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Feb 11, 2019

Planning Commission will meet on Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 6 p.m. at City Hall. Here are a few of the notable items on the agenda. Get the full agenda here and watch live starting at 6 p.m. on at kclv.tv/live. 

Agenda Items 17-21 — Mini Storage Facility at Buckskin Avenue and Rainbow Boulevard— This is a request for a three story, 899-unit, Mini-Storage Facility on 2.86 undeveloped acres at the southeast corner of Buckskin Avenue and Rainbow Boulevard. Staff recommends denial of following requests:

  • To amend a portion of the Centennial Hills Sector Plan from Desert Rural Density to Service Commercial
  • To rezone the site from Residence Estates to Limited Commercial
  • To allow a setback that does not meet the minimum required
  • To no orient the building to the corner as required

Staff also recommends denial of a request for a Special Use Permit.

Agenda Items 22-24 — Convenience Store with Fuel Pumps at Ann Road and Rainbow Boulevard— The applicant is proposing to construct a new 2,985 square-foot convenience store with fuel pumps and canopy at the northeast corner of Ann Road and Rainbow Boulevard. Staff recommends denial of following requests:

  • Special Use Permit to allow a Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale use in the Limited Commercial zone
  • Variance to allow setback that doesn’t meet the minimum required
  • Waiver to allow landscape buffer that doesn’t meet the minimum required
  • Waiver to not orient the building to the corner as required
  • Exception to allow no parking lot landscape islands as required

These items were held in abeyance to the March 12 meeting. 

Agenda Item 25 — Retail Buildings near Ann Road and Rainbow Boulevard— The applicant has proposed to construct two, 8,400 square-foot single-story general retail buildings adjacent to Rainbow Boulevard, approximately 85 feet north of Ann Road. Staff supports the waiver request to allow a zero-foot landscape buffer where eight is required along the eastern perimeter of the site.

This item was held in abeyance to the March 12 meeting. 

Agenda Items 26 & 27 — Convenience Store at 3010 West Sahara Avenue— This is a Site Development Plan Review and Special Use Permit request to allow a Convenience Store with fuel pumps and canopy and a Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale use at 3010 West Sahara Avenue. Staff recommends denial.

These items were held in abeyance to the April 9 meeting. 

Agenda Items 28 & 29 — Office Building at 610 South 8th Street— The applicant is proposing to convert an existing single-family dwelling into a proposed one-story 808 square-foot office building with an 80 square-foot storage shed at 610 South 8th Street. Staff supports the waiver requests, exception and rezoning of the location from Single Family Residential to Professional Office. APPROVED.

Agenda Items 30-38 — Amendment to Kyle Canyon Development Standards and Architectural Design Guidelines and Vacation of Drainage Easement — The requests are for a Major Modification to amend Development Agreement Exhibit M in the Kyle Canyon Development Standards and Architectural Design Guidelines with the inclusion of private, gated street sections and for the Vacation of a drainage easement on the northeast boundary of the area. Staff recommends approval.  APPROVED.

Agenda Items 39-41 — Primary Public School at 2831 Palomino Lane — This is a request for a Site Development Plan Review for a proposed new 94,056 square-foot school development on an existing Primary Public School site at 2831 Palomino Lane. APPROVED:

  •  Variance to allow less parking spaces than required
  • Variance to allow taller building height than maximum allowed; to allow no trees where trees are required; and to allow smaller landscape buffer than what is required
  • Variance to allow buildings within the development to not be oriented at the front of the site an the minimum setback line

Agenda Items 42-45 — Senior Citizen Apartments near Smoke Ranch Roach and Decatur Boulevard — This is a request for a proposed 191-unit Senior Citizen Apartments use, consisting of five 24-foot tall townhome apartment buildings and one 53-foot tall apartment building on 5.33 acres adjacent to the south side of Smoke Ranch Road, approximately 175 feet east of Decatur Boulevard. APPROVED:

  • Special Use Permit to allow proposed use to comply with Conditional Use Regulations
  • Special Use Permit to allow the 53-foot tall building within the 35-foot restriction of the Airport Overlay District
  • Variance to allow setback to be below the minimum required
  • Waiver to allow zero-feet landscape buffers where there are minimums required
  • Exception to allow 79 perimeter landscape buffer trees where 90 are required; and to allow 27 parking lot islands and end caps where 32 are required

Agenda Items 46-184 — 290-Lot Residential Subdivision — This is a request for a 290-lot residential subdivision with Waivers and Variances of Title 19 development standards on 127 acres located on the southwest and northeast sides of the Clark County 215, generally bounded by Ann Road, Hualapai Way, Washburn Road and Alpine Ridge Way. Staff recommends denial of following requests:

  • 64 Variances for reduced lot size requirements in Residence Estates zoning district
  • 75 Variances to allow reduced lot width requirements in the Single Family Residential zoning district
  • Variance to allow a Connectivity Ratio of 1.05 where 1.3 is required
  • Waivers of Title 19 Complete Streets Standards
  • Tentative Map that worsens the conflict with the Interlocal Agreement between the city and county

These items were held in abeyance to the March 12 meeting. 

Agenda Items 189 & 190 — General Retail Store at 6658 Sky Pointe Drive— This is a request for a Special Use Permit and Site Development Plan Review for a proposed 19,097 square-foot General Retail Store with a 21,400 square-foot Accessory Outdoor Storage area on 3.00 acres at 6658 Sky Pointe Drive. Staff supports all requests.

These items were held in abeyance to the March 12 meeting. 

Agenda Item 191— Massage Establishment at 1600 South Las Vegas Boulevard— This is a request for a Special Use Permit to allow a proposed Massage Establishment use with a distance separation waiver from a residentially zoned property at 1600 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Suite #120. Staff recommends approval. DENIED.

Agenda Item 192 — Massage Establishment at 124 South 6th Street— This is a request for a Special Use Permit to allow a proposed Massage Establishment use with distance separation waiver from protected land uses at 124 South 6th Street, #170. Staff recommends denial.

This item was held in abeyance to the March 12 meeting. 

Agenda Item 193 — Marijuana Dispensary at 2401 West Bonanza Road— This application is a request for a Special Use Permit for a proposed 20,225 square-foot Marijuana Dispensary to be located at 2401 West Bonanza Road, Suites B to Q. Staff recommends approval. DENIED.

Agenda Item 194 — Chick-fil-A at 1100 South Fort Apache Road— This is a request for a Site Development Plan Review for a proposed Restaurant with a Drive-Through and General Retail building at 1100 South Fort Apache Road. Staff recommends denial. APPROVED.

Agenda Item 195 — Mini-Storage Facility at 3301 Meade Avenue— This is a Site Development Plan Review request for a proposed 302-unit Mini-Storage Facility, including 59 recreational vehicle parking spaces with waivers of landscape requirements at 3301 Meade Avenue. Staff recommends denial. APPROVED.

Agenda Item 196 — Downtown Open Space and Trails Plan — Per the Vision 2045 Downtown Las Vegas Master Plan, the creation of additional open spaces in the form of parks, plazas, landscaped greenways and trails is one of the highest priorities. As outlined in “Big Idea #4: A Greener Downtown,” and more specifically stated in “Goal #1: Urban Environment,” the master plan states the need to establish a green infrastructure network that more than doubles the current amount of parks, trails and open space. In response to this need, a strategic plan, called the Downtown Open Space & Trails Plan, is being presented to provide specific scenarios that establish and grow an open space network that will span all 12 Downtown Master Plan Districts.  Staff recommends approval. 

This item was held in abeyance to the Feb. 26 meeting.