

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

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

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

6. All City Code requirements and design standards oI all City departments must be satisIied,
except as modiIied herein.


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`` STAFF REPORT ``


PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request Ior a Special Use Permit to establish a 6,020 square-Ioot ThriIt Shop use within
an existing shopping center at 2211 South Rainbow Boulevard. The subject site is located with
the C-1 (Limited Commercial) zoning district. The subject site is located in an existing 41,537
square-Ioot shopping center. As this request meets all the minimum Special Use requirements
and can be conducted in a compatible and harmonious manner within the existing shopping
center, staII recommends approval oI this application. II denied, the applicant will not be allowed
to conduct the ThriIt Shop use at this location.


ISSUES

The ThriIt Shop use is permitted in the C-1 (Limited Commercial) zoning district with the
approval oI a Special Use Permit.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
03/28/86
The City Council approved a petition to annex (A-0009-85) area generally
located south oI Charleston Boulevard between Torrey Pines Drive and Fort
Apache Road.
08/25/88
The Board oI Zoning Adjustment approved a request Ior a Variance (V-0097-
88) to allow 214 parking spaces in an existing shopping center where the
proposed uses require 245 spaces at 2201 South Rainbow Boulevard.
12/20/89
The City Council approved a request Ior a Special Use Permit (U-0167-89) to
allow a coin operated gaming (slot machine) in conjunction with an existing
Laundromat business on property located at 2247 South Rainbow Boulevard.
The Board oI Zoning Adjustment recommended approval oI the request.
08/24/06
The Planning Commission struck Variance (VAR-15498) to provide 202
parking spaces where 247 spaces are required, and 214 spaces were approved
by Variance (V-0097-88) at 2219 South Rainbow Boulevard.
09/20/06
The City Council approved a request Ior a Special Use Permit (SUP-14974)
Ior an Automobile Rental establishment at 2219 South Rainbow Boulevard.
01/16/07
The Planning Department approved a Temporary Sign Permit (TSP-19221)
Ior Iive 36" x 42" signs located along Rainbow Boulevard and two 36" x 42"
signs located near the store entrance. There will also be balloons and a Ilag
pennant near the door. Valid Irom 01/16/07 to 03/16/07.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
12/11/08
The Planning Department approved a Temporary Sign Permit (TSP-19277) to
allow one 7-Ioot portable sign at the northeast corner oI O'Bannon Plaza.
Valid Irom 01/26/07 to 03/26/07.


Most Recent Change of Ownership
10/10/13 A deed was recorded Ior a change in ownership.


Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
05/24/10
A business license (G50-03175) was issued Ior a general retail (Bedz 4 Kids)
use at 2211 South Rainbow Boulevard. The license was marked inactive on
02/08/12.
A building permit (#182123) was issued Ior a wall sign (Bedz 4 Kids) at 2211
South Rainbow Boulevard. The permit was Iinalized 04/28/11.
02/24/11
A building permit (#182124) was issued Ior a wall sign (AIIordable Mattress)
at 2211 South Rainbow Boulevard. The permit was Iinalized 04/28/11.


Pre-Application Meeting
04/14/14
A pre-application meeting was conducted with the applicant to go over the
application materials and submittal requirements Ior a Special Use Permit Ior
a proposed thriIt shop use.


Aeighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting is not required, nor was one conducted.


Field Check
05/01/14
A routine Iield check was conducted by staII and Iound a well maintained
shopping center.


Details of Application Request
Site Area
Net Acres 3.69
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Surrounding
Property
Existing Land Use
Per 1itle 19.12
Planned or Special
Land Use Designation
Existing Zoning District
Subject Property Shopping Center
SC (Service
Commercial)
C-1 (Limited
Commercial)
General Retail
SC (Service
Commercial)
C-1 (Limited
Commercial)
North
OIIice
SC (Service
Commercial)
C-1 (Limited
Commercial)
South
Motor Vehicle Sales
(new)
GC (General
Commercial)
C-2 (General
Commercial)
East Shopping Center C (Commercial)
C-1 (Limited
Commercial)
OIIice O (OIIice)
P-R (ProIessional OIIice
and Parking)
West
Single-Family
Detached
DR (Desert Rural
Density Residential)
R-E (Residence Estates)


Master Plan Areas Compliance
No Applicable Master Plan Area N/A
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
No Applicable Special Purpose or Overlay Districts N/A
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Project oI SigniIicant Impact (Development Impact NotiIication Assessment) N/A
Project oI Regional SigniIicance N/A


DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Street Aame
Functional
Classification of
Street(s)
Coverning Document
Actual
Street Width
(Feet)
Compliance
with Street
Section
Sahara Avenue Primary Arterial
Planned Streets and
Highways Map
100 Feet Y
O`Bannon Drive
Minor Collector
Street
Planned Streets and
Highways Map
60 Feet Y
Via Olivero Avenue
Minor Collector
Street
Planned Streets and
Highways Map
60 Feet Y
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Pursuant to 1itle 19.8 and 19.12, the following parking standards apply:
Parking Requirement
Required Provided Compliance
Parking Parking
Use
Cross Floor
Area or
Aumber of
Units
Parking
Ratio Regular
Handi-
capped
Regular
Handi-
capped
Shopping
Center
41,537SF 1:250 SF 167

TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 167 Y
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required 161 6 177 8 Y


ANALYSIS

The applicant is proposing to establish a 6,020 square-Ioot ThriIt Shop use within an existing
shopping center at 2211 South Rainbow Boulevard. The subject site is located with the C-1
(Limited Commercial) zoning district. The subject site is located in an existing 41,537 square-
Ioot shopping center. The existing commercial development provides shared access and parking
throughout the subject site.

A ThriIt Shop use is described in Tile 19.12 as: 'A retail Iacility that sells any new or used
merchandise that has been donated to the Iacility.

Minimum Special Use Permit Requirements:
* 1. No outdoor display or sales oI any merchandise shall be permitted.

No outaoor aisplays of merchanaise have been proposea with this application, the submittea
floor plan inaicates all sales areas are inaoors

* 2. The use shall comply with the applicable requirements oI LVMC Title 6.

The proposea use will be subfect to all business licensing requirements outlinea in LJMC
Chapter 6 if approvea.

3. Donations shall be accepted only during normal business hours, unless otherwise speciIically
approved in connection with the Special Use Permit. Where aIter-hours donation oI items is
approved, donation areas and containers, whether or not enclosed or screened, must be designed
so that donated items are not visible to the general public.

The applicant has inaicatea that the store hours woula be Monaay through Saturaay 10am to
7pm ana Sunaay 11am to 6pm, ana that aonations will only be acceptea auring business hours.
The proposea policy will comply with normal business hours of operation.
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According to the submitted justiIication letter and Iloor plan, the proposed use meets the
deIinition outlined above. The proposed ThriIt Shop use adheres to all minimum special use
permit requirements as outlined by Title 19.12. It has been determined that the proposed ThriIt
Shop use can be conducted in a manner that is compatible with the surrounding land uses,
thereIore, staII is recommending approval, as the use is considered appropriate Ior the
surrounding area.


FINDINGS (SUP-53750)

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

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 tenant space was previously approved to operate as a general retail use. The
proposed ThriIt Shop use is compatible with the surrounding land uses and can be
conducted in a manner that is harmonious with surrounding land uses.

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

The subject site currently is an existing 41,537 square-Ioot commercial shopping center
that is physically suitable Ior the intensity oI the proposed land use.

3. Street or highway facilities providing access to the property are or will be adequate in
size to meet the requirements of the proposed use.

Access to the site will not change. Vehicles may enter the property Irom Rainbow
Boulevard a 100-Ioot Primary Arterial or O`Bannon Drive and Via Olivero Avenue both
are classiIied as Collector Streets by the Master Plan oI Streets and Highways.

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

Approval oI this Special Use Permit will not compromise the public health saIety and
general welIare oI the public. The use will be subject to regular inspections and is subject
to licensing restrictions.
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5. The use meets all of the applicable conditions per Title 19.12.

The proposed use meets all applicable conditions oI approval Ior a ThriIt Shop use per
Title 19.12.



NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 18


NOTICES MAILED 105


APPROVALS 0


PROTESTS 0
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AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
SUP-53827 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: MARISCOS
PLAYA ESCONDIDA, LLC - OWNER: GARDNER & ASSOCIATES - For possible action on
a request Ior a Special Use Permit FOR A BEER/WINE/COOLER ON-SALE
ESTABLISHMENT WITHIN AN EXISTING 1,035 SQUARE-FOOT RESTAURANT at 1203
East Charleston Boulevard, Suite #140 (APN 139-34-814-002), C-2 (General Commercial)
Zone, Ward 3 (CoIIin) |PRJ-53641|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 7/16/2014
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:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location, Aerial and Special Maps
2. Conditions and StaII Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photos
5. JustiIication Letter
6. Letter Irom Gardner Associates
7. Letter Irom Gatski Commercial Real Estate Services

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AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: MARISCOS PLAYA ESCONDIDA, LLC -
OWNER: GARDNER & ASSOCIATES


`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
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APPROJAL
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`` CONDITIONS ``


SbF-53827 CONDIIIONS


Planning

1. ConIormance to all Minimum Requirements under LVMC Title 19.12 Ior a
Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale use.

2. This approval shall be void two years Irom the date oI Iinal approval, unless exercised
pursuant to the provisions oI LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension oI Time may be Iiled Ior
consideration by the City oI Las Vegas.

3. All signage shall be permitted and meet minimum code requirements within 30 days oI Iinal
approval.

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

5. No temporary signs such as banners, pennants, inIlatable objects, streamers, Ilags, or other
similar attention gaining item or devices shall be displayed upon the subject property or in
the parking lot oI the subject property without the appropriate permits.

6. These Conditions oI Approval shall be aIIixed to the cover sheet oI any plan set submitted
Ior building permit, as well as submitted as part oI any business license application.
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7. Approval oI this Special Use Permit does not constitute approval oI a liquor license.

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

9. All City Code requirements and design standards oI all City departments must be satisIied,
except as modiIied herein.


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`` STAFF REPORT ``



PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION

This application is a request Ior a Special Use Permit to add a Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale
establishment to an existing restaurant located at 1203 East Charleston Boulevard, Suite #140.
The subject site is an existing shopping center, which provides cross-access and shared parking
throughout the entire commercial center. The proposed use would be incorporated within a 1,035
square-Ioot restaurant. The proposed use meets all Title 19.12 requirements and is compatible
with the other restaurant, retail and oIIice uses located within the existing shopping center. StaII
recommends approval oI the requested Special Use Permit, with conditions. II denied, no alcohol
may be served on the premises.

ISSUES

The Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale use is permitted in the C-2 (General Commercial) zoning
district with the approval oI a Special Use Permit.
There are no protected uses within 400 Ieet oI the subject property.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
There is no history oI relevant actions related to the proposed use.


Most Recent Change of Ownership
09/24/04 A deed was recorded Ior a change in ownership.


Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
c. 1959 The existing 27,854 square-Ioot shopping center was constructed.
07/08/97
A building permit was issued Ior a non-work certiIicate oI occupancy Ior a
restaurant at 1203 East Charleston Boulevard, Suite #140. The permit was
Iinalized on 08/13/97.
07/25/13
A business license (R09-01738) was issued Ior a restaurant at 1203 East
Charleston Boulevard, Suite #140. The license is still active.
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Pre-Application Meeting
04/09/14
StaII met with the applicant to discuss the proposal to establish a
Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale establishment in conjunction with an existing
restaurant. StaII concluded that a Special Use Permit would be required to do
so. The submittal requirements Ior a Special Use Permit were discussed.


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


Field Check
05/01/14
StaII conducted a routine Iield check and noted several illegal banner signs
and Ilags at 1203 East Charleston Boulevard, Suite #140. A condition oI
approval has been added to address the illegal signs.


Details of Application Request
Site Area
Gross Acres 2.07


Surrounding
Property
Existing Land Use
Per 1itle 19.12
Planned or Special
Land Use Designation
Existing Zoning District
Subject Property Shopping Center C (Commercial)
C-2 (General
Commercial)
North
Multi-Family
Residential
MXU (Mixed Use)
R-4 (High Density
Residential)
South General Retail C (Commercial)
C-2 (General
Commercial)
East Auto Repair, Minor C (Commercial)
C-2 (General
Commercial)
General Retail
West
Restaurant
C (Commercial)
C-2 (General
Commercial)


Master Plan Areas Compliance
No Applicable Master Plan Area N/A
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
Live/Work Overlay District Y
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Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Project oI SigniIicant Impact (Development Impact NotiIication Assessment) N/A
Project oI Regional SigniIicance N/A


Street Aame
Functional
Classification of
Street(s)
Coverning Document
Actual
Street Width
(Feet)
Compliance
with Street
Section
Charleston
Boulevard
Primary Arterial
Master Plan oI Streets
and Highways
100 Feet Y
Maryland Parkway Primary Arterial
Master Plan oI Streets
and Highways
100 Feet Y


Pursuant to 1itle 19.8 and 19.12, the following parking standards apply:
Parking Requirement
Required Provided Compliance
Parking Parking
Use
Cross Floor
Area or
Aumber of
Units
Parking
Ratio Regular
Handi-
capped
Regular
Handi-
capped
Shopping
Center
27,854 SF 1:250 112

TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 112

130

Y
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required 107 5 124 6 Y



ANALYSIS

The Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale use is deIined by Title 19.12 as 'an establishment whose license
to sell alcoholic beverages is limited to the sale oI beer, wine and coolers only Ior consumption
on the premises where the same is sold. The proposed use meets the deIinition above, as the
provided Iloor plan and justiIication letter detail the sale oI beer, wine and coolers in conjunction
with a restaurant to be consumed on the premises only.

The Minimum Special Use Permit Requirements Ior this use include:

1. Except as otherwise provided, no beer/wine/cooler on-sale establishment (hereinaIter
'establishment) shall be located within 400 Ieet oI any church/house oI worship, school,
individual care center licensed Ior more than 12 children, or City park.
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The proposea use meets this requirement, as there are no protectea uses within 400 feet of the
subfect property.

2. Except as otherwise provided in Requirement 3 below, the distances reIerred to in
Requirement 1 shall be determined with reIerence to the shortest distance between two property
lines, one being the property line oI the proposed establishment which is closest to the existing
use to which the measurement pertains, and the other being the property line oI 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 oI measurement, the term 'property line
reIers to property lines oI Iee interest parcels and does not include the property line oI:
a. Any leasehold parcel; or
b. Any parcel which lacks access to a public street or has no area Ior on-site
parking and which has been created so as to avoid the distance limitation
described in Requirement 1.

The proposea use meets this requirement, measurement is taken from the existing property line
of the commercial subaivision locatea at the northeast corner of Charleston Boulevara ana
Marylana Parkway.

3. In the case oI an establishment proposed to be located on a parcel oI at least 80 acres in size,
the minimum distances reIerred to in Requirement 1 shall be measured in a straight line:

a. From the nearest property line oI the existing use to the nearest portion oI the
structure in which the establishment will be located, without regard to intervening
obstacles; or

b. In the case oI a proposed establishment which will be located within a shopping
center or other multiple tenant structure, Irom the nearest property line oI the
existing use to the nearest property line oI a leasehold or occupancy parcel in
which the establishment will be located, without regard to intervening obstacles.

This requirement aoes not apply to the proposea use, as the parcel on which it is proposea is less
than 80 acres in si:e.

4. When considering a Special Use Permit application Ior an establishment which also requires a
waiver oI the distance limitation in Requirement 1, the Planning Commission shall take into
consideration the distance policy and shall, as part oI its recommendation to the City Council,
state whether the distance separation should be waived and the reasons in support oI the decision.

This requirement aoes not apply to the proposea use, as no aistance separation waiver is
necessary.

5. The minimum distance separation requirements in Requirement 1 do not apply to:
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a. An establishment which has a nonrestricted gaming license in connection with
a hotel having 200 or more guest rooms on or beIore July 1, 1992 or in connection
with a resort hotel having in excess oI 200 guest rooms aIter July 1, 1992; or

b. A proposed establishment having more than 50,000 square Ieet oI retail Iloor
space.

Neither conaition applies to the proposea use.

6. All businesses which sell alcoholic beverages shall conIorm to the provisions oI LVMC
Chapter 6.50.

The proposea use will meet this requirement, as it is a conaition of approval of the Special Use
Permit.

The proposed use would be located within an established shopping center with retail and
restaurant uses located on the site interior. The existing shopping center provides cross-access
and shared parking throughout the entire commercial center. No additional parking is required
beyond that which is required Ior the principal use on the site, as parking requirements were
addressed during the original development oI the site. There are no protected uses located within
400 Ieet oI the subject property. The proposed use is compatible with the surrounding uses;
thereIore, staII recommends approval with conditions.


FINDINGS (SUP-53827)

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

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 location Ior the Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale Establishment is compatible
with the surrounding land uses. No waiver oI minimum distance separation requirements
Irom protected uses is required.

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

The proposed use will operate within an existing 1,035 square-Ioot restaurant located
within an existing shopping center. The proposed use will not increase parking demands oI
the site.
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3. Street or highway facilities providing access to the property are or will be adequate in
size to meet the requirements of the proposed use.

Access to the site is provided Irom Charleston Boulevard and Maryland Parkway. Both
streets have been classiIied as 100-Ioot wide Primary Arterials by the Master Plan oI
Streets and Highways. The proposed use will be in addition to an existing restaurant and
will have a negligible increase in traIIic and parking to the site.

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 Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale Establishment will be subject to regular
inspections by regulatory agencies Ior business licensing and will thereIore not
compromise the public health, saIety and general welIare, or the overall objectives oI the
General Plan.

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

The proposed Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale Establishment meets all distance separation
requirements per Title 19.12. Conditions oI approval ensure conIormance with all other
minimum requirements Ior the use.



NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 36


NOTICES MAILED 555


APPROVALS 0


PROTESTS 0

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Agenda tem No.: 15.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
SUP-53889 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: ALLAN
SILBERSTANG - OWNER: STUGOTS, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a Special
Use Permit FOR A BEER/WINE/COOLER ON-SALE ESTABLISHMENT WITHIN A
PROPOSED 746 SQUARE-FOOT RESTAURANT at 800 South Main Street (APN 139-34-
310-005), C-M (Commercial/Industrial) Zone, Ward 3 (CoIIin) |PRJ-53835|. StaII recommends
APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 7/16/2014
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:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location, Aerial and Special Maps
2. Conditions and StaII Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photos
5. JustiIication Letter
6. Support Postcard

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AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: ALLAN SILBERSTANG - OWNER: STUGOTS,
LLC


`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
AUMBER
RECOMMEADA1IOA
REQUIRED FOR
APPROJAL
SUP-53889 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:


`` CONDITIONS ``


SbF-5388 CONDIIIONS


Planning

1. ConIormance to all Minimum Requirements under LVMC Title 19.12 Ior a
Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale use.

2. This approval shall be void two years Irom the date oI Iinal approval, unless exercised
pursuant to the provisions oI LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension oI Time may be Iiled Ior
consideration by the City oI Las Vegas.

3. Prior to issuance oI a business license, a handicap parking space shall be provided and
designed pursuant to Title 19.08.110 Figure 2.

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

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

6. Approval oI this Special Use Permit does not constitute approval oI a liquor license.
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7. This business shall operate in conIormance to Chapter 6.50 oI the City oI Las Vegas
Municipal Code.

8. All City Code requirements and design standards oI all City departments must be satisIied,
except as modiIied herein.

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`` STAFF REPORT ``



PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION

This application is a request Ior a Special Use Permit to add a Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale
establishment to a proposed restaurant use located at 800 South Main Street. The subject site is
an existing 7,190 square-Ioot general retail building. The proposed restaurant and
Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale use would occupy 746 square Ieet oI space previously utilized as
general retail. The proposed use meets all Title 19.12 requirements and is compatible with the
other restaurant, retail and oIIice uses located within the surrounding community. StaII, thereIore
recommends approval oI the requested Special Use Permit, with conditions. II denied, the
restaurant use would be allowed to locate at the subject site but no alcohol could be served on the
premises.


ISSUES

The Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale use is permitted in the C-M (Commercial/Industrial)
zoning district with the approval oI a Special Use Permit.
There are no protected uses within 400 Ieet oI the subject property.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
12/16/64
The City Council approved a Rezoning (Z-0100-64) Irom R-1 (Single Family
Residential), C-1 (Limited Commercial), C-2 (General Commercial) and C-V
(Civic) to C-2 (General Commercial) and C-M (Commercial/Industrial) Ior
approximately 230 acres generally located on property bounded by Main
Street to the west, Bonanza Road on the north, Las Vegas Boulevard on the
east and Charleston Boulevard on the south. Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.


Most Recent Change of Ownership
01/03/06 A deed was recorded Ior a change in ownership.
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Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
c. 1988
A building permit (#509839) was issued Ior the existing 6,141 square-Ioot
commercial building.
02/09/07
A business license (G50-08648) was issued Ior general retail at 800 South
Main Street. The license is still active.


Pre-Application Meeting
04/23/14
StaII met with the applicant to discuss the proposal to establish a
Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale establishment in conjunction with a proposed
restaurant. StaII concluded that a Special Use Permit would be required to do
so. The submittal requirements Ior a Special Use Permit were discussed.


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


Field Check
05/01/14
StaII conducted a routine Iield check and noted several illegal banner signs at
the subject site.


Details of Application Request
Site Area
Gross Acres 0.34


Surrounding
Property
Existing Land Use
Per 1itle 19.12
Planned or Special
Land Use Designation
Existing Zoning District
Subject Property General Retail C (Commercial)
C-M (Commercial/
Industrial)
North Bailbonds Service
LI/R (Light
Industry/Research)
M (Industrial)
South General Retail C (Commercial)
C-M (Commercial/
Industrial)
East
Mini-Storage
Facility
LI/R (Light
Industry/Research)
C-M (Commercial/
Industrial)
West Bailbonds Service MXU (Mixed Use)
C-M (Commercial/
Industrial)
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Master Plan Areas Compliance
Downtown Centennial Plan Downtown South Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
A-O (Airport Overlay) District (200 Feet) Y
Live/Work Overlay District Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area Y
Project oI SigniIicant Impact (Development Impact NotiIication Assessment) N/A
Project oI Regional SigniIicance N/A


Street Aame
Functional
Classification of
Street(s)
Coverning Document
Actual
Street Width
(Feet)
Compliance
with Street
Section
Main Street Major Collector
Master Plan oI Streets
and Highways
80 Y


Parking Requirement - Downtown
Base Parking Requirement Provided Compliance
Parking Parking
Use
Cross Floor
Area or
Aumber of
Units
Parking
Ratio Regular
Handi-
capped
Regular
Handi-
capped
General Retail 6,444 SF 1:175 SF 37
Restaurant
463 SF oI
customer
seating area
283 SF
remaining
Iloor area
1:50 SF
customer
seating
area
1:200 SF
remaining
Iloor area
12


TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 49

12

N
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required 47 2 12 0 N
Projects located within the Las Vegas Downtown Centennial Plan area are not subject to the
automatic application oI parking requirements. However, the above table should be used to illustrate
the requirements oI an analogous project in another location in the City.
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ANALYSIS

The Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale use is deIined by Title 19.12 as 'an establishment whose license
to sell alcoholic beverages is limited to the sale oI beer, wine and coolers only Ior consumption
on the premises where the same is sold. The proposed use meets the deIinition above, as the
provided Iloor plan and justiIication letter detail the sale oI beer, wine and coolers in conjunction
with a restaurant to be consumed on the premises only.

The Minimum Special Use Permit Requirements Ior this use include:

1. Except as otherwise provided, no beer/wine/cooler on-sale establishment (hereinaIter
'establishment) shall be located within 400 Ieet oI any church/house oI worship, school,
individual care center licensed Ior more than 12 children, or City park.

The proposea use meets this requirement, as there are no protectea uses within 400 feet of the
subfect property.

2. Except as otherwise provided in Requirement 3 below, the distances reIerred to in
Requirement 1 shall be determined with reIerence to the shortest distance between two property
lines, one being the property line oI the proposed establishment which is closest to the existing
use to which the measurement pertains, and the other being the property line oI 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 oI measurement, the term 'property line
reIers to property lines oI Iee interest parcels and does not include the property line oI:

a. Any leasehold parcel; or

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

The proposea use meets this requirement, measurement is taken from the existing property line
of the property locatea at the northwest corner of Main Street ana Gass Avenue.

3. In the case oI an establishment proposed to be located on a parcel oI at least 80 acres in size,
the minimum distances reIerred to in Requirement 1 shall be measured in a straight line:

a. From the nearest property line oI the existing use to the nearest portion oI the
structure in which the establishment will be located, without regard to intervening
obstacles; or
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b. In the case oI a proposed establishment which will be located within a shopping
center or other multiple tenant structure, Irom the nearest property line oI the
existing use to the nearest property line oI a leasehold or occupancy parcel in
which the establishment will be located, without regard to intervening obstacles.

This requirement aoes not apply to the proposea use, as the parcel on which it is proposea is less
than 80 acres in si:e.

4. When considering a Special Use Permit application Ior an establishment which also requires a
waiver oI the distance limitation in Requirement 1, the Planning Commission shall take into
consideration the distance policy and shall, as part oI its recommendation to the City Council,
state whether the distance separation should be waived and the reasons in support oI the decision.

This requirement aoes not apply to the proposea use, as no aistance separation waiver is
necessary.

5. The minimum distance separation 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 beIore July 1, 1992 or in connection
with a resort hotel having in excess oI 200 guest rooms aIter July 1, 1992; or

b. A proposed establishment having more than 50,000 square Ieet oI retail Iloor
space.

Neither conaition applies to the proposea use.

6. All businesses which sell alcoholic beverages shall conIorm to the provisions oI LVMC
Chapter 6.50.

The proposea use will meet this requirement, as it is a conaition of approval of the Special Use
Permit.

The applicant is requesting a Special Use Permit to add a Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale
establishment to a proposed restaurant use at 800 South Main Street. Currently, the site consists
oI a single-story, 7,190 square-Ioot commercial building. The proposed restaurant and
Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale Establishment would occupy 746 square Ieet oI space previously
utilized as general retail, leaving 6,444 square Ieet to remain as general retail. There are no
protected uses located within 400 Ieet oI the subject property.
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The requested Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale establishment does not require additional parking
beyond what is required Ior the principal use on the site. However, the inclusion oI a proposed
restaurant use would require an additional twelve parking spaces. A total oI 49 parking spaces
would be required Ior both the restaurant use and existing general retail use. However, a
Variance is not required, as the subject site is located within the Downtown Centennial Plan
Downtown South District and is not subject to the automatic application oI parking requirements.

The proposed use meets all Minimum Special Use Permit Requirements and is complementary to
the proposed restaurant use. It will add to the variety oI commercial uses and other existing retail
establishments Iound surrounding the site. The proposed use is compatible with the surrounding
uses; thereIore, staII recommends approval with conditions.


FINDINGS (SUP-53889)

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

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 location Ior the Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale establishment is compatible with
the surrounding land uses. No waiver oI minimum distance separation requirements Irom
protected uses is required.

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

The proposed use will operate in conjunction with a proposed restaurant located within a
7,190 square-Ioot commercial building. The proposed Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale use will
be in addition to a proposed restaurant and will have a negligible increase in traIIic and
parking to the existing site.

3. Street or highway facilities providing access to the property are or will be adequate in
size to meet the requirements of the proposed use.

Access to the site is provided Irom Main Street, an 80-Ioot wide Major Collector as
classiIied by the Master Plan oI Streets and Highways. The street is adequate in size to
accommodate the proposed use.
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4. Approval of the Special Use Permit at the site in question will not be inconsistent with
or compromise the public health, safety, and welfare or the overall objectives of the
General Plan.

The proposed Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale Establishment will be subject to regular
inspections by regulatory agencies Ior business licensing and will thereIore not
compromise the public`s health, saIety and general welIare, or overall objectives oI the
General Plan.

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

The proposed Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale Establishment meets all distance separation
requirements per Title 19.12. Conditions oI approval ensure conIormance with all other
minimum requirements Ior the use.



NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 30


NOTICES MAILED 350


APPROVALS 1


PROTESTS 0
04/24/14
PRJ-53835
SUP-53889
CLV Planning - Application Form
Page 1 of 2 4/28/2014 5:03:53 PM
Applicant Email: cardozaent@aol.com
Applicant Fax:
Rep Last Name: Silberstang
Rep First Name: Allan
Applicant State: NV
Applicant Phone: 702-210-1125
Applicant Zip: 89101
Rep Address: 800 South Main Street
Rep Email: cardozaent@aol.com
Rep Fax:
Rep State: NV
Rep City: Las Vegas
Rep Phone: 702-210-1125
Rep Zip: 89101
Assessors Parcel #(s): 13934310005
Project Name B/W/C ON-SALE SUP
Is the Application Information
Correct:
Yes
Ward #: WARD 1 (LOIS TARKANIAN), WARD 3 (BOB COFFIN)
Application Number: PRJ-53835
Applicant City: Las Vegas
ProjectAddress (Location): 800 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Application/Petition For: SUP for a Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale Establishment within a proposed restaurant at 800 South Main
Street
If no, ...change what
Applicant First Name: Allan
Additional Information:
Applicant Address: 800 South Main Street
Applicant Last Name: Silberstang
Zoning District: Proposed: Select
General Plan Designation: Proposed: Select
Lots/Units:
Gross Acres:
SUP-53889
CLV Planning - Application Form
Page 2 of 2 4/28/2014 5:03:53 PM
Is the Owner Information Correct: Yes
If no, ...change what
I certify that I am the applicant and
that the information submitted with
this application is true and accurate
to the best of my knowledge and
belief. I understand that the City is
not responsible for inaccuracies in
information presented, and that
inaccuracies, false information or
incomplete application may cause
the application to be rejected. I
further certify that I am the owner
or purchaser (or option holder) of
the property involved in this
application, or the lessee or agent
fully authorized by the owner to
make this submission.
I Accept:
Yes
STUGOTS L L C 800 S MAIN ST LAS VEGAS, NV 89101
Owner(s) ADDR1 ADDR2
Allan Silberstang Gambler's Cafe Owner cardozaent@aol.com
CLVEPLAN Applicant Company Title Email
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GAMBLERS CAF
800 South Main Street
Las Vegas, NV 89101


April 24, 2014

Allan Silberstang
Gamblers Caf

To Whom It May Concern:

I am seeking a Special Use Permit to add a beer and wine license to my
proposed caf at 800 South Main Street.

The Gamblers Caf will occupy 750 sf at the north end of the Gamblers General
Store. We are projecting hours of 7 a.m 4 p.m for breakfast and lunch, seven
days a week, plus First Friday late hours (until 8 or 9 pm), with occasional late
hours other nights as business warrants. Our breakfast will include bagels,
donuts and eggs, while our lunch menu specializes in salads prepared to order
(diners choose from three greens plus 20 salad items) and New York style heros
featuring Boars Head cold cuts. We will also grill some simple meals.

Let me know if you have any questions


Allan Silberstang
Owner
04/24/14
PRJ-53835 SUP-53889


Agenda tem No.: 16.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
SDR-53792 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT:
ED BERNSTEIN - OWNER: CROSSHILL 1, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a Site
Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 600 SQUARE-FOOT EXPANSION TO AN
EXISTING 1,962 SQUARE-FOOT OFFICE BUILDING on 0.15 acres at 516 South 4th Street
(APN 139-34-311-115), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (CoIIin) |PRJ-53594|. StaII
recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 7/16/2014
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:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and StaII Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photos
5. JustiIication Letter

SDR-53792 PR1-53594]
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AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: ED BERNSTEIN - OWNER: CROSSHILL 1, LLC


`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
AUMBER
RECOMMEADA1IOA
REQUIRED FOR
APPROJAL
SDR-53792 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:


`` CONDITIONS ``

SDk-5372 CONDIIIONS


Planning

1. This approval shall be void two years Irom the date oI Iinal approval, unless exercised
pursuant to the provisions oI LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension oI Time may be Iiled Ior
consideration by the City oI Las Vegas.

2. All development shall be in conIormance with the site plan date stamped 05/12/14; and
landscape plan, and building elevations and Iloor plan date stamped 04/21/14, except as
amended by conditions herein.

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

4. These Conditions oI Approval shall be aIIixed to the cover sheet oI any plan set submitted
Ior building permit.

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

6. A Iully operational Iire protection system, including Iire apparatus roads, Iire hydrants and
water supply, shall be installed and shall be Iunctioning prior to construction oI any
combustible structures.
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1une 10, 2014 - Planning Commission Meeting



7. All City Code requirements and design standards oI all City Departments must be satisIied,
except as modiIied herein.

Public Works

8. No permanent parking stalls are allowed to encroach into the alley.

9. Meet with the Flood Control Section oI the Department oI Public Works Ior assistance with
establishing Iinished Iloor elevations and drainage patterns Ior this site prior to submittal oI
construction plans or the issuance oI any building or grading permits, whichever may occur
Iirst. Provide and improve all drainage ways as recommended.


SDR-53792 PR1-53594]
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Staff Report Page One
1une 10, 2014 - Planning Commission Meeting



`` STAFF REPORT ``



PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request Ior a Site Development Plan Review Ior a proposed 600 square-Ioot expansion
to an existing 1,962 square-Ioot oIIice building on 0.15 acres at 516 South 4
th
Street. The
proposed expansion will be located on the western perimeter oI the existing building adjacent to
the adjacent alleyway. The interior site landscaping in Iront oI the entrance to the building has
been enhanced to incorporate ramped wheelchair access and additional planting materials. This
project meets all oI the minimum development standards Ior commercial development and is
compatible with surrounding development in the Las Vegas Downtown Centennial Plan - OIIice
Core district; thereIore, staII is recommends approval oI this project with conditions.


ISSUES

The proposed 600 square-Ioot addition represents more than a 10 increase in Iloor area and
requires major Site Development Plan review.
There are no proposed alterations to the existing streetscape; this proposal is limited to the
600 square-Ioot expansion oI the existing building.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
12/16/64
The City Council approved a request Ior a Rezoning (Z-0100-64) Irom R-1
(Single Family Residential), R-4 (High Density Residential), C-1 (Limited
Commercial), C-2 (General Commercial) and C-V (Civic) to C-2 (General
Commercial) Ior approximately 230 Acres generally located on property
bounded by Main Street to the west, Bonanza Road on the north, Las Vegas
Boulevard on the east, and Charleston Boulevard on the south. The Planning
Commission recommended approval oI the request.
09/11/80
The Planning Commission approved a request Ior a Rezoning |Z-0100-
64(116)| Ior a plot plan review Ior a proposed newspaper oIIice on property
located a 516 South 4
th
Street.
03/11/93
The Planning Commission approved a request Ior a Rezoning (Z-0008-56) to
waive the requirement to dedicate a 10-Ioot radius on property located on the
northwest corner oI 6
th
Street and Bonneville Avenue.
SDR-53792 PR1-53594]
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Staff Report Page Two
1une 10, 2014 - Planning Commission Meeting



Most Recent Change of Ownership
06/29/05 A deed was recorded Ior a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
06/03/94 A building permit (#94334492) was issued Ior an electrical service change at
516 South 4
th
Street
04/24/96 A building permit (#96001517) was issued Ior an electrical panel change at
516 South 4
th
Street.

Pre-Application Meeting
04/07/14
A meeting was held with the applicant to discuss the submittal process and
procedures Ior a Site Development Plan Review Ior a proposed expansion oI
an existing oIIice use.

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

Field Check
05/08/14
During a routine Iield check staII Iound a well maintained commercial site,
Iree Irom debris or litter.

Details of Application Request
Site Area
Net Acres 0.15

Surrounding
Property
Existing Land Use
Per 1itle 19.12
Planned or Special
Land Use Designation
Existing Zoning District
Subject Property OIIice C (Commercial)
C-2 (General
Commercial)
North Parking Lot C (Commercial)
C-2 (General
Commercial)
South OIIice C (Commercial)
C-2 (General
Commercial)
Parking Lot C (Commercial)
C-2 (General
Commercial)
East
Parking Garage MXU (Mixed Use)
C-2 (General
Commercial)
West Bail Bonds Service C (Commercial)
C-2 (General
Commercial)
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Staff Report Page Three
1une 10, 2014 - Planning Commission Meeting



Master Plan Areas Compliance
Downtown Centennial Plan (OIIice Core) Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
Downtown Centennial Plan Overlay District (OIIice Core) Y
A-O (Airport Overlay) District (200 Feet) Y
Live/Work Overlay District N/A
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Project oI SigniIicant Impact (Development Impact NotiIication Assessment) N/A
Project oI Regional SigniIicance N/A


DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Street Aame
Functional
Classification of
Street(s)
Coverning Document
Actual
Street Width
(Feet)
Compliance
with Street
Section
4
th
Street Collector Street
Planned Streets and
Highways Map
70 Feet Y

Parking Requirement - Downtown
Base Parking Requirement Provided Compliance
Parking Parking
Use
Cross Floor
Area or
Aumber of
Units
Parking
Ratio Regular
Handi-
capped
Regular
Handi-
capped
OIIice 2,562 SF 1:300 9
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 9 6 Y*
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required 8 1 6 0 Y*
*Profects locatea within the Las Jegas Downtown Centennial Plan area are not subfect to the
automatic application of parking requirements. However, the above table shoula be usea to illustrate
the requirements of an analogous profect in another location in the City.


ANALYSIS

This is a request Ior a Site Development Plan Review Ior a proposed 600 square-Ioot expansion
to an existing 1,962 square-Ioot oIIice building on 0.15acres at 516 South 4
th
Street. The subject
site is located in the Las Vegas Downtown Centennial Plan OIIice Core district, within the C-2
(General Commercial) zoning district. The subject site is utilized as an oIIice, other than listed
land use which is a permitted in the C-2 zoning district; there are no anticipated changes Irom the
existing use.
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1une 10, 2014 - Planning Commission Meeting



The proposed expansion will be located on the west side oI the existing building adjacent to the
alleyway. The proposed building addition will be Iinished to match the existing exterior Iinish oI
the existing building, which is painted a tan brown with a red asphalt shingle rooI. The overall
height oI the structure has been raised Irom 14.5` to 17` when measured to the midpoint oI the
rooIs eaves. All existing streetscape along 4
th
Street will not be aIIected by this proposal. The
applicant has proposed to enhance the interior site landscaping in Iront oI the entrance to the
building along the eastern perimeter oI the subject site. The submitted plans show 27
Chihuahuan Sages, six Weeping Yuccas, 6 Sierra Gold Dalae and one mexian Ian palm which
will be located in Iront oI the building. In addition, the applicant has proposed to install a ADA
wheelchair access ramp to the Iront entrance oI the building Irom 4
th
Street to provide better
access to the building. This project meets all minimum commercial development standards and is
in compliance with the Las Vegas Downtown Centennial Plan design standards; thereIore, staII
is recommends approval oI this proposed development with conditions.


FINDINGS (SDR-53792)

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

1. The proposed development is compatible with adjacent development and
development in the area;

The proposed building addition, elevation changes and parking-lot restriping are
compatible with the surrounding area and adjacent oIIice and commercial land uses. All
existing setbacks, parking and site circulation in conIormance with code requirements

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

The proposed oIIice building and use continue to meet all minimum city standards and
remains a permissible land use in Las Vegas Downtown Centennial Plan OIIice Core
district. The proposed building addition, elevation changes and parking-lot restriping will
not change the existing use on-site.

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

The site is accessed Irom 4
th
Street. The internal site access, drive-through lane and
parking areas have been designed and constructed earlier to meet the requirements oI the
OIIice, other than listed use.
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4. Building and landscape materials are appropriate for the area and for the City;

The proposed building addition will be Iinished to match the existing exterior Iinish oI the
existing building. The project design and style are appropriate Ior the subject location and
will be harmonious with buildings in the surrounding area.

5. Building elevations, design characteristics and other architectural and aesthetic
features are not unsightly, undesirable, or obnoxious in appearance; create an
orderly and aesthetically pleasing environment; and are harmonious and compatible
with development in the area;

The design characteristics oI the proposed building elevations are not unsightly and are
compatible with development in the area. The applicant is seeking to update the existing
oIIice building which was constructed in 1927. The proposed materials provide a suitable
update Ior the surrounding commercial uses and the desert environment.

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

The proposed building addition, elevation changes and parking re-stripping to the existing
oIIice building will be subject to inspections in order to protect the public health, saIety
and general welIare by City staII.



NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 32


NOTICES MAILED 148


APPROVALS 0


PROTESTS 0
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SDR 53792
Ed Bernstein
516 S. 4th Street
Proposed 0.6 thousand square foot expansion of an existing office.
Traffic produced by proposed development:
Previous Use DESCRIPTION #UNIT
RATE/#
UNIT TOTAL
Average Daily Traffic (ADT)
GENERAL OFFICE BUILDING [1000 SF] 1.962
11.01 22
AM Peak Hour 1.55 3
PM Peak Hour 1.49 3
Proposed Use DESCRIPTION #UNIT
RATE/#
UNIT TOTAL
Average Daily Traffic (ADT)
GENERAL OFFICE BUILDING [1000 SF] 2.562
11.01 28
AM Peak Hour 1.55 4
PM Peak Hour 1.49 4
Net Change DESCRIPTION #UNIT
RATE/#
UNIT TOTAL
Average Daily Traffic (ADT)
GENERAL OFFICE BUILDING [1000 SF] 0.6
11.01 6
AM Peak Hour 1.55 1
PM Peak Hour 1.49 1
Existing traffic on all nearby streets:
4th Street
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 4,575
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 366
Clark Avenue
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 3,050
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 244
Bonneville Avenue
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 3,838
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 307
Adjacent Street ADT Capacity
4th Street 31,080
Clark Avenue 31,080
Bonneville Avenue 31,080
This project is expected to add about 6 trips per day on 4th St., Clark Ave. & Bonneville Ave. Currently, 4th is at about
15% of capacity, Clark at about 10% of capacity and Bonneville at about 12% of capacity. With this project, these
capacities are not expected to change.
Based on Peak Hour use, this project will add about 1 trip in the peak hour.
Note that this report assumes all traffic from this development uses all named streets.

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April 17, 2014

City of Las Vegas


Planning Department
333 N. Rancho Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89106

Re: Justification Letter Ed Bernstein Expansion


516 4
th
St., Las Vegas, APN No. 139-34-311-115

To whom it may Concern:

The purpose this letter is to justify the expansion of the existing office for Ed Bernstein and Associates.
We propose adding additional office space. There will be no change to the existing use and hours of
operation are to remain 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. The office expansion is relatively small at
approximately 600 sq. ft. Per the Downtown Centennial Plan, there is no rear building setbacks in the office
core district where the expansion is proposed. In addition to the building expansion, a proposed landscape
area at the front yard of the building that consists of the following: accessible ramp, stair, planter box, rock
landscape, various plants, palm tree and existing plants to remain.

Sincerely,

ENCOMPASS STUDIO

Barrett Powley, AIA LEED AP


Principal

04/21/14
PRJ-53594
SDR-53792


Agenda tem No.: 17.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
SDR-53862 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: COX COMMUNICATIONS LAS VEGAS, INC. - Request Ior a Site
Development Plan Review FOR A 12,024 SQUARE-FOOT BUILDING AND 3,344 SQUARE-
FOOT GENERATOR YARD EXPANSION TO AN EXISTING 3,450 SQUARE-FOOT
UTILITY INSTALLATION on 3.9 acres at 2451 Ernest May Lane (APN 139-29-715-003), C-1
(Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) |PRJ-53620|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 7/16/2014
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:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and StaII Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photos
5. JustiIication Letter

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AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: COX COMMUNICATIONS LAS
VEGAS, INC.


`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
AUMBER
RECOMMEADA1IOA
REQUIRED FOR
APPROJAL
SDR-53862 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:




`` CONDITIONS ``

SDk-5382 CONDIIIONS


Planning

1. ConIormance to the approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-28083) shall be
required.

2. This approval shall be void two years Irom the date oI Iinal approval, unless exercised
pursuant to the provisions oI LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension oI Time may be Iiled Ior
consideration by the City oI Las Vegas.

3. All development shall be in conIormance with the site plan, Iloor plan and building
elevations and landscaping plan date stamped 04/24/14, except as amended by conditions
herein.

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

5. 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 Ior a building permit. A permanent underground sprinkler system
is required, and shall be permanently maintained in a satisIactory manner; the landscape
plan shall include irrigation speciIications.
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6. A Iully operational Iire protection system, including Iire apparatus roads, Iire hydrants and
water supply, shall be installed and shall be Iunctioning prior to construction oI any
combustible structures.

7. These Conditions oI Approval shall be aIIixed to the cover sheet oI any plan set submitted
Ior building permit.

8. All City Code requirements and design standards oI all City Departments must be satisIied,
except as modiIied herein.

Public Works

9. Include one oI the Iollowing statements on your Utility Plan sheet the utility sheet oI the
civil improvement drawings:

A. The on-site sewer system is a common element oI the commercial subdivision
which is privately owned and which is maintained in accordance with the
covenants, conditions and restrictions that govern the subdivision.

B. The on-site sewer system is a common element oI the commercial subdivision
which is privately owned and which is maintained in accordance with a joint use
agreement applicable to the subdivision.

10. An update to the previously approved Drainage Plan and Technical Drainage Study must be
submitted to and approved by the Department oI Public Works prior to submittal oI any
construction drawings or the issuance oI any building or grading permits, whichever may
occur Iirst. Provide and improve all drainageways recommended in the approved drainage
study update.

11. Site Development to comply with all applicable conditions oI approval Ior SDR-13480,
SDR-28083 and all other applicable site-related actions.


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`` STAFF REPORT ``

PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request Ior a Site Development Plan Review Ior a proposed 15,368 square-Ioot
expansion to an existing 3,614 square-Ioot Utility Installation, Other Than Listed
(telecommunications Iacility) on 3.09 acres at 2451 Ernest May Lane. The proposed expansion
will be comprised oI a 12,024 square-Ioot building utilized Ior housing telecommunications
equipment and a 3,344 square-Ioot open-air generator yard. The landscaping around the
perimeter will not be aIIected by this proposal; and remains in compliance with the landscaping
plan Irom previously approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-28083). StaII is
recommends approval oI this proposed development.


ISSUES

The proposed 15,368 square-Ioot expansion to an existing 3,614 square-Ioot Utility
Installation, Other Than Listed use requires a Site Development Plan Review.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
10/03/56
The Board oI Commissioners approved a Rezoning (Z-0026-56) oI this site
Irom R-1 (Single Family Residential) to C-1 (Limited Commercial).
02/25/93
The Planning Commission approved a request Ior a Rezoning (Z-0006-93) to
allow a new church and recreation hall, golI driving range (outdoor
amusement center), clubhouse with golI pro-shop, restaurants on the northeast
corner oI Rancho Drive and Bonanza Road.
07/16/91
The Planning Commission approved a request Ior a plot plan review (Z-0026-
56) Ior a proposed restaurant with drive-thru on property located at 820 North
Rancho Drive.
07/05/00
The City Council approved a Vacation (VAC-0004-00) oI excess right-oI-
way adjacent to this site at the northeast corner oI Bonanza Road and Rancho
Drive. The Planning Commission and staII recommended approval.
09/20/00
The City Council approved a request Ior a Special Use Permit (U-0127-00)
Ior a Utility Service Provider, a Variance (V-0049-00) to allow a proposed
six-story, 55-Ioot high parking structure 35 Ieet Irom the east property line
where 165 Ieet is the minimum setback required by the residential adjacency
standards, and a Site Development Plan Review (SD-0046-00) Ior a proposed
5,400 square-Ioot retail cable store, 230,000 square-Ioot, Iour-story oIIice
building, and a six-story parking structure (Cox Communications Center).
The Planning Commission and staII recommended approval.
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02/20/02
The City Council approved a request Ior a Site Development Plan Review
(SD-0076-01) and a Reduction in the amount oI Required Parking Lot
Landscaping Ior a proposed 43,000 square-Ioot, two-story oIIice building and
a 3,500 square-Ioot payment center located adjacent to the northeast corner oI
Rancho Drive and Bonanza Road. The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.
10/24/02
The Planning Commission approved a request Ior a Tentative Map (TM-
0060-02) Ior a one-lot commercial subdivision on 12.13 acres at 800 North
Ranch Drive.
12/12/02
StaII approved a request Ior a Final Map (FMP-1213) Ior a Final Map
Technical Review on property located on the northeast corner oI Rancho
Drive and Bonanza Road.
05/07/03
The City Council approved a Master Sign Plan (MSP-1863) Ior an approved
43,000 square-Ioot, 2-story oIIice building and a 3,500 square-Ioot payment
center (Cox Communications) located adjacent to the northeast corner oI
Rancho Drive and Bonanza Road. The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.
06/22/06
The Planning Commission approved a request Ior a Site Development Plan
review (SDR-13480) Ior a proposed telecommunications Iacility on 3.09 acres
at the southwest corner oI Ernest May Lane and Robin Lane.
06/26/08
The Planning Commission approved a request Ior a Site Development Plan
review (SDR-28083) Ior a 1,650 square-Ioot expansion to an existing 1,637
square-Ioot utility installation at 2451 Ernest May Lane.


Most Recent Change of Ownership
08/25/99 A deed was recorded Ior a change in ownership.


Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
10/25/06
A building permit (#6006621) was issued Ior Onsite Improvements at
2451Ernest May Lane.
10/25/06
A building permit (#6006620) was issued Ior Communications Building at
2451 Ernest May Lane. This project was completed on 05/17/07.
A building permit (#123383) was issued Ior a commercial addition (Cox
Communication STC Facility) at 2451 Ernest May Lane. This project was
completed on 08/27/09.
01/12/09
A building permit (#123384) was issued Ior on-site hardscapes (Cox
Communication STC Facility) at 2451 Ernest May Lane. This project was
completed on 08/27/09.
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03/19/10
A building permit (#159022) was issued to upgrade generators and pads (Cox
Communication) at 2451 Ernest May Lane. This project was never completed.

A building permit (#159024) was issued Ior block walls (Cox
Communication) at 2451 Ernest May Lane. This project was never completed.
07/15/10
A building permit (#165389) was issued to add a electric gate operator to an
existing gate (Cox Communication) at 2451 Ernest May Lane. This project
was never completed.
06/30/2011
A code enIorcement case (#103429) was processed Ior a mobile car wash on
vacant property adjacent to Cox Communications. This case was resolved on
07/31/11.
01/28/14
A code enIorcement case (#137329) was processed. Cox Communications
management called to report mobile car wash activity that takes place on their
property causing a nuisance; people waiting around to get their vehicles
washed, walking all over the landscaping, causing Cox to have to replace
plants, happening regularly & around 10 am in the morning. This case was
resolved on 02/12/14.


Pre-Application Meeting
04/08/14
StaII met with the applicant to review the requirements submittal procedures
Ior a Site Development Plan Review Ior a proposed expansion oI an existing
utility installation.


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


Field Check
05/01/14
StaII conducted a Iield inspection and Iound the subject site to be a well
maintained Utility Installation.


Details of Application Request
Site Area
Net Acres 3.09


Surrounding
Property
Existing Land Use
Per 1itle 19.12
Planned or Special
Land Use Designation
Existing Zoning District
Subject Property Utility Installation
SC (Service
Commercial)
C-1 (Limited
Commercial)
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Surrounding
Property
Existing Land Use
Per 1itle 19.12
Planned or Special
Land Use Designation
Existing Zoning District
North Apartments
H (High Density
Residential)
C-1 (Limited
Commercial)
South
Cox
Communications
OIIice Facility
SC (Service
Commercial)
C-1 (Limited
Commercial)
East Undeveloped
ML (Medium Low
Density Residential)
R-1 (Single Family
Residential)
General Retail (Auto
Parts)
SC (Service
Commercial)
C-1 (Limited
Commercial)
West
OIIice
SC (Service
Commercial)
C-1 (Limited
Commercial)

Master Plan Areas Compliance
West Las Vegas Plan Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
A-O (Airport Overlay) District (105 Feet) Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area Y
Project oI SigniIicant Impact (Development Impact NotiIication Assessment) N/A
Project oI Regional SigniIicance N/A


DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to 1itle 19.8, the following standards apply:
Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Lot Width 100 SF 489 SF Y
Min. Setbacks
Front
Side
Rear
20 Feet
10 Feet
20 Feet
158 Feet
30.5 Feet
27 Feet
Y
Y
Y
Max. Lot Coverage 50 7 Y
Max. Building Height N/A 28 Feet Y
Trash Enclosure
Screened, Gated, w/
a RooI or Trellis
Screened,
Gated, w/
a RooI or
Trellis
Y
Mech. Equipment Screened Screened Y
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Residential Adjacency Standards Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
3:1 proximity slope 84 Feet 77 Feet Y*
Trash Enclosure 50 Feet 200 Feet Y
*Per Title 19.08.0409(H)c(ii) municipal utility facilities are exempt from resiaential aafacency
height restrictions.


Street Aame
Functional
Classification of
Street(s)
Coverning Document
Actual
Street Width
(Feet)
Compliance
with Street
Section
Ernest May Lane Collector Street
Planned Streets and
Highways Map
60 Feet Y


Pursuant to 1itle 19.8 and 19.12, the following parking standards apply:
Parking Requirement
Required Provided Compliance
Parking Parking
Use
Cross Floor
Area or
Aumber of
Units
Parking
Ratio Regular
Handi-
capped
Regular
Handi-
capped
Utility
Installation,
Other Than
Listed
(existing)
3,614 SF
(No Habitable
Space)
Utility
Installation,
Other Than
Listed
(Proposed)
15,368 SF
(No Habitable
Space)
One
space,
plus an
additional
space
Ior each
300
square
Ieet oI
habitable
oIIice
space
1

TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 1

10

Y
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required 0 1 8 2 Y


ANALYSIS

This is a request Ior a Site Development Plan Review Ior a proposed 15,368 square-Ioot
expansion to an existing 3,614 square-Ioot Utility Installation, Other Than Listed
(telecommunications Iacility) on 3.09 acres at 2451 Ernest May Lane. The proposed expansion
will be comprised oI a 12,024 square-Ioot building utilized Ior housing telecommunications
equipment and a 3,344 square-Ioot open-air generator yard.
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The proposed building will be Iinished to match the existing exterior Iinish oI the existing
building on the site. The submitted elevations show the structure will be primarily comprised oI
peach and charcoal CMU block with metal accents on the rooIline. The proposed landscaping
around the perimeter will not be aIIected by this proposal; and remains in compliance with the
landscaping plan Irom previously approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-28083). There
are several parcels with an R-1 (Single Family Residential) zoning designation adjacent to the
subject site along the eastern perimeter. However, the subject site qualiIies as a municipal utility
Iacility which is exempt Irom all residential adjacency height restrictions.

The applicant has indicated that the proposed expansion will be separated into three phases,
which have been depicted in the submitted plans and are part oI the requested entitlement. Phase
one will include the installation oI the 3,344 square-Ioot generator yard and 4,796 square-Ioot
building (building B). Phase two and three will expand the proposed building an additional 4,796
square Ieet per phase, to allow the proposed utility installation Iacility to meet Iuture demand
requirements. This project meets all oI the minimum development standards Ior commercial
development and is compatible with surrounding development; thereIore, staII approves the
project with conditions.


FINDINGS (SDR-53862)

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

1. The proposed development is compatible with adjacent development and
development in the area;

The subject site has an existing utility installation, which has existed harmoniously in the
area Ior the past seven years; this proposal represents an expansion oI that Iacility. The
proposed expansion should not change the character or nature oI the subject site in a way
that would change its impact to surrounding properties.

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

The existing utility installation continues to meet all minimum City standards and remains
a permissible use in the SC (Service Commercial) land use designation. The proposed
expansion will not change the existing use on site.

3. Site access and circulation do not negatively impact adjacent roadways or
neighborhood traffic;
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The site is accessed Irom Ernest May Lane, which is classiIied by the City oI Las Vegas
Master Plan oI Streets and Highways, as a 60-Ioot Collector Road and will easily carry the
minimal amount oI traIIic this proposed development will generate.

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

The proposed building will be Iinished to match the existing exterior Iinish oI the existing
building on the site. The submitted elevations show the structure will be primarily
comprised oI peach and charcoal CMU block with metal accents on the rooI trim. The
project design and style are appropriate Ior the subject location and will retain the existing
perimeter landscaping.

5. Building elevations, design characteristics and other architectural and aesthetic
features are not unsightly, undesirable, or obnoxious in appearance; create an
orderly and aesthetically pleasing environment; and are harmonious and compatible
with development in the area;

The design consists oI buildings with a concrete block exterior with no windows or
architectural embellishments, which is typical Ior a utility building. The design
characteristics oI the proposed building elevations are not unsightly and are compatible
with development in the area. The applicant is seeking to expand the existing utility
installation use building that was built in 2007. The proposed materials will aesthetically
match the existing structure on the site.

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

The proposed utility installation will be subject to inspections in order to protect the public
health, saIety and general welIare by City staII.



NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 25


NOTICES MAILED 307


APPROVALS 0


PROTESTS 0
04/24/14
PRJ-53620
SDR-53862
C-1 C-1
New; 15,368 Exist; 4,300 N/A
N/A
- -
04/24/14
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PRJ-53620
SDR-53862


Agenda tem No.: 18.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
MSP-53766 - MASTER SIGN PLAN - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
SHADOW MOUNTAIN MARKETPLACE, LLC - Request Ior an amendment to a previously
approved Master Sign Plan (MSP-8346) TO ADD ONE FREESANDING SIGN AND ONE
MONUMENT SIGN TO THE INTERIOR OF A SHOPPING CENTER on 35 acres at 6415
North Decatur Boulevard (APN 125-24-811-003), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 6
(Ross) |PRJ-53623|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 7/16/2014
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:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and StaII Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photos
5. JustiIication Letter

MSP-53766 PR1-53623]
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AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: SHADOW MOUNTAIN
MARKETPLACE, LLC


`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
AUMBER
RECOMMEADA1IOA
REQUIRED FOR
APPROJAL
MSP-53766 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:


`` CONDITIONS ``



MSF-537 CONDIIIONS


Planning

1. ConIormance to the Conditions oI Approval Ior Master Sign Plan (MSP-8346) shall be
required, except as amended herein.

2. ConIormance to the sign elevations and documentation submitted in conjunction with this
request, date stamped 04/21/14.

3. All signage shall have proper permits obtained through the Building and SaIety Department.

4. Any Iuture sign proposals or modiIications that meet Title 19 requirements may be
approved administratively by the Department oI Planning.

MSP-53766 PR1-53623]
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`` STAFF REPORT ``


PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant is requesting to amend the approved Master Sign Plan (MSP-8346) to add one
Ireestanding and one monument sign to the interior oI an existing shopping center at 6475 North
Decatur Boulevard. As the signs are interior, meet all code requirements and are compatible
with the development, staII recommends approval. II denied, no additional signage will be
permitted.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
11/03/2004
The City Council approved a Site Development Review (SDR-5050) Ior a
365,700 square-Ioot shopping center at the northwest corner oI Centennial
Parkway and Decatur Boulevard. Planning Commission recommended
approval.
09/08/05
The Planning Commission approved a Master Sign Plan (MSP-8346) Ior a
365,700 square-Ioot shopping center at the northwest corner oI Centennial
Parkway and Decatur Boulevard. StaII recommended approval.


Most Recent Change of Ownership
01/14/05 A deed was recorded Ior a change in ownership.


Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
There are no related permits on Iile.


Pre-Application Meeting
04/08/14
StaII met with the applicant and reviewed the requirements to amend a Master
Sign Plan. StaII noted that a condition would be added to this case that will
allow Iuture amendments to be administratively processed iI they meet all
code requirements.


Aeighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting was not required, nor was one held.
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Field Check
05/01/14
StaII visited the site and Iound a Iully developed shopping center. The
proposed locations Ior the two new signs could not be seen Irom the right-oI-
way and are thereIore interior signs.


Details of Application Request
Site Area
Net Acres 35.0


Surrounding
Property
Existing Land Use
Per 1itle 19.12
Planned or Special
Land Use Designation
Existing Zoning District
Subject Property Shopping Center
SC (Service
Commercial)
C-1 (Limited
Commercial)
PF (Public Facilities), M
(Medium Density
Residential)
C-V (Civic)
North Undeveloped
ML (Medium Low
Density Residential)
R-E (Residence Estate)
South
Right-oI-Way (CC
215)
Right-oI-Way (CC 215) Right-oI-Way (CC 215)
East
City oI North Las
Vegas-
Shopping Center
City oI North Las
Vegas-
Commercial
City oI North Las Vegas
C-2 (General
Commercial)
Single Family,
Detached
R-1 (Single Family
Residential)
West
Undeveloped
ML (Medium Low
Density Residential)
R-E (Residence Estates)


Master Plan Areas Yes Ao Compliance
Master Plan Area X N/A
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Yes Ao Compliance
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts X N/A
Trails X N/A
Rural Preservation Overlay District X N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area X N/A
Development Impact NotiIication Assessment X N/A
Project oI Regional SigniIicance X N/A
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DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Street Aame
Functional
Classification of
Street(s)
Coverning Document
Actual
Street Width
(Feet)
Compliance
with Street
Section
Decatur Boulevard Parkway Arterial
Planned Streets and
Highways Map
120 Y
215 Right-oI-Way N/A N/A N/A N/A
Rome Boulevard
Minor Collector
Street
Planned Streets and
Highways Map
60 Y
Tom Boulevard
Minor Collector
Street
Planned Streets and
Highways Map
60 Y


Freestanding Signs: Title 19.08.070
Standards Allowed Provided
Maximum Number
1 / 200 Feet oI Street Frontage
24 total
1/ 200 Feet oI Street Frontage
12 total
Maximum Area 50 SF 48 SF
Maximum Height 40 Feet 15 Feet
Minimum Setback 5 Feet 120 Feet
Illumination Direct/Internal Internal


Monument Signs: Title 19.08.070
Standards Allowed Provided
Maximum Number
1 / 200 Feet oI Street Frontage
24 total
1 / 200 Feet oI Street Frontage
12 total
Maximum Area 75 SF /sign 30 SF
Maximum Height 10 Feet 7 Feet
Minimum Setback 5 Feet 355 Feet
Illumination Direct/Internal Internal


ANALYSIS

The applicant is requesting to add two internal signs to an existing shopping center. The
shopping center is permitted by code Ior a C-1 (Limited Commercial) zoned property to have a
total combination oI 24 Ireestanding and monument signs. The center currently has 12 signs
(Ireestanding and monument) and the addition oI the requested two sings will be well within the
total allowed Ior the center. Although the signs are considered Ireestanding and monument
under Title 19.08.120, both will be internal to the shopping center and will not be visible Irom
the rights-oI-way.
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The Ireestanding sign will be located in the southeast portion oI the shopping center. It will be
an archway sign between buildings labeled shops 'I and shops '3 on the sign plan date
stamped 04/21/14. There will be two rows oI lettering in an arch connected by two 14-Ioot tall,
one-Ioot, six-inch round aluminum poles. The signs lettering will be internally illuminated with
luxembright white 9000k L.E.D. lights.

The monument sign will be located near the middle oI the shopping center where the two
primary drive aisles bisect. The seven-Ioot tall sign has an aluminum cabinet supported by
columns with a Dura-rock Iaade. The sign is internal illuminated.

FINDINGS - MA1OR AMENDMENT TO MASTER SIGN PLAN (MSP-8346)

The changes proposed by this amendment would be compatible with the signs already approved
through the Master Sign Plan. The signs are interior to the project and will not be seen Irom the
right-oI-way and met all code requirements. StaII, thereIore, recommends approval oI the major
amendment with conditions.



NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 26


NOTICES MAILED 465


APPROVALS 0


PROTESTS 0

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04/21/14
PRJ-53623
MSP-53766


Agenda tem No.: 19.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
VAC-53843 - VACATION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: NINETY FIVE
MANAGEMENT, LLC - OWNER: K A G DEVELOPMENT SOUTH, LLC - For possible
action on a request Ior a Petition to Vacate Bureau oI Land Management Right-oI-Way Grant
Easement generally located north oI the northern alignment oI Grand Teton Drive between
Hualapai Way and Grand Canyon Drive, TD (Traditional Development), Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-
53782|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

C.C.: 7/16/2014

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:
Planning Commission Mtg. 0 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and StaII Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photos
5. JustiIication Letter

VAC-53843 PR1-53782]
MR

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: NINETY FIVE MANAGEMENT, LLC - OWNER: K
A G DEVELOPMENT SOUTH, LLC


`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
AUMBER
RECOMMEADA1IOA
REQUIRED FOR
APPROJAL
VAC-53843 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:


N/A


`` CONDITIONS ``


VAC-53843 CONDIIIONS


1. The limits oI this Petition oI Vacation shall be the northerly 105-Ieet oI a 150-Ieet
wide Bureau oI Land Management (BLM) grant easement (N-55785) generally
located on the north side oI Grand Teton Drive between Hualapai Way and Grand
Teton drive.

2. Prior to the recordation oI the Order oI Vacation, contact the City Engineer`s OIIice
at 229-6272 to coordinate the Vacation limits with the 'Centennial Parkway channel
west/Grand Teton branch, Hualapai to Tee Pee project and any other public
improvement projects adjacent to this site. Comply with the recommendations oI the
City Engineer.

3. A Drainage Plan and Technical Drainage Study must be submitted to and approved
by the Department oI Public Works prior to the recordation oI the Order oI Vacation
Ior this application. Appropriate drainage easements shall be reserved iI
recommended by the approved Drainage Plan/Study. The drainage study required
by TMP-53058 may be used to satisIy this requirement provided that it addresses the
area to be vacated.
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4. All public improvements, iI any, adjacent to and in conIlict with this vacation
application are to be modiIied, as necessary, at the applicant's expense prior to the
recordation oI an Order oI Vacation.

5. The Order oI Relinquishment oI Interest shall not be recorded until all oI the
conditions oI approval have been met provided, however, the conditions requiring
modiIication oI public improvements may be IulIilled Ior purposes oI recordation by
providing suIIicient security Ior the perIormance thereoI in accordance with the
Subdivision Ordinance oI the City oI Las Vegas. City StaII is empowered to modiIy
this application iI necessary because oI technical concerns or because oI other
related review actions as long as current City right-oI-way requirements are still
complied with and the intent oI the vacation application is not changed. II
applicable, a Iive Ioot wide easement Ior public streetlight and Iire hydrant purposes
shall be retained on all vacation actions abutting public street corridors that will
remain dedicated and available Ior public use. Also, iI applicable and where needed,
public easement corridors and sight visibility or other easements that would/should
cross any right-oI-way being vacated must be retained.

6. II the Order oI Vacation is not recorded within one (1) year aIter approval by the
City oI Las Vegas or an Extension oI Time is not granted by the Planning Director,
then approval will terminate and a new petition must be submitted.

VAC-53843 PR1-53782]
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Staff Report Page One
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`` STAFF REPORT ``


PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION

This petition is a request to vacate Bureau oI Land Management (BLM) right-oI-way grant
easements generally located north oI the northern alignment oI Grand Teton Drive between
Hualapai Way and Grand Canyon Drive. This Vacation is required Ior Tentative Maps (TMP-
53908 and TMP-53911) to be recorded, as land with a BLM right-oI-way grant easement cannot
be subdivided. The right-oI-way grant easements will be relocated and reconIigured with the
recordation oI the Skye Canyon Phase I Final Map and Iinal maps Ior Tentative Maps (TMP-
53908 and TMP-53911). As the existing right-oI-way grand easements are no longer needed in
the current conIiguration and the required right-oI-way and utility easements will be dedicated
with the recordation oI the Iinal maps Ior these subdivision, staII recommends approval oI this
request with conditions; however, iI denied, the easements will remain as currently mapped.


ISSUES

The proposed Vacation is required to recorded prior to or currently to proposed Tentative
Maps (TMP-53908 and TMP-53911) Ior two single Iamily subdivisions.
The proposed Vacation is consistent with the approved Parent Tentative Map (TMP-53058)
and subsequent Skye Canyon Phase I Final Map (FMP-53700).


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
05/19/04
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-4044) request to
amend a portion oI Map 10 oI the Centennial Hills Sector oI the to realign power
line corridors within the CliII`s Edge Master Development Plan area. The
realignment placed power lines on the north side oI Grand Teton Drive, within
the Kyle Canyon area and within the overall subject parcel. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.
12/01/04
The City Council approved a request to amend the Master Plan Recreation
and Transportation Trail Elements (GPA-5157) to re-designate portions oI
proposed alignments in developed areas as pedestrian paths. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.

01/05/05
The City Council approved a request to adopt the Northwest Open Space Plan
(DIR-5543) Ior property generally located north oI Cheyenne Avenue, west oI
Decatur Boulevard, and east oI Puli Road. The Planning Commission and
staII recommended approval.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
01/18/06
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-9167) request
to amend a portion oI the Centennial Hills Sector Plan oI the Master Plan
Irom SC (Service Commercial), PCD (Planned Community Development)
and PF (Public Facilities), to TND (Traditional Neighborhood Development)
on 1,712 acres generally located north oI Grand Teton Drive, between Puli
Road and Fort Apache Road. The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.
06/07/06
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-12339) request
to amend Map 11 oI the Centennial Hills Sector Plan to allow the relocation oI
an approved Electric Utility Substation Irom the northeast corner oI Hualapai
Way and Grand Teton Drive to a site north and west oI the approved location;
and Ior the addition oI transmission lines related to the proposed relocation oI
the proposed substation. The Planning Commission and staII recommended
approval.
07/19/06
The City Council approved a Site Development Plan Review (SDR-13535)
and Special Use Permit (SUP-13536) request to allow the relocation oI an
approved Electric Utility Substation Irom the northeast corner oI Hualapai
Way and Grand Teton Drive to a site north and west oI the approved location.
The Planning Commission and staII recommended approval. These
entitlements have expired.
The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-20543) request Irom R-E
(Residence Estates) and U (Undeveloped) TND |General Plan designation| to
TD (Traditional Development). The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.
05/16/07
The City Council approved a Development Agreement (DIR-21605) to adopt
the Kyle Canyon Development Standards and Design Guidelines and the
Development Agreement Ior the Kyle Canyon Master Plan area. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.
07/18/07
The City Council approved a Review oI Condition (ROC-22954) request to
remove all Conditions oI Approval Irom a Rezoning (ZON-20543). This
Rezoning action approved the Kyle Canyon Development Standards and
Design Guidelines. StaII recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Major ModiIication (MOD-22589) request to
amend the Kyle Canyon Development Standards and Design Guidelines to
realign a major roadway and clariIy street cross sections within the plan area.
Planning Commission and staII recommended approval. 08/15/07
The City Council approved Tentative Map (TMP-22586) request Ior a Parent
Tentative Map Ior the Kyle Canyon Master Plan area was approved. The
Planning Commission and staII recommended approval. This map is expired.
09/11/07
The applicant Iiled a Final Map (FMP-24541) technical review Ior a Parent
Final Map Ior the Kyle Canyon Master Plan area. This map expired.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-20469) request
to change the land use designation Irom PCD (Planned Community
Development) and SC (Service Commercial) to TND (Traditional
Neighborhood Development). The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-22351) request to change the
zoning Irom U (Undeveloped) |PCD (Planned Community Development)
General Plan designation|, C-1 (Limited Commercial), and C-2 (General
Commercial) to T-D (Traditional Development) at the southeast corner oI Oso
Blanca Road and the Hualapai Way alignment. The Planning Commission
and staII recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-20475) request to add 51.38
acres to the G-O (Gaming Enterprise Overlay) District at the southeast corner
oI Oso Blanca Road and the Hualapai Way alignment. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.

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The City Council approved a Special Use Permit (SUP-20478) request to
allow a non-restricted gaming Iacility at the southeast corner oI Oso Blanca
Road and the Hualapai Way alignment. The Planning Commission and staII
recommended approval. This entitlement has expired.
12/20/07
The Planning Commission approved a Tentative Map (TMP-25492) request
Ior a Parent Tentative Map Ior a 105-lot mixed-use subdivision on 1,711.97
acres at the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII
recommended approval oI the request. This map expired.
02/06/08
The City Council approved a Master Plan oI Streets and Highways (MSH-
25695) and a Major ModiIication (MOD-25875) to the Kyle Canyon
Development Standards and Design Guidelines to update the appropriate
street names and roadway alignments proposed as a part oI this Tentative Map
application. The Planning Commission and staII recommended approval.
02/20/08
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-25383)
requested to modiIy Map Number 7 oI the Centennial Hills Sector Plan to
remove the alignments oI a proposed Multi-Use Non-Equestrian Trail along
the Hualapai Way alignment between Grand Teton Drive and Kyle Canyon
Road and along Log Cabin Way between Fort Apache Road and a point
approximately 4,080 Ieet in a westerly direction. The Planning Commission
and staII recommended approval.
The City Council approved an Extension oI Time (EOT-28126) requested Ior
a Site Development Plan (SDR-13535) Ior a proposed Electric Utility
Substation on 4.09 acres approximately 560 Ieet west oI Hualapai Way and
890 Ieet north oI Grand Teton Drive. StaII recommended approval.
07/02/08
The City Council approved an Extension oI Time (EOT-28126) requested Ior
a Special Use Permit (SUP-13535) Ior a proposed Electric Utility Substation
on 4.09 acres approximately 560 Ieet west oI Hualapai Way and 890 Ieet
north oI Grand Teton Drive. StaII recommended approval.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
08/06/08
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-28767) oI the
Development Agreement between the city oI Las Vegas and the Kyle
Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally located at
the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII
recommended approval.
12/03/08
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-29916) oI the
Development Agreement between the city oI Las Vegas and the Kyle
Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally located at
the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII
recommended approval.
08/05/09
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-34955) oI the
Development Agreement dated 08/08/07 between the city oI Las Vegas and
the Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally
located at the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road.
StaII recommended approval.
08/17/11
The City Council approved a Required Review (DIR-42369) oI the
Development Agreement dated 08/08/07 between the city oI Las Vegas and
the Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC on approximately 1,712 acres generally
located at the southwest corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road.
StaII recommended approval.
11/16/11
The City Council approved an amendment to the Kyle Canyon Development
Agreement (DIR-42266) on approximately 1,662 acres at the southwest
corner oI Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. StaII recommended
approval.
04/08/14
The Planning Commission approved a Parent Tentative Map (TMP-53058)
Ior a 45-lot subdivision Ior on 1,661.8 acres approximately 1,800 Ieet north or
Horse Drive on the west side oI Oso Blanca Road. StaII recommended
approval.
04/15/14
A Parent Final Map (FMP-53700) Ior Sky Canyon Phase I was submitted Ior,
Iour builder parcels on 163.65 acres. The Final Map has not been recorded.


Most Recent Change of Ownership
11/07/13 A deed was recorded Ior a change in ownership.


Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
08/22/07
A Civil Improvement Plan (#24191) was applied Ior the repair oI conduit
under the sidewalk. The permit was Iinalized on 02/17/10.
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Pre-Application Meeting
04/21/14
A pre-application meeting was held with the applicant`s designated
representative to discuss the submittal requirements to Vacate right-oI-way
easements.


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


Field Check
02/27/14
A Iield check was conducted. The subject property consists oI a halI-street
improvement along Grand Teton Drive.


Master Plan Areas Compliance
Kyle Canyon Master Plan Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
T-D (Traditional Development) District Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails Y
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Project oI SigniIicant Impact (Development Impact NotiIication Assessment) N/A
Project oI Regional SigniIicance N/A


LEGAL DESCRIPTION

The subject property is legally described as the Iollowing:

Being all oI that 150.00-Ioot wide BLM right-oI-way grant to the City OI Las Vegas described in
Case File N-55785, recorded November 20, 1998 in the Book 981120 oI OIIicial Records, as
Instrument No. 01497 in the Clark County Recorder's OIIice, Nevada, lying within government
Lots 20 and 21, Section 7 Township 19 South, Range 60 East, M.D.M., City OI Las Vegas,
Clark County, Nevada. Excepting thereIrom the south 45.00 Ieet thereoI.


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ANALYSIS

This Vacation will remove the existing Bureau oI Land Management (BLM) right-oI-way grant
easements in its current conIiguration. The recordation oI the Skye Canyon Phase I Final Map
(FMP-53700) along with the Final Maps Ior Skye Canyon Parcel 1.3 and Skye Canyon Parcel
1.4 (TMP-53908 and TMP-53911) will provide the required right-oI-way along Grand Teton
Drive. Additionally, portions oI the right-oI-way grant easements are parallel to the southern
boundary oI the proposed Skye Canyon Parcel 1.3 and 1.4 subdivisions and must be recorded
prior to or concurrently to recordation oI the Iinal maps Ior these subdivisions.

Public Works does not have any objections to this Vacation request to relinquish the City`s interests
in a Bureau oI Land Management (BLM) right-oI-way grant easement generally located on the
north side oI Grand Teton Drive between Hualapai Way and Grand Canyon Drive. This Vacation
request has been sent to all the utilities; however, as no right-oI-way is proposed to be vacated, and
thus no Iranchise rights are involved, it is not necessary to wait Ior responses Irom any oI the public
utilities or other parties interested in preserving a right in this patent easement. 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 aIIected by the City relinquishing its interest.


FINDINGS (VAC-53782)

The exiting BLM right-oI-way grant easement is in conIlict with proposed development and said
right-oI-way grant easement is not needed in the current conIiguration. The required right-oI-way
will be dedicated with the recordation oI the Skye Canyon Phase I Final Map (FMP-53700) and
successive Iinal maps; staII recommends approval oI the requested Petition to Vacate.



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AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
VAC-53898 - VACATION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: D R HORTON,
INC. - For possible action on a request Ior a Petition to Vacate a portion oI a 10-Ioot wide City
oI Las Vegas Equestrian Trail Easement generally located at the northeast corner oI Grand Teton
Drive and Tee Pee Lane, Ward 6 (Ross) |PRJ-53810|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

C.C.: 7/16/2014

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:
Planning Commission Mtg. 0 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and StaII Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photos
5. JustiIication Letter

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AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: D R HORTON, INC.



`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
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APPROJAL
VAC-53898 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:



`` CONDITIONS ``



VAC-5388 CONDIIIONS


1. The limits oI this Petition oI Vacation shall be deIined as a portion oI the Equestrian Trail
Easement granted within Common Lot 'D by 'Grand Teton and Tee Pee Final Map,
Book 146, Page 10.

2. This Petition oI Vacation shall record immediately prior to the recordation oI the amended
map oI Grand Teton Tee Pee (FMP-53590). Alternatively, FMP-53590 must show all
easements that exist at the time oI recordation.

3. All public improvements, iI any, adjacent to and in conIlict with this vacation application
are to be modiIied, as necessary, at the applicant's expense prior to the recordation oI an
Order oI Vacation.

4. All development shall be in conIormance with code requirements and design standards oI all
City Departments, including the requirements oI LVMC Title 19.06.040(F)(10) regarding
above ground utility installations adjacent to trail corridors.
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5. The Order oI Vacation shall not be recorded until all oI the conditions oI approval have been
met provided, however, that conditions requiring modiIication oI public improvements may
be IulIilled Ior purposes oI recordation by providing suIIicient security Ior the perIormance
thereoI in accordance with the Subdivision Ordinance oI the City oI Las Vegas. City StaII
is empowered to modiIy this application iI necessary because oI technical concerns or
because oI other related review actions as long as current City right oI way requirements are
still complied with and the intent oI the vacation application is not changed. II applicable, a
Iive-Ioot wide easement Ior public streetlight and Iire hydrant purposes shall be retained on
all vacation actions abutting public street corridors that will remain dedicated and available
Ior public use. Also, iI applicable and where needed, public easement corridors and sight
visibility or other easements that would/should cross any right-oI-way or easement being
vacated must be retained.

6. II the Order oI Vacation is not recorded within one (1) year aIter approval by the City oI Las
Vegas or an Extension oI Time is not granted by the Planning Director, then approval will
terminate and a new petition must be submitted.

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`` STAFF REPORT ``


PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION

Following recordation oI a Iinal subdivision map Ior a single-Iamily residential development
currently under construction at the northeast corner oI Grand Teton Drive and Tee Pee Lane, the
applicant discovered that the dedicated easement Ior a 10-Ioot public equestrian trail path
planned along the north side oI Grand Teton Drive would come in conIlict with a large above-
ground electrical switch gear installation, as well as a planned memorial monument at the corner.
The applicant is now requesting to shiIt the trail easement northward approximately 12 Ieet to
accommodate the utility and memorial, requiring vacation oI the public trail easement dedicated
with the subdivision map.

As the new trail section would remain in conIormance with the Las Vegas 2020 Master Plan and
the existing easement would be in conIlict with the above-ground electrical utility installation,
staII recommends approval, subject to conditions. II denied, the equestrian trail could not be
constructed to the same standards and location as currently approved.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc.
The City Council approved a Major ModiIication (MOD-46292) to amend the
special land use designation oI the subject property Irom EC-TC
(Employment Center Mixed Use Town Center) to ML-TC (Medium-Low
Residential Town Center) as part oI a larger request. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval.
10/17/12 The City Council approved a Site Development Plan Review (SDR-46293)
Ior a proposed 183-lot single-Iamily residential development with a waiver oI
Town Center Residential Street Standards and encroachment into public
rights-oI-way on 31.80 acres at the northeast corner oI Grand Teton Drive and
Tee Pee Lane. The Planning Commission recommended approval; staII
recommended denial.
11/13/12
The Planning Commission approved a Tentative Map (TMP-47013) Ior a
183-lot single-Iamily residential subdivision on 31.82 acres at the northeast
corner oI Grand Teton Drive and Tee Pee Lane.
11/14/13
A Final Map (FMP-48743) Ior a 183-lot single-Iamily residential subdivision
on 31.82 acres at the northeast corner oI Grand Teton Drive and Tee Pee Lane
was recorded.
04/22/14
StaII approved the Technical Review oI an amended Final Map (FMP-53590)
Ior a portion oI the Grand Teton and Tee Pee Subdivision. This map has not
yet been recorded.
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Most Recent Change of Ownership
11/21/12 A deed was recorded Ior a change in ownership.


Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
08/07/13
Civil improvement plans (48480 - Drawing #107Y4986) were approved Ior
the Grand Teton and Tee Pee Subdivision located at the northeast corner oI
Grand Teton Drive and Tee Pee Lane. Revisions (51856) were approved
01/02/14.
04/07/14
Revisions (53616) to the approved civil improvement plans were submitted to
move a streetlight and to accommodate an NV Energy above-ground switch
gear box. The plans have not received Iinal approval.


Pre-Application Meeting
04/22/14
Submittal requirements Ior a Vacation petition were sent to the applicant via
e-mail. At this time staII urged the applicant to record both the Order oI
Vacation and the amended Iinal map at the same time to avoid delays.


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


Field Check
05/01/14
The base oI the NV Energy utility pad is in place, and onsite improvements
Ior the subdivision are in progress.


Master Plan Areas Compliance
Town Center Master Plan Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
T-C (Town Center) District Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails (Equestrian) Y
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Project oI SigniIicant Impact (Development Impact NotiIication Assessment) N/A
Project oI Regional SigniIicance N/A

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LEGAL DESCRIPTION

The subject property to be vacated is generally described as Iollows:

A 10-Ioot wide City oI Las Vegas equestrian trail easement as dedicated on a portion oI
Common Lot D` oI 'Grand Teton and Tee Pee as shown by map thereoI in Book 146 Page 10
oI Plats on Iile in OIIice oI the County Recorder, Clark County, Nevada, lying within the
Southwest Quarter (SW/) oI the Southwest Quarter (SW/) oI the Southwest Quarter (SW/) oI
the Southeast Quarter (SE/) oI the Southeast Quarter (SE/) oI Section 7, Township 19 South,
Range 60 East, M.D.M., in the county oI Clark, Nevada.


ANALYSIS

This petition is a clean-up measure to remove the existing trail easement, as above-ground utility
installations greater than 27 cubic Ieet may not be located within a trail corridor. An amended
Iinal map showing the new location oI the easement has already been submitted Ior staII review.
Although staII recommends that the map and the Order oI Vacation vacating the unused portions
oI the trail easement be recorded concurrently to avoid delays, the map is not dependent on
recordation oI the Order oI Vacation and may be recorded separately. In that instance, the map
must show all oI the easements in existence at the time oI recordation.

The developer must ensure the trail easement will not be obstructed by the utility or any
screening vegetation. The Town Center Development Standards are silent on this issue and deIer
to Title 19.06.040(F)(10), which states that all utility boxes to be placed immediately adjacent to
a trail corridor shall be placed so that the access doors open parallel to the trail corridor and are
accessible without the need to cut down or reduce the eIIectiveness oI the landscaping within the
trail area. Adjacent landscaping must include tall grasses and/or shrubbery which, at maturity,
will provide adequate screening oI the utility structures. The standard condition requiring
conIormance to all city code requirements has been modiIied to more speciIically address this
issue.

The Department oI Public Works notes that this Vacation application proposes to vacate a
portion oI an existing equestrian easement to accommodate a proposed NV Energy switch box.
As no right-oI-way is proposed to be vacated, and thus no Iranchise rights are involved, it is not
necessary to send this VAC request to the utility companies and Iranchise holders, nor wait Ior
their responses.
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FINDINGS (VAC-53898)

The easement proposed by the amended Iinal map Ior Grand Teton and Tee Pee corresponds to
the speciIications Ior the equestrian trail cross section required by the Trails Element oI the Las
Vegas 2020 Master Plan. The slight northward shiIt oI the trail easement does not signiIicantly
alter the approved trail alignment or require a General Plan Amendment. The petition to vacate
would eliminate the conIlict between the easement and the current location oI the NV Energy
switch gear pad. StaII thereIore recommends approval, subject to conditions.



NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 38


NOTICES MAILED 1


APPROVALS 0


PROTESTS 0

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Agenda tem No.: 21.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
VAC-54050 - VACATION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS
VEGAS - For possible action on a request Ior a Petition to Vacate public right-oI-way (Leon
Avenue) north oI Iron Mountain Road, Ward 6 (Ross). StaII recommends APPROVAL.

C.C.: 7/16/2014

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:
Planning Commission Mtg. 0 Planning Commission Mtg. 0
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and StaII Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photos
5. JustiIication Letter





VAC-54050
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AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS



`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
AUMBER
RECOMMEADA1IOA
REQUIRED FOR
APPROJAL
VAC-54050 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

N/A



`` CONDITIONS ``


VAC-54050 CONDIIIONS


1. The limits oI this Petition oI Vacation shall be described as the entire right-oI-way oI
Leon Avenue, north oI Iron Mountain Road. The Order oI Vacation may record in
Phases.

2. Prior to the recordation oI the Order oI Vacation, provide a plan signed and sealed
by a proIessional Land Surveyor that meets all state requirements Ior re-allocating
vacated rights-oI-way. This plan must show how the vacated right-oI-way will be
incorporated into the adjacent properties and be approved by the Department oI
Public Works; said plan shall be made a part oI and recorded with the Order oI
Vacation and be approved by both adjacent property owners. Appropriate amended
Final Maps oI the adjacent subdivision(s) shall be recorded concurrent with the
recordation oI the Order oI Vacation.

3. Upon recordation oI the Petition oI Vacation, all streetlights shall be removed and
returned to the City oI Las Vegas at the expense oI the developer oI the subdivision
on the east side oI Leon Avenue. Alternatively, the streetlights may remain iI they
are disconnected Irom the City`s power lines and reconnected to an adjacent
subdivision`s power system; all costs Ior such reconnection and continued
maintenance oI the streetlights shall be the sole responsibility oI the private
subdivision(s) involved.
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4. An update to the previously approved Drainage Plan and Technical Drainage Study
Ior the Richmond American subdivision must be submitted to and approved by the
Department oI Public Works prior to the recordation oI the Order oI Vacation Ior
this application. Appropriate drainage easements shall be reserved iI recommended
by the approved Drainage Plan/Study Update. Such public drainage easement may
be publically maintained.

5. All public improvements adjacent to and in conIlict with this vacation application
are to be modiIied, as necessary, at the expense oI the developer oI the subdivision
on the east side oI Leon Avenue prior to the recordation oI an Order oI Vacation. In
addition, a vehicular gate shall be constructed across the portion oI the right-oI-way
not vacated with Phase 1, iI any, at the expense oI the developer to the east. Portions
oI the right-oI-way remaining public due to the phased nature oI the Vacation shall
continue to be maintained publically, including the vehicular gate. Additional
easements may be required Ior the gate across privately held landscape buIIers and
shall be granted prior to recordation oI the Petition oI Vacation.

6. The Order oI Vacation shall not be recorded until all oI the conditions oI approval
have been met provided, however, that conditions requiring modiIication oI public
improvements may be IulIilled Ior purposes oI recordation by providing suIIicient
security Ior the perIormance thereoI in accordance with the Subdivision Ordinance
oI the City oI Las Vegas. City StaII is empowered to modiIy this application iI
necessary because oI technical concerns or because oI other related review actions as
long as current City right-oI-way requirements are still complied with and the intent
oI the vacation application is not changed. II applicable, a Iive Ioot wide easement
Ior public streetlight and Iire hydrant purposes shall be retained on all vacation
actions abutting public street corridors that will remain dedicated and available Ior
public use. Also, iI applicable and where needed, public easement corridors and
sight visibility or other easements that would/should cross any right-oI-way or
easement being vacated must be retained.

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`` STAFF REPORT ``



PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION

The city oI Las Vegas is proposing to vacate Leon Avenue north oI Iron Mountain Road. All
adjacent development has been or will be constructed with no automotive access to Leon
Avenue. Thereby creating a street to nowhere or an 'orphan street, which serves no public
purpose. Furthermore, 'orphan streets precipitate nuisance activities that would be detrimental
to both adjacent communities, as well as it will generate a cost to the City Ior maintenance oI
improvements that serve no public purpose. For these reasons, staII recommends approval with
conditions. II denied, the right-oI-way will remain dedicated Ior public use and maintenance.


ISSUES

No access will be provided to Leon Avenue Irom the surrounding developments, thereby
creating a street to nowhere.
As the Leon Avenue, north oI Iron Mountain road serves no public purpose the right-oI-way
should be vacated to eliminate potential negative impacts on adjacent properties, as well as
the Iinancial cost oI maintenance to the City.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
01/30/04
The Final Map (FMP-2492) oI Iron Mountain / Jones Unit 2 recorded on a
9.49 acre parcel located west oI Leon Avenue. (Book 115, Page 12)
04/09/04
The Final Map (FMP-3148) oI Iron Mountain / Jones Unit 3 recoded on a
7.59 acre parcel located west oI Leon Avenue. (Book 116, Page 34)
03/07/14
The Final Map (FMP-51383) oI Iron Mountain / Bradley recorded on an
11.43 acre parcel located east oI Leon Avenue. (Book 146, Page 61)


Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
07/21/03
Civil improvement plans (107y4757-2) Ior the Iron Mountain / Jones Unit 2
subdivision that included the construction oI halI street improvements on
Leon Avenue were issued.
01/30/14
Civil improvement plans (107y4990) Ior the Iron Mountain / Bradley
subdivision that included the construction oI halI street improvements on
Leon Avenue were issued.
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Meeting History
04/01/14
An inIormal meeting was held between the Carmel Canyon Home Owner`s
Association (HOA), Richmond American Homes and the city oI Las Vegas.
Issues pertaining to 'orphan streets` were discussed, as well as potential
design solutions.

Pre-Application Meeting
This is a City initiated application and no Iormal pre-application conIerence was held.


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


Field Check
05/12/14
A Iield check was conducted on the subject right-oI-way. Leon Avenue has
been complete halI street improvements install along the western alignment oI
the roadway, including the majority oI the cul-de-sac terminus. No curb,
gutter or sidewalk exists on the eastern alignment oI the right-oI-way.


Master Plan Areas Compliance
No Applicable Master Plan Area N/A
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
No Applicable Special Purpose or Overlay Districts N/A
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Project oI SigniIicant Impact (Development Impact NotiIication Assessment) N/A
Project oI Regional SigniIicance N/A


LEGAL DESCRIPTION

The subject property is legally described as the Iollowing:

The Iull width oI that certain street named Leon Avenue, located north oI Iron Mountain Road,
including the terminating cul-de-sac bulb and associated spandrel areas, bound on the south by
the extension oI the north right-oI-way line oI Iron Mountain Road.

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ANALYSIS

The vacated public right-oI-way would be incorporated into the adjacent development owner`s
respective subdivision, so as not to leave a 'no-man`s land between them. Thereby alleviating
the negative impacts associated with a public right-oI-way that serves no public purpose. As
such, staII supports this application and recommends approval with conditions.
The Department oI Public Works presents the Iollowing inIormation concerning this request to
vacate certain public street ROW:

A. Does this vacation request result in uniform or non-uniform right-of-way widths?
N/A as it is to completely vacate a street which has no public purpose.

B. From a traffic handling viewpoint will this vacation request result in a reduced
traffic handling capability? No, since Leon Avenue serves no access to any lot.

C. Does it appear that the vacation request involves only excess right-of-way? It is to
eliminate an unusea street which has no public purpose.

D. Does this vacation request coincide with development plans of the adjacent
parcels? At the request of the City, Richmona American Homes, has expressea
willingness to remap their subaivision ana incorporating the vacatea right-of-way
into their aevelopment.

E. Does this vacation request eliminate public street access to any abutting parcel?
No.

F. Does this vacation request result in a conflict with any existing City requirements?
No.

G. Does the Department of Public Works have an objection to this vacation request?
No.



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Agenda tem No.: 22.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
ABEYANCE - MOD-53701 - MAJOR MODIFICATION - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: QUEENSRIDGE TOWERS, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior
a Major ModiIication oI the Queensridge Towers Development Standards dated May 20, 2004
TO AMEND DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS REGARDING LAND USE, BUILDING
SETBACKS AND STEPBACKS, BUILDING HEIGHT AND PARKING on 20.10 acres on the
south side oI Alta Drive, approximately 410 Ieet west oI Rampart Boulevard (APNs 138-32-213-
000, a portion oI 138-32-210-005 and a portion oI 138-31-713-002), PD (Planned Development)
Zone, Ward 2 (Beers) |PRJ-51869|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

C.C.: 7/16/2014

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:
Planning Commission Mtg. 56 Planning Commission Mtg. 6
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and StaII Report - MOD-53701, VAR-53502 and SDR-53503 |PRJ-51869|
3. Supporting Documentation - MOD-53701, VAR-53502 and SDR-53503 |PRJ-51869|
4. Photos - MOD-53701, VAR-53502 and SDR-53503 |PRJ-51869|
5. JustiIication Letter - MOD-53701, VAR-53502 and SDR-53503 |PRJ-51869|
6. Queensridge Towers Development Standards - MOD-53701, VAR-53502 and SDR-53503
|PRJ-51869|
7. Protest and Support Postcards/Letters
8. E Comments in Opposition

MOD-53701, VAR-53502 & SDR-53503 PR1-51869]
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AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: QUEENSRIDGE TOWERS, LLC


`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
AUMBER
RECOMMEADA1IOA
REQUIRED FOR
APPROJAL
MOD-53701 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:
VAR-53502 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions: MOD-53502
SDR-53503 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:
MOD-53502
VAR-53502


`` CONDITIONS ``



MOD-53701 CONDIIIONS


Planning

1. The applicant shall supply Department oI Planning staII with a Iinal copy oI the amended
Queensridge Towers Development Standards as approved.


VAk-53502 CONDIIIONS


Planning

1. Approval oI a Major ModiIication (MOD-53701) to the Queensridge Towers Development
Standards and approval oI and conIormance to the conditions oI approval Ior Site
Development Plan Review (SDR-53503) shall be required, iI approved.

2. ConIormance to the approved conditions Ior Rezoning (ZON-4205).
MOD-53701, VAR-53502 & SDR-53503 PR1-51869]
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3. This approval shall be void two years Irom the date oI Iinal approval, unless exercised
pursuant to the provisions oI LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension oI Time may be Iiled Ior
consideration by the City oI Las Vegas.

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

5. These Conditions oI Approval shall be aIIixed to the cover sheet oI any plan set submitted
Ior building permit.

6. All City Code requirements and design standards oI all City departments must be satisIied,
except as modiIied herein.


SDk-53503 CONDIIIONS


Planning

1. Approval oI a Major ModiIication (MOD-53701) oI the Queensridge Towers Development
Standards and approval oI and conIormance to the conditions oI approval Ior Variance
(VAR-53502) shall be required, iI approved.

2. ConIormance to the approved conditions Ior Site Development Plan Review (SDR-4206),
except as amended herein.

3. This approval shall be void two years Irom the date oI Iinal approval, unless exercised
pursuant to the provisions oI LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension oI Time may be Iiled Ior
consideration by the City oI Las Vegas.

4. All development shall be in conIormance with the site plan date stamped 05/29/14, the
landscape plan, date stamped 03/27/14 and building elevations, date stamped 05/29/14,
except as amended by conditions herein.

5. The site plan shall be revised prior to submittal oI an application Ior a building permit to
demonstrate conIormance to Title 19.08.110 handicapped parking design standards.

6. All necessary building permits shall be obtained and Iinal inspections shall be completed in
compliance with Title 19 and all codes as required by the Department oI Building and
SaIety.
MOD-53701, VAR-53502 & SDR-53503 PR1-51869]
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7. These Conditions oI Approval shall be aIIixed to the cover sheet oI any plan set submitted
Ior building permit.

8. The applicant shall coordinate with the City Surveyor and other city staII to determine the
most appropriate mapping action necessary Ior this site. The mapping action shall be
completed and recorded prior to the issuance oI any building permits.

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 Ior a building permit. A permanent underground sprinkler system
is required, and shall be permanently maintained in a satisIactory manner; the landscape
plan shall include irrigation speciIications. Installed landscaping shall not impede visibility
oI any traIIic control device. The technical landscape plan shall include the Iollowing
changes Irom the conceptual landscape plan:

a. Provide Iour additional minimum 24-inch box shade trees at the ends oI parking rows.
b. Replace palm trees at the end oI parking rows with minimum 24-inch box shade trees.
c. Provide six landscape islands within the parking Iield. Each island shall contain at
least one 24-inch box shade tree and Iour, Iive-gallon shrubs per tree.

10. A Comprehensive Construction Staging Plan shall be submitted to the Department oI
Planning Ior review and approval prior to the issuance oI any building permits. The
Construction Staging Plan shall include the Iollowing inIormation: Design and location oI
construction trailer(s); design and location oI construction Iencing; all proposed temporary
construction signage; location oI materials staging area; and the location and design oI
parking Ior all construction workers.

11. Prior to or at the time oI submittal Ior any building permit, the applicant shall provide
written veriIication by the FAA and/or the Clark County Department oI Aviation oI the
Iollowing:

a. The applicant shall Iile a valid FAA Form 7460-1, "Notice oI Proposed Construction
or Alteration" with the FAA, in accordance with 14 CFR Part 77, or submit to the
Clark County Director oI Aviation a 'Property Owner`s Shielding Determination
Statement and request written concurrence Irom the Clark County Department oI
Aviation;
b. No Building Permit or other construction permit shall be issued Ior any structure
greater than 35 Ieet above the surIace oI land that, based upon the FAA`s 7460
airspace determination (the outcome oI Iiling the FAA Form 7460-1) would (a)
constitute a hazard to air navigation, (b) would result in an increase to minimum
Ilight altitudes during any phase oI Ilight (unless approved by the Department oI
Aviation), or (c) would otherwise be determined to pose a signiIicant adverse impact
on airport or aircraIt operations.
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c. Applicant is advised that FAA`s airspace determinations are dependent on petitions
by any interested party and the height that will not present a hazard as determined by
the FAA may change based on these comments.
d. Applicant is advised that the FAA`s airspace determinations include expiration dates
and that the separate airspace determinations will be needed Ior construction cranes or
other temporary equipment.

12. Prospective buyers shall be inIormed that views may be obscured by Iuture adjacent
development and this inIormation shall be included in project CC&Rs.

13. All City Code requirements and design standards oI all City Departments must be satisIied,
except as modiIied herein.


Public Works

14. Provide paved drivable access to all manholes located in Public Sewer Easements per
Recorded Document 20051018:02961 and 950928:00850. No trees or landscaping over
three Ieet tall are allowed within said public sewer easements.

15. Prior to the submittal oI construction drawings, coordinate with the Sanitary Sewer Planning
Section oI the Department oI Public Works to determine an acceptable connection point to
public sewer. The existing eight-inch public sewer on the south edge oI the property has
limited capacity.

16. Prior to the issuance oI any building permits, provide prooI a recorded Joint Access
Agreement between this site and the site to the east where a shared driveway is proposed.

17. Meet with the Fire Protection Engineering Section oI the Department oI Fire Services to
discuss Iire requirements Ior this Site Plan Prior to submittal oI construction drawings Ior
this site.

18. An update to the previously approved TraIIic Impact Analysis must be submitted to and
approved by the Department oI Public Works prior to the issuance oI any building or
grading permits or the submittal oI any construction drawings, whichever may occur Iirst.
Comply with the recommendations oI the approved update to the TraIIic Impact Analysis
prior to occupancy oI the site. Phased compliance will be allowed iI recommended by the
approved TraIIic Impact Analysis. No recommendation oI the approved TraIIic Impact
Analysis, nor compliance therewith, shall be deemed to modiIy or eliminate any condition
oI approval imposed by the Planning Commission or the City Council on the development
oI this site.
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19. An update to the previously approved Drainage Plan and Technical Drainage Study must be
submitted to and approved by the Department oI Public Works prior to submittal oI any
construction drawings or the issuance oI any building or grading permits, whichever may
occur Iirst. Provide and improve all drainageways recommended in the approved drainage
study update.

20. Site Development to comply with all applicable conditions oI approval Ior SDR-4206,
TMP-5879 and all other applicable site-related actions.

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`` STAFF REPORT ``



PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant is requesting to complete the buildout oI a residential condominium and oIIice
development near the southwest corner oI Alta Drive and Rampart Boulevard. Phase 1 is
complete and includes two 18-story towers containing 219 units. Originally, Phase 2 was to
include 166 units within one 16-story and one 14-story tower, and a single-story, 17,400 square-
Ioot oIIice building. Instead, this amendment proposes the construction oI one 22-story tower
with 166 units and an adjustment to the location oI the proposed oIIice building. The western
edge oI the tower has been stepped down and angled to mitigate the visual impact to adjacent
residential properties. The approved Queensridge Towers Development Standards must be
amended to allow Ior the additional height oI the proposed buildings, changes in parking
requirements and reduction oI the required building setback Ior the residential tower. The
changes proposed by this amendment would reduce the intensity oI the development and its
impacts to neighboring residential properties; thereIore, staII is recommending approval with
conditions.


ISSUES

The applicant is requesting to revise the Queensridge Towers Development Standards
approved 07/07/04. Per Title 19.10.040(G), this must be done through a major modiIication.
Although a building was removed as part oI this proposal, the replacement building will be
taller and have the same number oI units as the original plan. Parking requirements will
decrease.
A Variance is required to allow a 582-Ioot building setback where residential adjacency
standards require an 810-Ioot setback Irom the property line oI protected properties to the
west oI the overall site. StaII supports the request, as the proposal is less intense than the
previous approval and the building would be stepped and angled to minimize visual impacts
to adjacent single-Iamily residences.
A Master Sign Plan Ior the overall project is required per Condition #7 oI SDR-4206. To
date, a Master Sign Plan has not been submitted, nor have the Queensridge Towers
Development Standards been updated to reIlect this requirement. The applicant is proposing
to amend the development standards to indicate that all onsite signage shall be as approved
through a Iuture master sign plan.
The Queensridge Towers Development Standards require conIormance to Title 19 landscape
requirements. The landscape plan must be revised to include several parking lot trees and
islands to meet these standards.

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BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc.
10/13/97
The City Council approved a request Ior Rezoning (Z-0078-97) Irom U
(Undeveloped) |M (Medium Density Residential) General Plan designation|
under Resolution oI Intent to R-3 (Medium Density Residential) to PD
(Planned Development) on 14.52 acres on the south side oI Alta Drive,
approximately 450 Ieet west oI Rampart Boulevard Ior the purposes oI
development oI three 12-story condominium towers with ancillary oIIice and
retail uses. The Planning Commission and staII recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Rezoning (ZON-4205) Irom R-PD7 (Residential
Planned Development 7 Units per Acre) and U (Undeveloped) |GTC
(General Tourist Commercial) General Plan designation| under Resolution oI
Intent to PD (Planned Development) to PD (Planned Development) on 20.10
acres on the south side oI Alta Drive, approximately 450 Ieet west oI Rampart
Boulevard. A new Master Development Plan and Development Standards Ior
this site were approved as part oI this request. The Planning Commission
recommended approval; staII recommended denial.
The City Council approved a Variance (VAR-4207) to allow a building
setback oI 239 Ieet where residential adjacency standards require a minimum
oI 570 Ieet in conjunction with a proposed residential condominium complex
on 20.1 acres on the south side oI Alta Drive, approximately 450 Ieet west oI
Rampart Boulevard. The Planning Commission recommended approval; staII
recommended denial.
07/07/04
The City Council approved a Site Development Plan Review (SDR-4206) Ior
a 385-unit condominium complex consisting oI two 18-story towers, one 16-
story tower and one 14-story tower with ancillary uses, clubhouse and a
17,400 square-Ioot, single-story oIIice building on 20.1 acres on the south
side oI Alta Drive, approximately 450 Ieet west oI Rampart Boulevard. The
Planning Commission recommended approval; staII recommended denial.
02/10/05
The Planning Commission approved a Tentative Map (TMP-5879) Ior a 219-
unit condominium and clubhouse subdivision on 14.52 acres on the south side
oI Alta Drive, approximately 450 Ieet west oI Rampart Boulevard. StaII
recommended approval.
08/11/05
Department oI Planning staII approved a Minor Amendment oI the approved
Site Development Plan Review (SDR-4206) to shiIt the location oI all
buildings on the site, to realign Clubhouse Drive and the parking
conIiguration, to move the condo club to the podium between Towers 1 and 2,
and to add seven non-rental casitas and three rental casitas.
09/15/05
A Boundary Line Adjustment (BLA-5979) to transIer 5.14 acres oI land area
Irom the Badlands GolI Course to the subject site was recorded.
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Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc.
02/09/07
A Final Map (FMP-10087) Ior a 219-unit residential condominium
subdivision on 14.52 acres on the south side oI Alta Drive, approximately 450
Ieet west oI Rampart Boulevard, was recorded.
08/17/07
An amended Final Map (FMP-22220) Ior a 219-unit residential condominium
subdivision on 8.95 acres on the south side oI Alta Drive, approximately 450
Ieet west oI Rampart Boulevard, was recorded.
05/13/14
The Planning Commission voted to abey MOD-53701, VAR-53502 and SDR-
53503 to the June 10, 2014 Planning Commission meeting at the applicant`s
request.


Most Recent Change of Ownership
01/16/04 A deed was recorded Ior a change in ownership.


Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
10/15/95
A building permit (#95388719) was issued Ior a 16,262 square-Ioot club
house at 9119 Alta Drive. A Iinal inspection was completed 10/25/96.
09/12/05
A building permit (#05006313) was issued Ior two 18-story residential
condominium tower shells (including parking garage) at 9101 and 9103 Alta
Drive. A Iinal inspection was completed 11/13/08.
A building permit (#06000882) was issued Ior a tenant improvement buildout
oI the east condominium tower at 9101 Alta Drive. A Iinal inspection was
completed 11/13/08.
02/06/06
A building permit (#06000883) was issued Ior a tenant improvement buildout
oI the west condominium tower at 9103 Alta Drive. A Iinal inspection was
completed 11/13/08.


Pre-Application Meeting
11/05/13
Submittal requirements Ior a residential adjacency Variance and a Site
Development Plan Review Ior Phase 2 oI the project were discussed.
Development standards Ior the overall site are addressed in the Master
Development Plan and Design Standards document. There was concern that
the oIIice building would require a lot oI its own separate Irom the residential
condominium units and common areas, and staII suggested contacting the
City Surveyor to address any issues.


Aeighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting is not required, nor was one held.
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Field Check
04/03/14
The eastern portion oI the site contains two completed 18-story multi-Iamily
towers along Alta Drive. The Badlands GolI Course club house is also
completed and situated in the southwest corner oI the site. The remainder oI
the site is mostly undeveloped with portions oI pavement laid Ior striped
temporary parking.


Details of Application Request
Site Area
Net Acres
MOD-53701
20.10
Net Acres
VAR-53502
SDR-53503
7.87 (oI a 10.53-acre parcel)


Surrounding
Property
Existing Land Use Per
1itle 19.12
Planned or Special
Land Use
Designation
Existing Zoning District
Subject Property
Multi-Family
Residential
(Temporary Parking
Lot)
GTC (General Tourist
Commercial)
PD (Planned
Development)
North Hotel/Casino
SC (Service
Commercial)
C-1 (Limited
Commercial)
South
Commercial
Recreation/Amusement
(Outdoor)
PR-OS (Parks
Recreation/Open
Space)
R-PD7 (Residential
Planned Development 7
Units per Acre)
East
Multi-Family
Residential
(Condominiums)
GTC (General Tourist
Commercial)
PD (Planned
Development)
West
Multi-Family
Residential
(ancillary Clubhouse)
GTC (General Tourist
Commercial)
PD (Planned
Development)


Master Plan Areas Compliance
Queensridge Towers Master Development Plan Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
PD (Planned Development) District Y
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Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Project oI SigniIicant Impact (Development Impact NotiIication Assessment) N/A
Project oI Regional SigniIicance N/A


DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to the approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-42) and the Queensridge
1owers Development Standards (as proposed to be amended), the following standards apply:
Standard/Plan Item
Approved
SDR-42
Proposed Change
Number oI Residential Units 385 385 none
Number oI Casita Units 15 20 33
Number oI Residential
Condominium Towers
4 3 -25
OIIice Gross Floor Area 17,400 SF 17,400 SF none
Min. Setbacks
Front 20 Feet 20 Feet none
Side (interior)
Side (exterior)
0 Feet
35 Feet
10 Feet
15 Feet
N/A
-14
Rear 36 Feet 36 Feet none
Max. Building Height -
Towers
18 stories/202 Ieet
(14 stories Ior
westernmost tower)
22 stories/266 Ieet
(14-story tower
eliminated)
32
Max. Building Height
OIIice Building
1 story/28 Ieet
1 story/25 Ieet, plus
Iinial Ior 33-Ioot overall
height
18
Access
direct Irom Alta Dr.,
indirect via Clubhouse
Drive (driveway)
direct Irom Alta Dr.
(existing), oIIice only
via Clubhouse Drive
requires
update to
TIA
Parking Required (overall) 978 spaces 946 spaces -3
Parking Provided (overall) 1,048 spaces 1,394 spaces 33

Pursuant to 1itle 19.8.4, the following standards apply:
Residential Adjacency
Standards
Required/Allowed Provided Change Compliance
3:1 proximity slope 810 Feet 582 Feet -31 N
Adjacent development
matching setback
8 Feet 582 Feet 143 Y
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Pursuant to 1itle 19.8.4, the following standards apply:
Residential Adjacency
Standards
Required/Allowed Provided Change Compliance
Trash enclosures
50 Ieet Irom R-PD
lots to the west
N/A
(interior to the
building)
N/A N/A


Street Aame
Functional
Classification of
Street(s)
Coverning Document
Actual
Street Width
(Feet)
Compliance
with Street
Section
Alta Drive Major Collector
Master Plan oI Streets
and Highways Map
80 Y


Pursuant to the Queensridge 1owers Development Standards (as proposed to be amended), the
following parking standards apply:
Parking Requirement
Required Provided Compliance
Parking Parking
Use
Cross
Floor
Area or
Aumber
of Units
Parking
Ratio Regular
Handi-
capped
Regular
Handi-
capped

2 BR units 130
1.75 spaces
per unit
228
3 BR units 255
2.00 spaces
per unit
510


Guest spaces 385
1 space per
6 units
65

Commercial
Recreation/Amuse-
ment, Outdoor
(existing clubhouse)
14,600
SF
1 space per
200 SF
73

OIIice, Other Than
Listed
17,400
SF
1 space per
250 SF
70

TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 946

1,394

Y
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required 941 5 1,376 18 Y
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Phase 1 and Phase 2 Parking Comparison (does not include existing clubhouse)
Phase 1 Condominiums
Required Provided
Parking Parking
Use
Cross
Floor
Area or
Aumber
of Units
Parking
Ratio Regular
Handi-
capped
Regular
Handi-
capped
2 BR units 88
1.75 spaces
per unit
154
3 BR units 131
2.00 spaces
per unit
262

Guest spaces 219
1 space per
6 units
37



TOTAL 219 N/A 453 661


Phase 2 Condominiums and Office
Required Provided
Parking Parking
Use
Cross
Floor
Area or
Aumber
of Units
Parking
Ratio Regular
Handi-
capped
Regular
Handi-
capped
2 BR units 42
1.75 spaces
per unit
74
3 BR units 124
2.00 spaces
per unit
248
Guest spaces 166
1 space per
6 units
28
OIIice, Other Than
Listed
17,400
SF
1 space per
250 SF
70
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 420 602

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ANALYSIS

Although the same number oI residential units is proposed, by removing the approved 14-story
westernmost tower and replacing it and the approved 16-story tower with a taller 22-story tower
Iurther east oI the original locations, the project becomes less intense than previously approved.
The residential adjacency Variance decreased Irom 58 percent oI the 3:1 slope requirement to 28
percent. The proposed building would be angled in such a way that the western edge would be
almost 600 Ieet away Irom residential properties and is stepped along the west side to be 40 Ieet
lower than at the tallest point.

As a planned development, Title 19 required the developer oI the One Queensridge Place project
to submit a master development plan and a set oI development standards Ior City Council
approval. To this end, the Queensridge Towers Development Standards were approved
07/07/04. The Iollowing amendments are now proposed to the standards, noting that a private
clubhouse Ior residents was not constructed:

3.3 Permittea uses. Removed 'Condominium Club House Irom the list oI uses, as this
club house will not be constructed, leaving only the existing Badlands GolI Course
clubhouse.

4.2 Builaing setback exceptions. The worst case residential adjacency scenario is now 67
Ieet above the 3:1 proximity slope as opposed to 78 Ieet, which is less intense; the
proposed 22-story tower meets the 1:1 slope ratio along collector streets, which is no
longer a Title 19 requirement.

4.4 Parking. The parking analysis was corrected to reIlect more three bedroom units and
Iewer two bedroom units within both phases. The condominium clubhouse parking
requirement was deleted, as it will not be constructed as originally planned. The oIIice
building parking ratio had been 1 per 300 square Ieet Ior total oI 66 spaces; it is now
proposed to be 1 per 250 square Ieet Ior a total oI 70 spaces. The overall parking
requirement decreased as a result oI the unit type changes and removal oI the clubhouse;
meanwhile, the amount oI parking provided overall would increase about 33 percent Irom
1,048 to 1,376 spaces, 1,263 oI which are provided Ior the condominiums and oIIice
only.

4.5 Signage. A requirement Ior a Master Sign Plan, which has not yet been approved,
was added to comply with Condition #7 oI SDR-4206.

5.3 Builaing Height. The standards were adjusted to account Ior the overall height oI the
proposed 22-story tower, which amounts to an increase oI 32 over the previous
maximum. The oIIice building overall height was increased Irom 28 Ieet to 33 Ieet;
however, the height oI the building as deIined by Title 19 (average height between the
base and peak oI the sloped rooI) is approximately 25 Ieet, which does not represent a
true height increase Irom the previous standard.
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The site plan indicates an orderly design. The buildings are situated at the edges, allowing
parking areas to be tucked into the interior along with ample open spaces. The handicapped
parking spaces shown on the plan are not in conIormance with City oI Las Vegas dimensional
requirements; a condition oI approval addresses this deIiciency.

Access to the site would remain Irom Alta Drive; however, only the proposed oIIice building
would have indirect access Irom Alta Drive through Clubhouse Drive, a private driveway. A
Ience between the oIIice and condominium tower is proposed that would eIIectively block the
original connection between the two. As a result oI this change, an update to the existing traIIic
impact analysis will be required as a condition oI approval.

The Phase 2 portion oI the site will be well landscaped and designed to be compatible with Phase
1 improvements. The Alta Drive perimeter, as well as the southern edge adjacent to the golI
course, will Ieature a variety oI deciduous species such as Southern Live Oak, Ash, Bay Laurel
and others in a ratio oI 60 percent 24-inch box, 20 percent 36-inch box and 20 percent 48-inch
box or larger. Due to the conIiguration oI the surIace parking lot, Iour trees are missing Irom
ends oI rows while six landscape islands and trees are omitted within the parking Iield.
Although the number oI trees provided at the edge oI the parking lots is more than adequate to
provide shading and cooling, the required trees must be provided on a revised landscape plan, as
the Queensridge Towers Development Standards require that site landscaping meet Title 19
landscape requirements. Making these changes would not have a signiIicant impact on parking
resources nor the location oI buildings or access aisles.

The Iirst two buildings oI the project have been completed and mapped as a condominium
subdivision. Additional mapping will now be required to either remap the entire site to add the
proposed units or to create a separate map Ior the Phase 2 condominium units and common areas
only. A condition oI approval will require the applicant to meet with the City Surveyor to
determine a mutually agreeable option.

Comments received Irom the Clark County Department oI Aviation included the Iollowing:

'Federal Aviation Regulations (Title 14, Part 77) require that the Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA) be notiIied beIore the construction or alteration oI any building or
structure greater than 200 Ieet in height ( 77.13(a)(1)) or that will exceed a slope oI 100:1
Ior a distance oI 20,000 Ieet Irom the nearest point oI any airport runway greater than 3,200
Ieet in length ( 77.13 (a)(2)(i)). Such notiIication allows the FAA to determine what
impact, iI any, the proposed development will have upon navigable airspace, and allows the
FAA to determine whether the development requires obstruction marking or lighting.

The proposed development is greater than 200 Ieet in height. ThereIore, as required by 14
CFR Part 77, the FAA must be notiIied oI the proposed construction or alteration. A
condition oI approval has been added to address this issue.
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Comments were received Irom the Clark County School District regarding the impact oI Phase 2
development on the capacity oI existing public schools in the area. Using CCSD`s Iormulas, 41
students could potentially be added to area schools. The nearest elementary and middle schools
(Bonner and Rogich) are well over capacity Ior 2013-14 with no new schools planned Ior the
area.


FINDINGS (VAR-53502)

In accordance with the provisions oI Title 19.16.140(B), Planning Commission and City Council,
in considering the merits oI 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, selI-created or Iinancial in nature.

Additionally, Title 19.16.140(L) states:
'Where by reason oI exceptional narrowness, shallowness, or shape oI a speciIic piece oI
property at the time oI enactment oI the regulation, or by reason oI exceptional
topographic conditions or other extraordinary and exceptional situation or condition oI
the piece oI property, the strict application oI any zoning regulation would result in
peculiar and exceptional practical diIIiculties to, or exceptional and undue hardships
upon, the owner oI the property, a variance Irom that strict application may be granted so
as to relieve the diIIiculties or hardship, iI the relieI may be granted without substantial
detriment to the public good, without substantial impairment oI aIIected natural resources
and without substantially impairing the intent and purpose oI any ordinance or
resolution.

The new conIiguration oI buildings in Phase 2 results in the elimination oI one oI the towers and
a greater separation oI the new building Irom existing single Iamily residences to the west. The
proposed tower, though taller than previously approved, is stepped down on the west Iaade and
is angled to minimize impacts to the single Iamily properties. Overall, the project is less intense
than previously approved, and to impose strict adherence to Title 19 would ignore the Iacts
supporting this. ThereIore, a variance is warranted per Title 19.16 and staII recommends
approval.


FINDINGS (SDR-53503)

In order to approve a Site Development Plan application, per Title 19.16.100(E) the Planning
Commission and/or City Council must aIIirm the Iollowing:
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1. The proposed development is compatible with adjacent development and
development in the area;

Phase 2 condominium and oIIice development is proposed to connect to and Iit seamlessly
with the completed Iirst phase so that it appears to be a single development. Consideration
was taken to minimize impacts to adjacent residential properties.

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

StaII supports the required variance to allow a portion oI the proposed condominium tower
to exceed the 3:1 residential adjacency proximity slope. Parking lot landscaping is
deIicient on the inner parking areas; this will be addressed as a condition oI approval.

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

External access remains unchanged; however, the connection between the oIIice and
condominium parking areas would be severed, which will require an update to the existing
traIIic impact analysis.

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

The proposed residential tower and oIIice will use the same high quality materials included
in Phase 1. Landscape materials range Irom a wide palette oI species and are suited Ior the
desert climate. Palm trees at the ends oI parking rows will be required to be replaced by
shade trees as required by Title 19.

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 tower`s architectural theme will match that oI the existing residential
condominiums, with stucco exteriors, stone veneers, metal railings and metal rooIs. The
height, rooIline and bulk oI the building are varied Ior visual interest.

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

Development will be subject to permitting and inspection, thereby saIeguarding the public
health, saIety and general welIare.
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NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 23


NOTICES MAILED 372


APPROVALS 6 |MOD-53701|
5 |VAR-53502 & SDR-53503|


PROTESTS 56 |MOD-53701|
50 |VAR-53502 & SDR-53503|
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Amended
Queensridge Towers Development Standards

Prepared by JMA Architecture StudiosBergman, Walls & Associates


May 20, 2004


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Table of Contents

Queensridge Towers Development Standards

1.0 Overview
1.1 Purpose

2.0 PD District
2.1 Intent of PD District
2.2 Minimum Site Area

3.0 Planned Development (PD)


3.1 Project Designation
3.2 Existing Planned Development (PD)
3.3 Site Boundary, Expanded PD District
3.4 PD Permitted Uses and Standards

4.0 Site Design Criteria


4.1 Building Setbacks
4.2 Setback Exceptions
4.3 Service and Loading Areas
4.4 Parking and Driveway
4.5 Signage
1.1 Temporary Signage
1.2 Site Signage
4.6 Landscaping
4.7 Fences and Walls
4.8 Streetscape

5.0 Architectural Design Criteria


5.1 Purpose
5.2 Style
5.3 Building Height
5.4 Mechanical Equipment/Trash Area Screening
5.5 Building Materials and Finishes
5.6 Exterior Lighting
5.7 Exterior Colors

6.0 Exhibits
6.1 Land Use Map
6.2 Site Plan
6.3 Expanded Office Site Plan
6.4 Exterior Elevations
6.5 Site Section
6.6 Material Color Board
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1. Overview

1.1 Purpose
The purpose of the Development Standards and Guidelines for this PD plan is to
provide the parameters of development for the Queensridge Towers
Condominium Project. The project is located on 21 gross acres located on the
south side of Alta near the intersection of Alta and Rampart. The majority of the
property is currently zoned PD.

2. PD District

2.1 Intent of PD District


The intent of the Planned Development District (PD) is to permit and encourage
comprehensively planned developments whose purpose is redevelopment,
economic development, cultural enrichment, or to provide a single purpose or
multi-use planned development. The rezoning of property to the PD District may
be deemed appropriate if the development proposed for the District can
accomplish onone or more of the following goals: (Bolded goals relate to project
site)

1. Providing for an orderly and creative arrangement of land uses that


are harmonious and beneficial to the community.

2. Providing for a variety of housing types, employment opportunities or


commercial or industrial services, or any combination thereof, to achieve
variety and integration of economic and redevelopment opportunities.

3. Providing for flexibility in the distribution of land uses, in the density


of development, and in other matters typically regulated in zoning
districts.

4. Providing for cultural, civic, educational, medical, religious or recreational


facilities, or any combination thereof, in a planned or a unique setting and
design.

5. Providing for the redevelopment of areas where depreciation of any type


has occurred.

6. Providing for the revitalization of designated areas.

7. Promoting or allowing development to occur in accordance with a uniform


set of standards, which reflect the specific circumstances of the site.

8. Avoiding premature or inappropriate development that would result in


incompatible uses or would create traffic and public service demands that
exceed the capacity of existing or planned facilities.

9. Encouraging area-sensitive site planning and design.


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10. Contribution to the health, safety and general welfare of the
community, and providing development, which is compatible with the
City's goals and objectives.

2.2 Minimum site Area


The minimum site area for Planned Development District is five acres, except
that the City Council may waive this requirement when the proper planning
justification is shown. The boundary of the Queensridge Towers Condo project
is 20.1 gross acres.

3. Planned Development (PD)


Designation
3.1 Existing Planned Development (PD)
The following description and guidelines are based on the Las Vegas GTC Land
Use Designation (see Exhibits, land use map). The area is expanded from 16 to
21 gross acres.

3.2 Queensridge Towers

Site Boundary

Single-family residential lots bound the Queensridge Towers site, for which
these guidelines are written, to the northwest, the Badlands Golf Course to the
south and east, and north across Alta the Suncoast Hotel and Casino. It is
described as follows:
"BEING A PORTION OF THE EAST HALF (E 1/2) OF SECTION 31 AND THE
WEST HALF (W l/2) SECTION 32, TOWNSHIP 20 SOUTH, RANGE 60 EAST,
M.D.M., CITY OF LAS VEGAS, CLARK COUNTY NEVADA, MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:

COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 32,


THENCE NORTH 8926'21" EAST A DISTANCE OF 387.35 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 0033' 39" WEST A DISTANCE OF 2,518.27 FEET; TO POINT
BEING THE SOUTHWESTERLY CORNER OF LOT 4 OF PECCOLE WEST
AS SHOWN IN BOOK 77, PAGE 23 OF PLATS SAID POINT ALSO BEING
THE POINT OF BEGINNING: THENCE NORTH 7509' 11" WEST A
DISTANCE OF 409.15 FEET; THENCE NORTH 0940'24" WEST A
DISTANCE OF 275.89 FEET; THENCE NORTH 3933'23" EAST A
DISTANCE OF 220.56 FEET; THENCE EAST 127.77 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 3933'23" EAST A DISTANCE OF 245.97 FEET; THENCE ALONG
THE ARC OF A CURVE TO THE LEFT HAVING A RADIUS OF 25.00 FEET,
CONCAVE WESTERLY THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 8719'36'', AN
ARC DISTANCE OF 38.l 0 FEET; THENCE NORTH 4213 '47" EAST A
DISTANCE OF 5,000 FEET TO A POINT OF CURVATURE WITH A RADIUS
BEARING NORTH 4213'47" EAST; THENCE ALONG THE ARC OF A
CURVE TO THE LEFT HAVING A RADIUS OF 1,035.00 FEET, CONCAVE
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NORTHEASTERLY THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 4603'54", AN ARC
DISTANCE OF 832.13 FEET; THENCE NORTH 8609'53" EAST A
DISTANCE OF 565.75 FEET; THENCE ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE TO
THE RIGHT HAVING A RADIUS OF 765.00 FEET, CONCAVE SOUTHERLY
THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 1000'36", AN ARC DISTANCE OF
133.65 FEET: THENCE SOUTH 0610'29" WEST 5.00 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 5519'16" WEST A DISTANCE OF 845.91 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
6509'52" WEST A DISTANCE 354.20 FEET; THENCE NORTH 8808'01"
WEST A DISTANCE OF 211.78 FEET; THENCE NORTH 6842'48" WEST
233.33 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.

CONTAINS 846,174.89 SF, 19.42 ACRES

THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL INCLUDES ALL OF LOT 4, PECCOLE


WEST, BOOK 77, PAGE 23 OR PLATS AND A PORTION OF LOT 5,
AMENDED PECCOLE WEST, BOOK 83, PAGE 57 OF PLATS.

3.3 Permitted Uses and Standards


As defined in Chapter 19A.06 Special Purpose and Overlay Districts PD
Planned Development District. Any combination of residential,
commercial, industrial or public uses may be permitted within a specific
Planned Development District to the extent they are consistent with the
Master Development Plan for that District. The uses to be permitted
within the District must be specified in the adopted Master Development
Plan for the district.

Planned Use:
1. Condominium Towers
2. Condo Club House
3. Golf Club (Existing)
4.2. Office Building

4.0 Site Design Criteria


4.1 Building Setbacks
The City of Las Vegas Zoning Code defines required building setbacks from
adjacent single family lots east of site are defined by City of Las Vegas
Zoning Code to be not higher than a line formed by a 3 to 1 slope measured
from the nearest single family property line to the top of the proposed
building construction.

The City of Las Vegas Zoning Code defines required building heights Along
Alta (Collector or Larger) are defined as follows as required by City of Las
Vegas Zoning: "Buildings may be constructed up to 35 feet in height at the
front yard setback line. Any portion of a building over 35 feet in height shall
be set back an additional 1 foot for each foot of height in excess of 35 feet.

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numbering
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4.2 Building Setback Exceptions

1. The height of the nearest proposed building extends 77'-867'-0" ft.


(worst case) above the 3 to 1 slope measured from the nearest single
family property line.
2. Minimum Building set back line for the Queensridge Towers project has
been established as 20' along Alta Drive. Planned Towers extend 146'-
6" ft. (worst case, now existing, does not apply to Phase 2) above the
allowed '1 to 1' slope line. (See Exhibits, Site Plan & Site Section.)
3. Underground utilities
4. Roof Overhangs
5. Steps and sidewalks
6. Landscaping and related irrigation
7. Planter and related irrigation.
8. Driveways and curb cuts

4.3 Service and Loading Areas


Where practical, service and loading areas' yards shall be screened from
adjacent residential lots. Service access to condominium towers and restaurants
will be via parking garage access.

4.4 Parking, Driveways and Circulation

1. Parking required for the High-rise Condominium (All Phases):


One and three-quarter spaces for each two-bedroom unit, plus one guest
space for every six units. Two spaces for each three-bedroom and above
unit, plus one guest space for every six units.

Phase 1 parking required:


88 (2 bedroom units) x 1.75 spaces/unit = 154 spaces
131 (3 bedrooms or more) x 2 spaces = 262 spaces
219 (total units) x 0.17 spaces per unit = 38 spaces

Total required parking for condominium Phase 1 = 454 spaces

Phase 2 parking required:


42 (2 bedroom units) x 1.75 spaces/unit = 74 spaces
124 (3 bedrooms or more) x 2 spaces = 248 spaces
166 (total units) x 0.17 spaces per unit = 28 spaces

Total required parking for condominium Phase 2 = 350 spaces

Total required parking for condominium (all phases) = 804 spaces

376(3 bedroom or more) units x 2 spaces = 752spaces


376 (total) units I 6(for guests) = 63spaces

Total required parking for condominium = 815 spaces

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Parking required for the Clubhouses:
One space for every 200 square feet of ground floor area of Country Club.
14,600 square feet Golf Club /200 = 73 spaces
6,400 square feet Condo Club /200 = 32 spaces
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Total required parking for Clubhouse:105 spaces

2. Parking required for Office Building: One space


Four spaces for each 300 square feet.

201,000 square feet office /300 = 66.


17,400 square feet office /250 = 70 spaces

2.3. Parking Total Required


The parking total required is 986 874 spaces. for Phases 1 and 2.
Parking provided is 1048 spaces therefore we are providing 62 additional
spaces.

Parking Provided:

Phase 1 Parking provided = 661 spaces


Parking Required Phase 1 = 454 spaces
Excess spaces provided in Phase 1 = 207 spaces

Phase 2 Parking provided = 602 spaces


Parking Required Phase 2 = 350 condo spaces
70 office spaces
420 total spaces
Excess spaces provided in Phase 2 = 182 spaces

Total parking provided all Phases =1,263 Spaces

3.4. Handicapped Parking


The appropriate handicapped spaces will be provided in accordance with
the requirements as outlined in the City of Las Vegas Zoning Code Title 19.

4.5 Signage

1. Temporary Signage
Temporary construction signs naming Builder, architect, etc., are allowed
subject to the time limits of constructions and shall not exceed 32 square
feet.

2. Site Signage
Monument signage naming the Project, shall be a maximum of 10 high.
Monument sign will be located at main entrance to property.

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3. Master Sign Plan
All signage shall be in compliance with The Queensridge Towers
Development Master Sign Plan, as approved by the City of Las Vegas.

4.6 Landscaping
All landscaping shall be in accordance with the requirements of Title 19A

4.7 Fences and Walls


All fences and walls shall be in accordance with Title 19A and the
Landscape Wall Caps and Buffer Guidelines.

4.8 Streetscape

1. Sidewalks are to be provided, repaired or replaced along all street


frontages.
2. Site benches may be provided within easy access of pedestrian pathways
and gathering areas.
3. Existing streetlight, located on Alta at the main project entrance (at
Suncoast Entrance) to remain.
4. Second entrance to Alta is to be provided. It will be equipped with a turn
around and gated two-way entrance and exit.

5.0 Architectural Design Criteria

5.1 Purpose
The design objective of the architectural criteria is to establish the parameters
and theme for creating a uniform Architectural character comparable with the
surrounding planned communities.

5.2 Style
The architectural character of the Queensridge Towers is intended to be
classical "old world" in design with a triparte elevation and architectural detail
and appropriate to a luxury condominium development.

5.3 Building Height


The building height shall be:

201'-6" ft. for the eighteen story residential towertowers (Existing)


201'-6266-0" ft. for the eighteentwenty-two story residential tower
45'-0" ft. for the condo club
26'-0" ft. - Phase I for the parking podium at South Faade (Existing)
26'-0" ft.22-1 - Phase II for the parking podium at South Faade
25'-0" ft. for gazebo and trellis structures on podium
44'-0" ft. for the golf club house
24-1027'-6" ft. for the single story office building
41-0" ft. for the porte cochere and lobby buildings

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5.4 Mechanical Equipment Trash Area Screening
Exterior components, whether roof or ground mounted, shall be screened on all
sides by a screen wall or parapet wall that shall be aesthetically compatible with
the architectural design of the building. Monolithic screens are required versus
several small individual screens. Trash and mechanical enclosures shall be
horizontally screened from elevated sight lines. On low rise buildings
mechanical equipment will be screened from side views and views from above.
5.5 Building Materials and Finishes
1. Exterior Walls: Exterior walls shall be of EIFS finish over proper backing on
metal studs. The finish of the exterior walls of the first three floors of the
residential towers will be a minimum of 75% stone finish.
2. Glazing: Glazing is to be insulated tinted and in painted aluminum frames
and coated glass.
3. Roofing: Roofing for the new construction is to be a single ply membrane
on horizontal surface. Vertical sloped vaulted and domed roofs will be
finished in a standing seam (zinc or similar). Low buildings will utilize sloped
or paved roofing to avoid unsightly view lines.
4. Balcony floors will be finished in stone with decorative metal railings.
5.6 Exterior Lighting
1. The design objective for the lighting criteria is to provide safe, functional
lighting in an aesthetically pleasing manner.
2. Area illumination is to provide for entry areas and other people-gathering
places.
3. Area illumination will be provided for podium pool, guard and tennis court
areas.
4. Service area lighting shall be contained within the service yard boundaries.
5. Landscape lighting shall be integrated into the overall project lighting
design.
5.7 Exterior Colors
The intent of the exterior colors is to create a desert responsive color palette,
which is considerate of the adjacent residential areas. (See material color
board.)
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Amended
Queensridge Towers Development Standards

Prepared by Bergman, Walls & Associates


May 27, 2014


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Table of Contents

Queensridge Towers Development Standards

1.0 Overview
1.1 Purpose

2.0 PD District
2.1 Intent of PD District
2.2 Minimum Site Area

3.0 Planned Development (PD)


3.1 Project Designation
3.2 Existing Planned Development (PD)
3.3 Site Boundary, Expanded PD District
3.4 PD Permitted Uses and Standards

4.0 Site Design Criteria


4.1 Building Setbacks
4.2 Setback Exceptions
4.3 Service and Loading Areas
4.4 Parking and Driveway
4.5 Signage
1.1 Temporary Signage
1.2 Site Signage
4.6 Landscaping
4.7 Fences and Walls
4.8 Streetscape

5.0 Architectural Design Criteria


5.1 Purpose
5.2 Style
5.3 Building Height
5.4 Mechanical Equipment/Trash Area Screening
5.5 Building Materials and Finishes
5.6 Exterior Lighting
5.7 Exterior Colors

6.0 Exhibits
6.1 Land Use Map
6.2 Site Plan
6.3 Expanded Office Site Plan
6.4 Exterior Elevations
6.5 Site Section
6.6 Material Color Board
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1. Overview

1.1 Purpose
The purpose of the Development Standards and Guidelines for this PD plan is to
provide the parameters of development for the Queensridge Towers
Condominium Project. The project is located on 21 gross acres located on the
south side of Alta near the intersection of Alta and Rampart. The majority of the
property is currently zoned PD.

2. PD District

2.1 Intent of PD District


The intent of the Planned Development District (PD) is to permit and encourage
comprehensively planned developments whose purpose is redevelopment,
economic development, cultural enrichment, or to provide a single purpose or
multi-use planned development. The rezoning of property to the PD District may
be deemed appropriate if the development proposed for the District can
accomplish one or more of the following goals: (Bolded goals relate to project
site)

1. Providing for an orderly and creative arrangement of land uses that


are harmonious and beneficial to the community.

2. Providing for a variety of housing types, employment opportunities or


commercial or industrial services, or any combination thereof, to achieve
variety and integration of economic and redevelopment opportunities.

3. Providing for flexibility in the distribution of land uses, in the density


of development, and in other matters typically regulated in zoning
districts.

4. Providing for cultural, civic, educational, medical, religious or recreational


facilities, or any combination thereof, in a planned or a unique setting and
design.

5. Providing for the redevelopment of areas where depreciation of any type


has occurred.

6. Providing for the revitalization of designated areas.

7. Promoting or allowing development to occur in accordance with a uniform


set of standards, which reflect the specific circumstances of the site.

8. Avoiding premature or inappropriate development that would result in


incompatible uses or would create traffic and public service demands that
exceed the capacity of existing or planned facilities.

9. Encouraging area-sensitive site planning and design. .


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10. Contribution to the health, safety and general welfare of the
community, and providing development which is compatible with the
City's goals and objectives.

2.2 Minimum site Area


The minimum site area for Planned Development District is five acres, except
that the City Council may waive this requirement when the proper planning
justification is shown. The boundary of the Queensridge Towers Condo project
is 20.1 gross acres.

3. Planned Development (PD)


Designation
3.1 Existing Planned Development (PD)
The following description and guidelines are based on the Las Vegas GTC Land
Use Designation (see Exhibits, land use map). The area is expanded from 16 to
21 gross acres.

3.2 Queensridge Towers

Site Boundary

Single-family residential lots bound the Queensridge Towers site, for which
these guidelines are written, to the northwest, the Badlands Golf Course to the
south and east, and north across Alta the Suncoast Hotel and Casino. It is
described as follows:
"BEING A PORTION OF THE EAST HALF (E 1/2) OF SECTION 31 AND THE
WEST HALF (W l/2) SECTION 32, TOWNSHIP 20 SOUTH, RANGE 60 EAST,
M.D.M., CITY OF LAS VEGAS, CLARK COUNTY NEVADA, MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:

COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 32,


THENCE NORTH 8926'21" EAST A DISTANCE OF 387.35 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 0033' 39" WEST A DISTANCE OF 2,518.27 FEET; TO POINT
BEING THE SOUTHWESTERLY CORNER OF LOT 4 OF PECCOLE WEST
AS SHOWN IN BOOK 77, PAGE 23 OF PLATS SAID POINT ALSO BEING
THE POINT OF BEGINNING: THENCE NORTH 7509' 11" WEST A
DISTANCE OF 409.15 FEET; THENCE NORTH 0940'24" WEST A
DISTANCE OF 275.89 FEET; THENCE NORTH 3933'23" EAST A
DISTANCE OF 220.56 FEET; THENCE EAST 127.77 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 3933'23" EAST A DISTANCE OF 245.97 FEET; THENCE ALONG
THE ARC OF A CURVE TO THE LEFT HAVING A RADIUS OF 25.00 FEET,
CONCAVE WESTERLY THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 8719'36'', AN
ARC DISTANCE OF 38.l 0 FEET; THENCE NORTH 4213 '47" EAST A
DISTANCE OF 5,000 FEET TO A POINT OF CURVATURE WITH A RADIUS
BEARING NORTH 4213'47" EAST; THENCE ALONG THE ARC OF A
CURVE TO THE LEFT HAVING A RADIUS OF 1,035.00 FEET, CONCAVE
WITH A RADIUS
ARC OF A
ET, CONCAVE
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NORTHEASTERLY THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 4603'54", AN ARC
DISTANCE OF 832.13 FEET; THENCE NORTH 8609'53" EAST A
DISTANCE OF 565.75 FEET; THENCE ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE TO
THE RIGHT HAVING A RADIUS OF 765.00 FEET, CONCAVE SOUTHERLY
THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 1000'36", AN ARC DISTANCE OF
133.65 FEET: THENCE SOUTH 0610'29" WEST 5.00 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 5519'16" WEST A DISTANCE OF 845.91 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
6509'52" WEST A DISTANCE 354.20 FEET; THENCE NORTH 8808'01"
WEST A DISTANCE OF 211.78 FEET; THENCE NORTH 6842'48" WEST
233.33 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.

CONTAINS 846,174.89 SF, 19.42 ACRES

THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL INCLUDES ALL OF LOT 4, PECCOLE


WEST, BOOK 77, PAGE 23 OR PLATS AND A PORTION OF LOT 5,
AMENDED PECCOLE WEST, BOOK 83, PAGE 57 OF PLATS.

3.3 Permitted Uses and Standards


As defined in Chapter 19A.06 Special Purpose and Overlay Districts PD
Planned Development District. Any combination of residential,
commercial, industrial or public uses may be permitted within a specific
Planned Development District to the extent they are consistent with the
Master Development Plan for that District. The uses to be permitted
within the District must be specified in the adopted Master Development
Plan for the district.

Planned Use:
1. Condominium Towers

2. Office Building

4.0 Site Design Criteria


4.1 Building Setbacks
The City of Las Vegas Zoning Code defines required building setbacks from
adjacent single family lots east of site are defined by City of Las Vegas
Zoning Code to be not higher than a line formed by a 3 to 1 slope measured
from the nearest single family property line to the top of the proposed
building construction.

The City of Las Vegas Zoning Code defines required building heights Along
Alta (Collector or Larger) are defined as follows as required by City of Las
Vegas Zoning: "Buildings may be constructed up to 35 feet in height at the
front yard setback line. Any portion of a building over 35 feet in height shall
be set back an additional 1 foot for each foot of height in excess of 35 feet.

4.2 Building Setback Exceptions


in height shall
ess of 35 feet.
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1. The height of the nearest proposed building extends 67'-0" ft. (worst
case) above the 3 to 1 slope measured from the nearest single family
property line.
2. Minimum Building set back line for the Queensridge Towers project has
been established as 20' along Alta Drive. Planned Towers extend 146'-
6" ft. (worst case, now existing, does not apply to Phase 2) above the
allowed '1 to 1' slope line. (See Exhibits, Site Plan & Site Section.)
3. Underground utilities
4. Roof Overhangs
5. Steps and sidewalks
6. Landscaping and related irrigation
7. Planter and related irrigation.
8. Driveways and curb cuts

4.3 Service and Loading Areas


Where practical, service and loading areas' yards shall be screened from
adjacent residential lots. Service access to condominium towers and restaurants
will be via parking garage access.

4.4 Parking, Driveways and Circulation

1. Parking required for the High-rise Condominium (All Phases):


One and three-quarter spaces for each two-bedroom unit, plus one guest
space for every six units. Two spaces for each three-bedroom and above
unit, plus one guest space for every six units.

Phase 1 parking required:


88 (2 bedroom units) x 1.75 spaces/unit = 154 spaces
131 (3 bedrooms or more) x 2 spaces = 262 spaces
219 (total units) x 0.17 spaces per unit = 38 spaces

Total required parking for condominium Phase 1 = 454 spaces

Phase 2 parking required:


42 (2 bedroom units) x 1.75 spaces/unit = 74 spaces
124 (3 bedrooms or more) x 2 spaces = 248 spaces
166 (total units) x 0.17 spaces per unit = 28 spaces

Total required parking for condominium Phase 2 = 350 spaces

Total required parking for condominium (all phases) = 804 spaces

2. Parking required for Office Building:


Four spaces for each 1,000 square feet.
17,400 square feet office / 250 = 70 spaces

3. Parking Total Required


The parking total required is 874 spaces for Phases 1 and 2. d 2.
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Parking Provided:

Phase 1 Parking provided = 661 spaces


Parking Required Phase 1 = 454 spaces
Excess spaces provided in Phase 1 = 207 spaces

Phase 2 Parking provided = 602 spaces


Parking Required Phase 2 = 350 condo spaces
70 office spaces
420 total spaces
Excess spaces provided in Phase 2 = 182 spaces

Total parking provided all Phases =1,263 Spaces

4. Handicapped Parking
The appropriate handicapped spaces will be provided in accordance with
the requirements as outlined in the City of Las Vegas Zoning Code Title 19.

4.5 Signage

1. Temporary Signage
Temporary construction signs naming Builder, architect, etc., are allowed
subject to the time limits of constructions and shall not exceed 32 square
feet.

2. Site Signage
Monument signage naming the Project, shall be a maximum of 10 high.
Monument sign will be located at main entrance to property.

3. Master Sign Plan


All signage shall be in compliance with The Queensridge Towers
Development Master Sign Plan, as approved by the City of Las Vegas.

4.6 Landscaping
All landscaping shall be in accordance with the requirements of Title 19A

4.7 Fences and Walls


All fences and walls shall be in accordance with Title 19A and the
Landscape Wall Caps and Buffer Guidelines.

4.8 Streetscape

1. Sidewalks are to be provided, repaired or replaced along all street


frontages.
2. Site benches may be provided within easy access of pedestrian pathways
and gathering areas.
all street
estrian pathways
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3. Existing streetlight, located on Alta at the main project entrance (at
Suncoast Entrance) to remain.
4. Second entrance to Alta is to be provided. It will be equipped with a turn
around and gated two-way entrance and exit.

5.0 Architectural Design Criteria

5.1 Purpose
The design objective of the architectural criteria is to establish the parameters
and theme for creating a uniform Architectural character comparable with the
surrounding planned communities.

5.2 Style
The architectural character of the Queensridge Towers is intended to be
classical "old world" in design with a triparte elevation and architectural detail
and appropriate to a luxury condominium development.

5.3 Building Height


The building height shall be:

201'-6" ft. for the eighteen story residential towers (Existing)


266-0" ft. for the twenty-two story residential tower
26'-0" ft. - Phase I for the parking podium at South Faade (Existing)
22-1- Phase II for the parking podium at South Faade
25'-0" ft. for gazebo and trellis structures on podium
24-10 for the single story office building
41-0" ft. for the porte cochere and lobby buildings

5.4 Mechanical Equipment Trash Area Screening


Exterior components, whether roof or ground mounted, shall be screened on all
sides by a screen wall or parapet wall that shall be aesthetically compatible with
the architectural design of the building. Monolithic screens are required versus
several small individual screens. Trash and mechanical enclosures shall be
horizontally screened from elevated sight lines. On low rise buildings
mechanical equipment will be screened from side views and views from above.
5.5 Building Materials and Finishes
1. Exterior Walls: Exterior walls shall be of EIFS finish over proper backing on
metal studs. The finish of the exterior walls of the first three floors of the
residential towers will be a minimum of 75% stone finish.
2. Glazing: Glazing is to be insulated tinted and in painted aluminum frames
and coated glass.
3. Roofing: Roofing for the new construction is to be a single ply membrane
on horizontal surface. Vertical sloped vaulted and domed roofs will be
finished in a standing seam (zinc or similar). Low buildings will utilize sloped
e ply membrane
roofs will be
gs will utilize slope
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or paved roofing to avoid unsightly view lines.
4. Balcony floors will be finished in stone with decorative metal railings.
5.6 Exterior Lighting
1. The design objective for the lighting criteria is to provide safe, functional
lighting in an aesthetically pleasing manner.
2. Area illumination is to provide for entry areas and other people-gathering
places.
3. Area illumination will be provided for podium pool, guard and tennis court
areas.
4. Service area lighting shall be contained within the service yard boundaries.
5. Landscape lighting shall be integrated into the overall project lighting
design.
5.7 Exterior Colors
The intent of the exterior colors is to create a desert responsive color palette,
which is considerate of the adjacent residential areas. (See material color
board.)
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AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
ABEYANCE - VAR-53502 - VARIANCE RELATED TO MOD-53701 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: QUEENSRIDGE TOWERS, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior
a Variance TO ALLOW A 582-FOOT BUILDING SETBACK WHERE RESIDENTIAL
ADJACENCY STANDARDS REQUIRE AN 810-FOOT SETBACK FOR A PROPOSED 22-
STORY RESIDENTIAL TOWER on a 7.87-acre portion oI a 10.53-acre parcel at 9119 Alta
Drive (APN 138-32-210-005), PD (Planned Development) Zone, Ward 2 (Beers) |PRJ-51869|.
StaII recommends APPROVAL.

C.C.: 7/16/2014

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:
Planning Commission Mtg. 50 Planning Commission Mtg. 5
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Consolidated Backup
2. Location and Aerial Maps - VAR-53502 and SDR-53503 |PRJ-51869|
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Protest and Support Postcards - VAR-53502 and SDR-53303 |PRJ-51869|
5. E Comments in Opposition
Consistent with the Citys
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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Agenda tem No.: 24.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
ABEYANCE - SDR-53503 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO MOD-
53701 AND VAR-53502 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: QUEENSRIDGE
TOWERS, LLC - For possible action on a request Ior a Major Amendment oI an approved Site
Development Plan Review (SDR-4206) FOR A PROPOSED 22-STORY, 310-FOOT TALL,
166-UNIT MULTI-FAMILY BUILDING AND A SINGLE-STORY, 33-FOOT TALL, 17,400
SQUARE-FOOT OFFICE BUILDING on a 7.87-acre portion oI a 10.53-acre parcel at 9119 Alta
Drive (APN 138-32-210-005), PD (Planned Development) Zone, Ward 2 (Beers) |PRJ-51869|.
StaII recommends APPROVAL.

C.C.: 7/16/2014

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:
Planning Commission Mtg. 50 Planning Commission Mtg. 5
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Consolidated Backup
2. Supporting Documentation
3. JustiIication Letter
4. E Comments in Opposition
Consistent with the Citys
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.
03/27/14
PRJ-51869
SDR-53503
04/17/14
PRJ-51869
SDR-53503
05/13/14 PC
03/27/14
PRJ-51869
SDR-53503


Agenda tem No.: 25.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
ABEYANCE - VAR-53361 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
CITY OF LAS VEGAS - For possible action on a request Ior a Variance TO ALLOW A
STREET NAME CHANGE ALONG A PRIMARY STREET NAME ALIGNMENT WHERE
SUCH IS NOT PERMITTED on Clark Avenue between Main Street and Casino Center
Boulevard, Ward 3 (CoIIin) |PRJ-53359|. StaII recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 7/16/2014
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:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps - SNC-53360 and VAR-53361 |PRJ-53359|
2. Conditions and StaII Report - SNC-53360 and VAR-53361 |PRJ-53359|
3. Supporting Documentation - SNC-53360 and VAR-53361 |PRJ-53359|
4. Photos - SNC-53360 and VAR-53361 |PRJ-53359|
5. JustiIication Letter - SNC-53360 and VAR-53361 |PRJ-53359|

VAR-53361 & SNC-53360 PR1-53359]
MR

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: CITY OF LAS VEGAS - OWNER: CITY OF LAS
VEGAS


`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
AUMBER
RECOMMEADA1IOA
REQUIRED FOR
APPROJAL
VAR-53361 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions N/A
SNC-53360 StaII recommends APPROVAL VAR-53361


`` CONDITIONS ``


VAk-5331 CONDIIIONS


Planning


1. This approval shall be void two years Irom the date oI Iinal approval, unless exercised
pursuant to the provisions oI LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension oI Time may be Iiled Ior
consideration by the City oI Las Vegas.

2. All City Code requirements and design standards oI all City departments must be satisIied,
except as modiIied herein.


VAR-53361 & SNC-53360 PR1-53359]
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Staff Report Page One
1une 10, 2014 - Planning Commission Meeting



`` STAFF REPORT ``


PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request Ior a Street Name Change Irom Clark Avenue to Oscar B. Goodman Avenue
between Main Street and Transit Station Street. A Variance accompanies this application to
allow a street name change to occur along a primary street alignment where such is not
permitted. StaII supports the requested Street Name Change and associated Variance as the
current street splits in two directions and visually reads as diIIerent streets and the Street Name
Change will not aIIect existing business in the area. For this reasons, staII recommends approval
oI the request.


ISSUES

A Street Name Change application is required to change the street name Irom Clark Avenue
to Oscar B. Goodman Avenue between Transit Station Street and Main Street.
A Variance Irom Title 19.04.050 to deviate Irom Section IV(B)(2) oI the City oI Las Vegas
Street Naming and Address Assignment Regulations, 2009 Edition is required, to allow a
street alignment name change Irom Clark Avenue to Oscar B. Goodman Avenue between
Transit Station Street and Main Street where this is not allowed.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
2012
City Hall was constructed on the north side oI Clark Avenue adjacent to the
segment oI the proposed street name change.
05/13/14
The Planning Commission voted to hold this time in abeyance to the 06/10/14
Planning Commission meeting. The abeyance was requested by the Planning
Commission.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
05/07/10
A Capital Improvement Project (CIP-12827) drawing (#107V5201) was
approved to Convert Bonneville Avenue and Clark Avenue to one-way east
and west respectively Irom Main Street to Las Vegas Boulevard. The project
was Iinalized on 04/16/12.

Pre-Application Meeting
A pre-application meeting is not required Ior a Street Name Change Application, nor was one
held. The required Variance was revealed aIter the initial submittal.
VAR-53361 & SNC-53360 PR1-53359]
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Staff Report Page Two
1une 10, 2014 - Planning Commission Meeting



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

Field Check
04/03/14
A Iield check was conducted oI the on the subject site, that revealed that the
street exists, is well maintained and has a bend in the alignment
approximately 188 Ieet west oI the intersection oI Clark Avenue and Transit
Station Street.


ANALYSIS

The change in the street name Irom Clark Avenue to Oscar B. Goodman Avenue between Transit
Station Street and Main Street is proposed by this appreciation Ior all work the Iormer Mayor put
Iorth to revitalize the City. The street segment is located directly south oI City Hall and is a
proper tribute to the eIIorts Mayor Oscar B. Goodman put into the construction oI City Hall at
495 South Main Street. The accompanying Variance allows a visual terminus to the midblock
Iork on Clark Avenue between 1
st
Street and Casino Center Boulevard. No address will be
aIIected by the proposed street name change and it will reduce traIIic conIusion in Iront oI City
Hall. For these reasons staII is recommending approval oI this Street Name Change and
associated Primary Street Name Alignment Variance.


FINDINGS (VAR-53361)

In accordance with the provisions oI Title 19.16.140(B), Planning Commission and City Council,
in considering the merits oI 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, selI-created or Iinancial in nature.

Additionally, Title 19.16.140(L) states:
'Where by reason oI exceptional narrowness, shallowness, or shape oI a speciIic piece oI
property at the time oI enactment oI the regulation, or by reason oI exceptional
topographic conditions or other extraordinary and exceptional situation or condition oI
the piece oI property, the strict application oI any zoning regulation would result in
peculiar and exceptional practical diIIiculties to, or exceptional and undue hardships
upon, the owner oI the property, a variance Irom that strict application may be granted so
as to relieve the diIIiculties or hardship, iI the relieI may be granted without substantial
detriment to the public good, without substantial impairment oI aIIected natural resources
and without substantially impairing the intent and purpose oI any ordinance or
resolution.
VAR-53361 & SNC-53360 PR1-53359]
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Staff Report Page Three
1une 10, 2014 - Planning Commission Meeting



The unique circumstance oI the road creates visually two road separate roads with the majority
oI the Ilowing traIIic Ilowing Irom Clark Avenue onto Transit Station Street. StaII supports this
Variance, as it will lessen conIusion by creating two diIIerent streets.


FINDINGS (SNC-53360)


With approval oI the Primary Street Name Alignment Variance, the proposed Street Name
Change will be in conIormance with Title 19 and the Street Naming Address Assignment
Regulations, 2009 Edition. The name has also been reviewed and approved by the Fire &
Rescue Department.




NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 35


NOTICES MAILED 105


APPROVALS 0


PROTESTS 0
CLV Planning - Application Form
Page 1 of 2 4/29/2014 4:51:58 PM
Applicant Email: mrex@lasegasneveda.gov
Applicant Fax: 702-385-7268
Rep Last Name: Rex
Rep First Name: Mark
Applicant State: NV
Applicant Phone: 702-229-6894
Applicant Zip: 89101-6318
Rep Address: 333 North Rancho Drive
Rep Email: mrex@lasvegasnevada.gov
Rep Fax: 702-385-7268
Rep State: NV
Rep City: Las Vegas
Rep Phone: 702-229-6894
Rep Zip: 89101
Assessors Parcel #(s): 13934299002, 13934399002
Project Name OSCAR B GOODMAN AVENUE
Is the Application Information
Correct:
Yes
Ward #: WARD 1 (LOIS TARKANIAN), WARD 3 (BOB COFFIN)
Application Number: PRJ-53359
Applicant City: Las Vegas
ProjectAddress (Location): A SECTION APPROXIMATE 582-FOOT SECTION OF ROAD LOCATED SOUTH OF MAIN STREET AND
CURRENTLY CLARK AVENUE
Application/Petition For: Oscar B. Goodman Avenue
If no, ...change what
Applicant First Name: City of Las Vegas
Additional Information: Street name changed initiated by the City
Applicant Address: 333 North Rancho Drive
Applicant Last Name: N/A
Zoning District: Proposed: Select
General Plan Designation: Proposed: Select
Lots/Units: n/A
Gross Acres: .5
VAR-53361 & SNC-53360
CLV Planning - Application Form
Page 2 of 2 4/29/2014 4:51:58 PM
Is the Owner Information Correct: Yes
If no, ...change what
I certify that I am the applicant and
that the information submitted with
this application is true and accurate
to the best of my knowledge and
belief. I understand that the City is
not responsible for inaccuracies in
information presented, and that
inaccuracies, false information or
incomplete application may cause
the application to be rejected. I
further certify that I am the owner
or purchaser (or option holder) of
the property involved in this
application, or the lessee or agent
fully authorized by the owner to
make this submission.
I Accept:
Yes
CITY OF LAS VEGAS 495 MAIN ST 6TH FLOOR LAS VEGAS, NV 89101-6318
Owner(s) ADDR1 ADDR2
Mark Rex City of Las Vegas Planner mrex@lasvegasnevada.gov
CLVEPLAN Applicant Company Title Email
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this map is for reference only.
Geographic Informati on System
Planning & Development Dept.
702-229-6301
Printed: Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Clark Avenue

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PRJ-53359
SNC-53360 & VAR-53361


Agenda tem No.: 26.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
ABEYANCE - SNC-53360 - STREET NAME CHANGE RELATED TO VAR-53361 -
PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS - For possible action on
a request Ior a Street Name Change FROM: CLARK AVENUE TO: OSCAR B. GOODMAN
AVENUE between Main Street and Transit Station Street, Ward 3 (CoIIin) |PRJ-53359|. StaII
recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 7/16/2014
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:
StaII recommends APPROVAL

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Consolidated Back up
Consistent with the Citys
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.


Agenda tem No.: 27.



AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: FLINN FAGG Consent Discussion

SUB1ECT:
ABEYANCE - SDR-53435 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT: EARNEST PATTON - OWNER: PRAYER CENTER REVIVAL MINISTRIES -
For possible action on a request Ior a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 7,378
SQUARE-FOOT CHURCH/HOUSE OF WORSHIP WITH WAIVERS TO ALLOW
REDUCTIONS IN PORTIONS OF ALL LANDSCAPE BUFFERING REQUIREMENTS on
0.68 acres at 1316 and 1352 Miller Avenue and 1329 West Carey Avenue (APNs 139-21-510-
007, 073 and 074), C-V (Civic) Zone, Ward 5 (Barlow) |PRJ-53239|. StaII recommends
APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 7/16/2014
OR MAY BE FINAL ACTION (Unless Appealed Within 10 Days)

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:
Planning Commission Mtg. 1 Planning Commission Mtg. 2
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and StaII Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photos
5. JustiIication Letter
6. Protest and Support Postcards/Letters

SDR-53435 PR1-53239]
MR

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: JUNE 10, 2014
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: EARNEST PATTON - OWNER: PRAYER
CENTER REVIVAL MINISTRIES



`` STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) ``


CASE
AUMBER
RECOMMEADA1IOA
REQUIRED FOR
APPROJAL
SDR-53435 StaII recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions: N/A



`` CONDITIONS ``


SDk-53435 CONDIIIONS


Planning

1. This approval shall be void two years Irom the date oI Iinal approval, unless exercised
pursuant to the provisions oI LVMC Title 19.16. An Extension oI Time may be Iiled Ior
consideration by the City oI Las Vegas.

2. All development shall be in conIormance with the site plan date stamped 03/25/14, and
landscape plan and building elevations, date stamped 04/14/14, except as amended by
conditions herein.

3. Miller Avenue is hereby designated as the lot Iront. All development standards will be
orientated with Miller Avenue as the Iront property line and the primary structure will be
addressed oII oI said street.

4. Waivers Irom Table 4 oI LVMC Title 19.08.40 are hereby approved, to allow perimeter
landscape buIIer widths adjacent to public rights-oI-way oI six Ieet along the northern
property line, zero Ieet along a portion oI the east property line and eight Ieet along the south
property line where 15 Ieet is required.
SDR-53435 PR1-53239]
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Conditions Page Two
1une 10, 2014 - Planning Commission Meeting



5. Waivers Irom Table 4 oI LVMC Title 19.08.40 are hereby approved, to allow perimeter
landscape buIIer widths adjacent to interior property lines oI two Ieet along the northwest
property line, three Ieet along the north property line and three Ieet along the portions oI
southwest where eight Ieet is required.

6. An Exception Irom Title 19.08.110 is hereby approved, to allow Iive parking lot islands and
Iive 24-inch box trees where nine parking lot islands and nine 24-inch box trees are
required.

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

8. All necessary building permits shall be obtained and Iinal inspections shall be completed in
compliance with Title 19 and all codes as required by the Department oI Building and
SaIety.

9. These Conditions oI Approval shall be aIIixed to the cover sheet oI any plan set submitted
Ior building permit.

10. The trash enclosure on-site shall be constructed with solid metal gates and a rooI or trellis
structure.

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 Ior a building permit. A permanent underground sprinkler system
is required, and shall be permanently maintained in a satisIactory manner; the landscape
plan shall include irrigation speciIications. Installed landscaping shall not impede visibility
oI any traIIic control device.

12. A Iully operational Iire protection system, including Iire apparatus roads, Iire hydrants and
water supply, shall be installed and shall be Iunctioning prior to construction oI any
combustible structures.

13. All City Code requirements and design standards oI all City Departments must be satisIied,
except as modiIied herein.

Public Works

14. Dedicate a 15-Ioot radius on the northwest corner oI Miller Avenue and Lexington Street
and an additional 5-Ioot Ior a total radius oI 25 Ieet on the southwest corner oI Carey
Avenue and Lexington Street prior to the issuance oI any permits; coordinate with the
Right-oI-Way Section oI the Department oI Public Works Ior assistance in the preparation
oI appropriate documents.
SDR-53435 PR1-53239]
MR

Conditions Page Three
1une 10, 2014 - Planning Commission Meeting




15. Remove all substandard public street improvements and unused driveway cuts adjacent to
this site, iI any, and replace with new improvements meeting current City Standards
concurrent with development oI 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 oI this site.

16. Meet with the Fire Protection Engineering Section oI the Department oI Fire Services to
discuss Iire requirements Ior the proposed use oI this Iacility.

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

18. Submit an Encroachment Agreement Ior landscaping and private improvements, iI any, in
the Carey Avenue and Miller Avenue public rights-oI-way prior to the issuance oI permits
Ior these improvements. The applicant must carry an insurance policy Ior the term oI the
Encroachment Agreement and add the City oI Las Vegas as an additionally insured entity on
this insurance policy. II requested by the City, the applicant shall remove property
encroaching in the public right-oI-way at the applicant's expense pursuant to the terms oI the
City's Encroachment Agreement. The installation and maintenance oI all private
improvements in the public right oI way shall be the responsibility oI the adjacent property
owner(s) and shall be transIerred with the sale oI the property Ior the entire term oI the
Encroachment Agreement. Coordinate all requirements Ior the Encroachment Agreement
with the Land Development Section oI the Department oI Building and SaIety (229-4836).

19. Meet with the Flood Control Section oI the Department oI Public Works Ior assistance with
establishing Iinished Iloor elevations and drainage patterns Ior this site prior to submittal oI
construction plans or the issuance oI any building or grading permits, whichever may occur
Iirst. Provide and improve all drainage ways as recommended.

SDR-53435 PR1-53239]
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Staff Report Page One
1une 10, 2014 - Planning Commission Meeting


`` STAFF REPORT ``

PRO1ECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant is requesting Site Development Plan Review Ior a proposed 7,378 square-Ioot
Church/House oI Worship located on the west side oI Lexington Avenue between Miller Avenue
and Carey Avenue. There are three lots containing an existing 1,673 square-Ioot Church/House
oI Worship, an undeveloped lot, and a vacant building at 1316 Miller Avenue and 1329 West
Carey Avenue. The subject site is zoned C-V (Civic). This application will allow the site to be
cleared and new construction to occur. Five perimeter landscape buIIer Waivers and two
Exceptions to allow the reduction in parking lot landscape islands and parking lot vegetation are
required. The requested Waiver and Exceptions are minor in nature and the Church/House oI
Warship is compatible with the surrounding development; thereIore, staII recommends approval
oI this Site Development Plan Review.


ISSUES

The applicant is requesting Waivers to allow perimeter landscape buIIer widths adjacent
to public rights-oI-way to be six Ieet along the northern property line, zero Ieet along
portions oI the east property line and eight Ieet along the south property line where 15
Ieet is required.
The applicant is requesting Waivers to allow interior property line landscape buIIer
widths oI two Ieet wide along the northwest, three Ieet wide along the north and three
Ieet wide along portions oI the southwest where eight Ieet is required.
The applicant is requesting Exceptions to allow Iive parking lot landscape Iingers where
nine are required and to reduce the amount oI parking lot vegetation to Iive shrubs and
nine trees.
The site currently consists oI six subdivision lots over three separate parcels, and must be
remapped to combine these lots prior to issuance oI building permits.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
11/15/06
The City Council approved a General Plan Amendment (GPA-17129) request
to amend the Southeast Sector Plan Irom MLA (Medium Low Attached
Density Residential) to PF (Public Facilities), a Rezoning (ZON-16632)
request Irom C-1 (Limited Commercial) and C-2 (General Commercial) to C-
V (Civic) and a Site Development Plan Review (SDR-15034) request Ior a
5,750 square-Ioot expansion to an existing 1,673 square-Ioot church at 1316
and 1352 Miller Avenue and 1329 West Carey Avenue. The Planning
Commission and staII recommended approval. Theses entitlements expired on
11/15/08.
SDR-53435 PR1-53239]
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Staff Report Page Two
1une 10, 2014 - Planning Commission Meeting



Related Relevant City Actions by P&D, Fire, Bldg., etc
07/01/09
The City Council approved Ordinance #6046 and successIully changed the
zoning oI the property Irom C-1 (Limited Commercial) and C-2 (General
Commercial) to C-V (Civic).
10/22/09
The Planning Commission approved a Site Development Plan Review (SDR-
35912) request Ior a proposed 5,750 square-Ioot expansion to an existing
1,673 square-Ioot church with Waivers oI the perimeter landscape buIIer
requirements to allow one, eight and zero Ieet along the north, south, and east
perimeters, respectively, where 15 Ieet is required adjacent to right-oI-way
and two Ieet along the north and west perimeters where eight Ieet is required
along interior lot lines. StaII recommended approval. This entitlement expired
on 11/06/09.
12/17/12
A Final Map (FMP-47786) request to revert the APNs 139-21-510-007,073,
& 074 to acreage was submitted; the mylar set was submitted Ior review on
03/13/14.
05/13/14
The Planning Commission voted to hold this time in abeyance to the 06/10/14
Planning Commission meeting. The abeyance was requested by the Planning
Commission.


Most Recent Change of Ownership
09/20/01 A deed was recorded Ior a change in ownership.


Related Building Permits/Business Licenses
07/27/09
A building permit (#144228) was submitted; however, no permit was issued.
The building permit application expired on 05/01/12.
10/02/13
A building permit (#244252) Ior HVAC change out was issued. The permit
was not Iinalized.
08/05/09
Civil Improvement Plans (#24921 L-CIVIL) were submitted; however, they
were not approved.


Pre-Application Meeting
03/10/14
A pre-application meeting was held with the applicant to discuss the
Iollowing:

1. The submittal requirement Ior a Site Development Plan Review and
the possibility oI a parking Variance.
The building permit process Ior construction oI the new building
should it be approved.
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Aeighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting was not required, nor was one held.


Field Check
04/03/14
A Iield check was conducted oI the subject property, which revealed there are
two structure on the site.


Details of Application Request
Site Area
Net Acres 0.68


Surrounding
Property
Existing Land Use
Per 1itle 19.12
Planned or Special
Land Use Designation
Existing Zoning District
Subject Property
Church/House oI
Worship
PF (Public Facilities) C-V (Civic)
Government Facility
Public / Semi Public
(City oI North Las
Vegas)
C-1 (Neighborhood
Commercial) North Las
Vegas North
Church/House oI
Worship
MLA (Medium Low
Density Residential)
R-2 (Medium-Low
Density Residential)
Single Family,
Detached
MLA (Medium Low
Density Residential)
R-CL (Single Family
Compact-Lot)
South
Church/House oI
Worship
MLA (Medium Low
Density Residential)
C-2 (General
Commercial)
Single Family,
Detached
MLA (Medium Low
Density Residential)
R-2 (Medium-Low
Density Residential)
East
Restaurant
SC (Service
Commercial)
C-2 (General
Commercial)
Church/House oI
Worship
MLA (Medium Low
Density Residential)
R-2 (Medium-Low
Density Residential)
West
Undeveloped
MLA (Medium Low
Density Residential)
C-2 (General
Commercial)


Master Plan Areas Compliance
West Las Vegas Plan Y
Special Purpose and Overlay Districts Compliance
C-V (Civic) District Y
A-O (Airport Overlay) District (105 Feet) Y
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Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Project oI SigniIicant Impact (Development Impact NotiIication Assessment) N/A
Project oI Regional SigniIicance N/A


DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to the 19.1.2 and 19.., the following standards apply:
Standard Provided Compliance
Min. Lot Size 29,620 SF Y
Min. Lot Width 80 Feet Y
Min. Setbacks
Front
Side
Corner
Rear
8 Feet
11 Feet
21 Feet
54 Feet
Y
Y
Y
Y
Max. Lot Coverage 25 Y
Max. Building Height 19 Feet Y
Trash Enclosure
Screened,
Gated, w/
a RooI or
Trellis
Y*
Mech. Equipment Screened Y
* A condition oI approval has been added to ensure the trash enclosure complies with Title 19
requirements.


Pursuant to 1itle 19.8, the following standards apply:
Landscaping and Open Space Standards
Required
Standards
Ratio 1rees
Provided

Compliance

BuIIer Trees:
North
South
East
West
1 Tree / 20 Linear Feet
1 Tree / 20 Linear Feet
1 Tree / 20 Linear Feet
1 Tree / 20 Linear Feet
11 Trees
11 Trees
12 Trees
13 Trees
13 Trees
15 Trees
20 Trees
21 Trees
Y
Y
Y
Y
TOTAL PERIMETER TREES 47 Trees 69 Trees Y
Parking Area Trees
1 Tree / 6 Uncovered
Spaces, plus 1 tree at the
end oI each row oI spaces
9 Trees 5 Trees N

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LANDSCAPE BUFFER WIDTHS
Min. Zone Width
Adjacent to Rights-
oI-Way
North
South
East
15 Feet
15 Feet
15 Feet
6 Feet
8 Feet
0 Feet
N
N
N
Adjacent to interior
property lines
North
West
West
8 Feet
8 Feet
8 Feet
3 Feet
2 Feet
3 Feet
N
N
N
Wall Height 6 to 8 Feet Adjacent to Residential Not Indicated

Pursuant to 1itle 19.8 and 19.12, the following parking standards apply:
Parking Requirement
Required Provided Compliance
Parking Parking
Use
Cathering
size of non-
fixed seating
area
Parking
Ratio Regular
Handi-
capped
Regular
Handi-
capped
Church /
House oI
Worship
2,755 SF 1:100 SF

TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 27

34

Y
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required 25 2 32 2 Y

Waivers
Requirement Request Staff Recommendation
15-Ioot landscape buIIer
adjacent to right-oI-way.
A six-Ioot landscape
buIIer along the north
property line adjacent
to right-oI-way.
Approval
15-Ioot landscape buIIer
adjacent to right-oI-way.
A zero-Ioot landscape
buIIer along a portion
oI the east property line
adjacent to right-oI-
way.
Approval
15-Ioot landscape buIIer
adjacent to right-oI-way.
An eight-Ioot
landscape buIIer along
the south property line
adjacent to right-oI-
way.
Approval
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Waivers
Requirement Request Staff Recommendation
Eight-Ioot landscape buIIer
adjacent to the interior property
line.
A three-Ioot landscape
buIIer along a portion
oI the southwest
property line, adjacent
to interior lot lines.
Approval
Eight-Ioot landscape buIIer
adjacent to the interior property
line.
A three-Ioot landscape
buIIer along the north
property line, adjacent
to interior lot lines.
Approval
Eight-Ioot landscape buIIer
adjacent to the interior property
line.
A two-Ioot landscape
buIIer along the
northwest property line,
adjacent to interior lot
lines.
Approval

Exceptions
Requirement Request Staff Recommendation
Provide one landscape island
and one 24-inch box tree and
Iour 5-gallon shrubs per six
parking space and one
landscape island, one 24-inch
box tree and Iour 5-gallon
shrubs on the end oI parking
space rows.
The applicant is requesting an
Exception to allow Iive parking
lot landscape Iingers where nine
are required and to a reduction
in Iour 24-inch box trees and 16-
Iive gallon shrubs where nine
24-inch box trees and 36 Iive-
gallon shrubs are required.

Approval


ANALYSIS

This proposal is Ior a Site Development Plan Review (SDR-53435) Ior a proposed 7,378 square-
Ioot Church/House oI Worship located on parcels within the C-V (Civic) zoning district. This
site previously received land use entitlements |Site Development Plan Review (SDR-15034) and
Rezoning (ZON-16631)| Ior a 5,750 square-Ioot expansion to an existing 1,673 square-Ioot
house oI worship and a Rezoning Irom C-1 (Limited Commercial) and C-2 (General
Commercial) to C-V (Civic); however, these entitlements expired. On 07/01/09, the City Council
approved Ordinance #6046, successIully Rezoning the property Irom C-1 (Limited Commercial)
and C-2 (General Commercial) to C-V (Civic).
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This inIill project will construct a new church on the west side oI Lexington Street between
Miller Avenue and Carey Avenue. This development will remove two existing structures,
combine and repurpose three underutilized parcels to construct a new development in West Las
Vegas.

Public Works has noted that the redevelopment oI the site will require some type oI mapping and
thereIore, the Planning Department has imposed a condition that 'The applicant shall coordinate with
the City Surveyor and other city staII to determine the most appropriate mapping action necessary to
consolidate the existing lots. The mapping action shall be completed and recorded prior to the
issuance oI any building permits. Final Map (FMP-47786) has been submitted to meet this
requirement; however, as oI 04/28/14, the mylar release is pending the payment oI a City processing
Iee ($110).

Per Title 19.18, 'Lot Frontage is deIined as 'the side oI the lot which Ironts on a street or drive.
In the case oI a corner lot, the 'Iront oI the lot shall be considered to be the side which has the
lesser dimension in width, unless the Director authorizes another side to be designated as the
'Iront and attaches whatever conditions are deemed necessary to ensure that such alternative
designation does not result in land use incompatibility with the surrounding area.

Once the three lots are mapped into a single lot, the Director oI the Department oI Planning has
determined that Miller Avenue will be the Iront lot line and that all setbacks, development
standards and building addresses shall be adjusted to reIlect said determination.

With Miller Avenue designated as the Iront oI the property, this project complies with Title
19.10.020, Building and Plaza requirement, as the building is placed at the Iront setback line and
Iront entry and plaza oI the church have a strong visual tie to Miller Avenue and Lexington
Street. Parking is at the rear oI the building and the lot is consistent with the development
standards Ior the C-V (Civic) zoning district when adjacent to residential uses.

The primary structure is a metal building that will be veneered with stucco and painted in tans
and brown. The wall plans are broken up with two rows oI windows on the south and north
elevations and a single row oI square windows on the west elevation. The east elevation is the
main entrance consisting oI a covered entry with double doors that open to the east. This
elevation will visually read as the main entrance. The proposed site circulation and parking lot
layout is consistent with a house oI worship similar in size throughout the valley.

The application does not meet the minimum landscape buIIering code requirements. Per Title
19.08, a perimeter landscape buIIer oI 15 Ieet must be provided adjacent to all street rights-oI-
way. The site and landscape plans depict landscape buIIers ranging Irom Iive Ieet to 11 Ieet
along the north perimeter adjacent to Carey Avenue; a zero-Ioot to 12-Ioot landscape buIIer
along the west perimeter adjacent to Lexington Street; and an eight-Ioot landscape buIIer along
the perimeter adjacent to Miller Avenue. The reduction in landscape buIIering requirements
ranges between 53 and 100 percent along the public rights-oI-way.
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Per Title 19.08, a perimeter landscape buIIer oI eight Ieet must be provided adjacent to interior
lot lines. The site and landscape plans depicts an interior landscape buIIers that range Irom two
Ieet to 20 Ieet along the northwest property line, three Ieet to Iour Ieet along the north property
line and three Ieet to 11 Ieet along southwest property line. The reduction in landscape buIIering
requirements ranges between zero to 75 percent along interior property lines.

Additionally, an Exception is required to allow the reduction in the number oI parking lot islands
and landscaping requirements. SpeciIically, one parking lot island, one 24-inch box tree and
Iour, Iive-gallon shrubs Ior the parking lot adjacent to the house oI worship are proposed where
three landscape islands, three 36-inch box trees and 12 Iive-gallon shrubs are required.
Additional Exceptions are required to allow Iour landscape islands, Iour 24-inch box trees and 16
Iive-gallon shrubs within the northern parking lot, where six parking lot islands, six 24-inch box
trees and 24 Iive-gallon shrubs are required.

The applicant has provided a mix oI desert trees (Sweet Acacias, AIrican Sumac, Foot Hills Palo
Verde and Honey Mesquites) throughout the site that will have light green Ioliage with dashes oI
yellow blooms through the year. Red Push Pistachio have been incorporated Ior a splashes oI
orange and yellow Iall color. Rosemary is the predominate shrub utilized on this site. This plant
should provide a deep green Ioundation with lavender color blooms in winter and early spring. A
majority oI the trees species selected are consistent with the tree palette oI the West Las Vegas
Walkable Community Plan. In summation, the applicant has mitigated the reduction in landscape
buIIer widths and number oI landscape islands by providing more trees and shrubs overall than is
required by code and varying the type, quantity and spacing throughout the site.

The applicant has proposed a project that will enhance and beatiIy the community. The requested
Waivers and Exceptions are minor in nature and design solutions have been presented to reduce
their impacts. For these reasons, staII recommends approval oI this application.


FINDINGS (SDR-53435)

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

1. The proposed development is compatible with adjacent development and
development in the area;

The proposed development is compatible with adjacent developments and development
within the area.

2. The proposed development is consistent with the General Plan, this Title, the Design
Standards Manual, the Landscape, Wall and Buffer Standards, and other duly-
adopted city plans, policies and standards;
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The proposed development is consistent with the proposed General Plan designation oI PF
(Public Facilities) and a majority oI Title 19 requirements with exceptions Ior the
landscape buIIer widths on all property lines and the reduction in parking lot landscape
islands and parking lot trees. StaII supports the requested Waivers and Exceptions, as they
are minor in nature.

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

The site is accessed Irom Lexington Street, which is a 60-Ioot Right-oI-Way and will
provide adequate access to the site. Site access and circulation will not negatively impact
adjacent roadways and neighborhood traIIic.

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

The building materials are appropriate Ior the area and the city. Landscape materials are
also appropriate and a majority oI the tree selection is consistent with the plant palette oI
the West Las Vegas Walkable Community Plan.

5. Building elevations, design characteristics and other architectural and aesthetic
features are not unsightly, undesirable, or obnoxious in appearance; create an
orderly and aesthetically pleasing environment; and are harmonious and compatible
with development in the area;

The building elevations are not unsightly or obnoxious, and will be compatible with
development in the area.

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

The proposed development is subject to permit review and inspection; thereIore,
appropriate measures will be taken to protect the health, saIety and general welIare.


NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 10


NOTICES MAILED 262


APPROVALS 2


PROTESTS 1
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CLV Planning - Application Form
Page 1 of 2 3/25/2014 4:05:42 PM
Applicant Email: epttn@earthlink.net
Applicant Fax: 702 839-2624
Rep Last Name: Patton
Rep First Name: Earnest
Applicant State: NV
Applicant Phone: 702 395-4813
Applicant Zip: 89130
Rep Address: 5715 W Alexander Suite 155
Rep Email: epttn@earthlink.net
Rep Fax: 702 839-2624
Rep State: NV
Rep City: Las vegas
Rep Phone: 702 395-4813
Rep Zip: 89130
Assessors Parcel #(s): 13921510007, 13921510073, 13921510074
Project Name PRAYER CENTER REVIVAL MINISTRIES
Is the Application Information
Correct:
Yes
Ward #: WARD 5 (RICKI Y. BARLOW)
Application Number: PRJ-53239
Applicant City: Las vegas
ProjectAddress (Location): 1316 AND 1352 MILLER AVENUE AND 1329 WEST CAREY
Application/Petition For: SDR for Prayer Center Revival Ministries
If no, ...change what
Applicant First Name: Earnest
Additional Information:
Applicant Address: 5715 W Alexander Suite 155
Applicant Last Name: Patton
Zoning District: Proposed: Select
General Plan Designation: Proposed: Select
Lots/Units:
Gross Acres:
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Is the Owner Information Correct: Yes
If no, ...change what
! certify that ! am the applicant and
that the information submitted with
this application is true and accurate
to the best of my knowledge and
belief. ! understand that the City is
not responsible for inaccuracies in
information presented, and that
inaccuracies, false information or
incomplete application may cause
the application to be re]ected. !
further certify that ! am the owner
or purchaser or option holder of
the property involved in this
application, or the lessee or agent
fully authorized by the owner to
make this submission.
! Accept:
Yes
PRAYER CENTER REVIVAL
MINISTRIES
3290 E ASTORIA DR LAS VEGAS, NV 89121-2360
Owner(s) ADDR1 ADDR2
Earnest Patton E&M enterprises inc president epttn@earthlink.net
CLVEPLAN Applicant Company Title Email
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