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PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA

COUNCIL CHAMBERS · 495 SOUTH MAIN STREET · PHONE 229-6011


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

LAS VEGAS CITY COUNCIL COMMISSIONERS


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

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advise of your need at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting. Dial 7-1-1 for Relay Nevada.

December 11, 2018


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

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

City Hall, 495 South Main Street, 1st Floor


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

ACTIONS: ALL ACTIONS EXCEPT GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENTS, REZONINGS AND RELATED CASES
THERETO ARE FINAL UNLESS AN APPEAL IS FILED BY THE APPLICANT OR AN
AGGRIEVED PERSON, OR A REVIEW IS REQUESTED BY A MEMBER OF THE CITY
COUNCIL WITHIN TEN DAYS AND PAYMENT OF THOSE COSTS SHALL BE MADE UPON
FILING OF THE APPLICATION.
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ANY ITEM LISTED IN THIS AGENDA MAY BE TAKEN OUT OF ORDER IF SO REQUESTED
BY THE APPLICANT, STAFF, OR A MEMBER OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION AND
AGREED TO BY THE PLANNING COMMISSION. THE PLANNING COMMISSION MAY
IMPOSE TIME LIMITATIONS, AS NECESSARY, ON THOSE PERSONS WISHING TO BE
HEARD ON ANY AGENDAED ITEM.

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING RULES OF CONDUCT:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

BUSINESS ITEMS:
1. CALL TO ORDER

2. ANNOUNCEMENT: COMPLIANCE WITH OPEN MEETING LAW

3. ROLL CALL

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

5. FOR POSSIBLE ACTION TO APPROVE THE FINAL MINUTES FOR THE PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING
OF NOVEMBER 13, 2018.

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

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

ONE MOTION - ONE VOTE


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

7. TMP-74862 - TENTATIVE MAP - GRAND MONTECITO COMMERCIAL SUBDIVISION -


APPLICANT/OWNER: MONTECITO TOWER, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Tentative Map FOR A
THREE-LOT COMMERCIAL SUBDIVISION on 13.62 acres at 6605 Grand Montecito Parkway (APN 125-20-803-018),
T-C (Town Center) Zone [MC-TC (Montecito - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-
74770]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

8. VAR-74812 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: EMA HOLDINGS, LLC - For possible
action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW TWO 2,600 SQUARE-FOOT MOBILE HOME PARK SPACES WHERE
4,000 SQUARE FEET IS REQUIRED on 1.70 acres at 4221 Stewart Avenue (APN 140-31-602-002), R-MHP
(Residential Mobile/Manufactured Home Park) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-74771]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

9. SDR-74813 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO VAR-74812 - PUBLIC HEARING -


APPLICANT/OWNER: EMA HOLDINGS, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Site Development Plan
Review TO ADD TWO SPACES TO AN EXISTING 11-SPACE MOBILE HOME PARK on 1.70 acres at 4221 Stewart
Avenue (APN 140-31-602-002), R-MHP (Residential Mobile/Manufactured Home Park) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-
74771]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

10. SUP-74716 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: LAS INK TATTOO - OWNER:
ABONA FAMILY, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED TATTOO
PARLOR/BODY PIERCING STUDIO USE at 4601 West Sahara Avenue, Suite K (APN 162-07-101-004), C-1 (Limited
Commercial) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-74658]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

11. SUP-74828 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: SIMON/CHELSEA LAS
VEGAS DEVELOPMENT, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 3,110
SQUARE-FOOT BEER/WINE/COOLER OFF-SALE ESTABLISHMENT USE at 855 South Grand Central Parkway,
Suite #1801 (APN 139-33-710-005), PD (Planned Development) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-74804]. Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

12. SUP-74832 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: APC TOWERS - OWNER:
DURANGO 95 MINI STORAGE PARTNERS, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A
PROPOSED 80-FOOT TALL WIRELESS COMMUNICATION FACILITY, STEALTH DESIGN (CLOCK TOWER) on
2.90 acres at 7580 Oso Blanca Road (APN 125-17-301-011), T-C (Town Center) Zone [GC-TC (General Commercial -
Town Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74009]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

13. SUP-74836 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: PIEROGI DEPOT - OWNER:
FONG & ASSOCIATES-MEADOWS, LTD., II, ET AL - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit
FOR A PROPOSED 1,433 SQUARE-FOOT BEER/WINE/COOLER ON-SALE ESTABLISHMENT USE at 8540 West
Lake Mead Boulevard, Suite #130 (APN 138-20-521-008), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 4 (Anthony) [PRJ-
74766]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

14. SNC-74759 - SREET NAME CHANGE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS -
For possible action on a Street Name Change FROM: CLARK AVENUE TO: ROBIN LEACH LANE between City
Parkway and Grand Central Parkway, Ward 5 (Crear) [PRJ-74833]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

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15. VAC-74824 - VACATION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: BEAZER HOMES HOLDINGS, LLC -
For possible action on a request for a Petition to Vacate a portion of a pedestrian access, streetlight, and traffic control
easement located on the northeast corner of Grand Teton Drive and Shaumber Road, Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74790]. Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS


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

17. ABEYANCE - ZON-74313 - REZONING RELATED TO GPA-74312 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT:


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

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

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

20. ABEYANCE - SUP-74127 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: GORDON
FAMILY TRUST - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED SHORT-TERM
RESIDENTIAL RENTAL USE at 5400 Irish Spring Street (APN 125-33-114-016), R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone,
Ward 4 (Anthony) [PRJ-74071]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

21. ABEYANCE - RENOTIFICATION - GPA-74633 - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING -


APPLICANT: KB HOME - OWNER: MS NORTHWEST LAND COMPANY - For possible action on a request for a
General Plan Amendment to amend the Trails Element of the Las Vegas 2020 Master Plan and all related maps on 60.39
acres at the northwest and northeast corners of Deer Springs Way and Grand Montecito Parkway (APNs 125-21-201-001;
125-20-601-003, 005 and 006; 125-20-602-002, 005, 006, 009, 010 and 011; and 125-20-603-001 through 004), T-C
(Town Center) Zone [MC-TC (Montecito - Town Center) and UC-TC (Urban Center - Town Center) Special Land Use
Designations], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74608]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

22. VAR-75154 - VARIANCE RELATED TO GPA-74633 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: KB HOME -


OWNER: MS NORTHWEST LAND COMPANY, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW
641 PARKING SPACES WHERE 811 IS THE MINIMUM REQUIRED FOR TWO MULTI-FAMILY
DEVELOPMENTS on 60.39 acres at the northwest and northeast corners of Deer Springs Way and Grand Montecito
Parkway (APNs 125-21-201-001; 125-20-601-003, 005 and 006; 125-20-602-002, 005, 006, 009, 010 and 011; and 125-
20-603-001 through 004), T-C (Town Center) Zone [MC-TC (Montecito - Town Center) and UC-TC (Urban Center -
Town Center) Special Land Use Designations], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74608]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

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23. ABEYANCE - RENOTIFICATION - SUP-74637 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO GPA-74633 AND
VAR-75154 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: KB HOME - OWNER: MS NORTHWEST LAND COMPANY
- For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED PRIVATE STREET WITHOUT A GATE
AND MULTIPLE GATED COMMUNITIES WITH PRIVATE STREETS WITHIN TOWN CENTER at the northwest
and northeast corners of Deer Springs Way and Grand Montecito Parkway (APNs 125-21-201-001; 125-20-601-003, 005
and 006; 125-20-602-002, 005, 006, 009, 010 and 011; and 125-20-603-001 through 004), T-C (Town Center) Zone [MC-
TC (Montecito - Town Center) and UC-TC (Urban Center - Town Center) Special Land Use Designations], Ward 6
(Fiore) [PRJ-74608]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

24. ABEYANCE - RENOTIFICATION - SDR-74638 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO GPA-
74633, VAR-75154 AND SUP-74637 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: KB HOME - OWNER: MS
NORTHWEST LAND COMPANY, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Site Development Plan Review FOR A
PROPOSED 303-LOT SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION AND TWO, MULTI-FAMILY
RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENTS, CONSISTING OF THREE-STORY BUILDINGS WITH A TOTAL UNIT COUNT
OF 491 APARTMENTS on 60.39 acres at the northwest and northeast corners of Deer Springs Way and Grand Montecito
Parkway (APNs 125-21-201-001; 125-20-601-003, 005 and 006; 125-20-602-002, 005, 006, 009, 010 and 011; and 125-
20-603-001 through 004), T-C (Town Center) Zone [MC-TC (Montecito - Town Center) and UC-TC (Urban Center -
Town Center) Special Land Use Designations], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74608]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

25. ABEYANCE - RENOTIFICATION - TMP-74639 - TENTATIVE MAP RELATED TO GPA-74633, VAR-75154,


SUP-74637 AND SDR-74638 - MONTECITO 60 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: KB HOME - OWNER: MS
NORTHWEST LAND COMPANY, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Tentative Map FOR A PROPOSED
303-LOT SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION AND TWO, 491-UNIT MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL
DEVELOPMENTS WITH A WAIVER TO ALLOW PRIVATE STREETS TO TERMINATE IN DEAD-END STUBS
AND MODIFIED HAMMERHEADS WHERE CULS-DE-SAC OR HAMMERHEADS ARE REQUIRED on 60.39
acres at the northwest and northeast corners of Deer Springs Way and Grand Montecito Parkway (APNs 125-21-201-001;
125-20-601-003, 005 and 006; 125-20-602-002, 005, 006, 009, 010 and 011; and 125-20-603-001 through 004), T-C
(Town Center) Zone [MC-TC (Montecito - Town Center) and UC-TC (Urban Center - Town Center) Special Land Use
Designations], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74608]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

26. ABEYANCE - ZON-73549 - REZONING - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS
- For possible action on a request for a Rezoning FROM: C-1 (LIMITED COMMERCIAL), M (INDUSTRIAL), PD
(PLANNED DEVELOPMENT), R-5 (APARTMENT) AND R-PD19 (RESIDENTIAL PLANNED DEVELOPMENT -
19 UNITS PER ACRE) TO: T4-C (T4 CORRIDOR), T5-C (T5 CORRIDOR), T5-MS (T5 MAIN STREET), T5-M (T5
MAKER), T5-N (T5 NEIGHBORHOOD), T6-UG (T6 URBAN GENERAL) AND T6-UG-L (T6 URBAN GENERAL
LIMITED) on approximately 307.00 acres in the Las Vegas Medical District generally located south of U.S. Highway 95,
west of Interstate 15, north of Charleston Boulevard, and east of Rancho Drive (APNs Multiple), Wards 1 and 5
(Tarkanian and Crear) [PRJ-74798]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

27. ABEYANCE - SUP-74656 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: 2800
FREMONT, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL
USE at the northeast corner of Oakey Boulevard and Atlantic Street (APNs 162-01-201-006 and 007), C-2 (General
Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-74513]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

28. ABEYANCE - SUP-74781 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO SUP-74656 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: 2800 FREMONT, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A
PROPOSED 13,651 SQUARE-FOOT PACKAGE LIQUOR OFF-SALE ESTABLISHMENT USE at the northeast corner
of Oakey Boulevard and Atlantic Street (APNs 162-01-201-006 and 007), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3
(Coffin) [PRJ-74513]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

29. ABEYANCE - SDR-74657 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO SUP-74656 AND SUP-74781
- PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: 2800 FREMONT, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Site
Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED TWO-STORY, 344-UNIT MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL
DEVELOPMENT AND A 132,664 SQUARE-FOOT COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT WITH A WAIVER TO
ALLOW COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS TO NOT BE LOCATED AT THE MINIMUM FRONT SETBACK LINE
WHERE SUCH IS REQUIRED on 25.55 acres at the northeast corner of Oakey Boulevard and Atlantic Street (APNs
162-01-201-006 and 007), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-74513]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

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30. ABEYANCE - SDR-74296 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: 3250 SPRING MOUNTAIN TRUST - For possible action on a request for a Major
Amendment to previously approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-71783) FOR A PROPOSED A 2,900
SQUARE-FOOT RESTAURANT WITH DRIVE THROUGH WITH A WAIVER OF THE INTERIM DOWNTOWN
LAS VEGAS SETBACK STANDARDS on 1.04 acres at 1141 South Las Vegas Boulevard (APN 162-03-112-021), C-2
(General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-74200]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

31. MOD-74628 - MAJOR MODIFICATION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: GREYSTONE NEVADA, LLC -
OWNER: SAITTA FAMILY TRUST - For possible action on a request for a Major Modification of the Town Center
Land Use Plan to amend the Special Land Use Designation FROM: SC-TC (SERVICE COMMERCIAL - TOWN
CENTER) TO: M-TC (MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL - TOWN CENTER) on 6.05 acres on the west side of
Tenaya Way, approximately 198 feet north of Sky Pointe Drive (APN 125-27-410-006), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74594].
Staff recommends APPROVAL.

32. VAR-74692 - VARIANCE RELATED TO MOD-74628 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: GREYSTONE


NEVADA, LLC - OWNER: SAITTA FAMILY TRUST - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW
A 25-FOOT RESIDENTIAL ADJACENCY SETBACK WHERE 72 FEET IS REQUIRED on 6.05 acres on the west side
of Tenaya Way, approximately 198 feet north of Sky Pointe Drive (APN 125-27-410-006), SC-TC (Service Commercial -
Town Center) Special Land Use Designation [PROPOSED: M-TC (Medium Density Residential - Town Center)], Ward 6
(Fiore) [PRJ-74594]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

33. SDR-74631 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO MOD-74628 AND VAR-74692 - PUBLIC
HEARING - APPLICANT: GREYSTONE NEVADA, LLC - OWNER: SAITTA FAMILY TRUST - For possible
action on a request for a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 91-UNIT, TWO-STORY MEDIUM
RESIDENTIAL (CONDOMINIUM) DEVELOPMENT WITH A WAIVER OF TOWN CENTER STREETSCAPE
STANDARDS on 6.05 acres on the west side of Tenaya Way, approximately 198 feet north of Sky Pointe Drive (APN
125-27-410-006), SC-TC (Service Commercial - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation [PROPOSED: M-TC
(Medium Density Residential - Town Center)], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74594]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

34. TMP-74632 - TENTATIVE MAP RELATED TO MOD-74628, VAR-74692 AND SDR-74631 - N TENAYA WAY
& SKY POINTE DR MULTI-FAMILY CONDOMINIUMS - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: GREYSTONE
NEVADA, LLC - OWNER: SAITTA FAMILY TRUST - For possible action on a request for a Tentative Map FOR A
PROPOSED 91-UNIT CONDOMINIUM DEVELOPMENT on 6.05 acres on the west side of Tenaya Way,
approximately 198 feet north of Sky Pointe Drive (APN 125-27-410-006), SC-TC (Service Commercial - Town Center)
Special Land Use Designation [PROPOSED: M-TC (Medium Density Residential - Town Center)], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-
74594]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

35. ZON-74853 - REZONING - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: BEAZER HOMES - OWNER: JOHN
SETAREH - For possible action on a request for a Rezoning FROM: R-E (RESIDENCE ESTATES) TO: R-SL
(RESIDENTIAL SMALL LOT) on 10.31 acres on the east side of Bradley Road, 279 feet south of Turkey Lane (APNs
125-24-801-013 through 017), Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74709]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

36. VAR-74854 - VARIANCE RELATED TO ZON-74853 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: BEAZER HOMES -
OWNER: JOHN SETAREH - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW A 1.00 CONNECTIVITY
RATIO WHERE 1.30 IS THE MINIMUM REQUIRED on 10.31 acres on the east side of Bradley Road, 279 feet south of
Turkey Lane (APNs 125-24-801-013 through 017), R-E (Residence Estates) Zone [PROPOSED: R-SL (Residential Small
Lot)], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74709]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

37. VAC-74929 - VACATION RELATED TO ZON-74853 AND VAR-74854 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT:
BEAZER HOMES - OWNER: JOHN SETAREH - For possible action on a request for a Petition to Vacate a portion of
public right-of-way generally located north of Clark County 215 between Bradley Road and Thom Boulevard, Ward 6
(Fiore) [PRJ-74709]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

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38. TMP-74856 - TENTATIVE MAP RELATED TO ZON-74853, VAR-74854 AND VAC-74929 - BRADLEY AND
215 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: BEAZER HOMES - OWNER: JOHN SETAREH - For possible action
on a request for a Tentative Map FOR A 44-LOT SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION WITH WAIVERS
TO ALLOW NO INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR STREETLIGHTS WHERE SUCH ARE REQUIRED; TO ALLOW A
180-FOOT EXTERNAL INTERSECTION OFFSET WHERE 220 FEET IS REQUIRED; AND TO ALLOW NO
LANDSCAPE BUFFER ADJACENT TO BRADLEY ROAD WHERE SIX FEET IS REQUIRED on 10.31 acres on the
east side of Bradley Road, 279 feet south of Turkey Lane (APNs 125-24-801-013 through 017), R-E (Residence Estates)
Zone [PROPOSED: R-SL (Residential Small Lot)], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74709]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

39. VAR-74817 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: HAMID PANAHI - OWNER: AMD UNITED
HOLDINGS, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW ZERO ADDITIONAL PARKING
SPACES WHERE 31 ADDITIONAL PARKING SPACES ARE REQUIRED FOR AN EXISTING PARKING
IMPAIRED DEVELOPMENT on 1.17 acres at 5000 West Charleston Boulevard (APNs 138-36-804-002 and 003), C-1
(Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-74764]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

40. VAR-75056 - VARIANCE RELATED TO VAR-74817 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: HAMID PANAHI -
OWNER: AMD UNITED HOLDINGS, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW A ZERO-
FOOT SIDE YARD SETBACK WHERE 10 FEET IS REQUIRED AND A ZERO FOOT REAR YARD SETBACK
WHERE 20 FEET IS REQUIRED on 1.17 acres at 5000 West Charleston Boulevard (APNs 138-36-804-002 and 003), C-
1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-74764]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

41. SUP-74818 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO VAR-74817 AND VAR-75056 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT: HAMID PANAHI - OWNER: AMD UNITED HOLDINGS, LLC - For possible action on a request for
a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 3,939 SQUARE-FOOT AUTO REPAIR GARAGE, MINOR USE at 5000
West Charleston Boulevard (APNs 138-36-804-002 and 003), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-
74764]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

42. SDR-74819 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO VAR-74817, VAR-75056 AND SUP-74818 -
PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: HAMID PANAHI - OWNER: AMD UNITED HOLDINGS, LLC - For
possible action on a request for Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 3,939 SQUARE-FOOT BUILDING
ADDITION AND PARKING LOT RECONFIGURATION TO AN EXISTING RETAIL DEVELOPMENT WITH A
WAIVER TO ALLOW SERVICE BAY DOORS TO FACE THE RIGHT-OF-WAY on 1.17 acres at 5000 West
Charleston Boulevard (APNs 138-36-804-002 and 003), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-
74764]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

43. VAR-75066 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: GRIND MODE 1, LLC - For possible
action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW ZERO ADDITIONAL PARKING SPACES WHERE TWO
ADDITIONAL PARKING SPACES ARE REQUIRED FOR AN EXISTING PARKING IMPAIRED DEVELOPMENT
on 2.00 acres at 2901 North Rancho Drive (APN 138-13-601-019), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 5 (Crear)
[PRJ-74777]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

44. SUP-74861 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO VAR-75066 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
GRIND MODE 1, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED TRUCK
RENTAL USE at 2901 North Rancho Drive (APN 138-13-601-019), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 5 (Crear)
[PRJ-74777]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

45. VAR-74681 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: TOMAS RAMIRO XECHE-AJCAC,


ET AL - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW A ZERO-FOOT SIDE AND REAR YARD
SETBACK WHERE THREE FEET IS REQUIRED FOR AN EXISTING 504 SQUARE-FOOT ACCESSORY
STRUCTURE (CLASS II) [CASITA] on 0.14 acres at 713 Digger Street (APN 138-36-711-013), R-1 (Single Family
Residential) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-74575]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

46. VAR-74821 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: CADEA ROBINSON - OWNER: SMOKE
RANCH PLAZA, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW ZERO ADDITIONAL PARKING
SPACES WHERE FIVE ADDITIONAL SPACES ARE REQUIRED FOR AN EXISTING PARKING IMPAIRED
DEVELOPMENT on 0.15 acres at 6663 Smoke Ranch Drive (APN 138-23-110-007), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone,
Ward 5 (Crear) [PRJ-74663]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

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47. VAR-74839 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: OPPORTUNITY VILLAGE - OWNER: STATE
OF NEVADA DIVISION OF LANDS - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW SIX PARKING
SPACES WHERE 207 SPACES ARE REQUIRED FOR AN EXISTING SOCIAL SERVICE PROVIDER on 6.94 acres
at 6300 West Oakey Boulevard (APN 163-02-601-005), C-V (Civic) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-74809]. Staff
recommends DENIAL.

48. VAR-74846 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: ANTHONY NUSHIKYAN - OWNER:


SHERIDAN DJC, LLC, ET AL - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW ZERO ADDITIONAL
PARKING SPACES WHERE 50 ADDITIONAL PARKING SPACES ARE REQUIRED FOR AN EXISTING
PARKING IMPAIRED DEVELOPMENT on 0.29 acres at 3065 Sheridan Street (APN 162-08-302-016), M (Industrial)
Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-74786]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

49. SUP-74814 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: SEVAG MARDIROSSIAN -
OWNER: CHARLESTON MANOR SUB A, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A
PROPOSED 8,800 SQUARE-FOOT TAVERN-LIMITED ESTABLISHMENT USE WITH AN 845 SQUARE-FOOT
OUTDOOR SEATING AREA at 102, 104, 106, 108 and 110 East Charleston Boulevard (APN 162-03-110-073), C-2
(General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-73696]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

50. SDR-74815 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO SUP-74814 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT: SEVAG MARDIROSSIAN - OWNER: CHARLESTON MANOR SUB A, LLC - For possible action
on a request for a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED TWO-STORY MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT,
INCLUDING 8,800 SQUARE FEET OF COMMERCIAL SPACE, 845 SQUARE-FOOT OUTDOOR SEATING AREA
AND SIX RESIDENTIAL UNITS WITH A WAIVER OF INTERIM DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS ARCHITECTURAL
DESIGN AND SETBACK STANDARDS on 0.27 acres at 102, 104, 106, 108 and 110 East Charleston Boulevard (APN
162-03-110-073), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-73696]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

51. SUP-74837 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: ISAIAH 55:11 SERIES
MICHAH 6:8 - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 3,347 SQUARE-FOOT
LIQUOR ESTABLISHMENT (TAVERN) USE WITH A WAIVER OF TOWN CENTER DEVELOPMENT
STANDARDS TO ALLOW THE USE WITHIN A DEVELOPMENT WITH AN AGGREGATE ACREAGE OF 41.13
WHERE 50 ACRES IS THE MINIMUM REQUIRED at the southwest corner of Rome Boulevard and Riley Street (APN
125-20-802-003), T-C (Town Center) Zone [SC-TC (Service Commercial - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation],
Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74772]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

52. SUP-74838 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO SUP-74837 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
ISAIAH 55:11 SERIES MICHAH 6:8 - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED
3,347 SQUARE-FOOT GAMING ESTABLISHMENT, RESTRICTED LICENSE WITH A WAIVER OF TOWN
CENTER DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS TO ALLOW A 114-FOOT DISTANCE SEPARATION FROM A SINGLE-
FAMILY DETACHED DWELLING WHERE 330 FEET IS THE MINIMUM REQUIRED at the southwest corner of
Rome Boulevard and Riley Street (APN 125-20-802-003), T-C (Town Center) Zone [SC-TC (Service Commercial - Town
Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74772]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

53. SUP-74735 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: HOME VACAY LV, LLC -
For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL
USE at 6417 Peppermill Drive (APN 163-02-414-031), R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-
74734]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

54. SUP-74789 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: NANCY FALLON TRUST
- For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR AN EXISTING SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL
RENTAL USE at 1501 Montessouri Street (APN 163-03-602-007), R-E (Residence Estates) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian)
[PRJ-74757]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

55. SUP-74820 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: ANTHONY KERSHAW -
For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR AN EXISTING SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL
USE at 3408 Casa Grande Avenue (APN 162-05-310-068), R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian)
[PRJ-75032]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

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56. SUP-74822 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: DOLENTE RETREAT
REVOCABLE PROPERTY TRUST - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED
SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL USE at 9121 Dolente Avenue (APN 138-08-412-024), R-CL (Single Family
Compact-Lot) Zone, Ward 4 (Anthony) [PRJ-74203]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

57. SUP-74849 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: ZIAD, LLC - For possible
action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR AN EXISTING SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL USE at 1231
Shadow Lane (APN 162-04-104-004), R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-74848]. Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

58. SUP-74850 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: RANBIR SIDHU - For
possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL
USE WITH A WAIVER TO ALLOW A ZERO-FOOT DISTANCE SEPARATION FROM A SIMILAR USE WHERE
660 FEET IS REQUIRED at 150 North Las Vegas Boulevard, Unit 1113 (APN 139-34-613-074), C-2 (General
Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-74792]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

59. SUP-74864 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: GANDHI SURESH &
SMITA FAMILY TRUST, ET AL - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR AN EXISTING
SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL USE at 3736 Dorrington Drive (APN 138-08-222-010), R-CL (Single Family
Compact-Lot) Zone, Ward 4 (Anthony) [PRJ-74825]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

60. SUP-74865 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: GANDHI SURESH &
SMITA FAMILY TRUST, ET AL - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR AN EXISTING
SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL USE at 8876 Fort Crestwood Drive (APN 138-08-213-001), R-CL (Single
Family Compact-Lot) Zone, Ward 4 (Anthony) [PRJ-74826]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

61. SUP-74867 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: JOHN JACK LAS
VEGAS, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR AN EXISTING SHORT-TERM
RESIDENTIAL RENTAL USE at 1101 South 6th Street (APN 162-03-511-002), R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone,
Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-74827]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

62. SUP-74868 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: YONITCO, LLC - For
possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR AN EXISTING SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL
USE at 1908 Chapman Drive (APN 162-02-312-013), R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-
74829]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

63. SUP-74869 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: WILLIAM & JEAN LUI -
For possible action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR AN EXISTING SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL
USE at 2017 Casa Vista Drive (APN 163-02-311-005), R-E (Residence Estates) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-74831].
Staff recommends APPROVAL.

64. SDR-74816 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: LVMC
DEVELOPMENT, LLC - OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS - For possible action on a request for a Site Development
Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 138,000 SQUARE-FOOT GOVERNMENT FACILITY WITH WAIVERS OF THE
INTERIM DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS AREA 1 DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS on 0.98 acres at the southeast corner
of Clark Avenue and 1st Street (APNs Multiple), C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-74788]. Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

DIRECTOR'S BUSINESS:
65. DIR-74938 - DIRECTOR'S BUSINESS - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS -
For possible action on a request for the Election of the 2019 Planning Commission Officers. Staff has NO
RECOMMENDATION.

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

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Agenda Item No.: 1.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD

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

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD

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

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD

SUBJECT:
ROLL CALL
Agenda Item No.: 4.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD

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

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD

SUBJECT:
FOR POSSIBLE ACTION TO APPROVE THE FINAL MINUTES FOR THE PLANNING
COMMISSION MEETING OF NOVEMBER 13, 2018.
Agenda Item No.: 6.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

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

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
TMP-74862 - TENTATIVE MAP - GRAND MONTECITO COMMERCIAL SUBDIVISION -
APPLICANT/OWNER: MONTECITO TOWER, LLC - For possible action on a request for a
Tentative Map FOR A THREE-LOT COMMERCIAL SUBDIVISION on 13.62 acres at 6605
Grand Montecito Parkway (APN 125-20-803-018), T-C (Town Center) Zone [MC-TC
(Montecito - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74770]. Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 1/16/2019


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

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


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

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s)
5. Justification Letter
TMP-74862 [PRJ-74770]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: MONTECITO TOWER, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
TMP-74862 Staff recommends APPROVAL.

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 29

NOTICES MAILED N/A

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 0

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** CONDITIONS **

TMP-74862 CONDITIONS

Planning

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

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

3. In conjunction with creation, declaration and recordation of the subject common-


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

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

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


Subdivision Statutes.

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Public Works

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

7. Per Title 19.16.040.W.2, provide the correct commercial subdivision sewer note on
the Final Map for this site. The note shall meet the approval of the Sanitary Sewer
Section of the Department of Public Works.

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

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

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** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant is proposing a three-lot commercial subdivision on 13.62 acres at the


southwest corner of Rome Boulevard and Grand Montecito Parkway.

ANALYSIS

The subject site is located on the southwest corner of Rome Boulevard and Grand
Montecito Parkway. Located within the Town Center Master Plan Area, the site currently
has two designations, UC-TC (Urban Center Mixed Use – Town Center) Special Land
Use Designation and MC-TC (Montecito – Town Center) Special Land Use Designation.

The UC-TC (Urban Center Mixed Use – Town Center) portion of the site encompasses
the western parking lot area and the southernmost parking lot area. The intent of the
Urban Center Mixed Use District is to enable development with imaginative site and
building design and maximize the use of the property. These developments should have
a compatible mixture of land uses and encourage employment opportunities and the
provision of goods and services to the Centennial Hills area of the City.

The remaining portion of the site adjacent to the corner of Rome Boulevard and Grand
Montecito Parkway is the portion designated MC-TC (Montecito – Town Center), and
currently contains a six-story office building. The Montecito District is intended to be a
multi-use activity center focused on walkability and the opportunity for residents to have
access to a variety of destinations. The Montecito District is the most appropriate area
within Centennial Hills for large scale mixed-use and multi-use developments, and is
envisioned as having a balanced mix of office, retail, residential and entertainment uses.
Within this District there are no rigid design requirements, but instead the focus is on the
interaction between the public and private realm, ease of pedestrian circulation, and
abundance of open space. The central location of the Montecito District within Town
Center supports medium to high density and intensity of diverse uses, which are
encouraged in order to create a vibrant neighborhood. The Montecito District shall be
limited to the boundaries of Montecito (MC-TC) and may not be expanded. No request
to modify the District beyond the depicted boundaries will be accepted or processed.
Due to subject site containing two Town Center designations, the site would not qualify
as a one-lot commercial subdivision until the site is designated as one Town Center
designation.

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The applicant has proposed to create a three-lot commercial subdivision that creates
one lot for the western parking lot area, one lot for the southernmost parking area
adjacent to the Clark County 215, and one-lot for the portion of the site containing the
office building. The lot lines would overlay existing boundaries of Town Center Special
Land Use Designations that are present on the site.

Staff notes that the natural grade of the property is not shown on the submitted cross
sections however, no retaining walls are proposed as the majority of the site is
constructed. Only one undeveloped pad site remains adjacent to Rome Boulevard. If
approved, each lot will require separate utility connections and meters. The property
owner will be responsible for the costs associated with separating the utilities and
providing meters for each lot.

The map meets and complies with Title 19 and NRS 278 requirements for a Tentative
Map; therefore, staff recommends approval with conditions. If denied, the existing parcel
would remain.

FINDINGS (TMP-74862)

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

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

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


The City Council approved the Town Center Development Standards
(TCDS) Manual through Bill No. 2001-100. The TCDS details the uses
11/07/01
permitted within Town Center and the development standards that will
accomplish the vision of Town Center.
The City Council approved an Annexation (A-0038-02) that included
parcel 125-20-803-003 as part of a larger request. The Planning
02/05/03
Commission and staff recommended approval. The effective date was
02/14/03.
The City Council approved a Petition to Vacate (VAC-2420) a portion
of Darling Road, west of Durango Drive. The Planning Commission
08/06/03
and staff recommended approval. The Order of Vacation was
recorded 02/10/04.

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


The City Council approved a Petition to Vacate (VAC-2948) a portion
of Durango Drive between Darling Road and Centennial Parkway.
11/05/03
The Planning Commission and staff recommended approval. The
Order of Vacation was recorded 03/26/04.
The Planning Commission approved a Site Development Plan Review
(SDR-13684) for a 186,300 square foot, six-story office building and a
07/13/06 41,377 square-foot parking structure on 8.01 acres at the southwest
corner of Rome Boulevard and Grand Montecito Parkway. Staff
recommended approval.
The Planning Commission approved a Master Sign Plan (MSP-30236)
11/20/08 for a commercial development on 7.96 acres at 6605 Grand Montecito
Parkway Staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Waiver (WVR-35710) to allow a 394
cubic-foot utility box to be set back zero feet from public right-of-way
11/04/09 with no required landscaping where three feet of landscaping is
required at 6605 Grand Montecito Parkway. The Planning
Commission and staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request for a Rezoning (ZON-43792)
from: U (Undeveloped) [TC (Town Center) General Plan Designation]
to: T-C (Town Center) [MS-TC (Main Street Mixed Use – Town Center)
Special Land Use Designation] located at the northwest corner of
Grand Montecito Parkway and Clark County 215. The Planning
Commission and staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request for a Site Development Plan
02/15/12 Review (SDR-43790) for a proposed parking lot with waivers of the
town center landscape buffer and parking lot landscaping standards
and waivers of Title 19.08 Landscape Buffer Standards to allow a
zero-foot buffer along the north and south sides of a shared property
line and a six-foot buffer along portions of the south and west property
lines where eight feet is required located at the northwest corner of
Grand Montecito Parkway and Clark County 215. The Planning
Commission and staff recommended approval.

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


The City Council approved a request for a Site Development Plan
Review (SDR-54327) for a proposed four level parking garage with
waivers of the Town Center commercial development standards to
allow a building height of 50 feet where 35 feet is the maximum height
allowed, to allow the build-to-line to be 80 percent where 60 percent is
the maximum allowed, to allow a zero-foot side setback on the north
and a portion of the south perimeter where a minimum of ten feet is
required, to allow an eleven-foot perimeter landscape buffer along the
08/20/14
east property line where 15 feet is required; a Waiver of Title 19.08 to
allow a zero-foot landscape buffer on the north and a portion of the
south perimeters where a minimum of eight feet is required; and a
Waiver of the Montecito Town Center Timberlake buffer area to allow a
multi-story building where only a single-story buildings are permitted
on 0.85 acres at the northwest corner of Grand Montecito Parkway
and Clark County 215. The Planning Commission recommended
approval, staff recommended denial.
The City Council approved a request for a Rezoning (ZON-57131)
from: U (Undeveloped) [TC (Town Center) General Plan Designation]
to: T-C (Town Center) on property located adjacent to the south side of
Rome Boulevard, 200 feet west of Grand Montecito Parkway. The
Planning Commission and staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request for a Site Development Plan
02/18/15 Review (SDR-56848) for a proposed parking facility with waivers to
allow a zero-foot perimeter landscape buffer where 15 feet is required
along the north perimeter and a five-foot wide buffer along the east
perimeter where an eight-foot buffer is required on property located
adjacent to the south side of Rome Boulevard, 200 feet west of Grand
Montecito Parkway. The Planning Commission and staff
recommended approval.
The Parcel Map (PMP-59654) technical review for a one-lot merger
01/06/16 and resubdivision on a property located at the southwest corner of
Rome Boulevard and Grand Montecito Parkway was recorded.
Staff administratively approved a Site Development Plan Review
05/31/17 (SDR-70320) for a proposed 434 space parking lot expansion on a
5.10 acre portion of 13.62 acres at 6605 Grand Montecito Parkway.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


02/01/18 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

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Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A building permit (#07002844) was issued for an office shell building for
10/05/07 certificate of completion at 6650 Grand Montecito Parkway. A final
inspection was approved 12/07/09.
A building permit (#C-260362, #C-261733 and #C-261739) was issued
07/10/14 for an office tenant improvement at 6605 Grand Montecito Parkway. The
permit received its final inspection on 11/17/14.
A building permit (#C-298570) was issued for an office tenant
10/22/15 improvement at 6605 Grand Montecito Parkway. The permit received its
final inspection on 01/11/17.
A building permit (#C-343966) was issued for an office tenant
06/28/17 improvement at 6605 Grand Montecito Parkway. The permit received its
final inspection on 10/31/17.
A building permit (#C18-03121) was issued for a gymnasium tenant
09/11/18 improvement at 6605 Grand Montecito Parkway. The permit received its
final inspection on 10/24/18.

Pre-Application Meeting
Staff conducted a pre-application meeting with the applicant where the
10/17/18 submittal requirements and deadlines were reviewed for a proposed
one-lot commercial subdivision.

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

Field Check
Staff conducted a routine field check where the subject was
11/01/18
observed. Nothing of concern was noted by staff.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 13.62

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December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding
Use Per Title Land Use Existing Zoning District
Property
19.12 Designation
MS-TC (Main Street
Subject Office, Other than
Mixed Use) T-C (Town Center)
Property Listed
MC-TC (Montecito)
Single Family,
North MC-TC (Montecito) T-C (Town Center)
Detached
South CC215 Right-of-Way Right-of-Way
Private School,
Primary MC-TC (Montecito)
East Undeveloped T-C (Town Center)
Single Family,
L (Low Residential)
Detached
Undeveloped
West MC-TC (Montecito) T-C (Town Center)

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


Town Center Development Standards Y
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
T-C (Town Center) District – Montecito (MS-TC) Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails Y
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Interlocal Agreement N/A
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification N/A
Assessment)
Project of Regional Significance N/A

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Town Center
Rome Town Center
Development 80 Y
Boulevard Collector
Standards Manual
Grand Town Center
Town Center
Montecito Development 90 Y
Loop
Parkway Standards Manual

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TMP-74862 [PRJ-74770] - TENTATIVE MAP - APPLICANT/OWNER: MONTECITO TOWER, LLC
6605 GRAND MONTECITO PARKWAY
11/01/2018
TMP-74862 [PRJ-74770] - TENTATIVE MAP - APPLICANT/OWNER: MONTECITO TOWER, LLC
6605 GRAND MONTECITO PARKWAY
11/01/2018
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ऑผਙऑ֭ผ‫ੂש‬㈠

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Ա֭⎯‫ש‬7ʉħ⎯γ֭⎯ⓒ

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Agenda Item No.: 8.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
VAR-74812 - VARIANCE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: EMA HOLDINGS,
LLC - For possible action on a request for a Variance TO ALLOW TWO 2,600 SQUARE-
FOOT MOBILE HOME PARK SPACES WHERE 4,000 SQUARE FEET IS REQUIRED on
1.70 acres at 4221 Stewart Avenue (APN 140-31-602-002), R-MHP (Residential
Mobile/Manufactured Home Park) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-74771]. Staff recommends
APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 1/16/2019


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

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


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

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps - VAR-74812 and SDR-74813 [PRJ-74771]
2. Conditions and Staff Report - VAR-74812 and SDR-74813 [PRJ-74771]
3. Supporting Documentation - VAR-74812 and SDR-74813 [PRJ-74771]
4. Photo(s) - VAR-74812 and SDR-74813 [PRJ-74771]
5. Justification Letter - VAR-74812 and SDR-74813 [PRJ-74771]
6. Support Postcards for VAR-74812 and SDR-74813 [PRJ-74771]
VAR-74812 and SDR-74813 [PRJ-74771]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: EMA HOLDINGS, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
VAR-74812 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:
SDR-74813 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions: VAR-74813

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 26

NOTICES MAILED 533 - VAR-74812 and SDR-74813

PROTESTS 0 - VAR-74812 and SDR-74813

APPROVALS 3 - VAR-74812 and SDR-74813

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** CONDITIONS **

VAR-74812 CONDITIONS
Planning

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


Plan Review (SDR-74813) shall be required, if approved.

2. Conformance to the approved conditions for Rezoning (Z-0078-70).

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

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

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

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

SDR-74813 CONDITIONS
Planning

1. Approval of and conformance to the Conditions of Approval for Rezoning (Z-0078-


70 shall be required, if approved.

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

3. All development shall be in conformance with the site plan/landscape plan, date
stamped 10/17/18, except as amended by conditions herein.

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4. The site plan shall be revised and approved by the Department of Planning staff,
prior to the time application is made for civil plans or building permits, to reflect the
provision of two unimpeded parking spaces per each proposed mobile home lease
space.

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

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

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


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

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

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

Public Works

10. Correct all American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) deficiencies on the sidewalks and
driveways adjacent to this site in accordance with code requirements of Title
13.56.040 to the satisfaction of the City Engineer concurrent with development of
this site. Grant Public Pedestrian Access Easements if “pan” style driveways
remain.

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

12. Meet with the Flood Control Section of the Department of Public Works for
assistance with establishing finished floor elevations and drainage paths for this
site prior to submittal of construction plans, the issuance of any building or grading
permits or the submittal of a map for this site, whichever may occur first. Provide
and improve all drainage ways as recommended.

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** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request for a Site Development Plan Review to add two spaces that do not
meet the minimum lot size requirements to an existing 11-space Mobile Home Park at
4221 Stewart Avenue.

ISSUES

 The applicant has requested a Variance (VAR-74812) to allow two 2,600 square-
foot lots where 4,000 square feet is the minimum allowed within the R-MHP
(Residential Mobile/Manufactured Home Park) zoning district.

ANALYSIS

The Planning Commission approved Variance (VAR-49174) and Site Development Plan
Review (SDR-49173) to allow the addition of two 2,600 square-foot lots within the
subject Mobile Home Park on June 11, 2013. Both entitlements were granted a two-
year Extension of Time (EOT-59659 and EOT-59733) by the Planning Commission on
August 11, 2015. As the previously approved entitlements were never acted on and
have since expired, the applicant now requests to reinstate them.

Per previous Zoning Ordinance [Title 19.08.040(C)(3)], the R-MHP (Residential


Mobile/Manufactured Home Park) zoning district has five specialized district standards.
This proposal is in compliance with all those standards with the exception of the
provided minimum space size of 4,000 square feet. The applicant is requesting a
Variance to allow the space size to be reduced from the required 4,000 square-foot
minimum to 2,600 square feet. These spaces will occupy what are the unused open
space areas within the existing Mobile Home Park.

The proposed project is in conformance with the density requirements for the ML
(Medium Low Density Residential) General Plan designation. The R-MHP (Residential
Mobile/Manufactured Home Park) zoning district is one of the congruent zoning districts
for the ML designation that allows up to a maximum of 8.49 units per acre. The subject
1.7-acre site can accommodate up to 14 units. The proposed two-lot expansion of the
existing 11-space mobile home park is still within the allowable density for the site. The
lots shown along the east property line are 50 feet wide and 52 feet deep where the
previous published version of Title 19.08 requires lots in the R-MHP (Residential
Mobile/Manufactured Home Park) zoning district to be 45 feet wide.

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Per the current version of Title 19.06.130, the required parking for a Manufactured
Home or Mobile Home is two unimpeded spaces per dwelling unit. The applicant has
not provided a space fit analysis for the proposed mobile homes that will occupy the
proposed spaces; therefore, staff has placed a condition of approval to provide a site
plan showing conformance with this requirement prior to review of civil plans or the
issuance of building permits for either a modular or mobile home.

The Las Vegas Valley Water District (LVVWD) has commented that the subject parcel is
currently served by LVVWD for domestic water, but the service does not have the
required backflow prevention per NAC 445A.67195. Civil plans will need to be
submitted to LVVWD for domestic meter sizing and backflow retrofit. Southern Nevada
Water Authority Regional Connection Charges will be assessed for the two additional
spaces.

Site access will remain unchanged to the existing Mobile Home Park. The Department
of Public Works – Transportation Engineering Division commented that this project will
add approximately 10 trips per day on Stewart Avenue, Sandhill Road, and Lamb
Boulevard. Currently, Stewart Avenue is at about 55 percent of capacity, Sandhill Road
is at about 20 percent of capacity and Lamb Boulevard is at about 79 percent of
capacity. With this project, these capacities are expected to remain unchanged. Based
on Peak Hour use, this development will add into the area roughly 1 additional car, or
about one every sixty minutes.

Per the previous Zoning Ordinance 19.12, a residential district requires a six-foot wide
minimum zone depth adjacent to the right-of-way zone, with one 24-inch box tree
planted every 30 feet on center. The landscape plan approved under the previous plot
plan review (Z-0078-70) shows a mixture of 10-gallon Italian Cypress trees and five-
gallon Juniper shrubs. Since the initial planting the landscaping has died and been
removed; there currently is no landscaping provided. The applicant is proposing to add
eight 24-inch box Modesto Ash trees along the southern property line. Staff supports
this proposal, as the previous plant species were inappropriate and the current proposal
will provide a significant improvement in shade to the pedestrian environment along
Stewart Avenue.

Staff supports the requested Site Development Plan Review and associated Variance
for reduced trailer space size, as the proposal remains within the residential density
allowed by the General Plan, the proposed space sizes are equivalent in size with the
11 existing spaces, and the landscaping will provide aesthetic improvements along
Stewart Avenue. If denied, the applicant will not be allowed to lease the two proposed
trailer spaces.

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FINDINGS (VAR-74812)

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

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


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

Additionally, Title 19.16.140(L) states:


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

Staff supports the requested Variance, as the applicant is requesting two additional
trailer spaces that are consistent in size with the other 11 existing trailer spaces. The
location of the proposed spaces are within the unoccupied northeast and southeast
corners of the property, and will have no detrimental impact on the trailer park residents
or the adjacent neighboring multi-family uses. Staff finds that a unique circumstance
has been presented, in that the requirements listed in the previous Title 19.08 are
addressing the development standard with language regarding the mapping of a
proposed lot, which is not what the applicant is proposing. The applicant will be
retaining a single mapped lot for all 13 proposed lease spaces. Therefore, staff finds
that this request is not preferential in nature, and is within the realm of NRS Chapter
278 for the granting of this particular Variance request.

FINDINGS (SDR-74813)

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

1. The proposed development is compatible with adjacent development and


development in the area;

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The sizes of the proposed spaces are compatible with the properties to the north
and east, as they are consistent in size with the other 11 existing lease spaces.
With the approval of Variance (VAR-74812), the proposed spaces for the existing
Mobile/Manufactured Home Park will be compatible with the surrounding area.

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

The addition of the two spaces to the existing trailer park is still within the
acceptable residential density limits for the ML (Medium Low) General Plan
Designation. However, the proposed spaces do not conform to the minimum
development standards for the R-MHP zoning district for space size, as made
evident by the requested Variance (VAR-74812). However, staff finds that the
proposed landscaping along Stewart Avenue will provide a needed improvement
to the pedestrian environment.

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


neighborhood traffic;

Site access will remain unchanged as the proposed spaces will occupy the
unused northeast and southeast corners of the mobile home park.

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

Insufficient information has been submitted to evaluate the building and landscape
materials for the individual spaces, as there are no mobile homes proposed with
this request. The proposed landscaping along Stewart Avenue provides a suitable
improvement from the previously specified Italian Cypress and Junipers trees.

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;

Insufficient information has been submitted to evaluate the building and landscape
materials, as there are no mobile homes proposed with this request.

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

The proposed development will be subject to the building permitting requirements


and inspections prior to occupancy; therefore, the development will not
compromise the public health, safety or welfare.

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BACKGROUND INFORMATION

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


The Planning Commission approved a request for a Rezoning and Plot
Plan Review (Z-0078-70) from the R-E (Residence Estates) zoning
district to the R-T (Trailer Residence) zoning district for a proposed
02/12/71
Mobile Home Park on property generally located on the north side of
Stewart Avenue between Lamb Boulevard and the northerly
prolongation of Prince Lane.
The Planning Commission approved a request for a Site Development
Plan Review (SDR-49173) to add two spaces to an existing 11-space
mobile home park on 1.7 acres at 4221 Stewart Avenue. Staff
recommended approval.
06/11/13
The Planning Commission approved a request for a Variance (VAR-
49174) to allow two 2,600 square-foot spaces where a minimum 4,000
square-foot space is required on 1.7 acres at 4221 Stewart Avenue.
Staff recommended approval.
The Planning Commission approved a request for an Extension of
Time (EOT-59733) for Site Development Plan Review (SDR-49173) to
add two spaces to an existing 11-space mobile home park on 1.7
acres at 4221 Stewart Avenue. Staff recommended approval.
08/11/15 The Planning Commission approved a request for an Extension of
Time (EOT-59659) for a Variance (VAR-79174) to allow two 2,600
square-foot spaces where a minimum 4,000 square-foot space is
required on 1.7 acres at 4221 Stewart Avenue. Staff recommended
approval.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


08/20/12 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A business license (#T04-00049) was issued for a Mobile Home Park
10/23/12 at 4221 Stewart Avenue. The license is listed as inactive as of
11/28/15.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 1.70

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Pre-Application Meeting
Staff conducted a pre-application with the applicant where the
10/16/18 submittal requirements and deadlines were reviewed for a proposed
Variance and Site Development Plan Review.

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

Field Check
Staff conducted a routine field check and found an existing mobile
11/01/18
home park. No issues were noted.

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
R-MHP (Residential
Subject ML (Medium Low
Mobile Home Park Mobile/Manufactured
Property Density Residential)
Home Park)
R-PD16 (Residential
Multi-Family M (Medium Density
North Planned Development –
Residential Residential)
16 Units per Acre)
Multi-Family M (Medium Density R-3 (Medium Density
South
Residential Residential) Residential)
Multi-Family M (Medium Density R-3 (Medium Density
East
Residential Residential) Residential)
L (Low Density R-1 (Single Family
West Church
Residential) Residential)

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


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

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Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance


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

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to Title 19.08, the following standards apply:


Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Lot Size 4,000 SF 2,600 SF *N
Min. Lot Width 45 Feet 50 Feet Y
*The applicant has requested the subject Variance in order to allow a reduced lot size.

General Plan Permitted Density Units Allowed


ML (Medium Low Density
8.49 units per acre 7.64 units per acre
Residential)

Pursuant to Z-0078-70, the following standards apply:


Landscaping and Open Space Standards
Standards Required Provided Compliance
Ratio Trees
Buffer Trees:
 South One 10-Gallon Italian 18 Trees 8 Trees *Y
Cypress / 10 Linear Feet
TOTAL PERIMETER TREES 18 Trees 8 Trees *Y
LANDSCAPE BUFFER WIDTHS
Min. Zone Width
 South 5 Feet 5 Feet Y
*The applicant has provided seven 24-inch box shade trees within the existing planter
where the previous landscaping had 18 10-gallon Italian Cypress trees. Staff finds that
this proposal meets the applicable landscape requirements found in the previously
published version of Title 19.12.

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Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Master Plan of
Stewart Avenue Primary Arterial Streets 100 Feet Y
and Highways

Pursuant to Title 19.08 and 19.12, the following parking standards apply:
Parking Requirement
Complian
Gross Required Provided ce
Use Floor Area Parking Parking
or Number Parking
Handi- Handi-
of Units Ratio Regular
capped
Regular
capped
2
Manufactured Unimpeded
Home or 2 Units Spaces per
Mobile Home dwelling
Unit
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 4 4
Regular and Handicap Spaces *Y
4 - 4 -
Required
*A Condition of Approval has been placed requiring the provision of two unimpeded
parking spaces on each proposed lease space prior the submittal of civil plans.

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ОŐİֱՙㅡՙՙ‫ں‬
‫ں‬x゜‫ں‬ՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

VAR-74812 AND SDR-74813


Agenda Item No.: 9.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
SDR-74813 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW RELATED TO VAR-74812 - PUBLIC
HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: EMA HOLDINGS, LLC - For possible action on a request
for a Site Development Plan Review TO ADD TWO SPACES TO AN EXISTING 11-SPACE
MOBILE HOME PARK on 1.70 acres at 4221 Stewart Avenue (APN 140-31-602-002), R-MHP
(Residential Mobile/Manufactured Home Park) Zone, Ward 3 (Coffin) [PRJ-74771]. Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 1/16/2019


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

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


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

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Consolidated Backup
2. Supporting Documentation
3. Traffic Notes Submitted by the City of Las Vegas Department of Public Works Traffic
Engineering Division
Consistent with the City’s
sustainability efforts to reduce
paper use, backup
documentation pertaining to
related items will appear as
backup under the first item. This
item includes such consolidated
backup documentation. Please
refer to the first related
application in the subject line of
the Agenda Summary Page.
SDR-74813

ОŐİֱՙㅡՙՙ‫ں‬
‫ں‬x゜‫ں‬ՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
SDR-74813

ОŐİֱՙㅡՙՙ‫ں‬
‫ں‬x゜‫ں‬ՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
SDR 74813
EMA Holdings, LLC

4221 Stewart Avenue


Proposed addition of 2 mobile home pads to an existing 11 pad mobile home park.

Proposed Use

Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 4.99 10


AM Peak Hour MOBILE HOME [OCC. DWELL] 2 0.44 1
PM Peak Hour 0.59 1

Existing Use

Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 4.99 55


AM Peak Hour MOBILE HOME [OCC. DWELL] 11 0.44 5
PM Peak Hour 0.59 6

Total Use

Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 4.99 65


AM Peak Hour MOBILE HOME [OCC. DWELL] 13 0.44 6
PM Peak Hour 0.59 7

Existing traffic on nearby streets:


Stewart Avenue
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 19,487
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 1,559

Sandhill Road
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 3,291
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 263

Lamb Boulevard
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 41,175
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 3,294

Traffic Capacity of adjacent streets:


Adjacent Street ADT Capacity
Stewart Avenue 35,490
Sandhill Road 16,380
Lamb Boulevard 52,173

This project will add approximately 10 trips per day on Stewart Ave., Sandhill Rd., and Lamb Blvd. Currently, Stewart is
at about 55 percent of capacity, Sandhill is at about 20 percent of capacity and Lamb is at about 79 percent of capacity.
With this project, these capacities are expected to remain unchanged.
Based on Peak Hour use, this development will add into the area roughly 1 additional car, or about one every sixty
minutes.

Note that this report assumes all traffic from this development uses all named streets.
Agenda Item No.: 10.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
SUP-74716 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: LAS INK
TATTOO - OWNER: ABONA FAMILY, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Special
Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED TATTOO PARLOR/BODY PIERCING STUDIO USE at 4601
West Sahara Avenue, Suite K (APN 162-07-101-004), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 1
(Tarkanian) [PRJ-74658]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 1/16/2019


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

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


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

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location, Aerial and Special Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s)
5. Justification Letter
SUP-74716 [PRJ-74658]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: LAS INK TATTOO - OWNER: ABONA FAMILY,
LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
SUP-74716 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 20

NOTICES MAILED 346

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 0

JB
SUP-74716 [PRJ-74658]
Conditions Page One
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** CONDITIONS **

SUP-74716 CONDITIONS

Planning

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

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

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

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

JB
SUP-74716 [PRJ-74658]
Staff Report Page One
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request for a Special Use Permit for a Tattoo Parlor/Body Piercing Studio use
within an existing shopping center development at 4601 West Sahara Avenue, Suite K
in a proposed tenant space which is approximately 1,200 square feet.

ISSUES

 The Tattoo Parlor/Body Piercing Studio use is permitted in the C-1 (Limited
Commercial) zoning district with the approval of a Special Use Permit.

ANALYSIS

The subject tenant space is located within an existing 29,244 square-foot shopping
center, which is located within the C-1 (Limited Commercial) zoning district. Within the
C-1 (Limited Commercial) zoning district a Special Use Permit is required for the
proposed Tattoo Parlor/Body Piercing Studio use.

The Tattoo Parlor/Body Piercing use is defined as “An establishment whose principal
business activity, either in terms of operation or as held out to the public, is the practice
of one or more of the following:

1. The placing of designs, letters, figures, symbols or other marks upon or under the
skin of any person, using ink or other substances which result in the permanent
coloration of the skin by means of the use of needles or other instruments
designed to contact or puncture the skin.

2. The creation of an opening in the body of a person for the purpose of inserting
jewelry or other decoration.

This use does not include a permanent makeup establishment.”

There are no Minimum Special Use Permit requirements associated with the Tattoo
Parlor/Body Piercing use. The proposed use meets the definition of a Tattoo
Parlor/Body Piercing Studio as the applicant is proposing to create skin art (tattoo’s) on
his clients. As the use is consistent with uses generally associated in the C-1 (Limited
Commercial) zoning district and can be conducted in a compatible and harmonious
manner with the surrounding area, staff recommends approval of this request. If denied
the Tattoo Parlor/Body Piercing Studio use will not be allowed at the proposed location.

JB
SUP-74716 [PRJ-74658]
Staff Report Page Two
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

FINDINGS (SUP-74716)

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

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


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

The proposed Tattoo Parlor/Body Piercing Studio use will be placed within an
existing shopping center development surrounded by commercial uses to the
north, west and east; and single family residential homes to the south. The
proposed use can be conducted in a manner that is harmonious with the existing
and future land uses as projected by the General Plan and current zoning
designations.

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

The subject site is suitable for a variety commercial uses and services such as
retail shopping and personal services. The proposed Tattoo Parlor/Body Piercing
Studio is an appropriate use for 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.

The site has primary access from Sahara Avenue, a 150-foot Primary Arterial as
defined by the Master Plan of Streets and Highways. This street can adequately
accommodate the existing uses and the proposed use of a Tattoo Parlor/Body
Pierce Studio use.

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

The proposed use will undergo continuous health and business licensing
inspections and conforms to the goals and objectives of the General Plan
designation of MXU (Mixed Use). As such, the proposed use is will not endanger
the public health, safety, and welfare of the general population or be inconsistent
with the objectives of the General Plan.

JB
SUP-74716 [PRJ-74658]
Staff Report Page Three
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

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

There are no Minimum Special Use Permit requirements associated with the
Tattoo Parlor/Body Piercing use.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

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


The City Council approved a Rezoning (Z-0058-73) from R-3 (Medium
07/25/73
Density Residential) to C-1 (Limited Commercial) for the subject site.
The City Council approved a request for a Special Use Permit (U-
0079-98) on property located at 4601 West Sahara Avenue, Suite J,
09/09/98
for a secondhand dealer (musical instruments). Planning Commission
and staff recommended approval of the request.
The City Council approved a Special Use Permit (U-0127-99) for minor
02/02/00 auto repair. The Planning Commission and staff recommended
approval of the request.
The City Council approved a request for a Variance (V-0009-00) on
property located at 4601 West Sahara Avenue to allow eight parking
05/17/00
spaces where 15 parking spaces are the minimum required. The
Board of Zoning Adjustment and staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Variance (V-0064-00) to expand a non-
11/15/00 conforming tavern. The Planning Commission and staff recommended
approval of the request.
The City Council denied a request for a Special Use Permit (U-0023-
02) for a daily labor service at 4601 West Sahara Avenue, Suite E.
06/05/02
The Planning Commission recommended approval and staff
recommended denial of the request.
The City Council approved a Special Use Permit (SUP-27662) to allow
a Social Service Provider use at 4601 West Sahara Avenue, Suite I.
06/18/08
The Planning Commission and staff recommended approval of the
request.
The City Council approved a Special Use Permit (SUP-44939) for a
proposed 90 square-foot Accessory Package Liquor Off-Sale use
06/06/12 within a proposed 2,400 square-foot Convenience Store at 4601 West
Sahara Avenue, Suite W. The Planning Commission and staff
recommended approval of the request.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


07/19/06 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

JB
SUP-74716 [PRJ-74658]
Staff Report Page Four
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A business license (#G66-01413) was denied by the Department of
03/28/18 Planning for a proposed Tattoo Establishment at 4601 West Sahara
Avenue, Suite K pending approval of a required Special Use Permit.

Pre-Application Meeting
A pre-application meeting was held with the applicant to discuss the
09/26/18 requirements for a Special Use Permit for a Tattoo/Body Piercing
Studio.

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

Field Check
A routine field check was conducted by staff and found a well
11/01/18
maintained commercial development.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 2.29

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
Subject SC (Service C-1 (Limited
Shopping Center
Property Commercial) Commercial)
SC (Service C-1 (Limited
North Shopping Center
Commercial) Commercial)
Single-Family, L (Low Density R-1 (Single Family
South
Detached Residential) Residential)
SC (Service C-1 (Limited
East Undeveloped
Commercial) Commercial)
CG (Commercial C-2 (General
Motor Vehicle
West General) – Clark Commercial) – Clark
Sales
County County

JB
SUP-74716 [PRJ-74658]
Staff Report Page Five
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


No Applicable Master Plan Area N/A
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
No Applicable Special Area or Overlay Districts N/A
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area 2 Y
Interlocal Agreement N/A
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification N/A
Assessment)
Project of Regional Significance Y

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Functional Actual Compliance


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

Pursuant to Title 19.08 and 19.12, the following parking standards apply:
Parking Requirement
Gross Floor Required Provided Compliance
Area or Parking Parking
Use Parking
Number of Ratio Handi- Handi-
Regular Regular
Units capped capped
Shopping
29,244 SF 1:250 SF 117
Center
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 117 106 *Y
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required 112 5 103 3 *Y
* This is a parking impaired development as indicated in Title 19, “A land use or building
which is existing on the effective date of this Title and which complied with applicable
parking standards at the time the use or building was established, but which does not
comply with the requirements of this Section, shall not be considered a nonconforming
use or nonconforming building; but rather, it shall be considered a “parking-impaired
development.”

JB
SUP-74716

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SUP-74716

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SUP-74716

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SUP-74716
SUP-74716 [PRJ-74658] - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT: LAS INK TATTOO - OWNER: ABONA FAMILY, LLC
4601 WEST SAHARA AVENUE, SUITE K
11/01/2018
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SUP-74716
Agenda Item No.: 11.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
SUP-74828 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
SIMON/CHELSEA LAS VEGAS DEVELOPMENT, LLC - For possible action on a request for
a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 3,110 SQUARE-FOOT BEER/WINE/COOLER OFF-
SALE ESTABLISHMENT USE at 855 South Grand Central Parkway, Suite #1801 (APN 139-
33-710-005), PD (Planned Development) Zone, Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-74804]. Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 1/16/2019


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

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


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

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location, Aerial and Special Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s)
5. Justification Letter
6. Support Postcard
SUP-74828 [PRJ-74804]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: SIMON/CHELSEA LAS VEGAS
DEVELOPMENT, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
SUP-74828 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 37

NOTICES MAILED 160

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 1

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** CONDITIONS **

SUP-74828 CONDITIONS

Planning

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


Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale use.

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

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

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

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

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

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** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request for a Special Use Permit for a proposed Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale
use within an existing 3,110 square-foot retail store at 855 South Grand Central
Parkway, Suite #1801.

ISSUES

 The subject property is an established shopping center located in the ”Market


District” of the Downtown Las Vegas Overlay District (Area 1) and is zoned PD
(Planned Development).
 A Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale Establishment use is permitted in the PD (Planned
Development) zoning district, with an approved Special Use Permit. Staff
recommends approval of this request.

ANALYSIS

The subject property is an established 737,860 square-foot shopping center located on


the southwest corner of Grand Central Parkway and Bonneville Avenue, located within
a PD (Planned Development) zone. Pursuant to the Interim Downtown Las Vegas
Development Standards of Title 19, a Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale Establishment use is
permitted in the “Market District” with an approved Special Use Permit.

The applicant is proposing a Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale Establishment use, within an


existing 3,110 square-foot retail store [gift shop]. The retail store has been operating
since 10/09/18, with an active business license (G66-06953).

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


whose license to sell alcoholic beverages is limited to the sale of beer, wine and coolers
to consumers only and not for resale, in original sealed or corked containers, for
consumption off the premises where business is conducted, and is operated in
connection with a grocery store, drugstore, convenience store, restaurant or general
retail store.” The proposed use meets the definition of the Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale
and would allow customers to buy packaged beer and wine along with other gifts,
sundries and tobacco in the retail store.

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The Minimum Special Use Permit Requirements for this use include:

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


(hereinafter “establishment”) shall be located within 400 feet of any church/house of
worship, school, individual care center licensed for more than 12 children, or City
park.

The proposed use meets this requirement, as there is no church/house of worship,


school, individual care center or City Park within 400 feet of the subject property.

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


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

a) Any leasehold parcel; or


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

The proposed use meets this requirement, as there is no church/house of worship,


school, individual care center or City Park within 400 feet of the subject property.

3. In the case of an establishment proposed to be located on a parcel of at least 80


acres in size, the minimum distances referred to in Requirement 1 shall be
measured in a straight line:

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

This requirement is not applicable since the subject property is only 38.94 acres.

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

This requirement is not applicable since the application does not require a waiver.

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

a) An establishment which has a nonrestricted gaming license in connection with a


hotel having 200 or more guest rooms on or before July 1, 1992 or in connection
with a resort hotel having in excess of 200 guest rooms after July 1, 1992; or
b) A proposed establishment having more than 50,000 square feet of retail floor
space.

This requirement does not apply.

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

The proposed use meets this condition, as it will be subject to annual inspection by
Code Enforcement and Business Licensing Enforcement Divisions of the Planning
Department to ensure continued compliance.

7. The minimum distance requirements set forth in Requirement 1, which are otherwise
nonwaivable under the provisions of LVMC 19.12.050(C), may be waived:

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


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

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d) In connection with a retail establishment having less than 20,000 square feet of
retail floor space, if the area to be used for the sale, display or merchandising of
alcoholic beverages and each use to be protected are separated by a highway or
a right of way with a width of at least 100 feet.

This requirement is not applicable since the application meets Requirement 1.

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


Pedestrian Mall, as defined in LVMC Chapter 11.68.

This requirement is not applicable since the site is not adjacent to the Pedestrian
Mall.

The proposed Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale Establishment use would allow the retail store
[gift shop] to serve alcoholic beverages such as beer, wine and coolers to their
customers. The proposed use can be conducted in a manner that harmonious and
compatible with the existing surrounding land uses and with future land uses as no
protected uses are located within 400 feet of the subject site. Therefore, staff
recommends approval of this request subject to conditions. If this Special Use Permit
application is denied, sale of beer and wine off-site cannot be conducted and the
existing retail store would continue to operate without the sale of beer and wine.

FINDINGS (SUP-74828)

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

1. The proposed land use can be conducted in a manner that is harmonious and
compatible with existing surrounding land uses, and with future surrounding
land uses as projected by the General Plan.

The subject property is an established 737,860 square-foot shopping center which


allows for general retail and restaurant uses. The proposed Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-
Sale Establishment use would complement the existing restaurant use, and can be
conducted in a manner that is harmonious and compatible with the existing
surrounding land uses and with future land uses as project by the General Plan.

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

The subject site a 38.94-acre shopping center and it is physically suitable for the type
and intensity of land use proposed.

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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.

The subject property can be accessed from Grand Central Parkway and Bonneville
Avenue, two 100-foot Primary Arterials per the Master Plan of Streets and Highways.
These streets are adequate in size to meet the requirements of the proposed
Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale Establishment use.

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

The approval of the Special Use Permit on this subject property will be subject to
conditions of approval, business license approval, and compliance inspections to
ensure it will not compromise the public health safety and welfare.

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

The proposed Beer/Wine/Cooler Off-Sale Establishment use complies with all of


Special Use Permit requirements per Title 19.12.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

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


The City Council approved a request for Directors Business (DIR-4831) to
09/15/04 allow four water features for a commercial development located at 777 south
Grand Central Parkway.
The City Council approved a request for a Site Development Plan Review
(SDR-7335) for a proposed 1.09 million square-foot mixed-use development
consisting of a 32-story hotel tower, a 16-story office tower and a 24-story
residential tower, including 470,000 square feet of commercial space, 670
09/15/05 condominium hotel units and 146 residential units with waivers of the
parkway center build-to-line requirement, streetscape requirements, and
exterior finish materials requirements on 4.48 acres adjacent to the
southwest corner of Bonneville Avenue and Grand Central Parkway. The
Planning Commission recommended approval.

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


The Parkway Center Architectural Review Committee (PC-ARC) approved
the expansion of an existing commercial center to include a five-story
parking garage with 500 parking spaces, a four-story parking garage with
1,115 parking spaces, and four one-story retail buildings with 109,370
square feet of commercial floor space on 34.53 acres adjacent to the west
side of Grand Central Parkway, approximately 600 feet south of Bonneville
11/15/05
Avenue (ARC-10223).
The PC-ARC approved a Major Amendment (ARC-10224) of a previously
approved Master Sign Plan (MSP-0007-02) for a proposed 109,370 square-
foot expansion of an existing commercial center on 34.53 acres adjacent to
the west side of Grand Central Parkway, approximately 600 feet south of
Bonneville Avenue.
The City Council approved a Site Development Plan Review (SDR-10131)
request for the expansion of an existing commercial center to include a five-
story parking garage with 500 parking spaces, a four-story parking garage
with 1,115 parking spaces, and four one-story retail buildings with 109,370
square feet of commercial floor space on 34.53 acres adjacent to the west
side of Grand Central Parkway, approximately 600 feet south of Bonneville
02/15/06 Avenue. The Planning Commission and staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Major Amendment (MSP-10136) request of a
previously approved Master Sign Plan (MSP-0007-02) for a proposed
109,370 square-foot expansion of an existing commercial center on 34.53
acres adjacent to the west side of Grand Central Parkway, approximately
600 feet south of Bonneville Avenue. The Planning Commission and staff
recommended approval.
The Planning Commission Architecture Review Committee (PC-ARC)
approved a Site Development Plan Review (ARC-12214) request for an
03/21/06 additional story and 191 parking spaces to Parking Deck “A” for a total of
1,306 spaces on 34.53 acres adjacent to the west side of Grand Central
Parkway, approximately 600 feet south of Bonneville Avenue.
The Planning Commission approved a Major Amendment (SDR-12213)
request of a previously approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-
10131) to add an additional story and 191 parking spaces to Parking Deck
04/27/06 “A” and a waiver of the Parkway Center Development Standards to allow
parking directly adjacent to a building where such is prohibited on 34.53
acres adjacent to the west side of Grand Central Parkway, approximately
600 feet south of Bonneville Avenue. Staff recommended approval.

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December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

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


The City Council approved a request for a Review of Condition (ROC-12885)
for a Review of Condition Number 15 of an approved Site Development Plan
Review (SDR-10131) to remove the condition that required a meeting with
the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) to determine additional
05/17/06
right-of-way requirements for the future Bonneville/Alta bridge structure, if
any. Also, provide written proof that NDOT is satisfied prior to or concurrent
with submittal of construction drawings for this site for an existing
commercial development at 979 South Grand Central Parkway.
The Planning Commission approved a Major Amendment (MSP-29008) of a
previously approved Master Sign Plan (MSP-0007-02) for additional signage
for an existing commercial center with a waiver of the Downtown Centennial
08/28/08 Plan Standards to allow signage above the bottom of the second floor
window sill and in excess of two tenants per building elevation at the
southwest corner of Bonneville Avenue and South Grand Central Parkway.
Staff recommended approval.
The Planning Commission approved a Major Amendment (SDR-44929)
request to Site Development Plan Review [(Z-0100-97 (6) and SDR-10131]
for a 159,257 square-foot expansion of an existing commercial center and a
four-level expansion of an existing parking garage with waivers from the
05/08/12 downtown centennial plan build-to-line requirement along Bonneville avenue
and Grand Central Parkway and architectural detail, streetscape and interior
landscape requirements on 39.08 acres at the southwest corner of Grand
Central Parkway and Bonneville Avenue. Staff recommended approval of
the request.
The Department of Planning administratively approved a Minor Amendment
request (SDR-46841) to approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-
44929) to add a valet area and a walled service area and to revise the
11/08/12
building configuration of an approved 159,257 square-foot expansion of an
existing commercial center on 39.01 acres at the southwest corner of Grand
Central Parkway and Bonneville Avenue.
The City Council approved Ordinance #6266 which replaced Supper Club
use and Liquor License Update (replaced Supper Club use with Restaurant
with Alcohol Use in Title 19). Updates the City’s alcohol licensing
09/04/13
regulations, including the adjustment of license categories, and updates
corresponding zoning, gaming and other regulatory provisions regarding
alcohol-related uses.
The Department of Planning administratively approved a Minor Amendment
(MSP-49564) of a previously approved Master Sign Plan (MSP-0007-02) to
10/17/13
add signage for phase 3 of an existing shopping center on 39.02 acres at the
southwest corner of Bonneville Avenue and Grand Central Parkway.

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December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

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


The City Council approved a request for a Special Use Permit (SUP-54331)
for a proposed 2,095 square-foot beer/wine/cooler on-sale establishment
08/20/14
use at 885 South Grand Central Parkway, Suite #55. The Planning
Commission recommended approval of the request 07/08/14.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


08/30/12 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A building permit (#02013876) was issued for shell building at 905 South
08/01/02
Grand Central Parkway. The permit was finalized on 09/30/03.
A building permit (#03011710) was issued for tenant improvement at 905
06/09/03 South Grand Central Parkway, Suite #1700. The permit was finalized on
10/21/03.
A building permit (#C17-00806) was issued for a tenant improvement at 905
09/26/17 South Grand Central Parkway, Suite #1701. The permit was finalized on
12/27/17.
A business license (G65-07370) was issued for a restaurant at 905 South
12/06/17
Grand Central Parkway, Suite #1700. The license is currently active.
A business license (P65-00278) was reviewed for a Beer/Wine/Cooler On-
01/03/18 Sale at 905 South Central Parkway, Suite #1700. The review was denied by
Department of Planning requiring approval of a Special Use Permit.

Pre-Application Meeting
Staff conducted a pre-application meeting via telephone to discuss the
10/18/18
submittal requirements and process for a Special Use Permit application.

Neighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting was not required or held.

Field Check
11/01/18 A staff check revealed a well-maintained commercial property.

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December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 38.94

Surrounding Existing Land Use Planned or Special Existing Zoning


Property Per Title 19.12 Land Use Designation District
Subject PD (Planned
Shopping Center MXU (Mixed Use)
Property Development)
Wholesale Showroom PD (Planned
North MXU (Mixed Use)
Facility Development)
I-15 Off-Ramp to
PD (Planned
South Charleston Blvd./ MXU (Mixed Use)
Development)
Grand Central Pkwy
Clark County
PF (Public Facilities) C-V (Civic)
Government Center
East
On-Ramp to I-15 PD (Planned
MXU (Mixed Use)
Northbound Development)
West Interstate 15 ROW (Interstate 15) ROW (Interstate 15)

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


No applicable Master Plan Area N/A
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
A-O (Airport Overlay) District (175 Feet) Y
DTLV-O (Downtown Las Vegas Overlay) (Market District) - Area 1 Y
PD (Planned Development) District Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails Y
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area Y
Interlocal Agreement N/A
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification
Assessment) N/A
Project of Regional Significance N/A

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December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Grand Central Planned Streets
Primary Arterial 100 Feet Y
Parkway and Highways Map
Bonneville Planned Streets
Primary Arterial 100 Feet Y
Avenue and Highways Map

Parking Requirement - Downtown


Gross Floor Base Parking Requirement Provided Compliance
Area or Parking Parking
Use Parking
Number of Handi- Handi-
Ratio Regular Regular
Units capped capped
Shopping
737,860 SF 1/250 SF 2,952
Center
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 2,952 2,623 N*
Regular and Handicap Spaces N*
2,912 40 2,574 49
Required
*Projects located within the Downtown Las Vegas Overlay - Area 1 are not subject to the
automatic application of parking requirements. However, the above table should be used to
illustrate the requirements of an analogous project in another location in the City.

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SUP-74828
SUP-74828 [PRJ-74804] - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT/OWNER: SIMON/CHELSEA LAS VEGAS
DEVELOPMENT, LLC
855 SOUTH GRAND CENTRAL PARKWAY, SUITE #1801
11/01/2018
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SUP-74828
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Agenda Item No.: 12.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
SUP-74832 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: APC TOWERS -
OWNER: DURANGO 95 MINI STORAGE PARTNERS, LLC - For possible action on a
request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 80-FOOT TALL WIRELESS
COMMUNICATION FACILITY, STEALTH DESIGN (CLOCK TOWER) on 2.90 acres at
7580 Oso Blanca Road (APN 125-17-301-011), T-C (Town Center) Zone [GC-TC (General
Commercial - Town Center) Special Land Use Designation], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74009]. Staff
recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 1/16/2019


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

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


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

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location, Aerial and Special Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s)
5. Justification Letter
SUP-74832 [PRJ-74009]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: APC TOWERS - OWNER: DURANGO 95 MINI
STORAGE PARTNERS, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
SUP-74832 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 59

NOTICES MAILED 357

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 0

JB
SUP-74832 [PRJ-74009]
Conditions Page One
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** CONDITIONS **

SUP-74832 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Conformance to all Minimum Requirements under the Town Center Development


Standards Manual for a Wireless Communication Facility, Stealth Design (Clock
Tower) use.

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

3. The communications clock tower and its associated equipment and facility shall be
properly maintained and kept free of graffiti at all times. Failure to perform the
required maintenance may result in fines and/or removal of the communications
clock tower and its associated equipment and facility.

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

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

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

JB
SUP-74832 [PRJ-74009]
Staff Report Page One
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request for a Special Use Permit to establish a proposed 80-foot tall Wireless
Communication Facility, Stealth Design (Clock Tower) at 7580 Oso Blanca Road.

ISSUES

 The proposed Wireless Communication Facility, Stealth Design (Clock Tower) use is
not designed to be made part of another structure and is visually discernable, which
requires the approval of a Special Use Permit.

ANALYSIS

The applicant is proposing to construct a new 80-foot tall Wireless Communication


Facility, Stealth Design (Clock Tower) on property located at 7580 Oso Blanca Road.
The subject site is located within the Town Center [GC-TC (General Commercial –
Town Center)] Special Land Use designation, which refers to the Town Center
Development Standards Manual for permissible uses. According to the Town Center
Development Standards Manual, a new Wireless Communication Facility requires a
Special Use Permit in the GC-TC (General Commercial – Town Center land use district,
if it is not made part of another structure.

According to the applicant’s justification letter, the new 80-foot tall Wireless
Communication Facility, Stealth Design (Clock Tower) is necessary to enhance the
cellular and internet coverage in the community.

A Wireless Communication Facility, Stealth Design is described in Title 19.12 as “A


wireless communication facility that is designed to blend into the surrounding
environment. Examples include without limitation: antenna tower alternative structures;
roof mounted antennas (with architectural screening when appropriate); building
mounted antennas painted to match the existing structure; antennas integrated into
architectural elements (such as steeples or cupolas); antennas and antenna structures
designed to look like light poles, flagpoles, or any other camouflaging techniques
available on the market; and a cable microcell network which utilizes multiple low
powered transmitters/receivers or repeaters attached to existing wireline systems, such
as conventional cable or telephone wires, or similar technology that does not require the
use of towers.”

JB
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Minimum Special Use Permit Requirements:


A. A wireless communication facility is permitted if it utilizes stealth technology, (made
part of another structure and isn’t visually discernible) and is not within 330 feet of
any single-family detached dwelling. Otherwise, a Special Use Permit is required.

The proposed Wireless Communication Facility incorporates a stealth design (Clock


Tower) antenna, which is located approximately 465 Feet from a single-family
detached dwelling. However, the proposed structure is not designed to be made part
of another structure and is visually discernable from other structures located on the
subject site, which requires the approval of a Special Use Permit for the proposed
use.

B. Towers and mono-poles are subject to LVMC 19.08.040(H) and shall be in


conformance with Chapter B, Section 5, subsection E (Mechanical and Electrical
Equipment) of this Manual.

According to the submitted site plan the proposed Wireless Communication Facility
will screen all associated mechanical equipment within an existing storage unit,
which conforms to all LVMC 19.08.040(H) requirements.

The subject site is a 2.90 acre parcel, which is currently developed with an existing Mini-
Storage land use. The approved site plan date stamped 01/14/14 associated with Site
Development Plan Review (SDR-52440) required the subject site to provide a minimum
of 25 parking spaces, including two handicapped parking space. The existing site
design exceeded the minimum parking requirement and provided 31 spaces on-site with
two handicapped parking spaces.

According to the submitted site plan, the proposed Wireless Communication Facility,
Stealth Design (Clock Tower) development will be located adjacent to the eastern
perimeter of the existing mini-storage building and will not into any drive aisles or
existing parking spaces. It has been determined that the proposed Wireless
Communication Facility use can be conducted in a manner that is compatible and
harmonious manner with the surrounding land uses, therefore, staff is recommending
approval, as the use is considered appropriate for the surrounding area.

FINDINGS (SUP-74832)

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

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


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

The proposed use is compatible with the surrounding land uses and can be
conducted in a manner that is harmonious with surrounding land uses. The
proposed Wireless Communication Facility will be located along the eastern
perimeter of the subject site adjacent to the existing elevated exit to US Highway
95, and will have minimal negative impact to surrounding land uses.

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

The subject site is located within an existing commercial development that is


physically suitable for the intensity of the proposed land use.

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


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

Access to the site will not change. Vehicles may enter the property from Oso
Blanca Road a 90-foot Frontage Road as classified by the Town Center
Development Standards.

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

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

5. The use meets all of the applicable conditions per Town Center
Development Standards Manual.

The proposed Wireless Communication Facility, Stealth Design (Clock Tower) is


not designed to be made part of another structure and is visually discernable,
which requires the approval of a Special Use Permit per the Town Center
Development Standards Manual.

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BACKGROUND INFORMATION

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


The City Council approved a Rezoning (Z-0076-98) of 1,468 acres to
the T-C (Town Center) zoning district. The subject site was included
12/07/98
in this Rezoning request. The Planning Commission and staff
recommended approval of this request.
The City Council approved a Site Development Plan Review [Z-0076-
98(17)] for a 284,150 square-foot commercial center on the subject
property as part of a larger request In addition, 12 associated Special
Use Permit applications were approved, allowing four Supper Clubs,
11/15/00
four Restaurants (with drive-through) facilities, a Convenience Store
with Fuel Pumps, Accessory Packaged Liquor, a Car Wash, and an
Auto Lube facility (U-0099-00 through U-0110-00). The Planning
Commission and staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved an Extension of Time (EOT-1083) for the
Site Development Plan Review [Z-0076-98(17)] and the 12 associated
12/18/02 Special Use Permit applications (EOT-1084 through EOT-1095) for the
subject site. The Planning Commission and staff recommended
approval.
The City Council approved a request for a Site Development Plan
Review (SDR-3795) for a proposed 293,355 square-foot retail center
with Waivers of the Town Center Development Standards requiring
on-site open space features; parking spaces to be set back a minimum
04/07/02 of 15 feet from property lines; parking lots to be located away from
street front; and walkways between parking lots and rows of parking
spaces on 46 acres adjacent to the northwest and northeast corners of
Severence Lane and Oso Blanca Road. Planning Commission and
staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved the request for a Special Use Permit (SUP-
5424) for a Car Wash, Self-Service use; a Special Use Permit (SUP-
5425) for an Alcoholic Beverage Sales/Liquor Store use; a Special
Use Permit (SUP-5426) for an Auto Repair Garage (Minor) use;
01/05/05 Special Use Permits (SUP-5427 through SUP-5430) for a Restaurants
(with drive-through) use; and Special Use Permits (SUP-5431 through
SUP-5435) for a Restaurant with Service Bar/Supper Club use,
located on the southeast corner of Farm Road and Oso Blanca Road.
The Planning Commission and staff recommended approval.

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


The City Council approved a Site Development Plan Review (SDR-
7594) for a proposed 101,320 square-foot commercial and 777-unit
residential development with Waivers of the parking lot, foundation
and perimeter landscape requirements and Town Center Development
Standards for two-story maximum height, single story office, and 20-
foot landscape berm requirements on 40 acres at the intersection of
Oso Blanca Road and Severence Lane. The Planning Commission
recommended approval while staff recommended denial.
The City Council approved a request for a Major Modification (MOD-
7588) of the Town Center Development Standards Manual from SC-
TC (Service Commercial- Town Center) to SX-TC (Suburban Mixed
09/07/05 Use- Town Center) and GC-TC (General Commercial) Special Land
use Designations on 40 acres at the intersection of Oso Blanca Road
and Severence Lane. The Planning Commission and staff
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Special Use Permit (SUP-7589) for a
proposed High Density Residential (Single Use) development, a
Special Use Permit (SUP-7590) for a proposed Supper Club, a Special
Use Permit (SUP-7591) for a proposed Liquor Establishment (Off-
Sale) and a Special Use Permit (SUP-7592) for a proposed Tavern,
located at the intersection of Oso Blanca Road and Severence Lane.
The Planning Commission recommended approval while staff
recommended denial.
The City Council approved the Extensions of Time (EOT-24401, EOT-
24402, and EOT-24403) for the approved Special Use Permits for a
proposed Supper Club (SUP-7590) and Tavern (SUP-7591) and the
related Site Development Plan Review (SDR-7594) for a proposed
110,773 square foot commercial center on 11.21 acres at the
intersection of Oso Blanca Road and Severence Lane. The Planning
10/17/07
Commission and staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request for a Site Development Plan
Review (SDR-23483) for a proposed 110,773 square-foot commercial
center on 11.21 acres at the intersection of Oso Blanca Road and
Severence Lane. The Planning Commission and staff recommended
approval.
Staff administratively approved a Minor Site Development Plan Review
(SDR-29378) for a Minor Amendment to an approved Site
09/25/08 Development Plan Review (SDR-23483) for a 111,398 square-foot
Shopping Center on 11.3 acres at the southeast corner of US-95 and
Farm Road.

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


A Parcel Map (PMP-52656) was submitted for technical review of a
01/21/14 three-lot parcel map on 9.40 acres at the northwest corner of Oso
Blanca Road and Durango Drive (portion of APN 125-17-301-006).
The Planning Commission approved Special Use Permit (SUP-52437)
for a proposed Mini-Storage Facility with a waiver of the requirement to
provide a retail or office facade on all exterior walls at the southeast
corner of Farm Road and Oso Blanca Road. Staff recommended
approval of the request.
The Planning Commission approved Special Use Permit (SUP-52438)
for a proposed Truck Rental use with a waiver to allow a 130-foot
distance separation from a single-family detached dwelling where 330
02/11/14
feet is required at the southeast corner of Farm Road and Oso Blanca
Road. Staff recommended approval of the request.
The Planning Commission approved Site Development Plan Review
(SDR-52440) for a proposed three-story, 122,325 square-foot mini-
storage facility with a waiver of the town center development standards
to allow 10% open space where 20% open space is required at the
southeast corner of Farm Road and Oso Blanca Road. Staff
recommended approval of the request.
The Planning Commission approved a Petition to Vacate (VAC-59471)
a 20-foot wide public drainage easement generally located east and
07/14/15
south of the intersection of Farm Road and Oso Blanca Road. Staff
recommended approval of the request.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


10/22/14 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A building permit (#280531) was issued for a storage building and
manager residence (Storage One) at 7580 Oso Blanca Road. The
permit was finalized on 09/22/16
08/24/15
A building permit (#280533) was issued for onsite improvements with a
trash enclosure (Storage One) at 7580 Oso Blanca Road. The permit
has not been finalized.
A building permit (#315758) was issued for a wall/fence (Storage One)
04/21/16
at 7580 Oso Blanca Road. The permit has not been finalized.

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Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A building permit (#315735) was issued for (20) RV canopies (Storage
05/23/16
One) at 7580 Oso Blanca Road. The permit has not been finalized.
A business license (#G64-07730) was issued for a Mini-Warehouse
(Storage One) at 7580 Oso Blanca Road. The license is still active.
A business license (#G64-07732) was issued for a Truck Rental
Agency (Storage One) at 7580 Oso Blanca Road. The license is still
11/07/16
active.
A business license (#G64-07779) was issued for a General Retail
Sales (Storage One) at 7580 Oso Blanca Road. The license is still
active.

Pre-Application Meeting
A pre-application meeting was conducted with the applicant to go over
07/19/18 the application materials and submittal requirements for a Special Use
Permit for a proposed Wireless Communication Facility use.

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

Field Check
A routine field check was conducted by staff and found a well
11/01/18
maintained commercial development.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 2.90

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Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
GC-TC (General
Subject Mini-Storage
Commercial – Town T-C (Town Center)
Property Facility
Center Land Use)
GC-TC (General
North Undeveloped Commercial – Town T-C (Town Center)
Center Land Use)
GC-TC (General
South Shopping Center Commercial – Town T-C (Town Center)
Center Land Use)
Right of Way Right of Way Right of Way
East
US-95 US-95 US-95
SX-TC (Suburban
Multi-Family
West Mixed-Use – Town T-C (Town Center)
Residential
Center Land Use)

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


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

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DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to Town Center Development Standards Manual, the following


standards apply:
Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Setbacks
 Front (west) 15 Feet 201 Feet Y
 Side (north) 10 Feet 346 Feet Y
 Side (south) 10 Feet 235 Feet Y
 Rear (east) 20 Feet 33 Feet Y
Mech. Equipment Screened Screened Y

Residential Adjacency Standards Required/Allowed Provided Compliance


3:1 proximity slope 240 Feet 465 Feet Y

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Town Center
Oso Blanca
Frontage Street Development 90 Feet Y
Road
Standards Manual

Pursuant to approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-52440), the following


parking standards apply:
Parking Requirement
Gross Floor Required Provided Compliance
Area or Parking Parking
Use Parking
Number of Ratio Handi- Handi-
Regular Regular
Units capped capped
Mini-Storage 1:50
750 Units 15
Facility Units
5 Spaces
Mini-Storage outside of
- 5
Facility security
gate
1 space
Truck Rental 5 trucks 5
per truck
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 25 31 Y
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required 23 2 29 2 Y

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Ɔ—ผผਙ—่₡ħ่‫ف‬7╗ਙʉ֭ผ⎯ฌ
ՙㄦฎx7Ḷ⎯ਙ7ԱкŴ่㌱Ŵ7ŐਙŴ₡ฌ

╗γħ⎯7ħ⎯7ผ֭⎯—к‫⎯ש‬7⑾ผਙこ7Ŵ7ऑ—⇡кħ㌱7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7⎯֭Ŵผ㌱γ7⎯γਙʉħ่‫ف‬7‫ש‬γ֭ผ֭7Ŵผ֭7่ਙ7⎯—ผผਙ—่₡ħ่‫ف‬7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ⎯7Ŵ่₡7ਙ—ผฌ
ऑผਙऑਙ⎯֭₡7⎯ħ‫֭ש‬7こ֭֭‫⎯ש‬7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯֭ऑŴผŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่7₡ħ⎯‫ש‬Ŵ่㌱֭7Ŵ⎯7ʉ֭кк7Ŵ⎯7⎯—ผผਙ—่₡ħ่‫ف‬7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7γ֭ħ‫ف‬γ‫⎯ש‬7Ŵผ֭7Ŵ⇡ਙ‫֭ﭨ‬7ਙ—ผฌ
ผ֭‫֭ש⎯֭—׀‬₡7γ֭ħ‫ف‬γ‫ש‬7ਙ⑾7ฎx⑾‫ש‬7‫ש‬ਙऑ7゜ฎx⑾‫ש‬7‫ש‬ਙऑ7ਙ⑾7⎯‫֭ש‬Ŵк㈠ฌ

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SUP-74832
‫ں‬x゜ธธ゜‫ں‬ฎ
SUP-74832 [PRJ-74009] - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT: APC TOWERS - OWNER: DURANGO 95 MINI
STORAGE PARTNERS, LLC
7580 OSO BLANCA ROAD
11/01/2018
SUP-74832 [PRJ-74009] - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT: APC TOWERS - OWNER: DURANGO 95 MINI
STORAGE PARTNERS, LLC
7580 OSO BLANCA ROAD
11/01/2018
bħ‫ੂש‬7ਙ⑾7ՁŴ⎯7Ћ֭‫ف‬Ŵ⎯ฌ
̶̶̶7Ќਙผ‫ש‬γ7ŐŴ่㌱γਙ7Cผħ‫֭ﭨ‬ฌ
ՁŴ⎯7Ћ֭‫ف‬Ŵ⎯ⓒ7ЌЋ7ฎɱ‫ں‬ㅡฎฌ
C֭ऑŴผ‫ש‬こ่֭‫ש‬7ਙ⑾7ОкŴ่่ħ่‫ف‬ฌ

Ḷ㌱‫ש‬ਙ⇡֭ผ7ㅡⓒ7ธx‫ں‬ฎฌ

Ő̬֭7 Ő֭‫ש⎯֭—׀‬7⑾ਙผ7Ŵ7Ɔऑ֭㌱ħŴк7Ⓢ⎯֭7О֭ผこħ‫ש‬7⑾ਙผ7AОb7╗ਙʉ֭ผ⎯7ऑผਙऑਙ⎯֭₡7╗֭к֭㌱ਙここ—่ħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่7⎯ħ‫֭ש‬7Ŵ‫ש‬ฌ
ՙㄦฎx7Ḷ⎯ਙ7ԱкŴ่㌱Ŵ7ŐਙŴ₡ⓒ7ՁŴ⎯7Ћ֭‫ف‬Ŵ⎯ⓒ7ЌЋ7ฎɱ‫ں‬ㅡɱ7ӧAОЌ̬7‫ں‬ธㄦֱ‫ں‬ՙ̶ֱx‫ֱں‬x‫ںں‬ỏ7

b—ผผ่֭‫ש‬7ОкŴ่่ħ่‫ف‬7Cħ‫ﭨ‬ħ⎯ħਙ่̬ฌ

╗γħ⎯7ħ⎯7Ŵ7ผ֭‫ש⎯֭—׀‬7‫ש‬ਙ7Ŵккਙʉ7AОb7╗ਙʉ֭ผ⎯7‫ש‬ਙ7㌱ਙ่⎯‫ש‬ผ—㌱‫ש‬7Ŵ7่֭ʉ7ฎxɸ7⎯‫֭ש‬Ŵк‫ש‬γ7‫֭ש‬к֭㌱ਙここ—่ħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่⎯7㌱кਙ㌱,7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7кਙ㌱Ŵ‫֭ש‬₡7ਙ่ฌ
AОЌ̬7‫ں‬ธㄦֱ‫ں‬ՙ̶ֱx‫ֱں‬x‫ںں‬7ʉħ‫ש‬γħ่7Ŵ่7֭ゥħ⎯‫ש‬ħ่‫ف‬7⇡—⎯ħ่֭⎯⎯7㌱кਙ⎯֭⎯‫ש‬7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭7㌱ਙผ่֭ผ7ਙ⑾7Ḷ⎯ਙ7ԱкŴ่㌱Ŵ7ŐਙŴ₡7ִ74Ŵผこ7ŐਙŴ₡㈠ฌ

AОb7╗ਙʉ֭ผ⎯7ħ⎯7ผ֭‫ש⎯֭—׀‬ħ่‫ف‬7Ŵ7Ɔऑ֭㌱ħŴк7Ⓢ⎯֭7О֭ผこħ‫ש‬7‫ש‬ਙ7㌱ਙ่⎯‫ש‬ผ—㌱‫ש‬7Ŵ7่֭ʉ7ฎxɸ7⎯‫֭ש‬Ŵк‫ש‬γ7ऑŴ่֭к⎯ֱ⎯ħこ—кŴ‫֭ש‬₡7㌱кਙ㌱,ฌ
‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7‫ש‬ਙ7⎯֭ผ‫ﭨ‬ħ㌱֭7‫ש‬γ֭7Û֭⎯‫ש‬7ผ֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴк7㌱ਙここ—่ħ‫ੂש‬ⓒ7Ŵкਙ่‫ف‬7‫ש‬γ֭7ⓈƆ7ɱㄦ7⑾ผ֭֭ʉŴੂ7Ŵ่₡7‫ש‬γ֭7ผ֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴк7㌱ਙここ—่ħ‫ੂש‬ฌ
‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭7DzŴ⎯‫ש‬㈠7Aкк7֭‫—׀‬ħऑこ่֭‫ש‬7ʉħкк7⇡֭7кਙ㌱Ŵ‫֭ש‬₡7ʉħ‫ש‬γħ่7Ŵ7⎯‫ש‬ਙผŴ‫֭ف‬7—่ħ‫ש‬7Ŵ่₡7㌱ਙ่㌱֭Ŵк֭₡7⑾ผਙこ7‫ﭨ‬ħ֭ʉ㈠77AОb7╗ਙʉ֭ผ⎯7ħ⎯ฌ
ऑผਙऑਙ⎯ħ่‫ف‬7‫ש‬ਙ7ऑкŴ㌱֭7‫ש‬ʉ֭к‫֭ﭨ‬7ӧ‫ں‬ธỏ7่֭ʉ7Ŵ่‫่่֭ש‬Ŵ⎯7Ŵ‫ש‬7こਙ—่‫ש‬7к֭‫֭ﭨ‬к7ՙㄦɸ7ʉγħ㌱γ7ʉħкк7⇡֭7㌱ਙ่㌱֭Ŵк֭₡7⇡ੂ7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯‫֭ש‬Ŵк‫ש‬γฌ
ऑŴ่֭к⎯7Ŵ่₡7ऑŴħ่‫֭ש‬₡7‫ש‬ਙ7こŴ‫ש‬㌱γ㈠7AОb7⇡֭кħ֭‫⎯֭ﭨ‬7‫ש‬γħ⎯7ऑผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7こ֭֭‫⎯ש‬7‫ש‬γ֭7⇡Ŵ⎯ħ⎯7ਙ⑾7Ŵऑऑผਙ‫ﭨ‬Ŵк7⇡Ŵ⎯֭₡7ਙ่7‫ש‬γ֭ฌ
⑾ਙккਙʉħ่‫̬ف‬ฌ

7 Ҝħ่ħこ—こ7ਙ⑾7ՙㄦxɸ7⑾ผਙこ7Ŵ่ੂ7֭ゥħ⎯‫ש‬ħ่‫ف‬7‫֭ש‬к֭㌱ਙここ—่ħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่⎯7⑾Ŵ㌱ħкħ‫ੂש‬㈠77╗γ֭7ऑผਙऑਙ⎯֭₡7ऑผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7ħ⎯ฌ
ŴऑऑผਙゥħこŴ‫֭ש‬кੂ7ธⓒㅡxธ㈠‫ں‬″ɸ⑾‫゜ש‬x㈠ㅡ″7こħк֭⎯7ŴʉŴੂ7⑾ผਙこ7㌱кਙ⎯֭‫ש‬7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7ਙʉ่֭₡7⇡ੂ7bผਙʉ่7bŴ⎯‫ש‬к֭㈠7╗γ֭ฌ
่֭ゥ‫ש‬7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7кਙ㌱Ŵ‫֭ש‬₡7ʉħ‫ש‬γħ่7⎯Ŵこ֭7Ќ—ผ⎯֭ผੂ7Ŵ㌱ผਙ⎯⎯7‫ש‬γ֭7⑾ผ֭֭ʉŴੂ7ħ⎯7ธⓒㄦ‫ں‬ՙ㈠ธ̶⑾‫ש‬7ŴʉŴੂ7゜7x㈠ㅡฎ7こħк֭⎯ฌ
ŴʉŴੂ7֭ゥ㌱֭֭₡ħ่‫ف‬7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯‫ש‬Ŵ่₡Ŵผ₡7⑾ਙผ7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7⎯֭ऑŴผŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่㈠7A7‫ﭨ‬ħ⎯—Ŵк7こŴऑ7Ŵ่₡7кħ⎯‫ש‬7γŴ⎯7Ŵк⎯ਙ7⇡่֭֭ฌ
ħ่㌱к—₡֭₡7‫ש‬ਙ7⎯γਙʉ7₡ħ⎯‫ש‬Ŵ่㌱֭7ִ7⎯—ผผਙ—่₡ħ่‫ف‬7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7γ֭ħ‫ف‬γ‫ש‬㈠

7 ОผਙऑŴ‫ف‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่7ҜŴऑ⎯7Ŵผ֭7Ŵк⎯ਙ7ħ่㌱к—₡֭₡7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7‫ש‬γħ⎯7⎯—⇡こħ‫שש‬Ŵк⊿7⎯γਙʉħ่‫ف‬7㌱ਙ‫֭ﭨ‬ผŴ‫֭ف‬7⇡֭⑾ਙผ֭7ִ7㌱ਙ‫֭ﭨ‬ผŴ‫֭ف‬ฌ
Ŵ⑾‫֭ש‬ผ7‫ש‬γħ⎯7ऑผਙऑਙ⎯֭₡7⎯ħ‫֭ש‬7ħ⎯7⇡—ħк‫ש‬㈠7╗γħ⎯7Ŵผ֭Ŵ7ħ⎯7₡ħ⑾⑾ħ㌱—к‫ש‬7‫ש‬ਙ7⎯֭ผ‫֭ﭨ‬7Ŵ⎯7ħ‫ש‬7γŴ⎯7こŴ่ੂ7ผ֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴкฌ
㌱ਙここ—่ħ‫ש‬ħ֭⎯7⎯—ผผਙ—่₡֭₡7⇡ੂ7кŴ่₡7‫ש‬γŴ‫ש‬7ħ⎯7₡֭֭₡7ผ֭⎯‫ש‬ผħ㌱‫֭ש‬₡7Ŵ่₡7㌱Ŵ่่ਙ‫ש‬7⇡֭7к֭Ŵ⎯֭₡7⑾ਙผ7ਙ—ผ7—⎯֭ฌ
こŴ-ħ่‫ف‬7ਙऑ‫ש‬ħਙ่⎯7‫֭ﭨ‬ผੂ7кħこħ‫֭ש‬₡7ਙ่7γਙʉ7ʉ֭7㌱Ŵ่7⎯֭ผ‫֭ﭨ‬7‫ש‬γħ⎯7Ŵผ֭7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7Ŵкк7‫ש‬γ֭⎯֭7⑾Ŵこħкħ֭⎯㈠7

7 Ɔ֭Ŵผ㌱γ7Aผ֭Ŵ7Dzゥγħ⇡ħ‫ש‬7ִ7Ɔ—ここŴผੂ⊿7C—֭7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭7γ֭Ŵ‫ੂﭨ‬7ผ֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴк7₡่֭⎯ħ‫ੂש‬7Ɔ֭Ŵผ㌱γ7Ŵผ֭Ŵ7‫ں‬7₡ħ₡7่ਙ‫ש‬ฌ
ऑผਙ₡—㌱֭7Ŵ่ੂ7ʉħккħ่‫ف‬7кŴ่₡кਙผ₡⎯7֭ゥ㌱֭ऑ‫ש‬7ਙ—ผ7㌱—ผผ่֭‫ש‬7ऑผਙऑਙ⎯֭₡7кਙ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่㈠7Ḷ่7‫ש‬γ֭7ਙ‫ש‬γ֭ผ7⎯ħ₡֭7ਙ⑾7‫ש‬γ֭ฌ
⑾ผ֭֭ʉŴੂ7Ɔ֭Ŵผ㌱γ7Ŵผ֭Ŵ7ธ7γŴ₡7⑾ਙ—่₡7Ŵ7㌱Ŵ่₡ħ₡Ŵ‫֭ש‬7⇡—‫ש‬7₡—֭7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭7bbЌŐ7ผ֭⎯‫ש‬ผħ㌱‫ש‬ħਙ่⎯7ʉŴ⎯7่ਙ‫ש‬7Ŵ⇡к֭7‫ש‬ਙฌ
ऑผਙ₡—㌱֭7Ŵ7‫ﭨ‬ħŴ⇡к֭7㌱Ŵ่₡ħ₡Ŵ‫֭ש‬7⑾ਙผ7ਙ—ผ7—⎯֭㈠7Աਙ‫ש‬γ7Ŵผ֭Ŵ⎯7Ŵผ֭7γ֭Ŵ‫ੂﭨ‬7Ŵ่₡7₡่֭⎯֭7ผ֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴкฌ
่֭ħ‫ف‬γ⇡ਙผγਙਙ₡⎯7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7кħこħ‫֭ש‬₡7㌱ਙここ֭ผ㌱ħŴк7⎯ऑŴ㌱֭7‫ש‬γŴ‫ש‬7₡ਙ֭⎯7่ਙ‫ש‬7こ֭֭‫ש‬7bՁЋ7⎯‫ש‬Ŵ่₡Ŵผ₡7₡ħ⎯‫ש‬Ŵ่㌱֭ฌ
ผ֭‫—׀‬ħผ֭こ่֭‫⎯ש‬7ਙผ7⎯֭‫⇡ש‬Ŵ㌱,⎯⊿7Ŵ₡₡ħ‫ש‬ħਙ่Ŵк7ʉŴħ‫֭ﭨ‬ผ⎯7ʉਙ—к₡7⇡֭7ผ֭‫—׀‬ħผ֭₡7ħ⑾7ऑкŴ㌱֭こ่֭‫ש‬7㌱ਙ—к₡7⇡֭7⎯֭㌱—ผ֭₡㈠ฌ
C—֭7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭⎯֭7㌱ħผ㌱—こ⎯‫ש‬Ŵ่㌱֭⎯7Ŵ่₡7‫ש‬ਙ7ผ֭₡—㌱֭7‫ש‬γ֭7ऑผਙкħ⑾֭ผŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่7ਙ⑾7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ⎯⊿7ʉ֭7γŴ‫֭ﭨ‬7㌱ਙこ⇡ħ่֭₡ฌ
Ŵ่₡7こ֭ผ‫֭ف‬₡7ਙ—ผ7่֭֭₡⎯7ਙ⑾7ธ7⎯ħ‫⎯֭ש‬7ħ่‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γħ⎯7‫ں‬7ऑผਙऑਙ⎯֭₡7⎯ħ‫֭ש‬7‫ש‬ਙ7⎯֭ผ‫ﭨ‬ħ㌱֭7b่֭‫่่֭ש‬ħŴк7Ġħкк⎯7Ŵผ֭Ŵฌ
Ŵ่₡7ʉħкк7—⎯֭7ħ‫ש‬7‫ש‬ਙ7⎯֭ผ‫֭ﭨ‬7⇡ਙ‫ש‬γ7⎯ħ₡֭⎯7ਙ⑾7ⓈƆ7ɱㄦ㈠7Ɔ֭֭7֭ゥγħ⇡ħ‫ש‬7Ŵ‫שש‬Ŵ㌱γ֭₡7‫ש‬ਙ7⎯γਙʉ7‫ﭨ‬ħ⎯—Ŵк7ผ֭⑾֭ผ่֭㌱֭㈠ฌ

7 ╗γ֭7γ֭ħ‫ف‬γ‫ש‬7ਙ⑾7㌱ਙここ—่ħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ⎯7こŴੂ7֭ゥ㌱֭֭₡7₡ħ⎯‫ש‬ผħ㌱‫ש‬7ผ֭⎯‫ש‬ผħ㌱‫ש‬ħਙ่⎯7ऑผਙ‫ﭨ‬ħ₡ħ่‫̬ف‬7╗γ֭ผ֭7Ŵผ֭7⎯֭‫֭ﭨ‬ผŴкฌ
ਙ‫ש‬γ֭ผ7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ⎯7Ŵऑऑผਙ‫֭ﭨ‬₡7こ—㌱γ7γħ‫ف‬γ֭ผ7‫ש‬γŴ่7ฎxƥⓒ7‫ש‬γħ⎯7γ֭ħ‫ف‬γ‫ש‬7ħ⎯7่֭㌱֭⎯⎯Ŵผੂ7⑾ਙผ7‫ש‬γħ⎯7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7ħ⑾7₡֭⎯ħ‫่֭ف‬₡7‫ש‬ਙฌ
⇡֭7㌱ਙккਙ㌱Ŵ‫ֱ֭ש‬Ŵ⇡к֭7ħ่7‫ש‬γħ⎯7Ŵผ֭Ŵ7Ŵ่₡7⎯‫ש‬ħкк7Ŵкħ‫่ف‬7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7‫ש‬γ֭7‫ﭨ‬Ŵผħ֭⎯7⎯—ผผਙ—่₡ħ่‫ف‬7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ⎯7Ŵ⎯7₡ħ⑾⑾֭ผ่֭‫ש‬ฌ
γ֭ħ‫ف‬γ‫⎯ש‬㈠7╗γ֭7‫ש‬ਙऑ7ਙ⑾7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7⎯‫֭֭ש‬к7ħ⎯7ฎxɸ7Ŵ⎯7⎯γਙʉ่7ਙ่7‫ש‬γ֭7A̶ֱ

7 A่ੂ7㌱ਙここ—่ħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7こŴੂ7ऑผਙ‫ﭨ‬ħ₡֭7Ŵ7⎯֭㌱—ผħ‫ੂש‬7⑾่֭㌱֭7ਙผ7ʉŴкк㈠77Aкк7ผ֭‫—׀‬ħผ֭₡7֭‫—׀‬ħऑこ่֭‫ש‬7ʉħкк7⇡֭ฌ
кਙ㌱Ŵ‫֭ש‬₡7ʉħ‫ש‬γħ่7Ŵ7⎯‫ש‬ਙผŴ‫֭ف‬7—่ħ‫ש‬7Ŵ⎯7่ਙ‫ש‬7‫ש‬ਙ7⇡֭7‫ﭨ‬ħ⎯ħ⇡к֭7Ŵ‫ש‬7Ŵ่ੂ7к֭‫֭ﭨ‬к㈠

7 ОŴผ,ħ่‫ف‬㈠7Ќਙ7֭ゥħ⎯‫ש‬ħ่‫ف‬7ऑŴผ8ħ่‫ف‬7⎯ऑŴ㌱֭⎯7ʉħкк7⇡֭7Ŵ⑾⑾֭㌱‫֭ש‬₡㈠7
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7 ╗γ֭7㌱ਙここ—่ħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7⎯γŴкк7⇡֭7⎯‫ש‬ผ—㌱‫—ש‬ผŴккੂ7₡֭⎯ħ‫่֭ف‬₡7‫ש‬ਙ7Ŵ㌱㌱ਙここਙ₡Ŵ‫֭ש‬7こਙผ֭7‫ש‬γŴ่7ਙ่֭7Ŵ่‫่่֭ש‬Ŵฌ
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SUP-74832
ऑŴ‫֭ف‬7A̶ֱ7‫ש‬γħ⎯7⎯ħ‫֭ש‬7γŴ⎯7⇡่֭֭7₡֭⎯ħ‫่֭ف‬₡7⑾ਙผ7ธ7Ŵ₡₡ħ‫ש‬ħਙ่Ŵк7㌱Ŵผผħ֭ผ⎯7ӧ̶7‫ש‬ਙ‫ש‬Ŵкỏ7Ŵ⑾‫֭ש‬ผ7‫ש‬γħ⎯7㌱—ผผ่֭‫ש‬ฌ
Ŵऑऑкħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่7‫ש‬ਙ7こŴゥħこħ▷֭7‫ש‬γ֭7㌱ਙкਙ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่7ਙऑऑਙผ‫่—ש‬ħ‫ੂש‬㈠7

7 ╗γ֭7㌱ਙここ—่ħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7⎯γŴкк7⇡֭7₡֭⎯ħ‫่֭ف‬₡7‫ש‬ਙ7⇡֭7Ŵผ㌱γħ‫֭ש‬㌱‫—ש‬ผŴккੂ7㌱ਙこऑŴ‫ש‬ħ⇡к֭7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯—ผผਙ—่₡ħ่‫ف‬ฌ
⇡—ħк₡ħ่‫⎯ف‬7Ŵ่₡7кŴ่₡7—⎯֭⎯7ħ่7‫ש‬γ֭7▷ਙ่ħ่‫ف‬7₡ħ⎯‫ש‬ผħ㌱‫ש‬7ਙผ7ਙ‫ש‬γ֭ผʉħ⎯֭7ħ่‫ف֭ש‬ผŴ‫֭ש‬₡ⓒ7‫ש‬γผਙ—‫ف‬γ7кਙ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่7Ŵ่₡7₡֭⎯ħ‫่ف‬ⓒฌ
‫ש‬ਙ7⇡к่֭₡7ħ่7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7‫ש‬γ֭7֭ゥħ⎯‫ש‬ħ่‫ف‬7㌱γŴผŴ㌱‫֭ש‬ผħ⎯‫ש‬ħ㌱⎯7ਙ⑾7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯ħ‫֭ש‬7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭7֭ゥ‫ש่֭ש‬7ऑผŴ㌱‫ש‬ħ㌱Ŵк㈠77╗γ֭7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7ħ⎯7Ŵฌ
⎯ħこ—кŴ‫֭ש‬₡7㌱кਙ㌱7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7Ŵ่₡7ʉħкк7ħ่‫ف֭ש‬ผŴ‫֭ש‬7ʉħ‫ש‬γħ่7‫ש‬γ֭7֭ゥħ⎯‫ש‬ħ่‫ف‬7㌱γŴผŴ㌱‫֭ש‬ผħ⎯‫ש‬ħ㌱⎯7ਙ⑾7‫ש‬γ֭7Ŵผ֭Ŵ7ħ่ฌ
ਙผ₡֭ผ7‫ש‬ਙ7⇡֭7Ŵ֭⎯‫ש‬γ֭‫ש‬ħ㌱Ŵккੂ7ऑк֭Ŵ⎯ħ่‫ف‬7ਙ่7ऑผਙऑ֭ผ‫ੂש‬7Ŵ่₡7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯—ผผਙ—่₡ħ่‫ف‬7่֭ħ‫ف‬γ⇡ਙผγਙਙ₡㈠ฌ
Оγਙ‫ש‬ਙ7Ɔħこ⎯7⎯—⇡こħ‫֭שש‬₡7ħ่7‫ש‬γħ⎯7ऑŴ㌱Ŵ‫֭ف‬㈠

7 ╗γ֭7㌱ਙここ—่ħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7⎯γŴкк7⇡֭7ऑŴħ่‫֭ש‬₡7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7Ŵ7㌱ਙкਙผ7‫่֭֭ف‬ผŴккੂ7こŴ‫ש‬㌱γħ่‫ف‬7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯—ผผਙ—่₡ħ่‫⎯ف‬7ਙผฌ
⇡Ŵ㌱‫ف‬ผਙ—่₡7‫ש‬γŴ‫ש‬7こħ่ħこħ▷֭⎯7ħ‫⎯ש‬7‫ﭨ‬ħ⎯ħ⇡ħкħ‫ੂש‬ⓒ7—่к֭⎯⎯7Ŵ7₡ħ⑾⑾֭ผ่֭‫ש‬7㌱ਙкਙผ7ħ⎯7ผ֭‫—׀‬ħผ֭₡7⇡ੂ7‫ש‬γ֭7:֭₡֭ผŴкฌ
bਙここ—่ħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่7bਙここħ⎯⎯ħਙ่7ਙผ7:֭₡֭ผŴк7A‫ﭨ‬ħŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่7A₡こħ่ħ⎯‫ש‬ผŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่㈠77A⎯7ħ่₡ħ㌱Ŵ‫֭ש‬₡7Ŵ⇡ਙ‫⊿֭ﭨ‬7‫ש‬γ֭7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผฌ
ħ⎯7Ŵ7こਙ่ਙऑਙк֭7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7ऑŴ่֭к7㌱ਙ‫֭ﭨ‬ผ⎯7‫ש‬ਙ7⎯ħこ—кŴ‫֭ש‬7Ŵ7㌱кਙ㌱7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7Ŵ่₡7‫ש‬γ֭7Ŵ㌱㌱ਙこऑŴ่ੂħ่‫ف‬ฌ
Ŵ่‫่่֭ש‬Ŵ⎯7Ŵ่₡7Ŵ‫שש‬Ŵ㌱γこ่֭‫⎯ש‬7ʉħкк7⇡֭7㌱ਙ่㌱֭Ŵк֭₡7ʉħ‫ש‬γħ่7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯‫֭ש‬Ŵк‫ש‬γ7ऑŴ่֭к⎯㈠7A⎯7⎯γਙʉ่7ਙ่7A̶ֱฌ

7 Ќਙ7⎯ħ‫่ف‬Ŵк⎯ⓒ7кħ‫ف‬γ‫⎯ש‬7ਙผ7⎯ħ‫⎯่ف‬7⎯γŴкк7⇡֭7ऑ֭ผこħ‫֭שש‬₡7ਙ่7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ⎯7—่к֭⎯⎯7ผ֭‫—׀‬ħผ֭₡7⇡ੂ7‫ש‬γ֭7:֭₡֭ผŴкฌ
bਙここ—่ħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่7bਙここħ⎯⎯ħਙ่7ਙผ7:֭₡֭ผŴк7A‫ﭨ‬ħŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่7A₡こħ่ħ⎯‫ש‬ผŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่⊿7γਙʉ֭‫֭ﭨ‬ผⓒ7‫ש‬γħ⎯7⎯γŴкк7่ਙ‫ש‬7⇡֭ฌ
㌱ਙ่⎯‫ש‬ผ—֭₡7‫ש‬ਙ7ऑผ֭‫ש่֭ﭨ‬7‫ש‬γ֭7こਙ—่‫ש‬ħ่‫ف‬7ਙ⑾7Ŵ่7Ŵ่‫่่֭ש‬Ŵ7ਙ่7Ŵ7к֭‫ف‬Ŵккੂ7ऑ֭ผこħ‫֭שש‬₡7⎯ħ‫่ف‬Ŵкⓒ7кħ‫ف‬γ‫ש‬ⓒ7ਙผ7⎯ħ‫่ف‬㈠77Ќਙฌ
⎯ħ‫่ف‬Ŵк⎯ⓒ7кħ‫ف‬γ‫⎯ש‬7ਙผ7⎯ħ‫⎯่ف‬7ʉħкк7⇡֭7ऑкŴ㌱֭₡7ਙ่7‫ש‬γ֭7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7—่к֭⎯⎯7ผ֭‫—׀‬ħผ֭₡7⇡ੂ7‫ש‬γ֭7&bb7ਙผ7&AA㈠

7 Ḛผਙ—่₡7к֭‫֭ﭨ‬к7֭‫—׀‬ħऑこ่֭‫ש‬ⓒ7⇡—ħк₡ħ่‫⎯ف‬7Ŵ่₡7‫ש‬γ֭7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7ਙผ7Ŵ่‫่่֭ש‬Ŵ7⇡Ŵ⎯֭7⎯γŴкк7⇡֭7⎯㌱ผ่֭֭֭₡7⎯ਙ7Ŵ⎯7่ਙ‫ש‬7‫ש‬ਙฌ
⇡֭7‫ﭨ‬ħ⎯ħ⇡к֭7⑾ผਙこ7⎯‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫⎯ש‬7Ŵ่₡7ผ֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴк7₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬㈠77Ḛผਙ—่₡7Ձ֭‫֭ﭨ‬к7֭‫—׀‬ħऑこ่֭‫ש‬7ʉħкк7⇡֭7ʉħ‫ש‬γħ่7Ŵฌ
ऑผħ‫ﭨ‬Ŵ‫֭ש‬7⎯‫ש‬ਙผŴ‫֭ف‬7—่ħ‫ש‬ⓒ7‫ש‬γ֭ผ֭7ʉħкк7⇡֭7่ਙ7‫ﭨ‬ħ⎯—Ŵк7ਙ⑾7‫ש‬γ֭7֭‫—׀‬ħऑこ่֭‫ש‬㈠7╗γ֭7‫ف‬ผਙ—่₡7к֭‫֭ﭨ‬к7֭‫—׀‬ħऑこ่֭‫ש‬ฌ
ʉħкк7่ਙ‫ש‬7⇡֭7‫ﭨ‬ħ⎯ħ⇡к֭7⑾ผਙこ7⎯‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫⎯ש‬7ਙผ7ผ֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴк7Ŵผ֭Ŵ⎯㈠7

7 C֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬7⎯‫ש‬Ŵ่₡Ŵผ₡⎯7⑾ਙผ7Ḛbֱ╗b7ऑผਙऑ֭ผ‫ੂש‬ⓒ7‫ש‬γħ⎯7‫ש‬ਙʉ֭ผ7ʉħкк7⇡֭7ਙ‫֭ﭨ‬ผ7̶̶xƥ7⑾‫ש‬7⑾ผਙこ7ผ֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴкฌ
ऑผਙऑ֭ผ‫ੂש‬㈠7Dzゥ㌱֭֭₡ħ่‫ف‬7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯‫ש‬Ŵ่₡Ŵผ₡7ผ֭‫—׀‬ħผ֭₡7⎯֭‫⇡ש‬Ŵ㌱7⑾ผਙこ7⑾ผਙ่‫ש‬7Ŵ่₡7⎯‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫ש‬7⎯ħ₡֭7⎯֭‫⇡ש‬Ŵ㌱⎯㈠7╗γ֭ฌ
ผ֭‫—׀‬ħผ֭こ่֭‫ש‬7⑾ਙผ7̶̶x⑾‫ש‬7ħ⎯7⑾ผਙこ7Ŵ่ੂ7⎯ħ่‫ف‬к֭7⑾Ŵこħкੂ7₡֭‫ש‬Ŵ㌱γ֭₡7₡ʉ֭ккħ่‫ف‬7ʉγħ㌱γ7γŴ⎯7⇡่֭֭7֭ゥ㌱֭֭₡֭₡7ħ่ฌ
‫ש‬γħ⎯7ऑผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬㈠ฌ
7
Ɔ֭‫⇡ש‬Ŵ㌱7⑾ผਙこ7ผ֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴк7ऑผਙऑ֭ผ‫ש‬ħ֭⎯̬7╗γ֭7ऑŴผ㌱֭к7ħ⎯7▷ਙ่֭₡7bਙここ֭ผ㌱ħŴк7ӧḚbֱ╗bỏ7Ŵ่₡7ħ⎯7⎯—ผผਙ—่₡֭₡ฌ
⇡ੂ7㌱ਙここ֭ผ㌱ħŴк7ऑผਙऑ֭ผ‫ੂש‬7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7ผ֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴк7₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭7Ќਙผ‫ש‬γ7Û֭⎯‫ש‬7ਙ‫֭ﭨ‬ผ7̶ㅡ″⑾‫ש‬7ŴʉŴੂ7ӧʉγħ㌱γฌ
֭ゥ㌱֭֭₡⎯7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯‫ש‬Ŵ่₡Ŵผ₡7⎯֭‫⇡ש‬Ŵ㌱7ผ֭‫—׀‬ħผ֭こ่֭‫ש‬7ħ่7bՁЋ7Ŵ่₡7╗bỏ㈠7╗γħ⎯7ऑผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7⎯γŴкк7่ਙ‫ש‬7⇡֭7㌱ਙ่‫ש‬ผŴผੂ7‫ש‬ਙฌ
‫ש‬γ֭7ਙ‫֭ﭨ‬ผŴкк7ऑ—ผऑਙ⎯֭7Ŵ่₡7ħ่‫ש่֭ש‬7ਙ⑾7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯‫ש‬Ŵ่₡Ŵผ₡⎯7ਙผ7‫ש‬γ֭7╗ਙʉ่7b่֭‫֭ש‬ผ7ՁŴ่₡7Ⓢ⎯֭7ОкŴ่⊿7₡—֭7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭ฌ
㌱ħผ㌱—こ⎯‫ש‬Ŵ่㌱֭⎯7ਙ⑾7‫ש‬γħ⎯7Ŵผ֭Ŵⓒ7‫ש‬γ֭7‫ש‬ਙऑਙ‫ف‬ผŴऑγੂ7Ŵ่₡7ऑкŴ่่֭₡7—⎯֭ⓒ7ʉ֭7⇡֭кħ֭‫֭ﭨ‬7‫ש‬γħ⎯7ऑผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7—к‫ש‬ħこŴ‫֭ש‬кੂ7ʉħккฌ
Ŵккਙʉ7—⎯7‫ש‬ਙ7ऑผਙ‫ﭨ‬ħ₡֭7⇡֭‫֭שש‬ผ7ऑ—⇡кħ㌱゜ऑผħ‫ﭨ‬Ŵ‫֭ש‬7⎯֭ผ‫ﭨ‬ħ㌱֭7⑾ਙผ7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯—ผผਙ—่₡ħ่‫ف‬7㌱ਙここ—่ħ‫ੂש‬7Ŵ่₡7⇡—⎯ħ่֭⎯⎯7Ŵ่₡ฌ
ħ⎯7ħ่7кħ่֭7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7‫ש‬γ֭7ਙ‫֭ﭨ‬ผŴкк7₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬7Ŵ่₡7ਙ⇡㈾֭㌱‫ש‬ħ‫⎯֭ﭨ‬7ਙ⑾7╗ਙʉ่7b่֭‫֭ש‬ผ7⎯‫ש‬Ŵ่₡Ŵผ₡⎯㈠

AОb7╗ਙʉ֭ผ⎯7⇡֭кħ֭‫⎯֭ﭨ‬7‫ש‬γħ⎯7ผ֭‫ש⎯֭—׀‬7⑾ਙผ7Ŵ7Ɔऑ֭㌱ħŴк7Ⓢ⎯֭7О֭ผこħ‫ש‬7ħ⎯7Ŵ7‫ש‬γਙ—‫ف‬γ‫—⑾ש‬к7ऑผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7‫ש‬Ŵħ่‫ف‬7ħ่7₡֭⎯ħ‫่ف‬7Ŵ่₡7ऑкŴ㌱֭こ่֭‫ש‬ฌ
‫ש‬ਙ7こħ่ħこħ▷֭7‫ש‬γ֭7ħこऑŴ㌱‫⊿ש‬7Ŵ่₡7ʉਙ—к₡7ผ֭⎯ऑ֭㌱‫—⑾ש‬ккੂ7ผ֭‫ש⎯֭—׀‬7‫ש‬γŴ‫ש‬7⎯‫ש‬Ŵ⑾⑾7ผ֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭ʉ7‫ש‬γ֭7Ŵ‫שש‬Ŵ㌱γ֭₡7₡ผŴʉħ่‫⎯ف‬㈠ฌ

●⑾7ੂਙ—7⎯γਙ—к₡7γŴ‫֭ﭨ‬7Ŵ่ੂ7‫ש⎯֭—׀‬ħਙ่⎯7ਙผ7Ŵ₡₡ħ‫ש‬ħਙ่Ŵк7㌱ਙここ่֭‫⎯ש‬ⓒ7ऑк֭Ŵ⎯֭7㌱ਙ่‫ש‬Ŵ㌱‫ש‬7こ֭7Ŵ‫ש‬7ӧㄦㄦɱỏธฎxֱxㄦɱx㈠ฌ
╗γŴ่7ੂਙ—7ħ่7Ŵ₡‫ﭨ‬Ŵ่㌱֭7⑾ਙผ7ੂਙ—ผ7㌱ਙ่⎯ħ₡֭ผŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่7Ŵ่₡7‫ש‬ħこ֭7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7‫ש‬γħ⎯7こŴ‫֭שש‬ผ㈠ฌ

bੂ่‫ש‬γħŴ7Ɔ‫—׀‬ħ֭ผ7゜7●่⑾ħ่ħ‫ੂש‬7bਙਙผ₡ħ่Ŵ‫ש‬ਙผ⎯7゜7b২7ો‫ں‬7ㄦㄦɱֱธฎxֱxㄦɱx7゜7Dz২7㌱⎯‫—׀‬ħ֭ผ㌀ħ่⑾ħ่ħ‫ੂש‬㌱ਙਙผ₡ħ่Ŵ‫ש‬ਙผ⎯㈠㌱ਙこ

●่⑾ħ่ħ‫ੂש‬7bਙਙผ₡ħ่Ŵ‫ש‬ਙผ⎯7ਙ่7Ա֭γŴк⑾7ਙ⑾7AОb7╗ਙʉ֭ผ⎯77777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777Ġ่֭₡֭ผ⎯ਙ่ⓒ7Ќ֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ₡Ŵ7ฎɱxՙㅡฌ
่֭₡֭ผ⎯ਙ่ⓒ
ОŐİֱՙㅡxxɱЌ֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ₡Ŵ ฎɱxՙㅡ
‫ں‬x゜ธธ゜‫ں‬ฎ

SUP-74832
Agenda Item No.: 13.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
SUP-74836 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: PIEROGI
DEPOT - OWNER: FONG & ASSOCIATES-MEADOWS, LTD., II, ET AL - For possible
action on a request for a Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED 1,433 SQUARE-FOOT
BEER/WINE/COOLER ON-SALE ESTABLISHMENT USE at 8540 West Lake Mead
Boulevard, Suite #130 (APN 138-20-521-008), C-1 (Limited Commercial) Zone, Ward 4
(Anthony) [PRJ-74766]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 1/16/2019


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

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


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

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location, Aerial and Special Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s)
5. Justification Letter
6. Support Postcards
SUP-74836 [PRJ-74766]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: FONG & ASSOCIATES-MEADOWS, LTD., II, ET AL

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
SUP-74836 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 38

NOTICES MAILED 1120

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 4

SS
SUP-74836 [PRJ-74766]
Conditions Page One
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** CONDITIONS **

SUP-74836 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Conformance to the approved conditions for Rezoning (Z-0003-89) and Plot Plan
Review [Z-0003-89(3)].

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

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

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

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

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

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

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** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant requests approval of a Special Use Permit for a proposed 1,433 square-
foot Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale Establishment use within a proposed restaurant at 8540
West Lake Mead Boulevard, Suite #130.

ISSUES

 The proposed use is located 84 feet from an existing Individual Care Center [child
care facility] where 400 feet is required by the Conditional Use Regulations for the
Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale Establishment in Title 19.12. Therefore, pursuant to Title
19.12.040, a Special Use Permit is required for this use. Staff recommends
approval.

ANALYSIS

The Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale Establishment use is defined as “an establishment


whose license to sell alcoholic beverages is limited to the sale of beer, wine and coolers
only for consumption on the premises where the same is sold.” The proposed use
meets this definition, as the applicant intends to sell alcoholic beverages to be
consumed on site in conjunction with a proposed restaurant.

The Conditional Use Regulations for this use include:

1. Except as otherwise provided, any beer/wine/cooler on-sale establishment


(hereinafter “establishment”) must be more than 400 feet from any church/house of
worship, school, individual care center licensed for more than 12 children, or City
park.

The proposed use does not meet this requirement, as an existing Individual Care
Center is located 84 feet from the proposed use, using the measurement method
described in Regulation 2 below.

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


Regulation 1 shall be determined with reference to the shortest distance between
two property lines, one being the property line of the proposed establishment which
is closest to the existing use to which the measurement pertains, and the other being
the property line of that existing use which is closest to the proposed establishment.

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The distance shall be measured in a straight line without regard to intervening


obstacles. For purposes of measurement, the term “property line” refers to property
lines of fee interest parcels and does not include the property line of:

a. Any leasehold parcel; or


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

The proposed use meets this requirement. Distance is measured from the
nearest property line of the parcel containing the proposed use to the nearest
property line of the protected use. Both parcels were created by record of survey
and are located within a recorded commercial subdivision.

3. In the case of an establishment proposed to be located on a parcel of at least 80


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

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

This requirement does not apply, as the proposed beer/wine/cooler on-sale


establishment use is proposed on a 1.64-acre parcel.

4. The minimum distance requirements in Regulation 1 do not apply to:

a. An establishment which has a nonrestricted gaming license in connection with


a hotel having 200 or more guest rooms on or before July 1, 1992 or in
connection with a resort hotel having in excess of 200 guest rooms after July
1, 1992; or
b. A proposed establishment having more than 50,000 square feet of retail floor
space.

This requirement does not apply. The establishment is not part of a resort hotel
and contains 1,433 square feet.

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

A condition of approval addresses this requirement.

The site is located within an established shopping center in the C-1 (Limited
Commercial) zoning district. The Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale Establishment use is a
conditional use in this zoning district; however, it does not meet distance separation
requirements from an Individual Care Center use. Pursuant to Title 19.12.040, approval
of a Special Use Permit is therefore required for operation of the use.

The proposed use would be located within a proposed restaurant on a parcel that is 84
feet from a parcel containing the Individual Care Center use. Both uses are located on
the same legal lot in the commercial subdivision. The Individual Care Center has been
in operation since at least 2006. It operates under an active provisional license at this
time and is expected to have its regular license reinstated within the next 12 months.
Primary access to the Individual Care Center care is from Harbor Island Drive, but there
is secondary access through the shopping center to the rear parking lot.

The proposed use is appropriately located within a shopping center with other similar
uses along two Primary Arterials and is accessory to a restaurant use. The nearby
Individual Care Center is oriented away from the proposed use and takes its primary
access from Harbor Island Drive. For these reasons, the proposed use can be operated
compatibly with the Individual Care Center and other retail, office and restaurant uses
within the shopping center. Staff recommends approval, subject to conditions. If
denied, a business license to sell beer, wine or wine coolers with meals cannot be
issued at this location.

FINDINGS (SUP-74836)

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

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


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

The use can be conducted in a manner that is harmonious and compatible with
the existing uses. The subject suite is located within an established shopping
center with similar uses that include restaurants with on-premise sales and
consumption of alcoholic beverages. The protected individual care center is
located on a neighboring parcel whose building is oriented away from the
proposed use.

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

The existing shopping center can accommodate the intensity of the proposed
Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale Establishment use and the related restaurant use at
this location.

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 property is provided from Lake Mead Boulevard and Rampart
Boulevard, classified as Primary Arterials by the Master Plan of Streets and
Highways, and by Harbor Island Drive, a 52-foot wide local street. These
roadways are adequate in size to meet the requirements of the proposed
Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale Establishment use.

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

The proposed use will be subject to licensing review and periodic compliance for
inspection, thereby protecting the public health, safety and welfare.

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

The proposed use does not meet Conditional Use Regulation 1 regarding
distance separation requirements from an existing individual care center.
Pursuant to Title 19.12.040, when one or more conditions of the use cannot be
met, approval of a Special Use Permit is required.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

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


The City Council approved a Rezoning (Z-0043-87) from N-U (Non-
Urban) to R-PD5 (Residential Planned Development – 5 Units per
Acre) and C-1 (Limited Commercial) on 986 acres west of Buffalo
06/03/87
Drive between Lake Mead Boulevard and Cheyenne Avenue [Desert
Shores Planned Development]. The Planning Commission and staff
recommended approval.

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


The City Council approved a request for a Rezoning (Z-0003-89) from
N-U (Non-Urban) under Resolution of Intent to R-PD5 and C-1, to C-1
(Limited Commercial) as part of a larger request [South Shores
03/01/89
Planned Development] on 304 acres located on the north side of Lake
Mead Boulevard, between Buffalo Drive and Rampart Boulevard. The
Planning Commission and staff recommended approval.
The Planning Commission approved a request for a Plot Plan and
Building Elevation Review [Z-0003-89(3)] for a proposed Shopping
03/27/90
Center at the northeast corner of Lake Mead Boulevard and Rampart
Boulevard. Staff recommended approval.
A Final Map for a one-lot commercial subdivision (South Shores
11/15/91 Center) on 20.14 acres at the northeast corner of Lake Mead
Boulevard and Rampart Boulevard was recorded.
The City Council approved a request for a Special Use Permit (SUP-
11434) for a Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale Establishment use within a
proposed restaurant and a Waiver of the 400-foot distance separation
04/05/06
requirement from a child care facility at 8540 West Lake Mead
Boulevard, Suite #120. The Planning Commission recommended
approval; staff recommended denial.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


05/23/06 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A building permit (#94342497) was issued for a commercial building at
08/02/94 8540 West Lake Mead Boulevard. The permit was finalized on
08/17/94.
A business license (L09-00328) was issued for a Beer/Wine/Cooler
12/21/11 On-Sale Establishment within a restaurant at 8540 West Lake Mead
Boulevard, Suite #120. The license is still active.
A business license (T50-97988) was issued for a hookah lounge at
03/27/12 8540 West Lake Mead Boulevard, Suite #130. The license was
marked out of business on 09/12/14.
The State of Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health issued a
child care license (#991-17) at 2121 Harbor Island Drive. The license
11/01/13
expired 10/31/18; however, an active, provisional license has been
issued and the facility remains in operation.

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Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


A building plan check (C18-03401) was submitted for a tenant
08/08/18 improvement for a restaurant at 8540 West Lake Mead Boulevard,
Suite #130. A building permit has not been issued.
Application for a business license (P66-00305) was submitted for a
Beer/Wine/Cooler On-Sale Establishment at 8540 West Lake Mead
Boulevard, Suite #130. A license has not been issued and is pending
10/10/18 action on a Special Use Permit.
Application for a business license (G66-07217) was submitted for a
Restaurant at 8540 West Lake Mead Boulevard, Suite #130. A license
has not been issued.

Pre-Application Meeting
A pre-application meeting was held with the applicant to discuss
10/15/18
submittal requirements for a Special Use Permit.

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

Field Check
The subject location is a vacant suite within a shopping center. It is
11/01/18 located next to a restaurant that sells alcoholic beverages for on-
premise consumption.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 1.64

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Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
Subject SC (Service C-1 (Limited
Shopping Center
Property Commercial) Commercial)
R-PD5 (Residential
Single Family, ML (Medium Low
North Planned Development –
Detached Density Residential)
5 Units per Acre)
VC (Village Center) – P-C (Planned
South Shopping Center
Summerlin North Community)
R-PD5 (Residential
Single Family, ML (Medium Low
East Planned Development –
Detached Density Residential)
5 Units per Acre)
Commercial [Sun City P-C (Planned
West Shopping Center
Summerlin] Community)

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


South Shores Planned Development (conforms to Title 19) Y
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
No Special Area or Overlay Districts N/A
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Interlocal Agreement N/A
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification
N/A
Assessment)
Project of Regional Significance N/A

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Planned Streets and
Rampart Blvd Primary Arterial 118-125 Y
Highways Map
Planned Streets and
Lake Mead Blvd Primary Arterial 94-104 Y
Highways Map
Harbor Island Dr Local Street Title 13 52 N/A

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Pursuant to Title 19.08 and 19.12, the following parking standards apply:
Parking Requirement
Gross Floor Required Provided Compliance
Area or Parking Parking
Use Parking
Number of Handi- Handi-
Units Ratio Regular Regular
capped capped
1 space
Shopping
131,280 SF per 250 526
Center
SF GFA
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 526 653 Y
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required 515 11 638 15 Y

Waivers
Requirement Request Staff Recommendation
400-foot distance separation
To allow a 30-foot
from a church/house of
separation from an existing
worship, school, individual Approval
individual care center at
care center licensed for more
2121 Harbor Island Drive
than 12 children, or City park

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Agenda Item No.: 14.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
SNC-74759 - SREET NAME CHANGE - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY
OF LAS VEGAS - For possible action on a Street Name Change FROM: CLARK AVENUE
TO: ROBIN LEACH LANE between City Parkway and Grand Central Parkway, Ward 5 (Crear)
[PRJ-74833]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 1/16/2019


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

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


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

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s)
5. Justification Letter
SNC-74759 [PRJ-74833]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
SNC-74759 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions.

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 28

NOTICES MAILED 88

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 0

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** CONDITIONS **

SNC-73232 CONDITIONS
Planning

1. This approval shall be void two years from the date of final approval, unless
exercised.

Public Works

2. The applicant shall be responsible for all costs related to this Street Name Change
including signage and installation.

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** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request for a Street Name Change from Clark Avenue to Robin Leach Lane.

ISSUES

 A Street Name Change application is required to change the street name from Clark
Avenue to Robin Leach Lane.

ANALYSIS

The applicant has requested to change Clark Avenue to Robin Leach Lane. The subject
street intersects with Grand Central Parkway to the west and terminates at the
intersection with City Parkway to the east. Per the submitted justification letter, Robin
Leach was a philanthropist for the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health
and the Keep Memory Alive Foundation. The subject street to be renamed is adjacent to
the Lou Ruvo Center. Three addresses for Meter Pedestals and one address for a
temporary parking lot will be impacted. Public works commented that they have no
objections to the request.

FINDINGS (SNC-73232)

Staff supports the requested Street Name Change, as it is consistent with the adopted
2009 Street Naming and Address Assignment Regulations.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

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


There were no relevant city actions at the time of review.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


There have not been any building permits issued for commercial buildings or single
family dwellings along Clark Avenue.

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Field Check
During a routine field check, staff observed a local street abutting a
11/01/18 parking lot and vacant lot to the south and a parking garage and lot to
the north. No buildings were addressed off of Clark Avenue.

Pre-Application Meeting
A pre-application meeting to discuss submittal requirements for a Street Name Change
application was waived by Department of Planning staff.

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

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres N/A
Clark Avenue between Grand Central Parkway and
Street Segment City Parkway
One Property
Directly affected property owner o 850 W Clark Avenue

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


No Applicable Master Plan Area N/A
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
A-O (Airport Overlay) District (175 feet) Y
Appendix F Interim Downtown Las Vegas Development Standards Y
Downtown Casino Overlay Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails N/A
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Interlocal Agreement N/A
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification N/A
Assessment)
Project of Regional Significance N/A

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DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Properties with addresses on Wing Street that will require re-addressing:

APN Building Address Owner Notices


139-33-610-030 850 W Clark Ave City of Las Vegas N/A
N/A 303 W Clark Ave N/A Utility Meter Pedestal
N/A 320 W Clark Ave N/A Utility Meter Pedestal
N/A 323 W Clark Ave N/A Utility Meter Pedestal

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BETWEEN CITY PARKWAY AND GRAND CENTRAL PARKWAY
11/01/2018
SNC-74759 [PRJ-74833] - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS
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Agenda Item No.: 15.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
VAC-74824 - VACATION - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER: BEAZER HOMES
HOLDINGS, LLC - For possible action on a request for a Petition to Vacate a portion of a
pedestrian access, streetlight, and traffic control easement located on the northeast corner of
Grand Teton Drive and Shaumber Road, Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74790]. Staff recommends
APPROVAL.

FINAL ACTION (Unless Appealed Within 10 Days)

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


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

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s)
5. Justification Letter
VAC-74824 [PRJ-74790]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: BEAZER HOMES HOLDINGS, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
VAC-74824 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 17

NOTICES MAILED 1

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 0

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** CONDITIONS **

VAC-74824 CONDITIONS
1. The limits of this Petition of Vacation shall be the portion of the pedestrian access,
streetlight and traffic control device easement granted by the Skye Canyon II
Phase 2 plat in Book 153, Page 24 which is no longer required and is in conflict
with the proposed Skye Canyon Parcel 2.21B subdivision.

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

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

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


standards of all City Departments.

5. If the Order of Vacation (or Order of Relinquishment of Interest if a Patent


Reservation) is not recorded within one (1) year after approval by the City of Las
Vegas or an Extension of Time is not granted by the Planning Director, then
approval will terminate and a new petition must be submitted.

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** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This is a request to Vacate a portion of a pedestrian access, streetlight and traffic


control easement located on the northeast corner of Grand Teton Drive and Shaumber
Road.

ANALYSIS

This applicant proposes to vacate a portion of a pedestrian access, streetlight and traffic
control device easement, which was granted per the “Skye Canyon II Phase 2”
subdivision as recorded in Book 153, Page 24 of plats generally located at the northeast
corner of Grand Teton Drive and Shaumber Road. Per the submitted justification letter,
the reason for the vacation of the easement is that it encroaches on the Skye Canyon
Parcel 2.21B subdivision and this particular portion is no longer required. As no right-of-
way is proposed to be vacated, and thus no franchise rights are involved, it is not
necessary to send this Vacation request to the utility companies and franchise holders,
nor wait for their responses. Since only City easements are involved, any utility
company interests will need to be addressed with each respective utility company and
will not be affected by the City vacating its interest.

FINDINGS (VAC-74824)

Staff has no objection to the proposed vacation of a portion of the subject easement as
it is no longer needed; therefore, staff recommends approval with conditions.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

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


The City Council approved a request for a Rezoning (ZON-20543)
from U (Undeveloped) [TND (Traditional Neighborhood Development)
General Plan Designation] and R-E (Residence Estates) to T-D
(Traditional Development) on 1,712 acres at the southwest corner of
05/16/07
Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. The Kyle Canyon
Development Standards and Design Guidelines were approved as part
of this action. The Planning Commission and staff recommended
approval.

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


The City Council adopted Ordinance No. 5910, thereby adopting the
05/16/07 Development Agreement between Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC and
the City of Las Vegas.
The Development Agreement between Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC
and the city of Las Vegas was recorded in the Office of the County
06/20/07 Recorder. The approved Parks Agreement was recorded together with
the Development Agreement. This is the Effective Date of the
Development Agreement.
The City Council approved a Major Modification (MOD-22589) of the
Kyle Canyon Development Standards and Design Guidelines to
08/08/07 realign Iron Mountain Road between Hualapai and Grand Canyon
Drive, and to add street cross sections. The Planning Commission and
staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Petition to Annex (ANX-21949) 15.56
acres generally located on the south side of Kyle Canyon Road,
approximately 1,030 feet east of Shaumber Road and a Petition to
09/05/07 Annex (ANX-21950) 5.15 acres generally located on the south side of
Kyle Canyon Road, east of Alpine Ridge Way. The Planning
Commission and staff recommended approval. The effective date of
the annexations was 09/14/07.
The City Council approved a request for a Rezoning (ZON-20543)
from U (Undeveloped) [TND (Traditional Neighborhood Development)
General Plan Designation] and R-E (Residence Estates) to T-D
(Traditional Development) on 1,712 acres at the southwest corner of
05/16/07
Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. The Kyle Canyon
Development Standards and Design Guidelines were approved as part
of this action. The Planning Commission and staff recommended
approval.
The City Council adopted Ordinance No. 5910, thereby adopting the
05/16/07 Development Agreement between Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC and
the City of Las Vegas.
The Development Agreement between Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC
and the City of Las Vegas was recorded in the Office of the County
06/20/07 Recorder. The approved Parks Agreement was recorded together with
the Development Agreement. This is the Effective Date of the
Development Agreement.
The City Council approved a request for a Review of Condition (ROC-
22954) to remove all conditions of an approved Rezoning (ZON-
07/18/07
20543) on 1,712 acres at the southwest corner of Fort Apache Road
and Moccasin Road.

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


The City Council approved a Major Modification (MOD-22589) of the
Kyle Canyon Development Standards and Design Guidelines to
08/08/07 realign Iron Mountain Road between Hualapai and Grand Canyon
Drive, and to add street cross sections. The Planning Commission and
staff recommended approval
The City Council approved a Petition to Annex (ANX-21949) 15.56
acres generally located on the south side of Kyle Canyon Road,
approximately 1,030 feet east of Shaumber Road; and a Petition to
09/05/07 Annex (ANX-21950) 5.15 acres generally located on the south side of
Kyle Canyon Road, east of Alpine Ridge Way. The Planning
Commission and staff recommended approval. The effective date of
the annexations was 09/14/07.
The City Council approved a request (GPA-20469) to amend the
Centennial Hills Sector Plan of the General Plan to change land use
designations from PCD (Planned Community Development) and SC
(Service Commercial) to TND (Traditional Neighborhood
Development) on 7.27 acres on the west side of Oso Blanca Road,
approximately 2,190 feet south of Kyle Canyon Road. The City Council
09/19/07 also approved a Rezoning (ZON-22351) from U (Undeveloped) [PCD
(Planned Community Development) General Plan Designation], C-1
(Limited Commercial) and C-2 (General Commercial) to TD
(Traditional Development) on the same 7.27 acres. This action also
updated the Kyle Canyon Development Standards and Design
Guidelines. The Planning Commission and staff recommended
approval.
Staff completed the first Final Map Technical Review for the Kyle
Canyon Gateway Parent Final Map (FMP-24541) and conducted a
workshop pursuant to Subsection 3.05(c)(ii) of the Development
Agreement to discuss comments with the Master Developer. The
Final Map was deemed not to be in substantial compliance with the
10/23/07
approved Tentative Map (TMP- 22586). Staff and the Master
Developer agreed to retain the Final Map and have the Master
Developer submit a new Tentative Map that matched the Final Map.
The Final Map would be subject to a subsequent review once the
Tentative Map was approved.
Planning and Development and Public Works Department staff
01/31/08 conditionally approved a Final Map Technical Review for the Kyle
Canyon Gateway Final Map (FMP-24541).

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December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

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


The City Council approved a request (MSH-25695) to amend the
Master Plan of Streets and Highways to rename Horse Drive west of
Grand Canyon Drive to Kyle Heights Parkway; to realign a portion of
the Iron Mountain Road alignment between Horse Drive and the
Northern Beltway; to reclassify various streets as identified by the
special design designations adopted as part of the Kyle Canyon
Development Standards and Design Guidelines; and to add or remove
various roadway segments. The Planning Commission and staff
02/06/08
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Major Modification (MOD-25875) of the
Kyle Canyon Development Standards and Design Guidelines to
amend various street names and to clarify street cross section
drawings within the Community. A subsequent Street Name Change
application will be required prior to issuance of the first residential
permit in the Community. The Planning Commission and staff
recommended approval.
The City Council tabled a Petition to Vacate a BLM right-of-way grant
generally located north of Grand Teton Drive, south of Moccasin Road,
between Puli Road and Fort Apache Road (VAC-23811). The area to
be vacated was the original alignment of Sheep Mountain Parkway.
02/06/08 The Planning Commission and staff had recommended approval. The
Petition cannot record until “Section 1 Land,” “Providence Land,” and
“On-Property Land” are dedicated to the city for creation of the right-of-
way for the northern alignment of Sheep Mountain Parkway, pursuant
to Subsection 7.05(a)(v) of the Development Agreement.
The City Council approved a required review (DIR-28767) of a
development report pursuant to Subsection 9.01 of the Kyle Canyon
08/06/08
Development Agreement. Staff recommended approval. A condition of
approval required a follow-up review on 10/01/08.
Wachovia Bank, National Association, acting as the managing creditor
of 41 creditors, foreclosed on the Kyle Canyon property. A new entity
09/23/08
called KAG Property, LLC was formed to assume ownership of the
Kyle Canyon property.
The City Council approved a follow-up required review (DIR-29916) of
a development report pursuant to Subsection 9.01 of the Kyle Canyon
12/03/08
Development Agreement between the city of Las Vegas and Kyle
Acquisition Group, LLC. Staff recommended approval.
Notice of Noncompliance and Opportunity to Cure was sent to KAG
02/02/09 Property, LLC for failure to commence construction of Indian Hills Park
prior to 09/13/08.

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December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

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


The City Council approved the required review (DIR-34955) of a
08/05/09 development report pursuant to Subsection 9.01 of the Kyle Canyon
Development Agreement. Staff recommended approval.
The Master Developer presented to the city a summary report from
Hart Howerton Strategic Planning Consultants outlining a strategic
10/02/09
plan and recommendations for development of the Kyle Canyon
property.
The City Council approved a required review (DIR-38680) of a
08/04/10 development report pursuant to Subsection 9.01 of the Kyle Canyon
Development Agreement. Staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request or possible action on a request
for required review (DIR-42369) of a development report as required
08/17/11 by Subsection 9.01 of that certain Development Agreement between
the city of Las Vegas and Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC dated August 8,
2007. Staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request to Amend the Master Plan of
Streets and Highways (GPA-41958) to realign Sheep Mountain
11/16/11 Parkway between Grand Teton Drive and Fort Apache Road and
delete master planned roadways within the Kyle Canyon master plan
area. Planning Commission and staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request for a Petition to Vacate (VAC-
11/16/11 42250) portions of the Sheep Mountain Parkway right-of-way grant.
The Planning Commission and staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request regarding the amending of the
Development Agreement (DIR-42266) for the Kyle Canyon
Development on approximately 1,662 acres at the southwest corner of
11/16/11
Fort Apache Road and Moccasin Road. Planning Commission and
staff recommended approval. The Development Agreement (Doc.
#201206260000001) was recorded on 06/26/12.
The Planning Commission approved a Tentative Map (TMP-53058) for
a 45-lot subdivision on 1,661.8 acres approximately 1,800 feet north of
04/08/14
Horse Drive on the west side of Oso Blanca Road. Staff
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request or possible action on a request
for required review (DIR-54776) of a development report as required
08/06/14 by Subsection 9.01 of that certain Development Agreement between
the city of Las Vegas and Kyle Acquisition Group, LLC dated August 8,
2007. Staff recommended approval.
The Final Map (FMP-53700) for a proposed four-pod residential
09/18/14 subdivision (Skye Canyon Phase 1) on 163.65 acres at the northwest
corner of Grand Teton Drive and Grand Canyon Drive was recorded.

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Staff Report Page Six
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

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


The City Council approved a Variance (VAR-55892) to allow
deviations from the Street Naming Guidelines and Street Naming
Configuration sections of the City of Las Vegas Street Naming and
Addressing Assignment Regulations, 2009 Edition on Horse Drive
01/21/15
between the US 95 and Iron Mountain Road, Fort Apache Road
between the US 95 and Moccasin Road, as well as on Hualapai Way
from Grand Teton Drive to Moccasin Road, respectively. The Planning
Commission and staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request a Street Name Change (SNC-
55060) from Horse Drive to: Skye Canyon Park Drive (between the US
95 and Iron Mountain Road); from Fort Apache Road to North Skye
01/21/15 Canyon Park Drive (between the US 95 and Moccasin Road); and
from Hualapai Way to Skye Village Road (between Grand Teton Drive
and Moccasin Road). The Planning Commission and staff
recommended approval.
The City Council approved a Directors Business Item (DIR-57816) for
the 2nd amendment to the Kyle Canyon Development agreement.
04/15/15
The Planning Commission and Staff recommended approval on
03/10/15.
Department of Planning staff approved an administrative site plan
05/04/15 (SDR-58930) for a conceptual review of Skye Canyon parks 1.5, 1.6,
and 2.13.
The City Council approved a Director’s Business Item (DIR-59826)
regarding the adoption of a parks agreement accompanying the 2nd
07/15/15
amendment to the Sky Canyon development agreement. The
Planning Commission and staff recommend approval.
The City Council approved a Directors Business Item (DIR-63962) for
07/20/16 the 3rd amendment to the Kyle Canyon Development agreement. The
Planning Commission and staff recommended approval on 06/14/16.
The City Council approved a Director’s Business Item (DIR-65021)
regarding the adoption of a parks agreement accompanying the 3rd
07/20/16
amendment to the Sky Canyon development agreement. Staff
recommended approval.
The Final Map (FMP-61563) for a 13-POD residential/park subdivision
01/13/17 on 214.68 acres at the northwest corner of Grand Teton Drive and
Skye Village Road was recorded.
The Planning Commission approved Tentative Map (TMP-73326) for a
proposed 120-lot Single-Family Residential Subdivision on 16.01 acres
06/12/18
on the northeast corner of Grand Teton Drive and Shaumber Road.
Staff recommended approval.

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Staff Report Page Seven
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

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


The City Council approved Major Modification (MOD-73325) request to
modify the Kyle Canyon Development standards to amend the
07/18/18 minimum setbacks for the Kyle R-CL (Single Family Compact Lot),
Kyle R-TH (Single Family Attached), and Kyle R-2 (Medium-Low
Density Residential) Districts. Staff recommended approval.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


10/04/18 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


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

Pre-Application Meeting
Staff conducted a pre-application meeting with the applicant where
10/18/18 the submittal requirements and deadlines were reviewed for a
proposed Vacation.

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

Field Check
Staff conducted a routine field check and found an undeveloped lot.
11/01/18
No issues were noted.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 16.01

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December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
TND (Traditional
Subject T-D (Traditional
Undeveloped Neighborhood
Property Development)
Development)
TND (Traditional
T-D (Traditional
North Undeveloped Neighborhood
Development)
Development)
PCD (Planned
Single Family, PD (Planned
South Community
Detached Development)
Development)
TND (Traditional
T-D (Traditional
East Undeveloped Neighborhood
Development)
Development)
TND (Traditional
T-D (Traditional
West Undeveloped Neighborhood
Development)
Development)

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


Skye Canyon Master Plan Area Y
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
T-D (Traditional Development) District Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Trails – Pedestrian Path (Grand Teton) Y
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Interlocal Agreement N/A
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification N/A
Assessment)
Project of Regional Significance N/A

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Master Plan of
Grand Teton
Primary Arterial Streets and 95 Y
Drive
Highways
Kyle Canyon
Shaumber Road Arterial Street Development 90 Y
Standards

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VAC-74824
VAC-74824 [PRJ-74790] - VACATION - APPLICANT/OWNER: BEAZER HOMES HOLDINGS, LLC
NORTHEAST CORNER OF GRAND TETON DRIVE AND SHAUMBER ROAD
11/01/2018
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Agenda Item No.: 16.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

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

C.C.: 1/16/2019

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 4 Planning Commission Mtg. 1
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report - GPA-74312, ZON-74313, VAR-74314 and SDR-74315 [PRJ-
74089]
3. Supporting Documentation - GPA-74312, ZON-74313, VAR-74314 and SDR-74315 [PRJ-
74089]
4. Photo(s) - GPA-74312, ZON-74313, VAR-74314 and SDR-74315 [PRJ-74089]
5. School Development Tracking Form - Submitted by Clark County School District
6. Justification Letter - GPA-74312, ZON-74313, VAR-74314 and SDR-74315 [PRJ-74089]
7. Protest/Support Postcards for GPA-74312 and ZON-74313 [PRJ-74089]
8. Documentation Not Vetted - Protest (3) Comment Forms for GPA-74312 and ZON-74313
[PRJ-74089]
GPA-74312, ZON-74313, VAR-74314 and SDR-74315 [PRJ-74089]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: CENTURA DEVELOPMENT - OWNER:
CHARLIE RAH RAH IRREVOCABLE BUSINESS TRUST, ET AL

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
GPA-74312 Staff recommends APPROVAL. N/A
ZON-74313 Staff recommends APPROVAL. GPA-74312
VAR-74314 Staff recommends DENIAL, if approved subject to GPA-74312
conditions: ZON-74313
SDR-74315 Staff recommends DENIAL, if approved subject to GPA-74312
conditions: ZON-74313
VAR-74314

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 18

NOTICES MAILED 352 - GPA-74312 and ZON-74313


352 - VAR-74314 and SDR-74315

PROTESTS 4 - GPA-74312 and ZON-74313


4 - VAR-74314 and SDR-74315

APPROVALS 1 - GPA-74312 and ZON-74313


1 - VAR-74314 and SDR-74315

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** CONDITIONS **

VAR-74314 CONDITIONS
Planning

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


(SDR-74315).

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

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

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

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

SDR-74315 CONDITIONS

Planning

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


74315) shall be required, if approved.

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

3. All development shall be in conformance with the site plan, date stamped
09/24/18; and landscape plan, and building elevations, date stamped 08/23/18,
except as amended by conditions herein.

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4. A Waiver from Title 19.06.110 is hereby approved, to allow a five-foot perimeter


landscape buffer where six feet is required.

5. An Exception from Title 19.06.040 (C)(8) is hereby approved, to allow zero trees;
where 30, 24-inch box trees are required.

6. The Mechanical Equipment shall be screened in accordance with Title


19.08.040(E)(4).

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

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

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

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


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

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

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

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

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Public Works

14. Dedicate 40-feet of right-of-way adjacent to this site for Lindell Road and
dedicate a 25-foot radius on the southeast corner of Charleston Boulevard and
Lindell Road prior to the issuance of any permits. Additionally grant a 5-foot
Pedestrian Access Easement adjacent to Charleston Boulevard prior to the
issuance of building permits for this site.

15. Construct all half-street improvements meeting Current City Standards on Lindell
Road including the possible reconstruction of the curb return at the southeast
corner of Lindell Road and Charleston Boulevard adjacent to this site including
appropriate transition paving, concurrent with the development of this site.
Correct all American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) deficiencies and remove all
unused driveway cuts, if any, on the sidewalk along Charleston Boulevard
adjacent to this site in accordance with code requirements of Title 13.56.040 to
the satisfaction of the City Engineer concurrent with development of this site. All
existing paving damaged or removed by this development shall be restored at its
original location and to its original width concurrent with development of this site.

16. Concurrent with development of this site, connect to the public sewer line in
Charleston Boulevard at a location acceptable to the Sanitary Sewer Section of
the Department of Public Works.

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


(NDOT) for the construction of improvements in the Charleston Boulevard public
right-of-way adjacent to this site prior to constructing any improvements within
NDOT jurisdiction.

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

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


development of this project with the “West Charleston Bus Turnouts”
improvement project and any other public improvement projects adjacent to this
site. Comply with the recommendations of the City Engineer.

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

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

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** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant is requesting a 106-unit apartment complex consisting of three-story


buildings on 4.62 acre, consisting of two vacant parcels at the southeast corner of
Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road.

ISSUES

 A General Plan Amendment (GPA-74312) is requested to amend a portion of the


Southeast Sector Plan from SC (Service Commercial) to M (Medium Density
Residential). Staff supports this request.
 A companion Rezoning (ZON-74313) is requested to rezone the subject site from C-
1 (Limited Commercial) to R-3 (Medium Density Residential). Staff supports this
request.
 A Variance (VAR-74314) is requested to allow 172 parking spaces where 189
spaces are required. Staff does not support this request.
 A Site Development Plan Review (SDR-74315) for a 106-unit multi-family residential
development with a Waiver to allow a five-foot wide perimeter landscape buffer
along the east property line, where six feet is required. Staff does not support this
request.

ANALYSIS

The applicant is requesting to amend the Southeast Sector Plan from SC (Service
Commercial) to M (Medium Density Residential) and to rezone the property from C-1
(Limited Commercial) to R-3 (Medium Density Residential) on two parcels, a total of
4.62 acres located at the southeast corner of Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road.
The proposed Rezoning (ZON-74341) from C-1 (Limited Commercial) to R-3 (Medium
Density Residential) is consistent with the proposed M (Medium Density Residential)
General Plan Land Use Designation. The adjacent properties to the west are
designated MXU (Mixed Use) and SC (Service Commercial). The land to the north of
Charleston Boulevard and east of the property are designated MXU (Mixed Use). Land
is designed L (Low Density Residential) to the south. The requested M (Medium
Density Residential) is compatible with the land use designations of the properties to the
north, south, west and the east. Staff therefore recommends approval of the General
Plan Amendment.

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Properties to the west are zoned R-E (Residence Estates) and C-2 (General
Commercial); to the north and east are C-1 (Limited Commercial); and the south is
zoned R-1 (Single Family Residential). The proposed R-3 (Medium Density
Residential) zoning district conforms to the proposed M (Medium Density Residential)
General Plan designation. The current proposal is for three-story, apartment buildings
containing 106 units and has a proposed density of 22.94 dwelling units per acre, which
is allowed under the proposed M General Plan designation.

Access to the site is proposed from Lindell Road, with a 43-foot wide driveway with
gates proposed. There are six parking spaces located outside of the gate area along
the entrance of the development. There are shade structures provided for most of the
parking spaces on the development. The proposed development does not meet Title 19
requirement for parking; therefore, the applicant has requested Variance (VAR-74314)
to allow 172 parking spaces where the proposed development requires 189 parking
spaces. The applicant has requested as part of Site Development Plan Review (SDR-
74315) a Waiver to allow a five-foot perimeter landscape buffer, where six feet is
required along the east property line. The development is required to provide a 24-inch
box trees along the east property line with spacing at one tree per 20 feet, when it is
adjacent to a commercial property. In addition to the Waiver request, the applicant has
requested an exception to allow zero, 24-inch box trees within the landscape buffer
along the east property line.

The submitted elevations indicated four building types, all three stories in height. All
elevations have similar aesthetic features, with pitched rooflines, stucco exteriors and
concrete tile roofing. One of the buildings adjacent to the entrance to the development
houses a clubhouse located on the ground floor with less than 3,000 square feet
dedicated to the use; the remaining floors house the apartments.

Perimeter landscaping generally consists of alternating Flowering Plum, Willow Acacia,


Shoestring Acacia, Holly Oak, and Mondel Pine spaced 20 feet apart with a variety of
shrubs. The landscape buffer meets the Title 19 width standards with the exception
along the east property line. Landscape materials are drought tolerant and appropriate
for this area of the city.

The Clark County School District projects that approximately 27 primary and secondary
school students would be generated by the proposed development on this site. Of the
three schools serving the area (Doris Hancock Elementary School, Hyde Park Middle
School and Bonanza High School), the District notes that Doris Hancock Elementary
School and Hyde Park Middle School are over capacity for the 2018-19 school year,
and no new schools are planned in this area at this time.

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Department of Public Works has indicated the Average Daily Traffic (ADT), that this
project will add approximately 577 trips per day on Charleston Boulevard and Lindell
Road. Currently, Charleston Boulevard is at about 75 percent of capacity and Lindell
Road is at about 28 percent of capacity. With this proposed development, Charleston
Boulevard is expected to be at about 76 percent of capacity, and Lindell Road is
expected to be about 31 percent of capacity. Based on the Peak Hour use, this
development will add to the area roughly 47 additional cars per hour or about three
every four minutes.

The parcels are not currently served by LVVWD. Civil and plumbing plans will need to
be submitted to LVVWD for domestic meter sizing, fire flow availability and backflow
prevention. Proof of parcel lot consolidation will be required prior to civil plan approval
by LVVWD. SNWA Regional Connection Charges will be assessed on a per unit basis
and all fees are due prior to civil plan approval or building permit issuance.

In summary staff supports the requested General Plan Amendment and Rezoning.
However, with the requested Variance for reduction of the required number of parking
spaces for the multi-family development and a Waiver to reduce the perimeter
landscape buffer along the east property line, the proposed development is not
compatible with the surrounding area; staff recommends denial of the Variance and Site
Development Plan Review. If this request is approved, it is subject to conditions.

FINDINGS (GPA-74312)

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

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


compatible with the existing adjacent land use designations,

The proposed M (Medium Density Residential) designation is compatible with the


existing adjacent land use designations. The proposed amendment would allow
for a multi-family residential to be developed at this location.

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


compatible with the existing adjacent land uses or zoning districts,

The proposed amendment would allow for the R-3 (Medium Density Residential),
which would be compatible with the commercial properties fronting Charleston
Boulevard.

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


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

There are transportation, recreation, utility and other facilities that are adequate to
accommodate the uses and densities permitted by the proposed General Plan
Amendment.

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


policies.

There are no other applicable plans for this particular area. The proposal
conforms to the Neighborhood Revitalization strategy area (Southeast Sector)
policies for development outlined in the Las Vegas 2020 Master Plan.

FINDINGS (ZON-74313)

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


Commission or City Council must affirm the following:

1. The proposal conforms to the General Plan.

The proposed Rezoning to R-3 (Medium Density Residential) would conform to


the M (Medium Density Residential) General Plan designation if approved.

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

The proposed R-3 (Medium Density Residential) zoning district would allow for the
proposed multi-family development. This is compatible with the surrounding uses
within the subject site.

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

The subject parcel was originally intended to serve as a corner lot commercial hub
for this neighborhood. As the area developed with almost exclusively residential
and supporting uses, the market for low intensity commercial services greatly
decreased. The pattern of development in this area supports rezoning to R-3
(Medium Density Residential) rather than remaining C-1 (Service Commercial).

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


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

The subject parcel has access to Charleston Boulevard, a 100-foot primary


arterial and Lindell Road, an 80-foot Collector as designated on the city’s Master
Plan of Streets and Highways. These roads are adequate in size to
accommodate development in an R-3 zoning district.

FINDINGS (VAR-74314)

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

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


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

Additionally, Title 19.16.140(L) states:


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

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


applicant has created a self-imposed hardship by over building the subject site by
having a higher number units and bedrooms which require more parking spaces. An
alternative is provide 189 parking spaces or more or reduce the amount of units and
bedrooms would allow conformance to the Title 19 requirements. In view of the
absence of any hardships imposed by the site’s physical characteristics, it is concluded
that the applicant’s hardship is preferential in nature, and it is thereby outside the realm
of NRS Chapter 278 for granting of Variances.

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FINDINGS (SDR-74315)

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

1. The proposed development is compatible with adjacent development and


development in the area;

The proposed three-story multi-family development is not compatible with


adjacent and development in the area as a Waiver has been requested for the
perimeter landscape buffer width reduction along the east property line. The
proposed development is deficient in the required parking spaces resulting in a
Variance request.

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

The proposed development is not consistent with Title 19, as the proposed site
needs Waivers for the reduced landscape buffer along the east property line and a
Variance request to allow 172 parking spaces where 189 is required.

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


neighborhood traffic;

Access to the site is provided via Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road.
Circulation around the site is acceptable.

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

Building materials are compatible with those used for the adjacent multi-family
buildings. Perimeter landscaping consists of drought-tolerant trees and plants that
are compatible with other landscaping in this 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 proposed three-story multi-family building elevations are not unsightly in


appearance.

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

Development of the site will be subject to building permit review and inspection,
thereby protecting the health, safety and general welfare of the public.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

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


The City Council approved a request for a General Plan Amendment
(GPA-5120) to amend a portion of the southwest sector plan of the
General Plan from GC (General Commercial) to ML (Medium-Low
Density Residential) on 5 acres adjacent to the southwest corner of
Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road. Planning Commission
12/15/04 recommended approval. Staff recommended denial.
The City Council approved a request for a Rezoning (ZON-5121) from
C-2 (General Commercial) to R-PD8 (Residential Planned
Development – 8 Units Per Acre) on 5 acres adjacent to the southeast
corner of Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road. Planning
Commission recommended approval. Staff recommended denial.
The City Council approved a request for a Site Development Plan
Review (SDR-5122) for a 40-lot single-family residential development
on 5 acres adjacent to the southwest corner of Charleston Boulevard
and Lindell Road. Planning Commission recommended approval. Staff
recommended denial.
12/15/04 The City Council approved a request for a Variance (VAR-5124) to
allow 0.44 acres of open space where 0.66 acres is the minimum
required for a 40-lot single-family residential development on 5 acres
adjacent to the southwest corner of Charleston Boulevard and Lindell
Road. Planning Commission recommended approval. Staff
recommended denial.
The City Council approved a request for an Extension of Time (EOT-
18785) of an approved Rezoning (ZON-5121) from C-2 (General
02/07/07 Commercial) to R-PD8 (Residential Planned Development – 8 Units
Per Acre) on 5 acres adjacent to the southeast corner of Charleston
Boulevard and Lindell Road. Staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request for an Extension of Time (EOT-
19548) of an approved Site Development Plan Review (SDR-5122) for
03/07/07 a 40-lot single-family residential development on 5 acres at the
southwest corner of Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road. Staff
recommended approval.

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GPA-74312, ZON-74313, VAR-74314 and SDR-74315 [PRJ-74089]
Staff Report Page Eight
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

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


The City Council approved a request for an Extension of Time (EOT-
19549) of an approved Variance (VAR-5124) to allow 0.44 acres of
open space where 0.66 acres is the minimum required for a proposed
03/07/07
40-lot single-family residential development on 5 acres at the
southwest corner of Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road. Staff
recommended approval.
A request for a General Plan Amendment (GPA-50835) from ML
(Medium Low Density Residential) to GC (General Commercial) on
10/08/13
4.62 acres at the southeast corner of Charleston Boulevard and Lindell
Road. The Planning Commission and staff recommended approval.
A request for a Rezoning (ZON-50839) from U (Undeveloped) to C-2
(General Commercial) on 4.62 acres at the southeast corner of
10/08/13
Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road. The Planning Commission
and staff recommended approval.
The Planning Commission voted (7-0) to hold in ABEYANCE GPA-
10/09/18 74312, ZON-74313, VAR-74314 and SDR-74315 [PRJ-74089] to the
December 11, 2018 Planning Commission meeting.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


08/30/17 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


No building permits or business licenses have been issued at the subject site.

Pre-Application Meeting
Staff conducted a pre-application meeting to discuss the submittal
07/31/18 requirements for the General Plan Amendment, Rezoning, Variance
and Site Development Plan Review applications.

Neighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting was held at Elks Lodge – Meeting Room
located at 4100 West Charleston Boulevard.
09/19/18
Meeting Start Time: 6:00 PM
Meeting End Time: 7:00 PM

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GPA-74312, ZON-74313, VAR-74314 and SDR-74315 [PRJ-74089]
Staff Report Page Nine
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Neighborhood Meeting
Attendance
 Four (4) representative from the developer
 Two (2) representatives present from the Office of the City
Council
 One (1) member of the Planning Department in attendance.
Thirty-one (31) members of the public were in attendance

Issues
 The public expressed concern about increase in crimes
associated with a multi-family residential development. An
individual pointed out the Condominium development located
around Charleston Boulevard and Jones Boulevard, where it
became an apartment instead of a condo and has increased
crime in the area.
 One member of the public discussed that the additional number
of students to be added to the nearby schools that are already
crowded. Questioned where the pupils living to the proposed
apartment will be attending schools. The developer has
acknowledged that classroom size is an issue.
09/19/18  Other concern is the additional traffic that will be added on
Lindell Road. The intersection is already difficult to get onto
Charleston Boulevard. Is there going to be controlled traffic
light to be installed. The neighbors would like to see the copy of
the traffic study or traffic impact analysis for this area. The
developer states that they are still working on the traffic study.
 Questions about entire Lindell Road alignment between
Charleston Boulevard and Sahara Avenue is going to be
improved as complete street. The developer states that the
portion of his parcel which has not been dedicated yet will be
dedicated to the City and has to develop his portion of the
street.
 The developer was asked if this development will be offered as
a low income rental and what is the price for rent. The
developer states that the rental will start as low as $1400 per
month.
 The public states that they prefer either a commercial
development or a single family residential subdivision, with a
single story, ranch-style only homes and not a multi-family
residential development.

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GPA-74312, ZON-74313, VAR-74314 and SDR-74315 [PRJ-74089]
Staff Report Page Ten
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Neighborhood Meeting
 The public has issues about the parking Variance and
questioned as to where the other remaining vehicles would park
if the site has 17 less parking spaces to the required 189
parking spaces. The surround neighbor’s does not want cars to
be parked on Lindell Road.

Field Check
A routine field check was conducted by staff of the subject site and
08/30/18 noted that the property is surrounded by chain link fence, with natural
vegetation throughout the site and trash debris within the property.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 4.62

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
Subject SC (Service C-1 (Limited
Undeveloped
Property Commercial) Commercial)
Car Wash, Full
Service
Financial
C-1 (Limited
North Institution, General MXU (Mixed Use)
Commercial)
General Retail
Store, Other Than
Listed
Single Family, L (Low Density R-1 (Single Family
South
Detached Residential) Residential)
General Retail
C-1 (Limited
East Store, Other Than MXU (Mixed Use)
Commercial)
Listed
Motor Vehicle C-2 (General
MXU (Mixed Use)
Sales (Used) Commercial)
West
Single Family, SC (Service R-E (Residence
Detached Commercial) Estates)

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GPA-74312, ZON-74313, VAR-74314 and SDR-74315 [PRJ-74089]
Staff Report Page Eleven
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


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

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to Title 19.06, the following standards apply:


Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Lot Size 7,000 SF 201,247 SF Y
Min. Setbacks
 Front 10 Feet 20 Feet Y
 Side 5 Feet 75 Feet Y
 Corner 5 Feet 20 Feet Y
 Rear 20 Feet 84 Feet Y
Min. Distance Between Buildings 10 Feet 10 Feet Y
Screen,
Trash Enclosure Screened, Gated, w/ a Gated, w/a Y
Roof or Trellis Roof
As
Not Shown
Mech. Equipment Screened Conditioned

Review the following from Title 19.08.040 for compliance


Residential Adjacency Standards Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
3:1 proximity slope 15 Feet 84 Feet Y
Trash Enclosure 50 Feet 70 Feet Y

General Plan Permitted Density Units Allowed


SC (Service Commercial) N/A N/A

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GPA-74312, ZON-74313, VAR-74314 and SDR-74315 [PRJ-74089]
Staff Report Page Twelve
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Proposed General Plan Permitted Density Units Allowed


M (Medium Density
25.49 du/ac 117
Residential)
Existing Zoning Permitted Density Units Allowed
C-1 (Limited Commercial) N/A N/A
Proposed Zoning Permitted Density Units Allowed
R-3 (Medium Density
13-50 du/ac 60-231
Residential)

Pursuant to Title 19.06, the following standards apply:


Landscaping and Open Space Standards
Standards Required Provided Compliance
Ratio Trees
Buffer Trees:
 North 1 Tree / 20 Linear Feet 14 Trees 14 Trees Y
 South 1 Tree / 20 Linear Feet 14 Trees 14 Trees Y
 East 1 Tree / 20 Linear Feet 30 Trees 0 Trees N*
 West 1 Tree / 20 Linear Feet 24 Trees 24 Trees Y
TOTAL PERIMETER TREES 85 Trees 52 Trees N
1 Tree / 6 Uncovered
Parking Area Spaces, plus 1 tree at the
30 Trees 30 Trees Y
Trees end of each row of
spaces
LANDSCAPE BUFFER WIDTHS
Min. Zone Width
 North 10 Feet 10 Feet Y
 South 6 Feet 10 Feet Y
 East 6 Feet 5 Feet N*
 West 10 Feet 10 Feet Y
Wall Height 6 to 8 Feet Adjacent to Residential 6 Feet Y
*A Waiver has been requested as part of Site Development Plan Review (SDR-74315).

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Charleston Planned Streets and
Primary Arterial 90 Y
Boulevard Highways Map
Planned Streets and
Lindell Road Collector 27 N
Highways Map

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GPA-74312, ZON-74313, VAR-74314 and SDR-74315 [PRJ-74089]
Staff Report Page Thirteen
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Parking Requirement
Gross Required Provided Compliance
Floor Area Parking Parking
Use Parking
or Number Handi- Regula Handi-
Ratio Regular
of Units capped r capped
1 Bedroom 36 Units 1.25/unit 45
2 Bedroom 58 Units 1.75/unit 102
3 Bedroom 12 Units 2/unit 24
Guest
106 Units 6/6 units 18
Parking
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 189 172 N*
Regular and Handicap Spaces N*
183 6 166 6
Required
Percent Deviation 4%
*A Variance (VAR-74314) application has been requested to allow 172 spaces where 189 parking spaces
are required.

Waivers
Requirement Request Staff Recommendation
To allow a five-foot
A six-foot perimeter
perimeter landscape
landscape buffer within the Denial
buffer along the east
interior lot lines.
property line.

Exceptions
Requirement Request Staff Recommendation
One 24-inch box trees per To allow zero trees
every space at 20 feet along the east Denial
interval. property line.

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General Plan Amendment FROM: SC TO: M


RNP - Rural Neighborhood MLA - Medium - Low Attached GTC - Tourist Commercial PF-CC Public Facility
Preservation Clark County
LVMD - Las Vegas Medical
M - Medium District Subject Property
RE - Rural Estates TC - Town Center

DR - Desert Rural H - High LI/R - Light Industrial / Research


RC - Resource Conservation
PCD - Planned Community
R - Rural O - Office 1000ft Buffer
GIS maps are normally produced
Development C - Downtown - Commercial only to meet the needs of the City.
Due to continuous development activity
SC - Service Commercial PR-OS - Park/Recreation/ this map is for reference only.
L - Low MXU - Downtown - Mixed Use Geographic Inform ation System
Open Space
Planning & Development Dept.
ML - Medium - Low GC - General Commercial TND - Tradional Neighborhood City Limits 702-229-6301
PF - Public Facility
Development Date: Tuesday, December 04, 2018
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SOUTHEAST CORNER OF CHARLESTON BOULEVARD AND LINDELL ROAD
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APPLICANT: CENTURA DEVELOPMENT - OWNER: CHARLIE RAH RAH IRREVOCABLE BUSINESS TRUST, ET AL
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF CHARLESTON BOULEVARD AND LINDELL ROAD
08/30/18
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APPLICANT: CENTURA DEVELOPMENT - OWNER: CHARLIE RAH RAH IRREVOCABLE BUSINESS TRUST, ET AL
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF CHARLESTON BOULEVARD AND LINDELL ROAD
08/30/18
GPA-74312 [PRJ-74089] - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT RELATED TO ZON-74313, VAR-74314 AND SDR-74315 -
APPLICANT: CENTURA DEVELOPMENT - OWNER: CHARLIE RAH RAH IRREVOCABLE BUSINESS TRUST, ET AL
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF CHARLESTON BOULEVARD AND LINDELL ROAD
08/30/18
GPA-74312 [PRJ-74089] - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT RELATED TO ZON-74313, VAR-74314 AND SDR-74315 -
APPLICANT: CENTURA DEVELOPMENT - OWNER: CHARLIE RAH RAH IRREVOCABLE BUSINESS TRUST, ET AL
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF CHARLESTON BOULEVARD AND LINDELL ROAD
08/30/18
GPA-74312 [PRJ-74089] - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT RELATED TO ZON-74313, VAR-74314 AND SDR-74315 -
APPLICANT: CENTURA DEVELOPMENT - OWNER: CHARLIE RAH RAH IRREVOCABLE BUSINESS TRUST, ET AL
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF CHARLESTON BOULEVARD AND LINDELL ROAD
08/30/18
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APPLICANT: CENTURA DEVELOPMENT - OWNER: CHARLIE RAH RAH IRREVOCABLE BUSINESS TRUST, ET AL
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF CHARLESTON BOULEVARD AND LINDELL ROAD
08/30/18
GPA-74312 [PRJ-74089] - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT RELATED TO ZON-74313, VAR-74314 AND SDR-74315 -
APPLICANT: CENTURA DEVELOPMENT - OWNER: CHARLIE RAH RAH IRREVOCABLE BUSINESS TRUST, ET AL
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF CHARLESTON BOULEVARD AND LINDELL ROAD
08/30/18
PRJ-74089
09/24/18

GPA-74312, ZON-74313, VAR-74314


& SDR-74315 REVISED
PRJ-74089
09/24/18

GPA-74312, ZON-74313,
VAR-74314 & SDR-74315 REVISED
From: noreply@formstack.com
To: Planning Comments
Subject: Planning Application Comments Form
Date: Monday, October 01, 2018 7:11:39 PM

Formstack Submission For: Planning Application


Comments Form_2018
Submitted at 10/01/18 7:11 PM

Planning
Application GPA-74312
Number:

Position: I Oppose

Name: Gerald DeCesare

Residential
or 5408 LONGRIDGE AVE
Business LAS VEGAS, NV 89146
Address:

Phone: (702) 524-7855

Email: jdec6@yahoo.com

I am a trustee of the owner of K & G Investments, LLC


that owns the single family home at the above address.

I have been told that the intention of this planning


application number above in conjunction with ZON-
74313, VAR-74314 and SDR-74315 is to change the
zoning and get a variance to build a multi story low
Comments:
income development that will lower the values of the
properties in the vicinity. the LLC has been the owner
of the location for over 12 years and the value of the
house is still not above what we paid for it. I do not
want a further deterioration of values int he area and
therefore oppose these items. Please do not vote to
change or approve any of the above items. Thank you.

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

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - ZON-74313 - REZONING RELATED TO GPA-74312 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT: CENTURA DEVELOPMENT - OWNER: CHARLIE RAH RAH
IRREVOCABLE BUSINESS TRUST, ET AL - For possible action on a request for a Rezoning
FROM: C-1 (LIMITED COMMERCIAL) TO: R-3 (MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) on
4.62 acres at the southeast corner of Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road (APNs 163-01-501-
001 and 002), Ward 1 (Tarkanian) [PRJ-74089]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

C.C.: 1/16/2019

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 4 Planning Commission Mtg. 1
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Consolidated Backup
2. Location and Aerial Maps - ZON-74313, VAR-74314 and SDR-74315 [PRJ-74089]
3. Supporting Documentation
4. School Development Tracking Form - Submitted by Clark County School District
Consistent with the City’s
sustainability efforts to reduce
paper use, backup
documentation pertaining to
related items will appear as
backup under the first item. This
item includes such consolidated
backup documentation. Please
refer to the first related
application in the subject line of
the Agenda Summary Page.
ZON-74313

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BARTONA ST
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LIVERPOOL RD

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BREANNA ST
CORY PL
UPLAND BLVD

MOHAWK ST
ALPINE PL

W CHARLESTON BLVD

LYTTON AVE
WESTWIND RD

HOLMBY AVE

HOLMBY AVE
LINDELL RD

WILSHIRE ST
LONGRIDGE AVE

DEL REY AVE

MOUNTAIN VIEW DR
WESTWIND RD

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Zoning
U - (GPA Designation) R-TH - Single Family P-R - Professional Offices C-M - Commercial/Industrial
FROM: C-1 TO: R-3
Undeveloped Attached and Parking
M - Industrial
R-A - Ranch Acres R-2 - Medium-Low P-O - Professional Office
Density Residential C-V - Civic Subject Property
R-E - Residential Estates N-S - Neighborhood Service
R-3 - Medium Density
R-D - Single-Family Residential P-C - Planned Community
O - Office
Residential-Restricted
R-4 - High Density
R-PD - Residential T-D - Traditional Development 1000ft Buffer
GIS maps are normally produced
Residential C-D - Designed Commercial only to meet the needs of the City.
Planned Development Due to continuous development activity
R-5 - Apartment PD - Planned Development this map is for reference only.
R-1 - Single Family C-1 - Limited Commercial Geographic Inform ation System
Residential R-MH - Mobile/Manufactured City Limits
Planning & Development Dept.
T-C - Town Center 702-229-6301
R-CL - Single-Family Home Residence C-2 - General Commercial
Date: Tuesday, December 04, 2018
Compact-Lot R-MHP - Residential Mobile/ C-PB - Planned Business
Manufactured Home Park Park
Agenda Item No.: 18.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

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

C.C.: 1/16/2019

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


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

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

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Consolidated Backup
2. Supporting Documentation
3. Protest (3)/Support (1) Postcards for VAR-74314 and SDR-74315 [PRJ-74015]
4. Documentation Not Vetted - Protest (3) Comment Forms for VAR-74314 and SDR-74315
[PRJ-74015]
Consistent with the City’s
sustainability efforts to reduce
paper use, backup
documentation pertaining to
related items will appear as
backup under the first item. This
item includes such consolidated
backup documentation. Please
refer to the first related
application in the subject line of
the Agenda Summary Page.
VAR-74314

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Agenda Item No.: 19.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

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

C.C.: 1/16/2019

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


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

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

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Consolidated Backup
2. Supporting Documentation
3. Traffic Notes Submitted by the City of Las Vegas Department of Public Works Traffic
Engineering Division
4. School Development Tracking Form - Submitted by Clark County School District
5. Documentation Not Vetted - Protest (1) Comment Form
Consistent with the City’s
sustainability efforts to reduce
paper use, backup
documentation pertaining to
related items will appear as
backup under the first item. This
item includes such consolidated
backup documentation. Please
refer to the first related
application in the subject line of
the Agenda Summary Page.
SDR-74315

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Charlie Rah Rah Irrevocable Business Trust, et al

SEC Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road


Proposed 106 unit apartment complex.

Proposed Use

Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 5.44 577


MULTIFAMILY HOUSING (MID-RISE)
AM Peak Hour 106 0.36 38
[DWELL]
PM Peak Hour 0.44 47
Existing traffic on nearby streets:
Charleston Boulevard
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 40,213
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 3,217

Lindell Road
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 4,519
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 362

Traffic Capacity of adjacent streets:


Adjacent Street ADT Capacity
Charleston Boulevard 53,445
Lindell Road 16,380

This project will add approximately 577 trips per day on Charleston Blvd. and Lindell Rd. Currently, Charleston is at
about 75 percent of capacity and Lindell is at about 28 percent of capacity. With this project, Charleston is expected to
be at about 76 percent of capacity and Lindell to be at about 31 percent of capacity.

Based on Peak Hour use, this development will add into the area roughly 47 additional cars, or about three every four
minutes.

Note that this report assumes all traffic from this development uses all named streets.
Agenda Item No.: 20.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - SUP-74127 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT/OWNER: GORDON FAMILY TRUST - For possible action on a request for a
Special Use Permit FOR A PROPOSED SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL RENTAL USE at
5400 Irish Spring Street (APN 125-33-114-016), R-1 (Single Family Residential) Zone, Ward 4
(Anthony) [PRJ-74071]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

MAY GO TO CITY COUNCIL ON 1/16/2019


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

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 32 Planning Commission Mtg. 2
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions:

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Photo(s)
5. Justification Letter
6. Protest/Support Postcards
7. Documentation Not Vetted - Protest (12) Comment Forms
SUP-74127 [PRJ-74071]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: GORDON FAMILY TRUST

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
SUP-74127 Staff recommends APPROVAL, subject to conditions: N/A

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 16

NOTICES MAILED 280

PROTESTS 32

APPROVALS 2

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** CONDITIONS **

SUP-74127 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. At such time as the property is put up for sale, the property owner shall
voluntarily expunge the Special Use Permit.

2. Conformance to all Minimum Requirements under LVMC Title 19.12 for a Short-
Term Residential Rental use, unless waived herein.

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

4. The use shall not include the rental or occupancy of an accessory structure
(Class I or II), a tent, a trailer or a mobile unit.

5. Prior to the issuance of a Short-Term Residential Rental business license all


inspections required by the City of Las Vegas must be approved.

6. All necessary business licenses shall be obtained in compliance with Title 6 prior
to any rental activities.

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

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

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

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December 11, 2018- Planning Commission Meeting

** STAFF REPORT **
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant is proposing to operate a Short-Term Residential Rental use within the
existing single-family dwelling at 5400 Irish Spring Street.

ISSUES

 Pursuant to Title 19.12, a Short-Term Residential Rental use is permitted in the R-1
(Single Family Residential) zoning district as a Conditional Use.
 The applicant will not comply with the owner occupied requirements and bedroom
limitations of the conditional use regulations and therefore per Title 19.12.040 a
Special Use Permit is required.
 The applicant is required to schedule an inspection through the Department of
Planning - Code Enforcement Division. The inspection must be approved prior to the
issuance of the business license.
 Code Enforcement opened a case (#190599) for the illegal operation of a Short-
Term Residential Rental at 5400 Irish Spring Street on 06/20/2018.

ANALYSIS

The subject property contains a single-family dwelling, is zoned R-1 (Single Family
Residential); and is subject to Title 19 requirements. The dwelling contains four
bedrooms per Clark County Assessor records. Staff will be alerting Code Enforcement
to inspect and verify that no work has been completed on the house (by current or past
owners) without obtaining permits. If such work has occurred, permits and final
inspections will be required. The Short-Term Residential Rental definition specifically
prohibits the rental or occupancy of an accessory structure (Class I or II), a tent, a trailer
or a mobile unit. Staff has included a recommended condition that includes that
restriction.

A Short-Term Residential Rental use is permitted in the R-1 (Single Family Residential)
zoning district as a Conditional Use. The proposed use does not meet the Conditional
Use Regulations requiring it to be owner occupied during each period the unit is rented
and to contain three or fewer bedrooms; therefore, per Title 19.12.040 a Special Use
Permit is required. If another Short Term Residential Rental Special Use Permit (SUP)
is approved within the 660-foot separation radius after a complete application is
submitted, the additional SUP may factor into the determinations made by staff,
Planning Commission and City Council. Furthermore, it may necessitate additional
waivers, renotification at the expense of the applicant, and delays in obtaining final
action.
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The Short-Term Residential Rental use is defined as “The commercial use, or the
making available for commercial use, of a residential dwelling unit for dwelling, lodging
or sleeping purposes, wherein any individual guest rents or occupies the entire dwelling
unit or one or more individual rooms within the unit for a period of less than 31
consecutive calendar days. This use does not include a “Community Residence,”
“Facility for Transitional Living for Released Offenders,” or any other facility with
dwelling units that is specifically defined in Chapter 19.18. For purposes of this Title, this
use does not include the rental or occupancy of an accessory structure (Class I or II), a
tent, a trailer or a mobile unit. In the case of a single parcel containing more than one
dwelling unit, each dwelling unit constitutes a separate short-term residential rental
use.”

The Minimum Special Use Permit Requirements for this use include: (The requirements
marked with an asterisk cannot be waived.)

*1. The operator must obtain a business license to operate the use.

If this Special Use Permit is approved, the applicant will be required to obtain a
business license prior to operating.

*2. The use must comply on an ongoing basis with all governmental licensing and
regulatory requirements, including the payment of applicable room taxes and
licensing fees.

If a business license is issued for this Short-Term Residential Rental, it will be


subject to license renewal and annual compliance review to ensure that all
regulatory requirements continue to be met.

*3. The use must comply with the City’s noise regulations as they apply to residential
uses, as well as any applicable provisions of the Municipal Code that may pertain
to odor nuisances.

The Code Enforcement Division will investigate noise and odor nuisance
allegations and take enforcement action when appropriate. Reports of violations
will be forwarded to the Business Licensing Division for action when appropriate.

*4. Vehicle parking associated with the use shall comply with applicable parking
regulations, and vehicles of guests and invitees shall not obstruct traffic or
access to other properties in the area.

The Code Enforcement Division will investigate traffic and access obstruction
allegations and take enforcement action when appropriate. Reports of violations
will be forwarded to the Business Licensing Division for action when appropriate.

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*5. In addition to and independent of any enforcement authority or remedy described


in this Title, the failure to comply with a Minimum Special Use Permit
Requirement or other condition of approval associated with this use may be
enforced as in the case of a violation of Title 6 by means of a civil proceeding
pursuant to LVMC 6.02.400 to 6.02.460, inclusive.

If a business license is issued for this Short-Term Residential Rental, it will be


subject to license renewal and annual compliance review to ensure that all
regulatory requirements continue to be met.

*6. The use is allowed in the P-O, O, C-1, C-2 and C-PB Zoning Districts only in
connection with the residential component of a mixed-use development or in a
dwelling unit permitted as a legal nonconforming use.

This condition does not apply, as the subject site is not zoned P-O, O, C-1, C-2
or C-PB.

*7. The maximum occupancy of the residential dwelling unit shall not exceed the
limits provided for in LVMC 6.75.090.

The Code Enforcement Division will investigate maximum occupancy allegations


and take enforcement action when appropriate. Reports of violations will be
forwarded to the Business Licensing Division for action when appropriate.

8. The use may not be located closer than 660 feet to any other Short-Term
Residential Rental use (measured from property line to property line).

The proposed use meets this requirement, as the subject property is 12,087 feet
from the nearest Short-Term Residential Rental use.

Code Enforcement opened a case (#190599) for the illegal operation of a Short-Term
Residential Rental at 5400 Irish Spring Street. As a result, the applicant applied for a
Special Use Permit.

Additional parking for a Short-Term Residential Rental is only required if the unit has
more than five bedrooms, at which point one additional space shall be required for
every two additional bedrooms or fractional portion thereof. The proposed Short-Term
Residential Rental has four bedrooms and therefore is not required to provide additional
parking.

The property is located within a residential neighborhood. The site meets distance
separation requirements and the use can be conducted in a manner that is harmonious
with existing surrounding land uses; therefore, staff recommends approval subject to
conditions.

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FINDINGS (SUP-74127)

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

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


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

The proposed Short-Term Residential Rental use can be conducted in a manner


that is harmonious and compatible with the existing surrounding land uses. The
subject property is located more than 660 feet from another Short-Term
Residential Rental Use.

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

The subject site is physically suitable for the use as a Short-Term Residential
Rental.

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


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

The proposed Short-Term Residential Rental use will be accessed from Irish
Spring Street, a 51-foot wide local street, which will provide adequate access for
the proposed use.

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

The approval of the Special Use Permit on this subject property will be subject to
conditions of approval, business license approval, and compliance inspections to
assure it will not compromise the public health safety and welfare.

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

The proposed Short-Term Residential Rental use complies with all of the Special
Use Permit requirements listed in Title 19.12.

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BACKGROUND INFORMATION

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


The City Commission approved a Petition for Annexation (A-0003-64)
05/14/64 for approximately 5,000 acres located north of Lone Mountain Road and
West Decatur Boulevard.
The City Council approved Rezoning (Z-0112-93) from R-E (Residence
Estates) to R-1 (Single Family Residence) and R-D (Single Family
01/19/94 Residence – Restricted) for proposed single family dwellings located on
the southeast corner of Ann Road and Durango Drive. The Planning
Commission recommended approval of the request.
A Code Enforcement case (#92902) was processed for a retaining wall
07/20/10 that detached in the yard at 5400 Irish Spring Street. The case was
resolved on 09/16/10.
A Code Enforcement case (#190599) was processed for an unlicensed
06/20/18 Short Term Residential Rental at 5400 Irish Spring Street. The case has
not been resolved.
The Planning Commission voted (7-0) to hold in ABEYANCE SUP-
10/23/18 74127 [PRJ-74071] to the December 11, 2018 Planning Commission
meeting.

Most Recent Change of Ownership


09/05/06 A deed was recorded for a change in ownership.

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


There are no related building permits and/or business licenses for the subject site.

Pre-Application Meeting
Staff conducted a pre-application meeting with the applicant where the
07/30/18 submittal requirements and deadlines were reviewed for a proposed
Short-Term Residential Rental use.

Neighborhood Meeting
A neighborhood meeting was not required or held.

Field Check
During a routine field check, staff observed a well maintained single
08/30/18
family dwelling with no trash or debris.

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Details of Application Request


Site Area
Net Acres 0.20

Existing Land Planned or Special


Surrounding Existing Zoning
Use Per Title Land Use
Property District
19.12 Designation
Subject Single Family, L (Low Density R-1 (Single Family
Property Detached Residential) Residential)
Single Family, L (Low Density R-1 (Single Family
North
Detached Residential) Residential)
Single Family, L (Low Density R-1 (Single Family
South
Detached Residential) Residential)
Single Family, L (Low Density R-1 (Single Family
East
Detached Residential) Residential)
Single Family, L (Low Density R-1 (Single Family
West
Detached Residential) Residential)

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


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

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Irish Spring
Local Street Title 13 51 Y
Street

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SUP-74127 [PRJ-74071] - SPECIAL USE PERMIT - APPLICANT/OWNER: GORDON FAMILY TRUST
5400 IRISH SPRING STREET
08/31/18
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Agenda Item No.: 21.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - RENOTIFICATION - GPA-74633 - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT -
PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: KB HOME - OWNER: MS NORTHWEST LAND
COMPANY - For possible action on a request for a General Plan Amendment to amend the
Trails Element of the Las Vegas 2020 Master Plan and all related maps on 60.39 acres at the
northwest and northeast corners of Deer Springs Way and Grand Montecito Parkway (APNs
125-21-201-001; 125-20-601-003, 005 and 006; 125-20-602-002, 005, 006, 009, 010 and 011;
and 125-20-603-001 through 004), T-C (Town Center) Zone [MC-TC (Montecito - Town
Center) and UC-TC (Urban Center - Town Center) Special Land Use Designations], Ward 6
(Fiore) [PRJ-74608]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

C.C.: 1/16/2019

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 4 Planning Commission Mtg. 2
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Conditions and Staff Report - GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-
74639 [PRJ-74608]
3. Supporting Documentation - GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-
74639 [PRJ-74608]
4. Photo(s) - GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639 [PRJ-74608]
5. Justification Letter - GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639
[PRJ-74608]
6. Protest/Support Postcards for GPA-74633 and SUP-74637 [PRJ-74608]
7. Documentation Not Vetted - Protest (3) Comment Form for GPA-74633, SUP-74637, SDR-
74638 and TMP-74639 [PRJ-74608]
GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 AND TMP-74639 [PRJ-74608]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: NOVEMBER 13, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT: KB HOMES - OWNER: MS NORTHWEST LAND
COMPANY, LLC

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
GPA-74633 Staff recommends APPROVAL.
VAR-75154 Staff recommends DENIAL, if approved subject to GPA-74633
conditions:
SUP-74637 Staff recommends DENIAL, if approved subject to GPA-74633
conditions: VAR-75154
SDR-74638 Staff recommends DENIAL, if approved subject to GPA-74633
conditions: SUP-74637
VAR-75154
TMP-74639 Staff recommends DENIAL, if approved subject to GPA-74633
conditions: SUP-74637
SDR-74638
VAR-75154

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 40

NOTICES MAILED 799 - GPA-74633 and VAR-75154


799 - SUP-74637 and SDR-74638
799 - TMP-74639

PROTESTS 4 - GPA-74633
0 - VAR-75154
4 - SUP-74637
4 - SDR-74638
6 - TMP-74639

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APPROVALS 2 - GPA-74633
0 - VAR-75154
3 - SUP-74637
3 - SDR-74638
2 - TMP-74639

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** CONDITIONS **

VAR-75154 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Approval of General Plan Amendment (GPA-74633) and conformance to the


Conditions of Approval for Special Use Permit (SUP-74637), Site Development
Plan Review (SDR-74638) and Tentative Map (TMP-74639) shall be required, if
approved.

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

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

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

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

SUP-74637 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Conformance to all requirements under the Town Center Development Standards


Manual for a Gated Community with Private Street use.

2. Approval of General Plan Amendment (GPA-74633) and conformance to the


Conditions of Approval for Variance (VAR-75154), Site Development Plan Review
(SDR-74638) and Tentative Map (TMP-74639) shall be required.

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

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

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

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

SDR-74638 CONDITIONS

Planning

1. Approval of General Plan Amendment (GPA-74633) and conformance to the


Conditions of Approval for Variance (VAR-75154), Special Use Permit (SUP-
74637) and Tentative Map (TMP-74639) shall be required.

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

3. Trash enclosures shall be provided in sufficient size and numbers to meet the
needs of each multi-family development.

4. Trash and refuse collection areas, and mechanical equipment located within each
multi-family development shall be designed and screened in accordance with Title
19.08.

5. All perimeter walls, fences, screen and retaining walls shall be designed and
constructed in conformance with Town Center Development Standards Manual,
except as amended herein.

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

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

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

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 as Final Map submittal. A permanent underground
sprinkler system is required, and shall be permanently maintained in a satisfactory
manner; the landscape plan shall include irrigation specifications. Installed
landscaping shall not impede visibility of any traffic control device.

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

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

12. A Comprehensive Construction Staging Plan shall be submitted to the Department


of Planning for review and approval prior to the issuance of any building permits.
The Construction Staging Plan shall include the following information: Design and
location of construction trailer(s); design and location of construction fencing; all
proposed temporary construction signage; location of materials staging area; and
the location and design of parking for all construction workers.

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

Public Works

14. Dedicate additional right-of-way up to a total width of 80 feet for Oso Blanca Road
as a Town Center Arterial prior to issuance of permits for adjacent development.

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15. Unless otherwise allowed by the City Engineer, submit all required documentation
and support materials to the Right of way Section of the Department of Public
Works to modify the City’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Plan of
development to include the construction of storm drain facilities on the south side
of Assessor's Parcel (APN) #125 20 501-007 to obtain legal right to construct the
proposed off-site storm drain prior to constructing improvements on APN #125-20-
501-007. If legal right cannot be obtained, Unit 2 of this Site Plan shall be revised
to addresses accommodation for existing storm drain facilities on this site. No
permits for areas dependent on the proposed storm drain facility shall be issued
until such legal right is obtained.

16. Street “A” between Grand Montecito and Oso Blanca shall be constructed as
shown on the approved Site Plan to include traffic signal underground
infrastructure at both the intersection with Grand Montecito Parkway and Oso
Blanca Road. A Public Access Easement for vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian
traffic shall be granted across the entire length of Street “A”. Street “A” shall be
privately maintained and shall not be gated. Any public easements needed to
accommodate future traffic signals at both ends of this street shall be granted
concurrent with the development of this site. This street may be dedicated to the
City at the request of the applicant if the Director of Public Works determines it is
necessary for regional street network connectivity.

17. Construct full-width street improvements per Title 19.04.120.B including


appropriate transition paving on Oso Blanca Road as a Town Center Arterial and
as modified by the City Engineer to match Nevada Department of Transportation’s
(NDOT’s) construction on Oso Blanca Road with a 12-foot trail on the west side of
Oso Blanca Road along the entire frontage. Provide written documentation that
this project has been coordinated with NDOT and the City Engineer. Additionally,
construct all incomplete half street improvements on Deer Springs Road adjacent
to this site and modify the Deer Springs Way/Grand Montecito Parkway
intersection and the Deer Springs Way/Doe Brook Trail intersection to meet the
approval of the City Traffic Engineer concurrent with the development of this site.
Deer Springs Way modifications associated with Unit 5 shall be finalized through
the required Traffic Impact Analysis. All existing paving damaged or removed by
this development shall be restored at its original location and to its original width
concurrent with development of this site.

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

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19. All development west of the Doe Brook Trail alignment, excluding unit 4, may
connect to public sewer in Doe Brook Trail. Coordinate with the Sanitary Sewer
Planning Section of the Department of Public Works to determine the appropriate
location for public sewer connection to this site for all lots east of Doe Brook Trail,
prior to the issuance of any permits. Comply with the recommendations of the
Sanitary Sewer Planning Section. Provide public sewer easements for all public
sewers not located within existing public street right-of-way prior to the issuance of
any permits. Improvement Drawings submitted to the City for review shall not be
approved for construction until all required Public Sewer Easements necessary to
connect this site to the existing public sewer system have been granted to the City.

20. Construct off-site sewer in Oso Blanca Road at a depth and location acceptable to
the Sanitary Sewer Section of the Department of Public Works. Civil improvement
plans for units 3 and 4 cannot be approved until the public sewer in Oso Blanca
Road downstream of this project to Centennial Center Boulevard is under
construction.

21. No structures (covered parking) and no trees or vegetation taller than three feet
shall be allowed within any Public Sewer Easements or Public Drainage
Easements. Permanent structures shall be set back sufficient distance from public
infrastructure to meet required excavation limits.

22. Modify the existing downstream public sewer at the intersection of Deer Springs
Way and Doe Brook Trail to send flow southward to existing manhole LT-62.

23. The applicant shall maintain the approved landscaping in Deer Springs Way and
Grand Montecito Parkway, including the median, adjacent to this site, per the
existing recorded Encroachment Agreement. The applicant shall either amend the
existing agreement, or submit a new License Agreement for landscaping and
private improvements in the Deer Springs Road public right-of-way, if any, prior to
the issuance of permits for these improvements. The applicant must carry an
insurance policy for the term of the License Agreement and add the City of Las
Vegas as an additionally insured entity on this insurance policy. If requested by the
City, the applicant shall remove property encroaching in the public right-of-way at
the applicant's expense pursuant to the terms of the City's License Agreement.
The installation and maintenance of all private improvements in the public right of
way shall be the responsibility of the applicant and any successors in interest to
the property and assigns pursuant to the terms of the License Agreement.
Coordinate all requirements for the License Agreement with the Land Development
Section of the Department of Building and Safety (229-4836).

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

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

26. Site Development to comply with all applicable conditions of approval for TMP-
74639.

TMP-74639 CONDITIONS

Planning

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

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2. Approval of General Plan Amendment (GPA-74633) and conformance to the


Conditions of Approval for Variance (VAR-75154), Special Use Permit (SUP-
74637) and Site Development Plan Review (SDR-74638) shall be required.

3. Prior to the submittal of any Final Map, the applicant shall coordinate with the City
Surveyor and other city staff to determine the most appropriate mapping action
necessary to create a separate parcel from APNs 125-20-603-002 and 004.
Subsequent to that new parcel’s creation the applicant shall modify the existing
land use district as depicted on Map 4 Town Center Land Use to that of the district
found on APN 125-21-201-001 for the newly created parcel. The applicant shall file
a Major Modification with the Department in accordance with the procedures and
standards applicable to a rezoning application as set forth in LVMC 19.16.090.

4. Street names must be provided in accordance with the City’s Street Naming
Regulations.

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

6. In conjunction with creation, declaration and recordation of the subject common-


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

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


Subdivision Statutes.

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Public Works

8. Prior to the recordation of a Final Map for this site, a Petition of Vacation for any
public right-of-way or City easements in conflict with the recordation of such a Final
Map must be recorded. The Order of Vacation for such conflicts must record
immediately prior to and concurrent with the recordation of the appropriate Final
Map.

9. Prior to the recordation of a Final Map for individual lots along the southern
property line east of the Doe Brook Trail alignment, the applicant shall determine
the final disposition of the existing private improvements on Assessor’s Parcel
Number 125-21-201-001 that are not maintained by the applicant. Any solution
that involves the areas in question becoming public right-of-way shall meet the
approval of the City Engineer.

10. Dedicate additional right-of-way up to a total width of 80 feet for Oso Blanca Road
as a Town Center Arterial on the Final Map for this site. Additionally, dedicate 10
feet on Deer Springs Road to accommodate the cross section provided on the
approved site plan.

11. Unless otherwise allowed by the City Engineer, submit all required documentation
and support materials to the Right of way Section of the Department of Public
Works to modify the City’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Plan of
development to include the construction of storm drain facilities on the south side
of Assessor's Parcel (APN) #125 20 501-007 to obtain legal right to construct the
proposed off-site storm drain prior to constructing improvements on APN #125-20-
501-007. If legal right cannot be obtained, Unit 2 of this Tentative Map shall be
revised to addresses accommodation for existing storm drain facilities on this site.
No permits for areas dependent on the proposed storm drain facility shall be
issued until such legal right is obtained.

12. Street “A” between Grand Montecito and Oso Blanca shall be constructed as
shown on the approved Site Plan to include traffic signal underground
infrastructure at both the intersection with Grand Montecito Parkway and Oso
Blanca Road. A Public Access Easement for vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian
traffic shall be granted across the entire length of Street “A”. Street “A” shall be
privately maintained and shall not be gated. Any public easements needed to
accommodate future traffic signals at both ends of this street shall be granted
concurrent with the development of this site. This street may be dedicated to the
City at the request of the applicant if the Director of Public Works determines it is
necessary for regional street network connectivity.

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13. Internal private streets must be granted and labeled on the Final Map for 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. Construct full-width street improvements per Title 19.04.120.B including


appropriate transition paving on Oso Blanca Road as a Town Center Arterial and
as modified by the City Engineer to match Nevada Department of Transportation’s
(NDOT’s) construction on Oso Blanca Road with a 12-foot trail on the west side of
Oso Blanca Road along the entire frontage. Provide written documentation that
this project has been coordinated with NDOT and the City Engineer. Additionally,
construct all incomplete half street improvements on Deer Springs Road adjacent
to this site and modify the Deer Springs Way/Grand Montecito Parkway
intersection and the Deer Springs Way/Doe Brook Trail intersection to meet the
approval of the City Traffic Engineer concurrent with the development of this site.
All existing paving damaged or removed by this development shall be restored at
its original location and to its original width concurrent with development of this
site.

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

16. All lots west of the Doe Brook Trail alignment may connect to public sewer in Doe
Brook Trail. Coordinate with the Sanitary Sewer Planning Section of the
Department of Public Works to determine the appropriate location for public sewer
connection to this site for all lots east of Doe Brook Trail, prior to the issuance of
any permits. Comply with the recommendations of the Sanitary Sewer Planning
Section. Provide public sewer easements for all public sewers not located within
existing public street right-of-way prior to the issuance of any permits.
Improvement Drawings submitted to the City for review shall not be approved for
construction until all required off-site Public Sewer Easements necessary to
connect this site to the existing public sewer system have been granted to the City.

17. Construct off-site sewer in Oso Blanca Road at a depth and location acceptable to
the Sanitary Sewer Section of the Department of Public Works. Civil improvement
plans for unit 3 cannot be approved until the public sewer in Oso Blanca Road
downstream of this project to Centennial Center Boulevard is under construction.

18. The onsite public sewers within public easements must comply with current City
standards. Meet with the Sanitary Sewer Section of the Department of Public
Works to discuss sewer setbacks from property lines and parking spaces.

19. Modify the existing downstream public sewer at the intersection of Deer Springs
Way and Doe Brook Trail to send flow southward to existing manhole LT-62.

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20. Grant a 30-foot wide “Public Sewer Easement and Public Utility Easement, Surface
to be Privately Maintained over the Common Element “Y”.

21. Construct a minimum 5-foot wide paved surface over the proposed public sewer in
Common Element “DD”. The width of Common Element “DD” may need to be
increased during civil plan review.

22. Construct a minimum 12-foot wide paved surface over the proposed public sewer
in Common Element “Y” to provide maintenance vehicle access to all public sewer
manholes. Construct vehicular access gates at the north and south ends of
Common Element “Y” for city maintenance vehicles.

23. Grant a “Public Sewer Easement, Surface to be Privately Maintained” over the
entirety of Common Element “Y”. No trees and no landscaping over 3-feet tall
shall be allowed within any of the proposed sewer easements.

24. A working sanitary sewer connection shall be in place prior to final inspection of
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 of any building permits beyond 50% of all units within this development.
All off-site improvements adjacent to this site, including all required landscaped
areas between the perimeter walls and adjacent public streets, shall be
constructed and accepted prior to issuance of building permits beyond 75%. The
above thresholds notwithstanding, all required Improvements shall be constructed
in accordance with Title19.02.130.D.

25. The applicant shall maintain the approved landscaping in Grand Montecito
Parkway, including the median, adjacent to this site, per the existing recorded
Encroachment Agreement. The applicant shall either amend the existing
agreement, or submit a new License Agreement for landscaping and private
improvements in the Deer Springs Road public right-of-way, if any, prior to the
issuance of permits for these improvements. The applicant must carry an
insurance policy for the term of the License Agreement and add the City of Las
Vegas as an additionally insured entity on this insurance policy. If requested by the
City, the applicant shall remove property encroaching in the public right-of-way at
the applicant's expense pursuant to the terms of the City's License Agreement.
The installation and maintenance of all private improvements in the public right of
way shall be the responsibility of the applicant and any successors in interest to
the property and assigns pursuant to the terms of the License Agreement.
Coordinate all requirements for the License Agreement with the Land Development
Section of the Department of Building and Safety (229-4836).

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

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

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

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** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant is proposing to develop 60.53 acres located on the west and east sides of
Grand Montecito Parkway, north of Deer Springs Way. The proposed development
includes 491 multi-family units and 303 detached single-family residences.

ISSUES

 A General Plan Amendment is proposed to eliminate Town Center Collector


Trails, Town Center Arterial Trails, and a Town Center Multi-Use Trail located
adjacent to and within the subject site. Staff supports this request.
 A Variance is requested to allow 641 parking spaces where 811 is required for
both multi-family (apartment) complexes. Staff does not support this request.
 A Special Use Permit is requested to allow a private street without a gate, and
multiple gated communities with private streets. Staff does not support this
request.
 A Site Development Plan Review is proposed for a development that includes
two apartment complexes totaling 491 units, and a detached, single-family
residential subdivision that includes 303 lots. Staff does not support this request.
 A Tentative Map with Waivers is proposed to allow private streets to terminate in
dead-end stubs and modified hammerheads where cul-de-sacs or hammerheads
are required. Staff does not support this request.
 A Waiver is requested to not provide a five-foot wide landscape buffer in
conjunction with subdivision perimeter walls with retaining walls with a height of
greater than six feet. Staff does not support this request.

ANALYSIS

The subject site encompasses 14 parcels and spans across two separate Special Land
Use Designations within the Town Center Master Plan Area. The two Special Land Use
Designations are divided by a 60-foot wide public utility easement that runs north and
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East of the utility easement is the UC-TC (Urban Center Mixed Use – Town Center)
Special Land Use Designation. The intent of the Urban Center Mixed Use District is to
enable development with imaginative site and building design and maximize the use of
the property. These developments should have a compatible mixture of land uses and
encourage employment opportunities and the provision of goods and services to the
Centennial Hills area of the City. Local supporting land uses such as parks, other public
recreational facilities, some schools and churches are also allowed in this district.

West of the utility easement is the MC-TC (Montecito – Town Center) Special Land Use
Designation. The Montecito District is intended to be a multi-use activity center focused
on walkability and the opportunity for residents to have access to a variety of
destinations. The Montecito District is the most appropriate area within Centennial Hills
for large scale mixed-use and multi-use developments, and is envisioned as having a
balanced mix of office, retail, residential and entertainment uses. Within this district
there are no rigid design requirements, but instead the focus is on the interaction
between the public and private realm, ease of pedestrian circulation, and abundance of
open space. The central location of the Montecito District within Town Center supports
medium to high density and intensity of diverse uses, which are encouraged in order to
create a vibrant neighborhood.
The Montecito District shall be limited to the boundaries of Montecito (MC-TC) as
depicted in Map Four. The boundaries of the Montecito District may not be expanded,
and no request to modify the District beyond the depicted boundaries will be accepted
or processed.

The applicant has proposed to develop the 60.53 acres in five units consisting of three
detached, single-family residential subdivisions and two multi-family (apartment)
complexes for a total of five unts. Unit 1 is located within the MC-TC district just east of
Grand Montecito Parkway. This unit contains 110 single-family residential lots and is
gated with private streets. Unit 2 is also a single-family residential subdivision located
within the MC-TC district, with 107-lots. This subdivision is north of Unit 1 and is also
gated with private streets. East of Unit 1 is the third and final residential subdivision
proposed. This unit is within the UC-TC district and contains 86 single-family residential
lots. This particular unit is designed to provide lots comparable in size to the existing
single-family residential subdivision to the south commonly known as Timberlakes. Unit
4 encompasses the far northeastern portion of the overall site and is programmed for a
multi-family (apartment) complex containing 306 units. The units will be spread
throughout the 13.29-acre site within 13 three-story buildings. The complex will also
provide a pool, courtyard, and clubhouse/community center. This majority of this
complex is within the UC-TC portion of the site, but a portion of the site does cross the
utility easement and includes a portion of the MC-TC district. A Condition of Approval
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designation for this particular unit as parcels with split designations are not supported by
the Town Center Development Standards Manual or Title 19. The fifth and final unit is
the second multi-family (apartment) complex located on the west side of Grand
Montecito Parkway within the MC-TC district of Town Center. This complex provides
185-units within eight, three-story buildings and also provides a pool, courtyard, and
clubhouse/recreation center for the residents.

General Plan Amendment


The applicant is requesting a General Plan Amendment to eliminate the portion of Town
Center Collector Trail adjacent to the northernmost property line of the subject site, the
portion of the Town Center Multi Use Trail adjacent to the southern property line of
parcel number 125-21-201-001, the portion of Town Center Collector Trail that is
aligned with the north/south utility easement, and the portion of the portion of the Town
Center Collector Trail that dissects the overall subject site east to west. The applicant is
proposing to replace these portions of trail ways by constructing a new east/west private
road that will connect Grand Montecito Parkway to the west and Oso Blanca Road to
the east. This new right-of-way will include a pedestrian pathway (sidewalk) and bike
lane.

Staff supports this request, as the existing trail alignments were only connected to
Grand Montecito Parkway from within the site and not to Oso Blanca Road, which has
become a preferred method of travel for a variety of travelers; therefore, staff is
recommending approval of the General Plan Amendment.

Variance
The applicant is requesting a Variance to reduce the amount of required parking in both
proposed Multi-Family developments, Units 4 and 5. Unit 4 requires 501 parking spaces
and is providing 441; while Unit 5 is required to provide 310 parking spaces and is
providing 200 parking spaces. Staff finds this request to be a self-imposed hardship and
evidence of both Unit 4 and 5 being overdeveloped; therefore, staff is recommending
denial of the Variance request.

Special Use Permit


Gated communities with private streets are permitted within Town Center by a Special
Use Permit approved by the Las Vegas City Council. The applicant has proposed to
construct a 64-foot wide right-of-way that not only provides access to four of the five
units, but also provides a link between Grand Montecito Parkway to the west and Osos
Blanca Road to the east for a variety of travelers, including vehicular, pedestrian, and
those traveling by bicycle. While the road will be private and maintained by the Home
Owners Association (HOA), it is not gated, and a public access easement will be
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through the proposed development provides access to four of the five units proposed,
including all three residential subdivisions, and one multi-family complex. The fifth unit,
is accessed by Deer Springs Way. All five units proposed are gated with private street
and drive isles to be maintained by a private Home Owners Association. There is no
internal connection between the three subdivisions. While four of the five units proposed
are adjacent to one another, there is no internal access between the units.

Providing a private street without a gate and with a public easement is not the preferred
means of providing public right-of-way and is not supported by staff; therefore, staff is
recommending denial of the requested Special Use Permit.

Tentative Map
The single-family residential subdivision units depicted on the proposed Tentative Map
demonstrate 303 lots with an average lot size of 3,916 square feet. The largest lot
provided is 9,432 square feet, while the smallest lot provided is 2,942 square feet.
Typical lot widths provided are 25 and 35 feet.

The applicant has requested a Waiver to allow the use of dead-end stubs and modified
hammerheads within the proposed single-family residential subdivisions where private
streets are required to terminate in cul-de-sacs and hammerheads. Cul-de-sacs and
hammerheads provide adequate space for vehicular traffic to safely turn around when
necessary. The proposed dead-end stubs and modified hammerheads are also trouble
some for emergency vehicles as they do not provide adequate space for their vehicles
to safely turn around. While the applicant acknowledges all residential units will be
required to provide fire sprinkler systems, there occasions when emergency personnel
other than the Fire Department need access to the residences.

The submitted east/west and north/south cross sections depict maximum natural grade
greater than two percent across this site. Per the Tables in Subdivision Code 19.06.050
a development with natural slope greater than two percent is allowed a maximum six-
foot retaining wall. The proposed Tentative Map depicts a maximum eight-foot tall
retaining wall along the south, west and east property lines. Town Center requires
Subdivision perimeter walls with retaining walls with a height of greater than six feet
shall be designed with a minimum five-foot wide landscape planter as a buffer. The
applicant has proposed eight-foot tall retaining walls without the landscape buffer, or
“step-back” design to lessen the visual impact of a wall with a total maximum height of
14 feet as proposed. Staff does not support this Waiver request as it is in direct conflict
of the overall purpose and intent of the design standards set forth in the Town Center
Development Standards Manual. As a result of the Waivers requested with the
proposed Tentative Map, staff is recommending denial of the application.

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FINDINGS (GPA-74633)

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

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


compatible with the existing adjacent land use designations,

Eliminating existing trail alignments that do not link to trails east of the subject site
and replacing it with a trail alignment that provides an east/west link for all
varieties of travelers is compatible with the existing adjacent land use
designations.

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


compatible with the existing adjacent land uses or zoning districts,

This finding is not applicable, as the amendment is in regards to existing and


proposed trail alignments only.

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


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

The existing trail alignments only provided linkage within the subject site and to
Grand Montecito Parkway, and not Oso Blanca Road which has become a
preferred method of travel for area residents. Staff supports the trail alignment
proposed adjacent to a new east/west right-of-way that would provide adequate
transportation options between Grand Montecito Parkway and Oso Blanca Road.

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


policies.

If approved, the proposed trail alignment would conform to the goals of the Trails
Element of the 2020 Master Plan.

FINDINGS (VAR-75154)

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

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


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

Additionally, Title 19.16.140(L) states:


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

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


applicant has created a self-imposed hardship by proposing to overdevelop Units 4 and
5. Alternative site design and a reduction in the unit (apartment) count would allow
conformance to the Title 19 requirements. In view of the absence of any hardships
imposed by the site’s physical characteristics, it is concluded that the applicant’s
hardship is preferential in nature, and it is thereby outside the realm of NRS Chapter
278 for granting of Variances.

FINDINGS (SUP-74637)

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

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


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

The proposed private streets and gated communities within the residential
subdivisions can be conducted in a manner that is harmonious and compatible
with the existing surrounding land uses, but staff is unable to support a private
street without a gate that contains a public access easement as this is not the
standard for public right-of-way.

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

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The subject site is surrounded by existing residential, commercial, and civic land
uses and is suitable for both the proposed single-family and multi-family land
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.

Street facilities providing access to the property are adequate in size to meet the
needs of the proposed use.

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

Approval of this request would be inconsistent with the objectives of the General
Plan with the responsibility of maintaining a public right-of-way being placed upon
the Home Owners Association (HOA), which is not standard practice.

5. The use meets all of the applicable conditions per the Town Center
Development Standards Manual.

The proposed private streets and gated communities do not meet all applicable
standards of Town Center as the east/west private right-of-way will not have a
gate.

FINDINGS (SDR-74638)

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

1. The proposed development is compatible with adjacent development and


development in the area;

The proposed development is compatible with existing development in the area as


it is located north of single-family residential subdivisions, east of a hospital and
medical office building, south of an existing park and multi-family development,
and west of Interstate 95.

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

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The proposed development does not meet the minimum parking requirements for
multi-family, or the requirements for street design in regards to hammerheads and
cul-de-sacs.

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


neighborhood traffic;

The proposed site access and circulation does not negatively impact adjacent
roadways or existing neighborhood traffic as evidenced by the traffic study
prepared by the Department of Public Works which found the existing area
roadways to be under capacity and would continue to be under capacity with the
addition of the proposed development.

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

Proposed building materials consist of plaster and stucco with varying colors and
expression lines as required by the Town Center Development Standards Manual.
Landscape improvements in the right-of-way are required by the Town Center
Development Standards Manual to utilize a particular plant palette, but interior to
the site the developer is able to utilize a variety of planting material as long as the
materials are consistent with the Southern Nevada Regional Planning Coalition
Plant List. The applicant has proposed a wide range of plant materials including
the “Purple Robe Locust” tree and “Orange Jubilee” shrubbery which are both on
the Southern Nevada Regional Planning Coalition Plant List.

5. Building elevations, design characteristics and other architectural and


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

The proposed building elevations and design characteristics are not unsightly and
create an orderly and aesthetically pleasing environment that is compatible with
development in the area.

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

If approved, the proposed development is subject to rigorous building plan


review and regular site inspections throughout the construction phase
protecting the public health, safety and general welfare.

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BACKGROUND INFORMATION

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


The City Council approved a request for a Reclassification of Property
(Z-0052-94) located as follows: Site 1: the south side of Deer Springs
Way, between Durango Drive and Janell Drive; Site 2: the north side of
07/20/94
Deer Springs Way, between Durango Drive and Riley Street from R-E
(residence Estates) and C-2 (General Commercial) to R-CL (Single
Family Compact Lot) to allow a total of 274 single family dwellings.
The City Council approved a request for an Extension of Time [Z-
0052-94(1)] for a total of 274 single family dwellings on properties
09/06/95 located on the south side Deer Springs Way, between Durango Drive
and Janell drive and north of Deer Springs Way, between Durango
Drive and Riley Street.
The City Council approved a request for a Rezoning (Z-0076-98) on
property located within the area designated Town Center on the
Northwest Amendment to the General Plan from U (Undeveloped), R-
E (Residence Estates), R-PD7 (Residential Planned Development – 7
Units Per Acre), R-PD11 (Residential Planned Development – 11 Units
12/07/98
Per Acre), R-PD13 (Residential Planned Development – 13 Units Per
Acre), R-PD18 (Residential Planned Development – 18 Units Per
Acre), R-CL (Single Family Compact-Lot), C-1 (Limited Commercial),
C-2 (General Commercial), C-V (Civic), and PD (Planned
Development) zones, to T-C (Town Center), size 1,468 acres.
The City Council approved a request for a Major Modification (MOD-
5497) of the Town Center Land Use Plan of the centennial Hills Sector
Plan of the General Plan to change the land use designation from MS-
12/01/04 TC (Main Street Mixed Use – Town Center) to (General Commercial –
Town Center) on 24.91 acres adjacent to the northwest corner of Deer
Springs Way and U.S. Highway 95. The Planning Commission and
staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request for a Major Modification (MOD-
11449) of the Town Center Development Plan to change the land use
designation from GC-TC (General Commercial) to UC-TC (Urban
07/12/06 Center Mixed Use) on 49.82 acres adjacent to the northeast corner of
Deer Springs Way and Grand Montecito Parkway. The Planning
Commission was unable to achieve supermajority and staff
recommended approval.

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


The City Council approved a request for a Special Use Permit (SUP-
11444) to allow a development in excess of twelve stories and Waiver
from 330-foot distance separation requirement from single family
residences on 49.82 acres adjacent to the northeast corner of Deer
Springs Way and Grand Montecito Parkway. The Planning
Commission and staff recommended denial.
The City Council approved a request for a Site Development Plan
Review (SDR-10126) for a proposed 1,575,000 gross square-foot
mixed-use regional mall with 900 residential units and Waivers of main
transition zone, Town Center Core and Town Center Urban Zone
building height, step back and build-to-line requirements; and to allow
15.4 percent open space where 20 percent is the minimum amount of
open space required in Town Center portion of the project on 49.82
acres adjacent to the northeast corner of Deer Springs Way and Grand
Montecito Parkway. The Planning Commission was unable to achieve
supermajority and staff recommended approval.
The City Council approved a request for a Review of Condition (ROC-
23482) of number 24 of an approved Site Development Plan Review
(SDR-10126) which required the applicant to construct full width
improvements for Grand Montecito Parkway, to be completed within
12 months of approval of this site by the Las Vegas City Council,
09/05/07
unless an Extension of Time is approved by the City Engineer to now
require that the applicant shall construct full width improvements for
Grand Montecito Parkway to be completed within 21 months on 49.82
acres adjacent to the northeast corner of Deer Springs Way and Grand
Montecito Parkway. Staff recommended approval.
The Planning Commission approved a request for a Tentative map
(TMP-26420) for a two-lot residential/commercial mixed-use
02/28/08 subdivision on 64.97 acres, 1350 feet east of Durango Drive and
adjacent to the north side of Deer Springs Way. Staff recommended
approval.
The City Council approved a request for a Major Modification (MOD-
68579) of the Town Center Land Use Plan to amend Map 4 to add the
MC-TC (Montecito – Town Center) land use designation and remove
04/19/17 the Montecito Town Center Mixed Use Commercial Overlay
designation on approximately 202.00 acres generally located north of
Clark County 215, east of Durango Drive. The Planning Commission
and staff recommended approval.

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


The Planning Commission approved a request for an abeyance until
the December 11, 2018 Planning Commission meeting in order to re-
11/13/18 notice General Plan Amendment (GPA-74633), Special Use Permit
(SUP-74637), Site Development Plan Review (SDR-74638), and
Tentative Map (TMP-74639).

Most Recent Change of Ownership


A deed was recorded for a change in ownership for 125-20-602-005
A deed was recorded for a change in ownership for 125-20-602-010
A deed was recorded for a change in ownership for 125-20-602-002
A deed was recorded for a change in ownership for 125-20-602-009
A deed was recorded for a change in ownership for 125-20-603-001
A deed was recorded for a change in ownership for 125-20-603-003
A deed was recorded for a change in ownership for 125-20-603-002
12/30/10
A deed was recorded for a change in ownership for 125-20-603-004
A deed was recorded for a change in ownership for 125-20-601-003
A deed was recorded for a change in ownership for 125-20-601-006
A deed was recorded for a change in ownership for 125-21-201-001
A deed was recorded for a change in ownership for 125-20-602-006
A deed was recorded for a change in ownership for 125-20-602-011
A deed was recorded for a change in ownership for 125-20-601-005

Related Building Permits/Business Licenses


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

Pre-Application Meeting
Staff conducted a pre-application meeting where the submittal
09/20/18 requirements and deadlines for the proposed development were
discussed.

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Neighborhood Meeting
10/22/18 Date: 10/22/18
Start Time: 5:30 p.m.
End Time: 7:00 p.m.

Attendees:
Approximately 27 members of the public (neighbors).
One representative from the Department of Planning.
Four representatives for the applicant.

Meeting Results:
The meeting began with an overview of the project and the application
requests presented by one of the applicant’s representatives:
 Detached two-story single family homes; and
 Attached two and three-story Townhomes.
 The two-story Townhome model is a front load garage with a
typical 18-foot driveway; The three-story Townhome model is a
rear alley load product with a five-foot driveway leading to the
attached garages.
 The two-story Townhomes have a starting price of $210,000 -
$229,000; the three-story Townhomes have a starting price of
$310,000 - $340,000.
 The Townhome units range in size from 1,100 SF – 1,600 Sf for
the two-story; and 1,600 SF – 1,900 SF for the three-story units.
 The applicant’s representative also indicated that they have met
the open space requirement and the Waiver would no longer be
necessary.

The meeting was then turned over to the neighbors in attendance for
questions. Their questions and concerns are as follows:
 The neighbors wanted to know how wide the buffer was
between the Timberlake homes located on Deer Springs Way
and the proposed Townhomes located adjacent to the
southernmost property line of the development. The applicant’s
representative indicated there would be a 20-foot wide buffer
between the two.
 Timberlakes would also appreciate a more “customized”
notification “ring” for future neighborhood meetings as not all
residents are reached with the traditional 500-foot notification
radius. The applicant agreed to make sure all residents are kept
informed.

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Neighborhood Meeting
 The Timberlakes residence would like to have one more
neighborhood meeting prior to the Planning Commission
meeting held on November 13th in order for the residents to
evaluate any revisions to the site plan that come about from this
neighborhood meeting.
 The neighbors asked about lot sizes, to which the applicant’s
representative indicated the detached single family homes have
a lot size just north of 3,000 SF, and the Townhomes will not
have traditional “lots” as they will have common areas that are
maintained by the HOA (no individual yard space). The
Townhome lot would only consist of the Townhome footprint
itself.
 The neighbors expressed concern about the number of “lots”
not having individual yard space and for the development to
turn “Section 8.” They indicated they felt the proposed
development was too “dense” and that there would be too many
people and vehicles trying utilize an already crowded area,
especially the roads. The applicant informed the resident’s that
the current district designation for the subject site’s allowed
density up to 25 dwelling units per acre, and the proposed
development is approximately 13 dwelling units per acre. The
applicant will not be pursuing the originally requested Major
Modification and will maintain the current land designations of
UC-TC and MC-TC. In addition, if subsequent traffic studies
indicated the need, mitigating measures would be implemented
to relieve traffic congestion as much as possible, but with the
on-going right-of-way improvements that are currently under
construction in the immediate area that it would take some time
to get resolved. KB Home would be completing the right-of-way
improvements of Oso Blanca adjacent to the subject site.
 The residents asked about community centers and pools, to
which the applicant indicated those amenities along with the
open space amenities would be programmed at a later date.
 The residents also expressed concern in regards to flooding
during rain events, to which the applicant indicated there would
be Drainage Studies performed and the storm water would be
channeled as to not cause property damage.

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Neighborhood Meeting
 The neighbors indicated the wall along Deer Springs Way is
owned and maintained by the Timberlakes association and they
do not want to have to be responsible for damage to their wall
by future residents of the proposed development. The
applicant’s representative indicated that they would explore
multiple options to resolve the potential conflict, including a
secondary perimeter wall adjacent to the existing perimeter
wall.
 The neighbors asked if this proposed development would have
a single or multiple Home Owner’s Associations (HOA), to
which the applicant responded only one HOA would govern the
proposed development. The gates would not be guard gated,
only keypads controlling access to the development.
 The neighbors raised concerns about the townhome portion of
the development being primarily rental units. The applicant
assured the neighbors that KB Homes would watch for and
prevent a single buyer purchasing multiple units, or a “block” of
units to aid in the prevention of a rental community, but that
there are no laws preventing someone from renting out their
property for over 31 days to a long term renter.
 The applicant assured the residents the proposed east/west
right-of-way would not be gated to help reduce the traffic flow
that utilizes Deer Springs Way as a “cut through” to Oso Blanca
Road and that only the ingress/egress to the individual
neighborhoods within the proposed development would be
gated. The proposed east/west right-of-way would have a
minimum width of 60 feet and include a pedestrian pathways
and a bike lane for a variety of users. There are a total of four
gated ingress/egress for the proposed development.
 The neighbors indicated the parking in adjacent neighborhoods
is a problem during pick-up and drop-off periods for the
adjacent school, and that individuals are often parked in the
right-of-way creating a traffic hazard. In addition, the adjacent
neighborhoods do not provide adequate parking for the
residents and their guests which also leads to on-street parking.
The applicant’s representative indicated that every Townhome
and Single Family home has an attached 2-car garage, and the
Townhome portions of the proposed development provide for
additional visitor parking throughout the development.

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Neighborhood Meeting
 The residents of Timberlake indicated they would prefer the
detached, single-family homes to be adjacent to their detached,
single family homes rather than Townhomes. The Timberlake
community is concerned that having Townhomes constructed
immediately adjacent to their development that have a lower
price point than their existing detached single family homes
would affect their property values. The applicant’s
representative assured the neighbors that the applicant (KB
Home) would explore an alternative site plan that would include
located the detached single-family homes adjacent to
Timberlakes.
 The neighbors asked if they would still be able to “cut through”
the subject site to access the park to the north. The applicant’s
representative indicated that the development would not be
accessible by the public. Non-residents would have utilize
walkways adjacent to either Oso Blanca Road or Grand
Montecito Parkway to access the park.

The meeting concluded with a one-on-one question/answer session


with the applicant’s representatives.
11/07/18 A second neighborhood meeting was held by the applicant.

Field Check
Staff observed the undeveloped sites proposed for development.
10/04/18
Nothing of concern was noted by staff.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Gross Acres 60.53

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Planned or
Existing Land
Surrounding Special Land Existing Zoning Town Center
Use Per Title
Property Use District District
19.12
Designation
MC-TC
(Montecito –
Town Center)
Subject TC (Town T-C (Town
Undeveloped UC-TC (Urban
Property Center) Center)
Center Mixed-
Use – Town
Center)
PF-TC (Public
TC (Town T-C (Town
North City Park Facilities –
Center) Center)
Town Center)
MC-TC
(Montecito –
Single family, TC (Town T-C (Town Town Center)
South
Detached Center) Center) L-TC (low
Residential –
Town center)
Oso Blanca ROW (Right-of- ROW (Right-of- ROW (Right-of-
East
Road Way) Way) Way)

MC-TC
TC (Town T-C (Town
West Hospital (Montecito –
Center) Center)
Town Center)

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


Town Center Master Plan Area Y
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
T-C (Town Center) District Y

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Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance


Trails N*
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Interlocal Agreement N/A
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification Y
Assessment)
Project of Regional Significance Y
*The applicant is requesting a General Plan Amendment to eliminate the existing trails
located within and adjacent to the subject site in order to provide a pedestrian pathway
and bike lane that links Grand Montecito Parkway and Oso Blanca Road via a new
east/west roadway.

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

Pursuant to the Town Center Development Standards Manual, the following standards
apply for Units 1, 2 and 3 (Detached, Single Family) within the MC-TC (Montecito -
Town Center) and UC-TC (Urban Center Mixed Use - Town Center) Districts:
Standard Proposed
Min. Setbacks
 Front
To Garage 18 Feet
To Living 14 Feet
 Side
Interior 5 Feet
Corner 10 Feet
 Rear
Living 10 Feet
Patio 5 Feet
Max. Building Height 2 Stories

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Pursuant to the Town Center Development Standards Manual, the following standards
apply for Unit 4 (Multi-Family) within the UC-TC (Urban Center Mixed Use - Town
Center) District:
Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Setbacks
 Front Zero Feet 90 Feet Y
 Side 10 Feet 62 Feet Y
 Corner 15 Feet 29 Feet Y
 Rear 20 Feet 81 Feet Y
Max. Building Height 3 Stories 3 Stories Y
Screened, Gated, w/ a By By
Trash Enclosure
Roof or Trellis Condition Condition
By By
Mech. Equipment Screened Condition Condition

Pursuant to the Town Center Development Standards Manual, the following standards
apply for Unit 5 (Multi-Family) within the MC-TC (Montecito - Town Center) District:
Standard Required/Allowed Provided Compliance
Min. Setbacks
 Front Zero Feet 15 Feet Y
 Side 10 Feet 12 Feet Y
 Corner 15 Feet 15 Feet Y
 Rear 20 Feet 675 Feet Y
Max. Building Height 3 Stories 3 Stories Y
Screened, Gated, w/ a By By
Trash Enclosure
Roof or Trellis Condition Condition
By By
Mech. Equipment Screened Condition Condition

Permitted Proposed Units Units


Existing Zoning Acreage
Density Density Allowed Proposed
T-C (Town Center)
Zone [MC-TC
1.00 – 25.00
(Montecito - Town 35.66 13.29 du/ac 1 - 891 474
du/ac
Center) Special Land
Use Designation

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Permitted Proposed Units Units


Existing Zoning Acreage
Density Density Allowed Proposed
T-C (Town Center)
Zone UC-TC (Urban
12.10 – 25.00
Center - Town Center) 24.73 12.94 du/ac 299 - 618 320
du/ac
Special Land Use
Designation

Open Space – Town Center


Total Density Required Provided Compliance
Acreage Percent Area Percent Area
60.53 13.15 du/ac 12% 7.26 acres 19% 11.56 acres Y

Functional Actual Compliance


Governing
Street Name Classification Street Width with Street
Document
of Street(s) (Feet) Section
Grand Town Center
Town Center
Montecito Development 100 Y
Loop
Parkway Standards
Town Center
Oso Blanca Town Center
Development 25 N*
Road Arterial
Standards
Town Center
Deer Springs Town Center
Development 40 N**
Way Arterial
Standards
*Full street improvements are required as part of the proposed development if approved.
**Half Street improvements are required as part of the proposed development if approved.

While Town Center does not have a specific requirement for connectivity, staff uses the
connectivity ratio as a tool to evaluate the diversity of vehicular and pedestrian options a
transportation network provides for all travelers within all proposed residential
subdivisions.
Connectivity for Unit 1
Transportation Network Element # Links # Nodes
Internal Street 12
Internal Intersection / Cul-de-sac or Other Non-Intersection Terminus 12
Total 12 12

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Preferred Provided
Connectivity Ratio (Links / Nodes): 1.30 1.00
Connectivity for Unit 2
Transportation Network Element # Links # Nodes
Internal Street 14
Internal Intersection / Cul-de-sac or Other Non-Intersection Terminus 14
Total 14 14
Preferred Provided
Connectivity Ratio (Links / Nodes): 1.30 1.00
Connectivity for Unit 3
Transportation Network Element # Links # Nodes
Internal Street 10
Internal Intersection / Cul-de-sac or Other Non-Intersection Terminus 10
Total 10 10
Preferred Provided
Connectivity Ratio (Links / Nodes): 1.30 1.00

Town Center
Streetscape Standards Required Provided Compliance
Four-Foot
Amenity
4-Foot Amenity Zone; Zone;
Grand Montecito Parkway 5-Foot Sidewalk; Five-Foot
Y*
(Town Center Loop) 10-Foot Landscape Setback; Sidewalk;
15-Foot Landscape Median. Fifteen-Foot
Landscape
Median
4-Foot Amenity Zone;
Oso Blanca Road 5-Foot Sidewalk;
By Condition Y**
(Town Center Arterial) 10-Foot Landscape Setback;
15-Foot Landscape Median.
Four-Foot
Amenity
4-Foot Amenity Zone; Zone;
Deer Springs Way 5-Foot Sidewalk; Five-Foot
Y*
(Town Center Arterial) 10-Foot Landscape Setback; Sidewalk;
15-Foot Landscape Median. Fifteen-Foot
Landscape
Median
*The applicant will be responsible for the 10-foot wide landscape buffer adjacent to the existing
sidewalk along Grand Montecito Parkway and Deer Springs Way.

NE
GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 AND TMP-74639 [PRJ-74608]
Staff Report Page Twenty-Two
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

**A Condition of Approval has been added to ensure Oso Blanca Road is developed to the
Town Center Development Standards.

Pursuant to Title 19.08 and 19.12, the following parking standards apply:
Parking Requirement
Gross Floor Required Provided Compliance
Area or Parking Parking
Use
Number of Parking Ratio Handi- Handi-
Regular Regular
Units capped capped
Studio and One
Bedroom Units
Multi-Family – 1.25 Spaces
Residential – 306 per Unit
Unit 4
Two Bedroom
Units – 1.75
Spaces per 811
Unit
Multi-Family Three Bedroom
Residential – 185 and Above
Unit 5 Units – Two
Spaces per
Unit
One Additional Guest Parking for Every 6 Units
Spread Throughout the Development
TOTAL SPACES REQUIRED 811 641 N*
Regular and Handicap Spaces Required
(2% of 811)
794 17 628 13 N*
Percent Deviation 21%
*The applicant is requesting a Variance to reduce the number of required parking spaces within
the two multi-family portions of the proposed development.

Department of Public Works Traffic Study


Tentative Map for a Proposed 303-Unit Single Family Residential Development
and a 491-Unit Multi-Family Residential Development
Proposed Use
Average Daily SINGLE
9.44 2,860
Traffic (ADT) FAMILY
303
AM Peak Hour DETACHED 0.74 224
PM Peak Hour [DWELL] 0.99 300

NE
GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 AND TMP-74639 [PRJ-74608]
Staff Report Page Twenty-Three
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Proposed Use
Average Daily MULTIFAMILY
5.44 2,671
Traffic (ADT) HOUSING
491
AM Peak Hour (MID-RISE) 0.36 177
PM Peak Hour [DWELL] 0.44 216
Proposed Use
Average Daily MULTIFAMILY
5.44 5,531
Traffic (ADT) HOUSING
794
AM Peak Hour (MID-RISE) 0.36 401
PM Peak Hour [DWELL] 0.44 516
Existing Traffic on Nearby Streets
Grand Montecito Parkway
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 7,821
PM Peak Hour (Heaviest 60 Minutes) 626
Oso Blanca Road
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 7,960
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 637
Durango Drive
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 34,246
PM Peak Hour (Heaviest 60 minutes) 2,740
Elkhorn Road
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 15,614
PM Peak Hour (Heaviest 60 minutes) 1,249
Traffic Capacity of Adjacent Streets:
Adjacent Street ADT Capacity
Grand Montecito Parkway 35,490
Oso Blanca Road 16,380
Durango Drive 53,445
Elkhorn Road 35,490
Summary
This project will add approximately 6,806 trips per day on Grand Montecito Parkway,
Deer Spring Way, Oso Blanca Road, Durango Drive and Elkhorn Road. Currently,
Grand Montecito Parkway is at approximately 22 percent of capacity, Oso Blanca
Road is at approximately 49 percent of capacity, Durango Drive is at approximately
64 percent of capacity and Elkhorn Road is at approximately 44 percent of capacity.
With this project, Grand Montecito Parkway is expected to be at approximately 38
percent of capacity, Oso Blanca Road is expected to be at approximately 82 percent
of capacity, Durango Drive to be at approximately 74 percent of capacity and Elkhorn
Road to be at approximately 60 percent of capacity. Counts are not available for Deer
Springs Way in this vicinity, but it is believed to be under capacity.

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GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 AND TMP-74639 [PRJ-74608]
Staff Report Page Twenty-Four
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

Based on Peak Hour use, this development will add into the area roughly 516
additional cars, or about 17 every two minutes.

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


Town Center Y
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
T-C (Town Center) District Y
Other Plans or Special Requirements Compliance
Centennial Hills Sector Plan Y
Northwest Open Space Plan Y
Trails N*
Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan Area N/A
Interlocal Agreement N/A
Project of Significant Impact (Development Impact Notification Y
Assessment)
Project of Regional Significance Y
*A General Plan Amendment is requested to eliminate the existing trails adjacent to
and within the subject site in order to create a new pedestrian pathway and bike lane
within the proposed east/west private right-of-way that connects Grand Montecito
Parkway and Oso Blanca Road.

Waivers
Requirement Request Staff Recommendation
To allow private
Private streets shall streets to terminate
terminate in cul-de-sacs or in dead-end stubs Denial
hammerheads. and modified
hammerheads.
Subdivision perimeter walls
with retaining walls with a
height of greater than six feet To not provide a five-
shall be designed with a foot wide landscape Denial
minimum five-foot wide buffer.
landscape planter as a
buffer.

NE
GPA-74633

ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
‫ں‬x゜ธ̶゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
‫ں‬x゜ธ̶゜‫ں‬ฎ
GPA-74633
GPA-74633

ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
‫ں‬x゜ธ̶゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
‫ں‬x゜ธ̶゜‫ں‬ฎ

GPA-74633
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


Ḷ Û Ќ Dz Ő ●Ќ СḶ Ő Ҝ A ╗●Ḷ Ќ ฌ
Ɔ ●╗ Dz О ՁA Ќ ฌ
О Ő Ḷ İDz  ╗Ɔ ●╗Dz ฌ
С A Ṳ ӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ

СḶ Ő ฌ
Ḛ Ő Ḷ Ⓢ Оฌ
Ɔ ՁA ╗Dz Ő ฌ
Ġ A Ќ ●С A Ќ ฌ

Ҝ Ḷ Ќ ╗ Dz  ●╗ Ḷ ″xฌ C Dz Ћ Dz ՁḶ О Dz Ő ●Ќ СḶ Ő Ҝ A ╗●Ḷ Ќ ฌ

A О Ќ ‫ ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″x‫ֱں‬xx̶ⓒ‫ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″x‫ֱں‬xx″ⓒฌ
‫ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″xธֱxxธⓒֱxxㄦⓒֱxxɱⓒֱx‫ں‬xⓒִ ฌ Dz Ќ Ḛ ●Ќ Dz Dz Ő ●Ќ СḶ Ő Ҝ A ╗●Ḷ Ќ ฌ
О Ġ Ḷ Ќ Dz ӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx
ㄦՙㅡxƆ ㈠A Ő Ћ ●Ձ Ձ Dz Ɔ ╗ Ő Dz Dz ╗  ธ‫ں‬″ⓒՁ A Ɔ Ћ Dz Ḛ A Ɔ ⓒЌ Ћ ฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ

ִ ‫ں‬ธㄦֱธ‫ֱں‬ธx‫ֱں‬xx‫ں‬ฌ
‫ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″x̶ֱxx‫ں‬╗Ġ Ő Ⓢ ֱxxㅡ О Ő Ḷ İDz  ╗Ɔ Ⓢ Ҝ Ҝ A Ő  ฌ
A Ɔ ●Ќ Ḛ ՁDz С A Ҝ ●Ձ Ő Dz Ɔ ●C Dz Ќ ╗ ●A ՁƆ Ⓢ Ա C ●Ћ ●Ɔ ●Ḷ Ќ ฌ
Û ●╗ Ġ ●Ќ ╗ Ġ Dz  ●╗  Ḷ С ՁA Ɔ Ћ Dz Ḛ A Ɔ ⓒЌ Dz Ћ A C A ⓒḚ Dz Ќ Dz Ő A ՁՁ ՁḶ  A ╗ Dz C A ╗ ╗ Ġ Dz ฌ
Ќ Ḷ Ő ╗ Ġ Dz A Ɔ ╗  Ḷ Ő Ќ Dz Ő Ḷ С Ḛ Ő A Ќ C Ҝ Ḷ Ќ ╗ Dz  ●╗ Ḷ О A Ő  Û A  A Ќ C C Dz Dz Ő Ɔ О Ő ●Ќ Ḛ Ɔ Û A   ՁDz Ḛ A ՁC Dz Ɔ  Ő ●О ╗●Ḷ Ќ ฌ

Ա DzЌ  Ġ Ҝ AŐ  ฌ

Ա A Ɔ ●Ɔ Ḷ СԱ Dz A Ő ●Ќ Ḛ ฌ
ОŐ ●Ћ A ╗Dz Ɔ ╗Ő Dz Dz ╗Ќ Ḷ ╗Dz ฌ

C Dz Ћ Dz ՁḶ О Ҝ Dz Ќ ╗Ɔ ╗A Ќ C A Ő C Ɔ ฌ
 ●╗  Ḷ С Ձ A Ɔ Ћ Dz Ḛ A Ɔ ⓒЌ Ћ ฌ

Ћ ● ●Ќ ●╗ Ҝ A О ฌ
Ġ Ḷ Ҝ Dz
Ҝ Ḷ Ќ ╗Dz  ●╗ Ḷ ″x
Ɔ ●╗Dz О ՁA Ќ  Ḷ Ћ Dz Ő 

A ㈠ О Ő ●Ћ A ╗Dz Ɔ ╗Ő Dz Dz ╗Ɔ Dz  ╗●Ḷ Ќ  Ա ㈠ О Ő ●Ћ A ╗Dz Ɔ ╗Ő Dz Dz ╗Ɔ Dz  ╗●Ḷ Ќ   ㈠ О Ⓢ Ա Ձ● Ɔ ╗Ő Dz Dz ╗Ɔ Dz  ╗●Ḷ Ќ  A ㈠ ՁḶ ╗ ╗ О ● A ՁֱธㄦƥО Ő Ḷ C Ⓢ  ╗ ฌ


Ɔ ธx
╗ ‫ں‬ɱƆ 
Ő ″xDz 

C ㈠ О Ő ●Ћ A ╗Dz Ɔ ╗Ő Dz Dz ╗Ɔ Dz  ╗●Ḷ Ќ  Dz ㈠ О Ⓢ Ա Ձ● Ɔ ╗ Ő Dz Dz ╗ Ɔ Dz  ╗●Ḷ Ќ ฌ

 Ա Ġ ‫ں‬ฎxㄦֱxxxฌ

ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
Ա ㈠ ՁḶ ╗ ╗ О ● A Ձֱ̶ㄦƥО Ő Ḷ C Ⓢ  ╗  ‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
Ɔ О ֱ‫ں‬ฌ
С㈠ О Ⓢ Ա Ձ● Ɔ ╗ Ő Dz Dz ╗ Ɔ Dz  ╗●Ḷ Ќ ฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639
Ɔธxฌ ●╗ḶСՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฌ
╗‫ ں‬ɱƆฌ
Ő″xDzฌ
ĠḶҜDzฌ ĠAЌ●СAЌ
ḚŐḶⓈОฌ
ㄦՙㅡxƆ㈠AŐЋ●ՁՁDzƆ╗ŐDzDz╗ ธ‫ں‬″ⓒՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ
ОĠḶЌDzӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx СAṲӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
ҜA╗ĠՁ●ЌDzֱƆDzDzƆĠDzDz╗ƆОֱㄦฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


Ɔธxฌ ●╗ḶСՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฌ
╗‫ ں‬ɱƆฌ
Ő″xDzฌ
ĠḶҜDzฌ ĠAЌ●СAЌ
ḚŐḶⓈОฌ
ㄦՙㅡxƆ㈠AŐЋ●ՁՁDzƆ╗ŐDzDz╗ ธ‫ں‬″ⓒՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ
ОĠḶЌDzӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx СAṲӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
ҜA╗ĠՁ●ЌDzֱƆDzDzƆĠDzDz╗ƆОֱ″ฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


Ɔธxฌ ●╗ḶСՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฌ
╗‫ ں‬ɱƆฌ
Ő″xDzฌ
ĠḶҜDzฌ ĠAЌ●СAЌ
ḚŐḶⓈОฌ
ㄦՙㅡxƆ㈠AŐЋ●ՁՁDzƆ╗ŐDzDz╗ ธ‫ں‬″ⓒՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ
ОĠḶЌDzӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx СAṲӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ
ҜA╗ĠՁ●ЌDz ֱ ƆDzDz ƆĠDzDz╗ ƆО̶ֱ
ҜA╗ĠՁ●ЌDzֱƆDzDzƆĠDzDz╗ƆО̶ֱฌ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639
Ɔธxฌ ●╗ḶСՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฌ
╗‫ ں‬ɱƆฌ
Ő″xDzฌ
ĠḶҜDzฌ ĠAЌ●СAЌ
ḚŐḶⓈОฌ
ㄦՙㅡxƆ㈠AŐЋ●ՁՁDzƆ╗ŐDzDz╗ ธ‫ں‬″ⓒՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ
ОĠḶЌDzӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx СAṲӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ
ҜA╗ĠՁ●ЌDz ֱ ƆDzDz Ɔ
ҜA╗ĠՁ●ЌDzֱƆDzDzƆĠDzDz╗ƆОֱㅡฌ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639
Ɔธxฌ ●╗ḶСՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฌ
╗‫ ں‬ɱƆฌ
Ő″xDzฌ
ĠḶҜDzฌ ĠAЌ●СAЌ
ḚŐḶⓈОฌ
ㄦՙㅡxƆ㈠AŐЋ●ՁՁDzƆ╗ŐDzDz╗ ธ‫ں‬″ⓒՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ
ОĠḶЌDzӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx СAṲӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
Ɔธxฌ ●╗ḶСՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฌ
╗‫ ں‬ɱƆฌ
Ő″xDzฌ
ĠḶҜDzฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


ĠAЌ●СAЌ
ḚŐḶⓈОฌ
ㄦՙㅡxƆ㈠AŐЋ●ՁՁDzƆ╗ŐDzDz╗ ธ‫ں‬″ⓒՁAƆЋDzḚAƆⓒЌЋฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ
ОĠḶЌDzӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx СAṲӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ
Ⓢ Ќ ●╗‫ں‬╗A Ա Ⓢ ՁA ╗●Ḷ Ќ  Ⓢ Ќ ●╗ธ╗A Ա Ⓢ ՁA ╗●Ḷ Ќ ฌ
С A Ṳ ӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ

Ḛ Ő Ḷ Ⓢ Оฌ
Ɔ Ձ A ╗Dz Ő ฌ
Ġ A Ќ ●С A Ќ ฌ
О Ġ Ḷ Ќ Dz ӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx
ㄦՙㅡxƆ ㈠A Ő Ћ ●Ձ Ձ Dz Ɔ ╗ Ő Dz Dz ╗  ธ‫ں‬″ⓒՁ A Ɔ Ћ Dz Ḛ A Ɔ ⓒЌ Ћ ฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ

Ⓢ Ќ ●╗̶╗A Ա Ⓢ ՁA ╗●Ḷ Ќ  Ⓢ Ќ ●╗ㅡ╗A Ա Ⓢ ՁA ╗●Ḷ Ќ ֱҜ Ⓢ Ձ╗●ֱСA Ҝ ●Ձ ฌ

ธՙ  ธฎ  ธɱ  ̶x  ̶‫ ں‬ ̶ธ  ̶̶  ̶ㅡ  ̶ㄦ  ̶″  ̶ՙ  ̶ฎ  ̶ɱ  ㅡx  ㅡ‫ ں‬ ㅡธ  ㅡ̶  ㅡㅡ  ㅡㄦ  ㅡ″  ㅡՙ  ㅡฎ  ㅡɱ ฌ
ธ″ ฌ

ธㄦ ฌ

ธㅡ ฌ
ㄦx ฌ ฎธ  ɱ″ ฌ Ⓢ Ќ ●╗ㄦ╗A Ա Ⓢ ՁA ╗●Ḷ Ќ ֱҜ Ⓢ Ձ╗●ֱСA Ҝ ●Ձ ฌ
ธ̶  ɱㄦ  ɱㅡ  ɱ̶  ɱธ ฌ ɱ‫ ں‬ ɱx  ฎɱ  ฎฎ  ฎՙ  ฎ″  ฎㄦ  ฎㅡ  ฎ̶ ฌ
ㄦ‫ ں‬ฌ ɱՙ ฌ
ฎ‫ ں‬ฌ
ธธ ฌ Ⓢ Ќ ●╗ ธฌ
ㄦธ ฌ ɱฎ ฌ
″″  ″ՙ ฌ ՙㅡ  ՙㄦ  ฎx ฌ
ธ‫ ں‬ฌ
ㄦ̶ ฌ ɱɱ ฌ
″ㄦ  ″ฎ  ՙ̶ ฌ ՙ″  ՙɱ ฌ

Ḷ
ธx ฌ


ㄦㅡ ฌ ՙฎ ฌ ‫ں‬xx ฌ

Ő
″ㅡ  ″ɱ ฌ ՙธ  ՙՙ 
‫ں‬ɱ ฌ ‫ں‬x‫ ں‬ฌ
ㄦㄦ ฌ

ОḶ ╗ A
″̶  ՙx  ՙ‫ ں‬ฌ
‫ں‬ฎ ฌ ‫ں‬xธ ฌ

ḶՁ ŐC
ㄦ″ ฌ

゜ฌ ฌ
‫ں‬ՙ  ‫ں‬x″ ฌ ‫ں‬xㄦ ฌ ‫ں‬x̶ ฌ Ⓢ Ќ ●╗ ㅡฌ
ㄦՙ ฌ ‫ں‬xฎ  ‫ں‬xՙ 
″‫ ں‬ ‫ں‬xɱ ฌ Ḷ Ћ Dz Ő A ՁՁ╗A Ա Ⓢ ՁA ╗●Ḷ Ќ ฌ
″ธ ฌ ‫ں‬xㅡ ฌ
‫ں‬″  ‫ںں‬x ฌ
″x ฌ
‫ں‬ㄦ  ㄦɱ ฌ
ธ ‫ں‬ฌ
‫ں‬ㅡ  ㄦฎ  ̶
Ⓢ  ֱ╗  ฌ
 ●╗  Ḷ С Ձ A Ɔ Ћ Dz Ḛ A Ɔ ⓒЌ Ћ ฌ

‫ ̶ں‬ ㅡฌ
ธ‫ں‬ㄦ  ธ‫ں‬ㅡ  ธ‫ ̶ں‬ ธ‫ں‬ธ  ธ‫ ںں‬ฌ ธ‫ں‬x ฌ
ㄦ ธ‫ں‬ՙ  ธ‫ں‬″  ธxɱ ฌ
‫ں‬ธ  ″ ธxฎ ฌ
ธxՙ ฌ
‫ ںں‬ ‫ ںںں‬ ธx″ ฌ
‫ں‬x  ธxㄦ ฌ
‫ںں‬ธ ฌ
ɱ ‫ ̶ںں‬ ธxㅡ ฌ
ฎฌ
ՙ ‫ں‬″ㅡ  ‫ں‬″ㄦ  ‫ں‬″″  ‫ں‬″ՙ  ‫ں‬″ฎ ฌ
‫ں‬″ɱ ฌ
‫ں‬″ธ  ‫ں‬″̶  ‫ں‬ՙx ฌ
‫ں‬″‫ ں‬ฌ ธx̶ ฌ
‫ںں‬ㅡ ฌ
‫ںں‬ㄦ ฌ ‫ں‬″x  ‫ں‬ՙ‫ ں‬ฌ ธɱՙ ฌ
‫ں‬ฎx ฌ ‫ں‬ՙɱ ฌ ธxธ  ธธธ ฌ
‫ںں‬″ ฌ
Ҝ  ֱ╗  ‫ں‬ㄦɱ ฌ ‫ں‬ՙธ ฌ ธɱ″ ฌ
‫ں‬ฎ‫ ں‬ฌ ‫ں‬ՙฎ  ธx‫ ں‬ฌ
‫ںں‬ՙ ฌ
Ġ Ḷ Ҝ Dz

‫ں‬ㄦฎ ฌ
‫ں‬ՙ̶ ฌ ธธ̶ ฌ ธɱㄦ ฌ
‫ںں‬ฎ ฌ ‫ں‬ฎธ ฌ ธxx ฌ ธɱฎ 
‫ں‬ㄦՙ ฌ ธɱɱ ฌ
̶xx ฌ
Ɔ ●╗ Dz О ՁA Ќ 

‫ں‬ՙՙ  ‫ں‬ՙ″  ‫ں‬ՙㅡ ฌ ธธ‫ ں‬ ธธx ฌ ̶x‫ں‬


О Ḷ Ḷ Ձ゜ฌ ‫ںں‬ɱ ฌ ‫ں‬ฎ̶ ฌ ‫ں‬ɱɱ  ธธㅡ ฌ ธ‫ں‬ɱ  ธ‫ں‬ฎ ฌ ̶xธ ธɱㅡ ฌ
‫ں‬ㄦ″ ฌ ̶x̶ ฌ
Ҝ Ḷ Ќ ╗Dz  ●╗Ḷ ″x

 Ḷ Ⓢ Ő ╗ A Ő C ฌ ‫ں‬ธx ฌ ‫ں‬ฎㅡ ฌ ‫ں‬ՙㄦ ฌ ธɱ̶ ฌ


‫ں‬ㄦㄦ ฌ ‫ں‬ɱฎ ฌ
‫ں‬ธ‫ ں‬ฌ ธธㄦ ฌ
‫ں‬ฎㄦ ฌ ‫ں‬ɱՙ  ธㅡㅡ  ธɱธ ฌ
‫ں‬ㄦㅡ ฌ
‫ں‬ธธ ฌ ธธ″ ฌ
‫ں‬ㄦ̶  ‫ں‬ɱ″  ธㅡㄦ  ธɱ‫ ں‬ฌ
Ⓢ Ќ ●╗ ㄦฌ ‫ں‬ฎ″ ฌ
‫ں‬ธ̶ ฌ ธㅡธ  ธㅡ̶ ฌ
‫ں‬ฎՙ  ‫ں‬ɱ‫ ں‬ฌ ธธՙ ฌ ธ̶̶  ธ̶ㅡ  ธ̶ㄦ  ธ̶″  ธ̶ՙ  ธ̶ฎ  ธㅡx  ธㅡ‫ ں‬ฌ
‫ں‬ㄦธ ฌ ‫ں‬ฎฎ  ‫ں‬ฎɱ  ‫ں‬ɱx  ‫ں‬ɱㄦ  ธ̶ɱ  ธㅡ″  ธɱx ฌ
‫ں‬ธㅡ ฌ
Ⓢ Ќ ●╗ ‫ں‬ ‫ں‬ɱㅡ  Ⓢ Ќ ●╗ ̶ ธㅡՙ ฌ ธฎɱ ฌ
ธธฎ ฌ
‫ں‬ธㄦ ฌ
‫ں‬ɱ̶  ธㅡฎ  ธฎฎ ฌ
‫ں‬ธ″ ฌ ‫ں‬ㄦ‫ ں‬ ‫ں‬ㄦx  ‫ں‬ㅡɱ  ‫ں‬ㅡฎ  ‫ں‬ㅡՙ  ‫ں‬ㅡ″  ‫ں‬ㅡㄦ  ‫ں‬ㅡㅡ  ‫ں‬ㅡ̶ ฌ ธธɱ ฌ
‫ں‬ɱธ  ธ″̶  ธ″ธ  ธ″‫ ں‬ ธ″x  ธㅡɱ  ธฎՙ ฌ
ธㄦɱ  ธㄦฎ  ธㄦՙ  ธㄦ″ ฌ ธㄦㄦ  ธㄦㅡ  ธㄦ̶  ธㄦธ  ธㄦ‫ ں‬ฌ ธㄦx ฌ
‫ں‬ธՙ ฌ ธ̶x ฌ
ธฎ″ ฌ
‫ں‬ธฎ ฌ
ธ̶‫ ں‬ฌ ธฎx ฌ ธฎㄦ ฌ
‫ں‬ธɱ ฌ
Ɔ ธx
╗ ‫ں‬ɱƆ 
Ő ″xDz 

‫̶ں‬x  ‫ ں̶ں‬ ‫̶ں‬ธ  ‫ ̶̶ں‬ ‫̶ں‬ㅡ  ‫̶ں‬ㄦ  ‫̶ں‬″  ‫̶ں‬ՙ  ‫̶ں‬ฎ  ‫̶ں‬ɱ  ‫ں‬ㅡx  ‫ں‬ㅡ‫ ں‬ ‫ں‬ㅡธ ฌ ธฎ‫ ں‬ฌ
ธ̶ธ ฌ
ธ″ㅡ  ธ″ㄦ  ธ″″  ธ″ՙ  ธ″ฎ  ธ″ɱ  ธՙx  ธՙ‫ ں‬ ธՙธ  ธՙ̶  ธฎㅡ ฌ
ธՙㄦ  ธՙ″  ธՙՙ  ธՙฎ  ธՙɱ  ธฎx ฌ
ธฎธ ฌ
ธฎ̶ ฌ

 Ա Ġ ‫ں‬ฎxㄦֱxxxฌ

ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
Ɔ О ֱ‫ں‬ฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


AОЌ̬‫ں‬ธㄦֱธ‫ֱں‬ธx‫ֱں‬xx‫ں‬ⓒ‫ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″x̶ֱxxธִxxㅡฌ

A㌱Ŵ㌱ħŴŴкħ㌱ħ่Ŵฌ

ㅡՙ ㅡฎ ㅡɱ ㄦxฌ

Оħ่֭к₡Ŵผħ㌱Ŵฌ

ОⓈ ฌ
ⓈО ฌ
ฎḚ

ⓈОฌ
Ŵ

ОⓈ ฌ
Оħ‫ש‬Ŵ㌱ħŴṲƥŐ֭₡Оγƥฌ

ผŴ
‫ف‬
֭
ㄦ‫ں‬ฌ

ㄦธฌ ŐγкŴ่㌱֭Ŵฌ

ㄦ̶ฌ

ㄦㅡฌ
Ձ֭㌱ਙऑγੂккこƥՁੂ่่ƥՁ֭‫ف‬Ŵ㌱ੂƥฌ

ㄦㄦฌ Ձħ‫ف‬‫ש‬ผこ㈾Ŵऑਙ่ħ㌱こƥ╗֭ゥŴ่こƥฌ

ฎ
ՁŴ่‫ש‬Ŵ่Ŵ㌱ŴこŴผŴฌ

ḚŴ
ผŴ
Ɔ‫ש‬ħऑŴ‫่֭ש‬ħħこŴฌ

‫ف‬֭
CŴੂкħผħਙ่‫׀‬Ŵ₡ผŴ่‫ف‬кŴ‫ש‬こฌ

ㄦɱ ㄦฎ ㄦՙ ㄦ″ฌ


╗֭㌱ผħこ㌱γŴこŴ֭₡ผੂฌ


γผੂŴ㌱‫ש‬ħ่ħŴこ֭ゥħ㌱Ŵ่Ŵฌ

Ձ

ԱⓈ
ฎ
ḚŴ
ผŴ
֭‫ف‬

ㄦธฌ

ㄦ‫ں‬ ㅡ″ Őฌ

ㄦxฌ ㅡՙฌ
ㅡㄦฌ
ㅡɱฌ ㅡฎฌ
ㅡㅡฌ

ㅡ̶ฌ

ㅡธ ㅡ″ฌ
″ธ ″̶ ″ㅡ ″ㄦ ″″ ″ՙ ″ฎฌ
ㅡ‫ں‬ ㅡㄦฌ
ⓈЌ●╗ธฌ
ㅡx ㅡㅡฌ
‫ں‬ธ㈠ՙՙAฌ
̶ɱ ՙ ″ ㄦ ㅡ ̶ฌ ธ ‫ں‬
ՙㄦ ՙㅡ ՙ̶ฌ ՙธ ՙ‫ں‬ ՙx ″ɱ ㄦธ ㄦ‫ں‬ ㄦx ㅡɱ ㅡฎ ㅡՙ ㅡ̶ฌ
̶ฎฌ
xƥ
xƥ ธㄦƥ ㄦxƥ ‫ں‬xxƥฌ

ḚŐAОĠ●ƆAՁDzฌ
ՁО‫ں‬㈠‫ں‬ֱОผ֭кħこħ่ŴผੂƆħ‫֭ש‬ՁŴ่₡㌱Ŵऑ֭ОкŴ่ฌ ӧ‫ں‬फएㄦxƥֱxफỏฌ
Ḷ㌱‫ש‬ਙ⇡֭ผธՙⓒธx‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
DzкੂħŴ่Ŵ‫ש‬่֭‫่่֭ש‬ħŴкŴ่₡ḚผŴ่₡Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙฌ ‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
Ќ֭Ŵผ‫ש‬γ֭Ќਙผ‫ש‬γ֭Ŵ‫ש‬ਙผ่֭ผਙ⑾Û㈠C֭֭ผƆऑผħ่‫ف‬ÛŴੂŴ่₡ḚผŴ่₡Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙОŴผ2ʉŴੂฌ
ՁŴЋ֭‫ف‬ŴⓒЌЋฎɱ‫ں‬ㅡɱฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


ՁA Ќ C Ɔ  A О Dz О ՁA Ќ ฌ
С A Ṳ ӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ

СḶ Ő ฌ
Ḛ Ő Ḷ Ⓢ Оฌ
Ɔ Ձ A ╗Dz Ő ฌ
Ġ A Ќ ●С A Ќ ฌ

Ҝ Ḷ Ќ ╗ Dz  ●╗ Ḷ ″xฌ
A О Ќ ‫ ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″x‫ֱں‬xx̶ⓒ‫ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″x‫ֱں‬xx″ⓒฌ Ḷ Ɔ Ḷ Ա ՁA Ќ  A Ő C ฌ
‫ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″xธֱxxธⓒֱxxㄦⓒֱxxɱⓒֱx‫ں‬xⓒִ ฌ
О Ġ Ḷ Ќ Dz ӧՙxธỏธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx
ㄦՙㅡxƆ ㈠A Ő Ћ ●Ձ Ձ Dz Ɔ ╗ Ő Dz Dz ╗  ธ‫ں‬″ⓒՁ A Ɔ Ћ Dz Ḛ A Ɔ ⓒЌ Ћ ฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ

ִ ‫ں‬ธㄦֱธ‫ֱں‬ธx‫ֱں‬xx‫ں‬ฌ
‫ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″x̶ֱxx‫ں‬╗Ġ Ő Ⓢ ֱxxㅡ
A Ɔ ●Ќ Ḛ ՁDz С A Ҝ ●Ձ Ő Dz Ɔ ●C Dz Ќ ╗ ●A ՁƆ Ⓢ Ա C ●Ћ ●Ɔ ●Ḷ Ќ ฌ
Û ●╗ Ġ ●Ќ ╗ Ġ Dz  ●╗  Ḷ С ՁA Ɔ Ћ Dz Ḛ A Ɔ ⓒЌ Dz Ћ A C A ⓒḚ Dz Ќ Dz Ő A ՁՁ ՁḶ  A ╗ Dz C A ╗ ╗ Ġ Dz ฌ
Ќ Ḷ Ő ╗ Ġ Dz A Ɔ ╗  Ḷ Ő Ќ Dz Ő Ḷ С Ḛ Ő A Ќ C Ҝ Ḷ Ќ ╗ Dz  ●╗ Ḷ О A Ő  Û A  A Ќ C C Dz Dz Ő Ɔ О Ő ●Ќ Ḛ Ɔ Û A  ฌ
Dz Ќ ╗Ő  Ɔ ╗Ő Dz Dz ╗ՁA Ќ C Ɔ  A О Dz ฌ

C Dz Dz Ő Ɔ О Ő ●Ќ Ḛ Ɔ A Ћ Dz ゜Ḛ Ő A Ќ C Ҝ Ḷ Ќ ╗Dz  ●╗Ḷ О  Û  ฌ


ƆḶ
Ա
ՁA
Ќ
A Ő

Ḷ
Ⓢ Ő
 ●╗  Ḷ С Ձ A Ɔ Ћ Dz Ḛ A Ɔ ⓒЌ Ћ ฌ

゜ฌ
ОḶ ╗ A
ḶՁ ŐC


ŐA
ЌC Ҝ
ḶЌ
Ġ Ḷ Ҝ Dz

╗Dz
 ●╗
Ḷ О
Û
ฌ
Ҝ Ḷ Ќ ╗Dz  ●╗Ḷ ″x


ƆḶ
Ա
Ձ A Ќ C Ɔ  A О Dz О ՁA Ќ 

ՁA
Ќ
A Ő
Cฌ

О Ḷ Ḷ Ձ゜ฌ
 Ḷ Ⓢ Ő ╗ A Ő C ฌ

ḚŐО
C Ҝ
Ɔ ธx
╗ ‫ں‬ɱƆ 
Ő ″xDz 


AЌ Û 
Ќ╗
Dz
●╗ Ḷ
 Ա Ġ ‫ں‬ฎxㄦֱxxxฌ

C Dz Dz Ő Ɔ О Ő ●Ќ Ḛ Ɔ Û A  ฌ
CDz
Dz Ő Ɔ
ОŐ
●Ќ
ḚƆ
Û
A

C Ḷ Dz Ա Ő Ḷ Ḷ  ╗Ő A ●Ձฌ

ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
Ձ Ɔ ֱ‫ں‬ฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


A7 Aฌ

ธɱƥ
╗ਙ7Աк₡
̶ธƥֱธफฌ

╗㈠Ḷ㈠77ОŴผŴऑ֭‫ש‬7 ̶ɱƥֱxफฌ
ħ่㈠7кผ㈠ฌ
″ƥ7bҜⓈ7DzЌbDz7
Őਙਙ⑾7Ձ֭‫֭ﭨ‬кฌ ̶̶ƥֱธ7‫゜ں‬ธफฌ
ħ่㈠7кผ㈠ฌ

‫ ں‬ฎƥ ‫ ں‬xƥ
̶ฌ
″xƥ7

ՙՙƥֱ″फฌ
ธ ㅡƥ
‫ں‬xƥֱɱफฌ
‫ں‬ฌ

‫ں‬xƥֱฎफฌ
‫ں‬ฎƥฌ
╗Dz7 ╗Dz7

‫ں‬xƥฌ
̶ผ₡77Ձ֭‫֭ﭨ‬к7 ธ‫ں‬ƥ̶ֱ7‫゜ں‬ธफฌ
ħ่㈠7кผ㈠ฌ
Ա7 Ա7

ฎ7
ฎ‫ں‬ƥֱ″फฌ


Ա7 Ա7 ธ‫ں‬ƥฌ

Ŵผ
Ŵ‫ف‬


xƥ

Őਙʉ7Ձħ่֭ฌ
Őਙʉ7Ձħ่֭ฌ

֭⎯
ธ‫ں‬ƥฌ ธxƥ7
‫̶ں‬7 Աк₡‫ف‬7Ɔ֭ऑฌ

ธxƥֱㅡफฌ
Աк₡‫ف‬7Ɔ֭ऑฌ
ㄦ7 ธ่₡77Ձ֭‫֭ﭨ‬к7 ‫ں‬xƥֱՙ7̶゜ㅡफฌ

Оผਙऑ֭ผ‫ੂש‬7Ձħ่֭ฌ
Оผਙऑ֭ผ‫ੂש‬7Ձħ่֭ฌ
ħ่㈠7кผ㈠ฌ
″7
ธฎƥ̶ֱफฌ

A₡㈾Ŵ㌱่֭‫ש‬ฌ
‫ں‬xƥ7 ‫ں‬ฎƥ7 ธㅡƥ7 ‫ں‬ฎƥ7‫ں‬ธƥ̶ֱफฌ ƥฌ

b่֭‫֭ש‬ผ7Ձħ่֭7ਙ⑾7Ɔ‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫ש‬ฌ

Ő֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴкฌ
‫ں‬

ƥฌ ƥ
̶x
‫ں‬ ธ

‫ש⎯ں‬77Ձ֭‫֭ﭨ‬кฌ xƥֱxफฌ
‫ں‬ㄦƥ7 ‫ ں‬ฎƥฌ ธㅡƥ ‫ں‬ฎƥ7 ‫ ں‬ฎƥ ธㅡƥ ‫ں‬ฎƥ7
̶xƥฌ ƥ

̶xƥฌ
Աк₡‫ف‬7Ɔ֭ऑ7 ฎ
‫ں‬ ħ่㈠7кผ㈠ฌ
ƥฌ

ธ″
ㅡ7 ธ

″ƥ
ธx
ƥฌ
ƥฌ

‫ں‬
ƥ

ો゜
‫ں‬

ОŐḶОḶƆDzC7ŐDzƆ●CDzЌ╗●AՁฌ
ֱ
ธxƥฌ

ฎ7
ㄦƥ7ㄦƥ7 ฎƥฌ


╗Dzฌ Աк₡‫ف‬7Ɔ֭ऑฌ

″ƥ7bҜⓈ7DzЌbDzฌ
Ő
ƥฌ

Ŵผ
‫ں‬
╗Dzฌ

bḶ 7″̶ⓒ
ธxƥฌ ƥฌ

Ŵ‫ف‬
Աк₡‫ف‬7Ɔ֭ऑฌ ฎ

7゜
Ձ⎯7⎯ʉ7 Ձ⎯7
Աк₡‫ف‬7●●●ฌ

֭⎯

ธx
‫ں‬x

ƥฌ
ธㄦƥฌ ՙ7

ธㄦƥฌ
Աк₡‫ف‬7Ɔ֭ऑฌ
ธxƥฌ
Աк₡‫ف‬7Ɔ֭ऑ7 फฌ

x7
‫ں‬ธ7 ƥֱ″

b

̶

ḶՁ ŐC
‫ں‬ՙƥ7 ̶ㅡƥ7 ̶ฎƥֱɱफฌ


‫ںں‬7


̶7

ОḶ ╗ùA Ɔฌ


ՁŴ่₡⎯㌱Ŵऑ֭7 Ɔ‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫ש‬7 ՁŴ่₡⎯㌱Ŵऑ֭ฌ

ƥฌ
Û
ㅡxƥฌ
Աк₡‫ف‬7Ɔ֭ऑฌ



ธxƥฌ

A
Աк₡‫ف‬7Ɔ֭ऑฌ

‫ ں‬xƥ
ㅡ xƥฌ

ՁՁ
7

ธ ㅡƥ
╗Dz7

Û
ḚA


╗Dz

ОŴผ‫ש‬ħŴк7Ɔħ‫֭ש‬77A7ֱ7Ɔ֭㌱‫ש‬ħਙ่7 ӧЌਙผ‫ש‬γ77‫ש‬ਙ77Ɔਙ—‫ש‬γỏฌ

゜7C

‫ ں‬ฎƥ
ฎฌ

ㅡ ŐŴ
Dz

ゥ7Ա ㌱
╗Dz7

֭
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b

‫ ں‬xƥ
ħ( ฌ
″xƥ7
Ɔ㌱Ŵк̬֭7̶゜̶ธफ7ए7‫ں‬ƥֱxफฌ

ฎ7
Ő
A


╗Dzฌ

╗●

Ŵผ
ธ7

ㅡ ŐŴ
Ŵ‫ف‬
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ゥ7Ա ㌱
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Ա7 Աฌ


㈠●㈠
‫ں‬xฌ ƥฌ



A
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ОŐ

ḚA

╗Dz
ОḶ

╗Dzฌ
ƆDz

ḚA
ธ xƥ
C ╗AЌìՁDzƆƆฌ
7Ő Û゜Ġฌ

DzƆ
● C

ƥฌ
DzЌ ‫ں‬ฌ

‫ں‬ฎ
╗● ‫ ں‬ՙƥ ‫ ں‬xƥ ‫ ں‬ㄦƥ ㄦ ƥฌ ธ
ㅡƥฌ ㅡ ƥฌ ธ ㅡƥ
AՁ ㄦ ƥ ‫ ں‬ㄦƥ ‫ ں‬xƥฌ ‫ ں‬ฎƥฌ

A
‫ں‬ฎƥ

̶
╗ਙ7ฌ ㄦƥฌ
Աк
₡‫ف‬ ɱ7 bŴккฌ

‫ں‬xㄦƥฌ
7

ƥฌ
Աਙゥ7 ƥฌ

AՁฌ

̶ㄦ
ธɱ ‫ف‬7
7Աк₡
╗ਙฌ

ㄦㄦƥฌ
ธɱƥฌ
ธ̶ƥ̶ֱफฌ

О ŐḶ
ОḶƆDz
C7ŐDz
Ɔ●CDz
Ќ╗●A
Ձฌ ̶ฌ
╗㈠Ḷ㈠77ОŴผŴऑ֭‫ש‬ฌ
‫ں‬
̶ɱƥֱxफ
ħ่㈠7кผ㈠ฌ

Aฌ
‫ں‬ฌ
Őਙਙ⑾7Ձ֭‫֭ﭨ‬кฌ ̶̶ƥֱธ7‫゜ں‬ธफฌ

Aฌ
ՙƥֱɱफฌ

̶ผ₡77Ձ֭‫֭ﭨ‬к7 ธ‫ں‬ƥ̶ֱ7‫゜ں‬ธफฌ
ħ่㈠7кผ㈠ฌ

ธ่₡77Ձ֭‫֭ﭨ‬к7 ‫ں‬xƥֱՙ7̶゜ㅡफฌ
ħ่㈠7кผ㈠ฌ
̶‫ں‬ƥ̶ֱफฌ

A₡㈾Ŵ㌱่֭‫ש‬ฌ
Оผਙऑ֭ผ‫ੂש‬ฌ7Ձħ่֭ฌ

Ő֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴкฌ
b่֭‫֭ש‬ผ7Ձħ่֭7ਙ⑾7Cผħ‫֭ﭨ‬7●⎯к֭ฌ

‫ש⎯ں‬77Ձ֭‫֭ﭨ‬к7 xƥֱxफฌ
ħ่㈠7кผ㈠ฌ

‫ں‬ฎƥ7 ธㅡƥ7 ‫ں‬ฎƥฌ


Ő֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴкฌ ОŴผ(ħ่‫ف‬7 Cผħ‫֭ﭨ‬7●⎯к֭7 ОŴผ(ħ่‫ف‬7 Աк₡‫ف‬7‫ں‬Aฌ
ОŴผ㌱֭кฌ
‫ں‬ㄦƥֱ″फ7‫ں‬ㄦƥֱxफ7 ″xƥ7 ฎƥฌ
ՁŴ่₡⎯㌱Ŵऑ֭ฌ
ӧӧÛ֭⎯‫ש‬77‫ש‬ਙ77DzŴ⎯‫ש‬ỏฌ
㌱‫ש‬ħਙ่ ӧÛ
ОŴผ‫ש‬ħŴк7Ɔħ‫֭ש‬77Ա7ֱ7Ɔ֭㌱‫ש‬ħਙ่7 ֭⎯
Ɔ㌱Ŵк̬֭7̶゜̶ธफ7ए7‫ں‬ƥֱxफฌ
bਙऑੂผħ‫ف‬γ‫ש‬7ธx‫ں‬ฎⓒ7Dz่‫ﭨ‬ħผਙ่こ่֭‫ש‬Ŵк7C֭⎯ħ‫่ف‬7Ḛผਙ—ऑⓒ7ՁՁbฌ

ਙ㈾֭㌱‫ ש‬Ќਙ㈠̬ ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ


Оผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7Ќਙ㈠̬7ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ7 Ḷ㌱‫ש‬ਙ⇡֭ผ7ธɱⓒ7ธx‫ں‬ฎฌ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
Ɔħ‫֭ש‬7Ɔ֭㌱‫ש‬ħਙ่⎯ฌ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

b่֭‫่่֭ש‬ħŴк7ִ7ḚผŴ่₡7Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙฌ
ՁŴ⎯7Ћ֭‫ف‬Ŵ⎯ⓒ7Ќ֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ₡Ŵฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


ОՁAЌ7Ɔ‫ں‬7 Ɔ╗ⓈC●Ḷ7ԱՁCḚฌ

ОՁAЌ7Ɔธ7 Ɔ╗ⓈC●Ḷ7ԱՁCḚฌ

‫ں‬7ԱCŐҜ7‫ں‬A7 ԱՁCḚ7╗ùОDz7●ฌ

ธ7ԱCŐҜ7ธA7 ԱՁCḚ7╗ùОDz7●●ฌ

ธ7ԱCŐҜ7ธԱ7 ԱՁCḚ7╗ùОDz7●●7ִ7●●●ฌ

̶7ԱCŐҜ7̶A7 ԱՁCḚ7╗ùОDz7●●●ฌ

╗AЌìՁDzƆƆฌ
Û゜Ġฌ

Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7Ɔ‫—ש‬₡ħਙ7Ɔ‫ں‬7 Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7Ɔ‫—ש‬₡ħਙ7Ɔธฌ
Ձ●ЋAԱՁDzฌ ㄦ̶x7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ Ձ●ЋAԱՁDzฌ ㄦ̶x7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
Ɔ╗ḶŐAḚDz゜ԱAՁbḶЌùฌ ฎx7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ Ɔ╗ḶŐAḚDz゜ԱAՁbḶЌùฌ ՙㅡ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ ‫ں‬7Ա֭₡ผਙਙこ7Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬77‫ں‬Ŵฌ
╗Ḷ╗AՁฌ ″‫ں‬x7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
╗Ḷ╗AՁฌ ″xㅡ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
Ձ●ЋAԱՁDzฌ ՙՙฎ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
Ɔ╗ḶŐAḚDz゜ԱAՁbḶЌùฌ ՙɱ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
╗Ḷ╗AՁฌ ฎㄦՙ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ

ธफฌ
‫ں‬ƥֱㄦ7‫゜ں‬ธफฌ

ธफ7
╗AЌìՁDzƆƆฌ
Û゜Ġฌ
╗AЌìՁDzƆƆฌ
Û゜Ġฌ

ธ7Ա֭₡ผਙਙこ7Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7ธ⇡ฌ
ธ7Ա֭₡ผਙਙこ7Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7ธŴฌ
Ձ●ЋAԱՁDzฌ ‫ںں‬x″7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
Ձ●ЋAԱՁDzฌ ‫ںں‬xɱ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ Ɔ╗ḶŐAḚDz゜ԱAՁbḶЌùฌ ɱㅡ7Ɔ㈠㈠7 ̶7Ա֭₡ผਙਙこ7Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7̶Ŵฌ
̶Ŵ
Ɔ╗ḶŐAḚDz゜ԱAՁbḶЌùฌ ՙx7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ ╗Ḷ╗AՁ7 ‫ں‬ⓒธxx7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
╗Ḷ╗AՁ ‫ں‬ⓒ‫ں‬ՙɱ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
Ձ●ЋAԱՁDzฌ ‫ں‬ㅡㅡ″7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
‫ں‬ㅡㅡ″ Ɔ㈠㈠
Ɔ╗ḶŐAḚDz゜ԱAՁbḶЌùฌ ‫ں‬xՙ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
‫ں‬xՙ Ɔ㈠㈠
╗Ḷ╗AՁ7 ‫ں‬ㄦㄦ̶ Ɔ㈠㈠
‫ں‬ㄦㄦ̶7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ

b7 bਙऑੂผħ‫ف‬γ‫ש‬7ธx‫ں‬ฎⓒ7Dz่‫ﭨ‬ħผਙ่こ่֭‫ש‬Ŵк7C֭⎯ħ‫่ف‬7Ḛผਙ—ऑⓒ7ՁՁbฌ
Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7ОкŴ่⎯ฌ Оผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7Ќਙ㈠̬7ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ7
㈾֭㌱‫ש‬ Ќਙ㈠̬ ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ Ḷ㌱‫ש‬ਙ⇡֭ผ7ธɱⓒ7ธx‫ں‬ฎฌ

‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

b่֭‫่่֭ש‬ħŴк7ִ7ḚผŴ่₡7Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙฌ
ՁŴ⎯7Ћ֭‫ف‬Ŵ⎯ⓒ7Ќ֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ₡Ŵฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


‫ں‬ธɱƥֱ‫ں‬xफฌ

●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ ●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ
Ɔ‫—ש‬₡ħਙ7Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬ฌ Ɔ‫—ש‬₡ħਙ7Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬ฌ

bਙผ่֭ผฌ bਙผ่֭ผฌ
Ɔ‫—ש‬₡ħਙ7Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬ฌ Ɔ‫—ש‬₡ħਙ7Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬ฌ
ㄦɱƥֱ″फฌ

bਙผ่֭ผฌ bਙผ่֭ผฌ
Ɔ‫—ש‬₡ħਙ7Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬ฌ Ɔ‫—ש‬₡ħਙ7Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬ฌ

●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ ●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ
Ɔ‫—ש‬₡ħਙ7Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬ฌ Ɔ‫—ש‬₡ħਙ7Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬ฌ

Ɔ╗ⓈC●Ḷ7 ӧḚŐḶƆƆ7AŐDzAỏฌ

‫ں‬Ɔ╗7ՁḶḶŐ7 ″ⓒ‫ں‬ՙɱ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
ธЌC7ՁḶḶŐฌ ″ⓒ‫ں‬ՙɱ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
̶ŐC7ՁḶḶŐฌ ″ⓒ‫ں‬ՙɱ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
╗Ḷ╗AՁ7 ‫ں‬ฎⓒㄦ̶ՙ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
ฎⓒㄦ̶ Ɔ

b7 bਙऑੂผħ‫ف‬γ‫ש‬7ธx‫ں‬ฎⓒ7Dz่‫ﭨ‬ħผਙ่こ่֭‫ש‬Ŵк7C֭⎯ħ‫่ف‬7Ḛผਙ—ऑⓒ7ՁՁbฌ
Ɔ‫—ש‬₡ħਙ7Աк₡‫ف‬ฌ Оผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7Ќਙ㈠̬7ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ7
㈾֭㌱‫ש‬ Ќਙ㈠̬ ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ Ḷ㌱‫ש‬ਙ⇡֭ผ7ธɱⓒ7ธx‫ں‬ฎฌ

‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

b่֭‫่่֭ש‬ħŴк7ִ7ḚผŴ่₡7Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙฌ
ՁŴ⎯7Ћ֭‫ف‬Ŵ⎯ⓒ7Ќ֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ₡Ŵฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


bਙผ่֭ผฌ ●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ ●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ bਙผ่֭ผฌ
Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7‫ں‬Ŵฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7‫⇡ں‬ฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7‫⇡ں‬ฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7‫ں‬Ŵฌ

bਙผ่֭ผฌ ●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ ●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ bਙผ่֭ผฌ


Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7‫ں‬Ŵฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7‫⇡ں‬ฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7‫⇡ں‬ฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7‫ں‬Ŵฌ

╗AЌìՁDzƆƆฌ
Û゜Ġฌ
╗AЌìՁDzƆƆฌ
Û゜Ġฌ

ԱՁCḚ7‫ں‬7 ӧḚŐḶƆƆ7AŐDzAỏฌ

‫ں‬Ɔ╗7ՁḶḶŐ7 ฎⓒ̶̶ՙ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
ธЌC7ՁḶḶŐฌ ฎⓒ̶̶ㄦ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
̶ŐC7ՁḶḶŐฌ ฎⓒ̶̶ㄦ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
╗Ḷ╗AՁ7 ธㄦⓒxxՙ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
ㄦⓒxx Ɔ

b7 bਙऑੂผħ‫ف‬γ‫ש‬7ธx‫ں‬ฎⓒ7Dz่‫ﭨ‬ħผਙ่こ่֭‫ש‬Ŵк7C֭⎯ħ‫่ف‬7Ḛผਙ—ऑⓒ7ՁՁbฌ
Աк₡‫ف‬7‫ֱں‬7*кਙਙผ7ОкŴ่ฌ Оผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7Ќਙ㈠̬7ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ7
㈾֭㌱‫ש‬ Ќਙ㈠̬ ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ Ḷ㌱‫ש‬ਙ⇡֭ผ7ธɱⓒ7ธx‫ں‬ฎฌ

‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

b่֭‫่่֭ש‬ħŴк7ִ7ḚผŴ่₡7Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙฌ
ՁŴ⎯7Ћ֭‫ف‬Ŵ⎯ⓒ7Ќ֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ₡Ŵฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


bਙผ่֭ผฌ ●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ bਙผ่֭ผฌ
Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7‫ں‬Ŵฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7‫⇡ں‬ฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7‫ں‬Ŵฌ

bਙผ่֭ผฌ ●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ bਙผ่֭ผฌ


Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7‫ں‬Ŵฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7‫⇡ں‬ฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7‫ں‬Ŵฌ

╗AЌìՁDzƆƆฌ
Û゜Ġฌ

ԱՁCḚ7‫ں‬7 ӧḚŐḶƆƆ7AŐDzAỏฌ

‫ں‬Ɔ╗7ՁḶḶŐ7 ″ⓒㄦ‫ں‬x7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
ธЌC7ՁḶḶŐฌ ″ⓒㄦ‫ں‬x7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
̶ŐC7ՁḶḶŐฌ ″ⓒㄦ‫ں‬x7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
╗Ḷ╗AՁ7 ‫ں‬ɱⓒㄦ̶x7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
ɱⓒㄦ̶x Ɔ

b7 bਙऑੂผħ‫ف‬γ‫ש‬7ธx‫ں‬ฎⓒ7Dz่‫ﭨ‬ħผਙ่こ่֭‫ש‬Ŵк7C֭⎯ħ‫่ف‬7Ḛผਙ—ऑⓒ7ՁՁbฌ
Աк₡‫ف‬7‫ں‬Aֱ7*кਙਙผ7ОкŴ่ฌ Оผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7Ќਙ㈠̬7ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ7
㈾֭㌱‫ש‬ Ќਙ㈠̬ ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ Ḷ㌱‫ש‬ਙ⇡֭ผ7ธɱⓒ7ธx‫ں‬ฎฌ

‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

b่֭‫่่֭ש‬ħŴк7ִ7ḚผŴ่₡7Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙฌ
ՁŴ⎯7Ћ֭‫ف‬Ŵ⎯ⓒ7Ќ֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ₡Ŵฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


bਙผ่֭ผฌ ●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ ●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ bਙผ่֭ผฌ
Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7ธŴฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7ธ⇡ฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7ธ⇡ฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7ธŴฌ

ธफฌ
‫ں‬ƥֱㄦ7‫゜ں‬ธफฌ
bਙผ่֭ผฌ ●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ ●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ bਙผ่֭ผฌ

ธफ7
Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7ธŴฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7ธ⇡ฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7ธ⇡ฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7ธŴฌ

╗AЌìՁDzƆƆฌ
Û゜Ġ7 ╗AЌìՁDzƆƆฌ
Û゜Ġฌ

ԱՁCḚ7ธ7 ӧḚŐḶƆƆ7AŐDzAỏฌ

‫ں‬Ɔ╗7ՁḶḶŐ7 ‫ںں‬ⓒธ̶ՙ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
ธЌC7ՁḶḶŐฌ ‫ںں‬ⓒธ̶ՙ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
̶ŐC7ՁḶḶŐฌ ‫ںں‬ⓒธ̶ՙ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
╗Ḷ╗AՁ7 ̶̶ⓒՙ‫ںں‬7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
̶̶ⓒ Ɔ

b7 bਙऑੂผħ‫ف‬γ‫ש‬7ธx‫ں‬ฎⓒ7Dz่‫ﭨ‬ħผਙ่こ่֭‫ש‬Ŵк7C֭⎯ħ‫่ف‬7Ḛผਙ—ऑⓒ7ՁՁbฌ
Աк₡‫ف‬7ธ7ֱ7*кਙਙผ7ОкŴ่ฌ Оผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7Ќਙ㈠̬7ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ7
㈾֭㌱‫ש‬ Ќਙ㈠̬ ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ Ḷ㌱‫ש‬ਙ⇡֭ผ7ธɱⓒ7ธx‫ں‬ฎฌ

‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

b่֭‫่่֭ש‬ħŴк7ִ7ḚผŴ่₡7Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙฌ
ՁŴ⎯7Ћ֭‫ف‬Ŵ⎯ⓒ7Ќ֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ₡Ŵฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


bਙผ่֭ผฌ bਙผ่֭ผฌ
Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7̶Ŵฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7̶Ŵฌ

●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ ●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ
Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7ธ⇡ฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7ธ⇡ฌ

●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ ●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผฌ
Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7ธ⇡ฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7ธ⇡ฌ

bਙผ่֭ผฌ bਙผ่֭ผฌ
Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7̶Ŵฌ Ⓢ่ħ‫ש‬7̶Ŵฌ
╗AЌìՁDzƆƆฌ
Û゜Ġฌ

ԱՁCḚ7̶7 ӧḚŐḶƆƆ7AŐDzAỏฌ

‫ں‬Ɔ╗7ՁḶḶŐ7 ‫̶ں‬ⓒ‫ں‬″ɱ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
ธЌC7ՁḶḶŐฌ ‫̶ں‬ⓒ‫ں‬″ฎ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
̶ŐC7ՁḶḶŐฌ ‫̶ں‬ⓒ‫ں‬″ฎ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
╗Ḷ╗AՁ7 ̶ɱⓒㄦxㄦ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
̶ɱⓒㄦxㄦ Ɔ

b7 bਙऑੂผħ‫ف‬γ‫ש‬7ธx‫ں‬ฎⓒ7Dz่‫ﭨ‬ħผਙ่こ่֭‫ש‬Ŵк7C֭⎯ħ‫่ف‬7Ḛผਙ—ऑⓒ7ՁՁbฌ
Աк₡‫ف‬7̶7ֱ7*кਙਙผ7ОкŴ่ฌ Оผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7Ќਙ㈠̬7ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ7
㈾֭㌱‫ש‬ Ќਙ㈠̬ ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ Ḷ㌱‫ש‬ਙ⇡֭ผ7ธɱⓒ7ธx‫ں‬ฎฌ

‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

b่֭‫่่֭ש‬ħŴк7ִ7ḚผŴ่₡7Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙฌ
ՁŴ⎯7Ћ֭‫ف‬Ŵ⎯ⓒ7Ќ֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ₡Ŵฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


ҜA●Ձ7ŐҜ㈠ฌ

İⓈ●bDzฌ
ԱAŐ7 ĠAՁՁฌ

DzṲDzŐb●ƆDzฌ

ĠAՁՁ7ธฌ

ҜDzƆƆAḚDzฌ
ÛḶҜDzЌƥƆฌ
╗AЌЌ●ЌḚฌ

ҜA●Ќฌ ՁDzAƆ●ЌḚฌ ƆDzA╗●ЌḚ7 Û●*●ฌ bḶЋDzŐDzCฌ


DzЌ╗Őùฌ ՁḶⓈЌḚDzฌ ՁḶⓈЌḚDzฌ ОA╗●Ḷฌ

Ḷ**●bDzฌ ՁDzAƆ●ЌḚฌ
‫ں‬ฌ

ĠAՁՁ‫ں‬ฌ
ḚAҜDzฌ ḚAҜDzฌ
ŐḶḶҜฌ ՁḶⓈЌḚDzฌ
Ḷ**●bDzฌ
ธ7 ì●╗bĠDzЌฌ

bՁⓈԱĠḶⓈƆDz7 ӧḚŐḶƆƆ7AŐDzAỏฌ

bḶҜҜḶЌ7AŐDzAƆ7 ″ⓒ″ɱ̶7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
*●ŐDzฌ
DzՁDzb╗㈠ฌ ՁDzAƆ●ЌḚ7゜7Ḷ●bDzฌ ″″ฎ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
Ő●ƆDzŐฌ
ՁḶⓈЌḚDz7゜7ƆDzA╗7
ƆDzA╗ ‫ں‬ⓒ̶ㄦ″7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
‫ں‬ⓒ̶ㄦ″ Ɔ㈠㈠
Ɔ╗ḶŐAḚDz7゜7DzՁDzb7
DzՁDzb ‫ںں‬x7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ
‫ںں‬x Ɔ㈠㈠
╗Ḷ╗AՁ7 ฎⓒฎธՙ Ɔ㈠㈠
ฎⓒฎธՙ7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ

b7 bਙऑੂผħ‫ف‬γ‫ש‬7ธx‫ں‬ฎⓒ7Dz่‫ﭨ‬ħผਙ่こ่֭‫ש‬Ŵк7C֭⎯ħ‫่ف‬7Ḛผਙ—ऑⓒ7ՁՁb7
bк—⇡γਙ—⎯֭7ֱ7*кਙਙผ7ОкŴ่7 Оผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7Ќਙ㈠̬7ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ7
㈾֭㌱‫ש‬ Ќਙ㈠̬ ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ Ḷ㌱‫ש‬ਙ⇡֭ผ7ธɱⓒ7ธx‫ں‬ฎฌ

‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

b่֭‫่่֭ש‬ħŴк7ִ7ḚผŴ่₡7Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙฌ
ՁŴ⎯7Ћ֭‫ف‬Ŵ⎯ⓒ7Ќ֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ₡Ŵฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


ḚAŐAḚDz7 ӧḚŐḶƆƆ7AŐDzAỏฌ

ḚAŐAḚDzƆ7 ธⓒxㄦ‫ں‬7Ɔ㈠㈠ฌ

b7 bਙऑੂผħ‫ف‬γ‫ש‬7ธx‫ں‬ฎⓒ7Dz่‫ﭨ‬ħผਙ่こ่֭‫ש‬Ŵк7C֭⎯ħ‫่ف‬7Ḛผਙ—ऑⓒ7ՁՁb7
ḚŴผŴ‫֭ف‬7‫ں‬7ֱ7*кਙਙผ7ОкŴ่7 Оผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7Ќਙ㈠̬7ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ7
㈾֭㌱‫ש‬ Ќਙ㈠̬ ɱ‫ں‬ฎxՙธ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ Ḷ㌱‫ש‬ਙ⇡֭ผ7ธɱⓒ7ธx‫ں‬ฎฌ

‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ

b่֭‫่่֭ש‬ħŴк7ִ7ḚผŴ่₡7Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙฌ
ՁŴ⎯7Ћ֭‫ف‬Ŵ⎯ⓒ7Ќ֭‫ﭨ‬Ŵ₡Ŵฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


Ќ Ḷ ╗Dz Ɔ 7 Ḷ Û Ќ Dz Ő 7●Ќ Ḷ Ő Ҝ A ╗●Ḷ Ќ ฌ

О Ő Ḷ İDz b ╗ 7Ɔ ●╗ Dz ฌ
╗DzЌ╗A╗●ЋDz7ҜAОฌ
AṲ7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ

ḶŐฌ
ḚŐḶⓈОฌ
Ɔ Ձ A ╗Dz Ő ฌ
ĠAЌ●AЌฌ

ҜḶЌ╗Dzb●╗Ḷ7″xฌ C Dz Ћ Dz ՁḶ О Dz Ő 7●Ќ Ḷ Ő Ҝ A ╗●Ḷ Ќ ฌ

A О Ќ 7‫ ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″x‫ֱں‬xx̶ⓒ7ֱxxㄦⓒ7‫ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″x‫ֱں‬xx″ⓒฌ
‫ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″xธֱxxธⓒ7ֱxxㄦⓒ7ֱxx″ⓒ7ֱxxɱⓒ7ֱx‫ں‬xⓒ7ֱx‫ںں‬ⓒฌ Dz Ќ Ḛ ●Ќ Dz Dz Ő 7●Ќ Ḷ Ő Ҝ A ╗●Ḷ Ќ ฌ
ОĠḶЌDz7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xxฌ
ㄦՙㅡx7Ɔ㈠7AŐЋ●ՁՁDz7Ɔ╗ŐDzDz╗7 ธ‫ں‬″ⓒ7ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋ7ฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ

7ִ7‫ں‬ธㄦֱธ‫ֱں‬ธx‫ֱں‬xx‫ں‬
‫ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″x̶ֱxx‫ں‬7╗Ġ Ő Ⓢ 7ֱxxㅡฌ
A7Ɔ●ЌḚՁDz7 AҜ●Ձù7ŐDzƆ●CDzЌ╗●AՁ7ƆⓈԱC●Ћ●Ɔ●ḶЌฌ
Û●╗Ġ●Ќ7╗ĠDz7b●╗ù7Ḷ 7ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌDzЋACAⓒ7ḚDzЌDzŐAՁՁù7ՁḶbA╗DzC7A╗7╗ĠDz7ЌḶŐ╗ĠDzAƆ╗7bḶŐЌDzŐฌ
Ⓢ ╗●Ձ●╗ù 7Ɔ Dz Ő Ћ ●b Dz Ɔ 7Ա ù 7 ՁDz Ḛ A Ձ7C Dz Ɔ b Ő ●О ╗●Ḷ Ќ ฌ
Ḷ 7ḚŐAЌC7ҜḶЌ╗Dzb●╗Ḷ7ОAŐìÛAù7AЌC7CDzDzŐ7ƆОŐ●ЌḚƆ7ÛAù7

Ա DzЌ b Ġ Ҝ AŐ ì ฌ

Ա A Ɔ ●Ɔ 7Ḷ 7Ա Dz A Ő ●Ќ Ḛ ฌ

О Ő Ḷ İDz b ╗7Ɔ Ⓢ Ҝ Ҝ A Ő ù ฌ
ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋฌ

Ћ ●b ●Ќ ●╗ù 7Ҝ A О ฌ
ĠḶҜDzฌ
Ҝ Ḷ Ќ ╗Dz b ●╗Ḷ 7″x7
╗ Dz Ќ ╗A ╗●Ћ Dz 7Ҝ A О 7

A ㈠7 О Ő ●Ћ A ╗Dz 7Ɔ ╗Ő Dz Dz ╗7Ɔ Dz b ╗●Ḷ Ќ 7 Ա ㈠7 О Ő ●Ћ A ╗Dz 7Ɔ ╗Ő Dz Dz ╗7Ɔ Dz b ╗●Ḷ Ќ 7 b ㈠7 О Ⓢ Ա Ձ●b 7Ɔ ╗ Ő Dz Dz ╗ 7Ɔ Dz b ╗●Ḷ Ќ 7 A ㈠7 ՁḶ ╗7╗ ù О ●b A Ձ7ֱ7ธㄦƥ7О Ő Ḷ C Ⓢ b ╗ 7 Dz Ɔ ╗●Ҝ A ╗Dz C 7A Ћ Dz Ő A Ḛ Dz 7C A ●Ձù 7Ɔ Dz Û Dz Ő 7b Ḷ Ќ ╗Ő ●Ա Ⓢ ╗●Ḷ Ќ Ɔ ฌ

C ●Ɔ b ՁA ●Ҝ Dz Ő 7Ќ Ḷ ╗Dz ฌ
Ɔ7ธxฌ
╗7‫ ں‬ɱ7Ɔฌ
Ő7″x7Dz7

О A Ő ì ●Ќ Ḛ 7A Ќ A Ձù Ɔ ●Ɔ 7ӧC Dz ╗A b Ġ Dz C ỏฌ

C ㈠7 О Ő ●Ћ A ╗Dz 7Ɔ ╗Ő Dz Dz ╗7Ɔ Dz b ╗●Ḷ Ќ 7 Dz ㈠7 О Ⓢ Ա Ձ●b 7Ɔ ╗ Ő Dz Dz ╗ 7Ɔ Dz b ╗●Ḷ Ќ ฌ

ì Ա Ġ ‫ں‬ฎxㄦֱxxxฌ
О Ő ●Ћ A ╗Dz 7Ɔ ╗Ő Dz Dz ╗7Ќ Ḷ ╗Dz ฌ

ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
Ա ㈠7 ՁḶ ╗7╗ ù О ●b A Ձ7ֱ7̶ㄦƥ7О Ő Ḷ C Ⓢ b ╗ 7 ‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
╗Ҝֱ‫ں‬ฌ
㈠7 О Ⓢ Ա Ձ●b 7Ɔ ╗ Ő Dz Dz ╗ 7Ɔ Dz b ╗●Ḷ Ќ ฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆฌ
ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆฌ ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ
Ɔ7ธxฌ ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋ ฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


╗7‫ ں‬ɱ7Ɔฌ
Ő7″x7Dzฌ
ĠḶҜDzฌ ĠAЌ●AЌ
ḚŐḶⓈОฌ
ㄦՙㅡx7Ɔ㈠7AŐЋ●ՁՁDz7Ɔ╗ŐDzDz╗7 ธ‫ں‬″ⓒ7ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋ7ฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ
ОĠḶЌDz7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx AṲ7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆฌ
ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7
ḚAƆ7 Ḛฌ
AƆ7 ḚAƆฌ ḚA

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


Ɔ7ธxฌ ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋ ฌ
╗7‫ ں‬ɱ7Ɔฌ
Ő7″x7Dzฌ
ĠḶҜDzฌ ĠAЌ●AЌ
ḚŐḶⓈОฌ
ㄦՙㅡx7Ɔ㈠7AŐЋ●ՁՁDz7Ɔ╗ŐDzDz╗7 ธ‫ں‬″ⓒ7ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋ7ฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ
ОĠḶЌDz7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx AṲ7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639
Ɔ7ธxฌ ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋ ฌ
╗7‫ ں‬ɱ7Ɔฌ
Ő7″x7Dzฌ
ĠḶҜDzฌ ĠAЌ●AЌ
ḚŐḶⓈОฌ
ㄦՙㅡx7Ɔ㈠7AŐЋ●ՁՁDz7Ɔ╗ŐDzDz╗7 ธ‫ں‬″ⓒ7ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋ7ฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ
ОĠḶЌDz7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx AṲ7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ
ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆฌ
ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ
Ɔ7 ḚAƆ7
Ḛ Ɔ ḚA
Ḛ Ɔ7
AƆ ḚAƆ
Ɔ7 ḚA
Ḛ Ɔ
AƆ7 Ɔ7
ḚAƆ ḚAƆ7
Ḛ AƆ ḚA
Ḛ Ɔ
AƆ7 ḚA
Ḛ AƆ
Ɔ7 ḚA
Ḛ Ɔ
AƆ7 Ḛ
ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆฌ
ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
Ɔ7ธxฌ ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋ ฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


╗7‫ ں‬ɱ7Ɔฌ
Ő7″x7Dzฌ
ĠḶҜDzฌ ĠAЌ●AЌ
ḚŐḶⓈОฌ
ㄦՙㅡx7Ɔ㈠7AŐЋ●ՁՁDz7Ɔ╗ŐDzDz╗7 ธ‫ں‬″ⓒ7ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋ7ฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ
ОĠḶЌDz7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx AṲ7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7
ḚAƆ ḚA
ḚAƆ7
AƆ ḚAƆ7
ḚAƆ ḚAƆ7
ḚAƆ ḚAƆ7
ḚAƆ ḚAƆ7

ḚA Ɔ ḚAƆ7
ḚAƆ ḚAƆ7
ḚAƆ ḚAƆ7
ḚAƆ ḚAƆ7
ḚAƆ ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆ7 ḚAƆฌ
Ɔ7ธxฌ ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋ ฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


╗7‫ ں‬ɱ7Ɔฌ
Ő7″x7Dzฌ
ĠḶҜDzฌ ĠAЌ●AЌ
ḚŐḶⓈОฌ
ㄦՙㅡx7Ɔ㈠7AŐЋ●ՁՁDz7Ɔ╗ŐDzDz╗7 ธ‫ں‬″ⓒ7ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋ7ฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ
ОĠḶЌDz7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx AṲ7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
Ḛ AƆ ḚAƆ Ḛ AƆ ḚAƆ ḚAƆ Ḛ AƆ ḚAƆ ḚAƆ Ḛ AƆ ḚAƆ Ḛ AƆ ḚAƆ ḚAƆ Ḛ AƆ ḚAƆ ḚAƆ Ḛ AƆ ḚAƆ ḚAƆ Ḛ AƆ
Ɔ7ธxฌ ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋ ฌ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


╗7‫ ں‬ɱ7Ɔฌ
Ő7″x7Dzฌ
ĠḶҜDzฌ ĠAЌ●AЌ
ḚŐḶⓈОฌ
ㄦՙㅡx7Ɔ㈠7AŐЋ●ՁՁDz7Ɔ╗ŐDzDz╗7 ธ‫ں‬″ⓒ7ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋ7ฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ
ОĠḶЌDz7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx AṲ7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639
Ɔ7ธxฌ b●╗ù7Ḷ7ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋฌ
╗7‫ ں‬ɱ7Ɔฌ
Ő7″x7Dzฌ
ĠḶҜDzฌ ĠAЌ●AЌ
ḚŐḶⓈОฌ
ㄦՙㅡx7Ɔ㈠7AŐЋ●ՁՁDz7Ɔ╗ŐDzDz╗7 ธ‫ں‬″ⓒ7ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋ7ฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ
ОĠḶЌDz7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx AṲ7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ
‫゜ںں‬ธՙ゜‫ں‬ฎ
ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639
Ɔ7ธxฌ b●╗ù7Ḷ7ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋฌ
╗7‫ ں‬ɱ7Ɔฌ
Ő7″x7Dzฌ
ĠḶҜDzฌ ĠAЌ●AЌ
ḚŐḶⓈОฌ
ㄦՙㅡx7Ɔ㈠7AŐЋ●ՁՁDz7Ɔ╗ŐDzDz╗7 ธ‫ں‬″ⓒ7ՁAƆ7ЋDzḚAƆⓒ7ЌЋ7ฎɱ‫ںں‬ฎฌ
ОĠḶЌDz7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx AṲ7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶ɱɱฌ
GPA-74633 [PRJ-74608] - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT RELATED TO VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 AND
TMP-74639 - APPLICANT: KB HOME - OWNER: MS NORTHWEST LAND COMPANY, LLC
NORTHEAST CORNER OF DEER SPRINGS WAY AND GRAND MONTECITO PARKWAY
11/01/2018
GPA-74633 [PRJ-74608] - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT RELATED TO VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 AND
TMP-74639 - APPLICANT: KB HOME - OWNER: MS NORTHWEST LAND COMPANY, LLC
NORTHEAST CORNER OF DEER SPRINGS WAY AND GRAND MONTECITO PARKWAY
11/01/2018
GPA-74633 [PRJ-74608] - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT RELATED TO VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 AND
TMP-74639 - APPLICANT: KB HOME - OWNER: MS NORTHWEST LAND COMPANY, LLC
NORTHEAST CORNER OF DEER SPRINGS WAY AND GRAND MONTECITO PARKWAY
11/01/2018
GPA-74633 [PRJ-74608] - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT RELATED TO VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 AND
TMP-74639 - APPLICANT: KB HOME - OWNER: MS NORTHWEST LAND COMPANY, LLC
NORTHEAST CORNER OF DEER SPRINGS WAY AND GRAND MONTECITO PARKWAY
11/01/2018
GPA-74633 [PRJ-74608] - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT RELATED TO VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 AND
TMP-74639 - APPLICANT: KB HOME - OWNER: MS NORTHWEST LAND COMPANY, LLC
NORTHEAST CORNER OF DEER SPRINGS WAY AND GRAND MONTECITO PARKWAY
11/01/2018
GPA-74633 [PRJ-74608] - GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT RELATED TO VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 AND
TMP-74639 - APPLICANT: KB HOME - OWNER: MS NORTHWEST LAND COMPANY, LLC
NORTHEAST CORNER OF DEER SPRINGS WAY AND GRAND MONTECITO PARKWAY
11/01/2018
ìԱĠ‫ں‬ฎxㄦ㈠xxxฌ
Ḷ㌱‫ש‬ਙ⇡֭ผ7ธธⓒ7ธx‫ں‬ฎฌ
bħ‫ੂש‬7ਙ⑾7ՁŴ⎯7Ћ֭‫ف‬Ŵ⎯ฌ
ОкŴ่่ħ่‫ف‬7Ŵ่₡7C֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬ฌ
̶̶̶7Ɔ㈠7ŐŴ่㌱γਙ7Cผħ‫֭ﭨ‬ฌ
ՁŴ⎯7Ћ֭‫ف‬Ŵ⎯ⓒ7ЌЋ77ฎɱ‫ں‬x‫ں‬ฌ
ŐDz̬77 İ—⎯‫ש‬ħ⑾ħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่7Ձ֭‫֭שש‬ผ7⑾ਙผ7Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙ7″x7Ḛ่֭֭ผŴк7ОкŴ่7Aこ่֭₡こ่֭‫ש‬7ӧḚОAỏⓒ7╗่֭‫ש‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħ‫֭ﭨ‬ฌ
ҜŴऑ7ӧ╗ҜОỏ7Ŵ่₡7ÛŴħ‫֭ﭨ‬ผ7ӧÛЋŐỏ7ॅ7ӧAОЌ⎯7‫ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″x‫ֱں‬xx̶7ִ7xx″⊿7‫ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″xธֱxxธⓒ7xxㄦⓒฌ
xxɱⓒ7ִ7x‫ں‬x⊿7‫ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″x̶ֱxx‫ں‬7‫ש‬γผ—7xxㅡ⊿7Ŵ่₡7‫ں‬ธㄦֱธ‫ֱں‬ธx‫ֱں‬xx‫ں‬ỏฌ
ƆкŴ‫֭ש‬ผ7ĠŴ่ħ⑾Ŵ่7Ḛผਙ—ऑⓒ7ਙ่7⇡֭γŴк⑾7ਙ⑾7‫ש‬γ֭7Ŵऑऑкħ㌱Ŵ่‫ש‬ⓒ7ìԱ7Ġਙこ֭⎯ⓒ7ผ֭⎯ऑ֭㌱‫—⑾ש‬ккੂ7⎯—⇡こħ‫⎯ש‬7‫ש‬γħ⎯7㈾—⎯‫ש‬ħ⑾ħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่ฌ
к֭‫֭שש‬ผ7ħ่7⎯—ऑऑਙผ‫ש‬7ਙ⑾7Ŵ7╗่֭‫ש‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħ‫֭ﭨ‬7ҜŴऑ7ਙ่7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯—⇡㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7⎯ħ‫֭ש‬㈠ฌ

╗γ֭7⎯—⇡㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7⎯ħ‫֭ש‬7ħ⎯7кਙ㌱Ŵ‫֭ש‬₡7Ŵ‫ש‬7‫ש‬γ֭7Ќਙผ‫ש‬γ֭Ŵ⎯‫ש‬7㌱ਙผ่֭ผ7ਙ⑾7C֭֭ผ7Ɔऑผħ่‫⎯ف‬7ÛŴੂ7Ŵ่₡7ḚผŴ่₡7Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙฌ
ОŴผ1ʉŴੂ⊿7Ŵ่₡7ħ⎯7⇡ਙผ₡֭ผ֭₡7ਙ่7‫ש‬γ֭7֭Ŵ⎯‫ש‬7⇡ੂ7ḶƆḶ7ԱкŴ่㌱Ŵ7ŐਙŴ₡㈠7╗γ֭7A⎯⎯֭⎯⎯ਙผɸ⎯7ОŴผ㌱֭к7Ќ—こ⇡֭ผ⎯7Ŵผ֭ฌ
‫ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″x‫ֱں‬xx̶7ִ7xx″⊿7‫ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″xธֱxxธⓒ7xxㄦⓒ7xxɱⓒ7ִ7x‫ں‬x⊿7‫ں‬ธㄦֱธxֱ″x̶ֱxx‫ں‬7‫ש‬γผ—7xxㅡ⊿7Ŵ่₡7‫ں‬ธㄦֱธ‫ֱں‬
ธx‫ֱں‬xx‫ں‬㈠7╗γ֭7ऑŴผ㌱֭к7ħ⎯7ŴऑऑผਙゥħこŴ‫֭ש‬кੂ7ㄦธ㈠ɱՙો゜ֱ7Ŵ㌱ผ֭⎯㈠77╗γ֭7ऑผਙऑਙ⎯֭₡7₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬7㌱ਙ่⎯ħ⎯‫⎯ש‬7ਙ⑾7ՙธㅡฌ
⎯ħ่‫ف‬к֭7⑾Ŵこħкੂ7ผ֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴк7кਙ‫⎯ש‬7ʉγħ㌱γ7ผ֭⎯—к‫⎯ש‬7ħ่7Ŵ่7ਙ‫֭ﭨ‬ผŴкк7‫ف‬ผਙ⎯⎯7₡่֭⎯ħ‫ੂש‬7ਙ⑾7‫̶ں‬㈠″″7ӧ₡—゜Ŵ㌱ỏ㈠77╗γ֭7ऑผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬ฌ
ʉħкк7⇡֭7₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑ֭₡7—⎯ħ่‫ف‬7╗ਙʉ่7b่֭‫֭ש‬ผ7C֭⎯ħ‫่ف‬7Ɔ‫ש‬Ŵ่₡Ŵผ₡⎯㈠ฌ

Û֭7Ŵผ֭7⑾ħкħ่‫ف‬7Ŵ7╗่֭‫ש‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħ‫֭ﭨ‬7ҜŴऑ7⑾ਙผ7ੂਙ—ผ7ผ֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭ʉ7Ŵ่₡7㌱ਙ่⎯ħ₡֭ผŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่㈠7╗γ֭7╗่֭‫ש‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħ‫֭ﭨ‬7ҜŴऑ7Ŵऑऑкħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่ฌ
ħ⎯7⇡֭ħ่‫ف‬7⎯—⇡こħ‫֭שש‬₡7ħ⎯7㌱ਙ่⎯ħ⎯‫ש่֭ש‬7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7‫ש‬γ֭7ħ่‫ש่֭ש‬7⑾ਙผ7‫ש‬γ֭7╗ਙʉ่7b่֭‫֭ש‬ผ7ՁŴ่₡7Ⓢ⎯֭7⑾ผਙこ7Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙ7ӧҜbֱ
╗bỏ7Ŵ่₡7Ⓢผ⇡Ŵ่7b่֭‫֭ש‬ผ7Ҝħゥ֭₡ֱⓈ⎯֭7ӧⓈbֱ╗bỏ㈠ฌ

Оผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7C֭⎯㌱ผħऑ‫ש‬ħਙ่ฌ
╗γ֭7Ŵ㌱㌱ਙこऑŴ่ੂħ่‫ف‬7⎯ħ‫֭ש‬7ऑкŴ่7ħ่㌱к—₡֭⎯7ՙธㅡ7ผ֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴк7кਙ‫⎯ש‬7ਙ่7ㄦธ㈠ɱՙ7Ŵ㌱ผ֭⎯ⓒ7ʉγħ㌱γ7ผ֭⎯—к‫⎯ש‬7ħ่7Ŵ7₡่֭⎯ħ‫ੂש‬ฌ
ਙ⑾7‫̶ں‬㈠″″7ӧ₡—゜Ŵ㌱ỏ㈠77╗γ֭ผ֭7Ŵผ֭7‫ש‬ʉਙ7่֭‫ש‬ผħ֭⎯7ऑผਙ‫ﭨ‬ħ₡ħ่‫ف‬7Ŵ㌱㌱֭⎯⎯7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯ħ‫֭ש‬㈠77╗γ֭7่֭‫ש‬ผੂ7Ŵкਙ่‫ف‬7ḚผŴ่₡ฌ
Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙ7ОŴผ1ʉŴੂ7Ŵкħ‫⎯่ف‬7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7‫ש‬γ֭7֭ゥħ⎯‫ש‬ħ่‫ف‬7㌱—ผ⇡7ਙऑ่֭ħ่‫ف‬㈠77╗γ֭7ธ่₡7่֭‫ש‬ผੂ7ħ⎯7кਙ㌱Ŵ‫֭ש‬₡7Ŵкਙ่‫ف‬7‫ש‬γ֭7Ḷ⎯ਙฌ
ԱкŴ่㌱Ŵ7ŐਙŴ₡7Ŵкħ‫่ف‬こ่֭‫ש‬ⓒ7Ŵ‫ש‬7‫ש‬γ֭7֭Ŵ⎯‫ש‬7⇡ਙ—่₡Ŵผੂ7ਙ⑾7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯ħ‫֭ש‬㈠77╗γ֭7‫ש‬ʉਙ7่֭‫ש‬ผħ֭⎯7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯ħ‫֭ש‬7⎯γਙ—к₡7ऑผਙ‫ﭨ‬ħ₡֭ฌ
Ŵ₡֭‫—׀‬Ŵ‫֭ש‬7 ֭こ֭ผ‫่֭ف‬㌱ੂ7 ‫֭ﭨ‬γħ㌱к֭7 Ŵ㌱㌱֭⎯⎯7 ‫ש‬ਙ7 ‫ש‬γ֭7 ₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬㈠7 7 О֭₡֭⎯‫ש‬ผħŴ่7 Ŵ㌱㌱֭⎯⎯7 ऑਙħ่‫⎯ש‬7 ʉħкк7 ⇡֭ฌ
ऑผਙ‫ﭨ‬ħ₡֭₡7 ħ่7 ⎯֭‫֭ﭨ‬ผŴк7 кਙ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่⎯7 ħ่㌱к—₡ħ่‫ف‬7 ่֭Ŵผ7 ‫ש‬γ֭7 ่ਙผ‫ש‬γʉ֭⎯‫ש‬7 ㌱ਙผ่֭ผ7 ‫ש‬ਙ7 ḚผŴ่₡7 Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙⓒ7 ‫ש‬γ֭ฌ
⎯ਙ—‫ש‬γ֭Ŵ⎯‫ש‬7㌱ਙผ่֭ผ7‫ש‬ਙ7Ḷ⎯ਙ7ԱкŴ่㌱Ŵ7ŐਙŴ₡ⓒ7Ŵ่₡7Ŵ7″xֱ⑾ਙਙ‫ש‬7Aผผਙੂਙ7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7Ŵ7่ਙผ‫ש‬γ֭ผ่7㌱ਙ่่֭㌱‫ש‬ħਙ่7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭ฌ
ḚผŴ่₡7Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙ7Ɔ1Ŵ‫֭ש‬7ОŴผ17Ŵ่₡7⎯ਙ—‫ש‬γ֭ผ่7㌱ਙ่่֭㌱‫ש‬ħਙ่7‫ש‬ਙ7C֭֭ผ7Ɔऑผħ่‫⎯ف‬7ÛŴੂ㈠ฌ

Ḷऑ่֭7ƆऑŴ㌱֭ฌ
╗γ֭7ผ֭‫—׀‬ħผ֭こ่֭‫ש‬7⑾ਙผ7ਙऑ่֭7⎯ऑŴ㌱֭7ਙ่7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯—⇡㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7ऑผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7ħ⎯7‫ں‬ธ੧7⇡Ŵ⎯֭₡7ਙ่7‫ש‬γ֭7₡่֭⎯ħ‫ੂש‬7ਙ⑾7⇡֭ħ่‫ف‬7ħ่ฌ
‫ש‬γ֭7ผŴ่‫֭ف‬7ਙ⑾7‫ں‬ธ㈠‫ں‬ો7₡ʉ֭ккħ่‫ف‬7—่ħ‫⎯ש‬7ऑ֭ผ7Ŵ㌱ผ֭㈠77‫ں‬ธ੧7ਙ⑾7ㄦธ㈠ɱՙ7Ŵ㌱ผ֭⎯7ħ⎯7″㈠̶ㄦ7Ŵ㌱ผ֭⎯7ӧธՙ″ⓒ″x″7⎯‫—׀‬Ŵผ֭ฌ
⑾֭֭‫ש‬ỏ㈠77╗γ֭7⎯ħ‫֭ש‬7こ֭֭‫⎯ש‬7‫ש‬γ֭7ผ֭‫—׀‬ħผ֭₡7ਙऑ่֭7⎯ऑŴ㌱֭7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7ՙ㈠‫ں‬ㅡ7Ŵ㌱ผ֭⎯7ӧ̶‫ںں‬ⓒxฎɱ7⎯‫—׀‬Ŵผ֭7⑾֭֭‫ש‬ỏ7ਙ⑾7ਙऑ่֭ฌ
⎯ऑŴ㌱֭7⎯֭‫ש‬7Ŵ⎯ħ₡֭7ħ่7㌱ਙここਙ่7кਙ‫⎯ש‬ⓒ7Ŵ7″xֱ⑾‫ש‬7Ŵผผਙੂਙ7㌱ਙ่่֭㌱‫ש‬ħਙ่7⑾ผਙこ7่ਙผ‫ש‬γ7‫ש‬ਙ7⎯ਙ—‫ש‬γ7‫ש‬γผਙ—‫ف‬γ7‫ש‬γ֭7㌱่֭‫֭ש‬ผฌ
ਙ⑾7‫ש‬γ֭7₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬ⓒ7Ŵこ่֭ħ‫ੂש‬7▷ਙ่֭⎯7ִ7кŴ่₡⎯㌱Ŵऑ֭7⇡—⑾⑾֭ผ⎯7Ŵкਙ่‫ف‬7㌱ਙкк֭㌱‫ש‬ਙผ7⎯‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫⎯ש‬ⓒ7Ŵ่₡7Ŵ่7Ŵこ่֭ħ‫ੂש‬ฌ
Ŵผ֭Ŵ7ӧʉ゜7ऑਙਙкỏ㈠77╗γħ⎯7ऑผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7こŴゥħこħ▷֭⎯7‫ש‬γ֭7—⎯֭7ਙ⑾7‫ש‬γ֭7ऑผਙऑ֭ผ‫ੂש‬7Ŵ่₡7֭こऑγŴ⎯ħ▷֭⎯7—⎯Ŵ⇡к֭7㌱ਙここਙ่ฌ
ਙऑ่֭7⎯ऑŴ㌱֭7⑾ਙผ7ऑ֭₡֭⎯‫ש‬ผħŴ่7Ŵ㌱㌱֭⎯⎯7Ŵ่₡7㌱ਙ่่֭㌱‫ש‬ħ‫ﭨ‬ħ‫ੂש‬㈠ฌ

╗ผŴħк⎯7ִ7bਙ่่֭㌱‫ש‬ħ‫ﭨ‬ħ‫ੂש‬ฌ
╗γ֭7₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬7ऑผਙऑਙ⎯֭₡7こਙ₡ħ⑾ħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่⎯7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭7╗ਙʉ่7b่֭‫֭ש‬ผ7Ҝ—к‫ש‬ħֱⓈ⎯֭7╗ผŴħк⎯7こŴऑ㈠77A⎯7⎯γਙʉ่ฌ
╗ผŴħк⎯ こŴऑ㈠ A⎯ ⎯γਙ
่‫ ש่֭ש‬ħ⎯ ‫ש‬ਙ ㌱ਙ่‫ש‬ħ่—֭
ਙ่7‫ש‬γ֭7่֭㌱кਙ⎯֭₡7╗ผŴħк7ҜŴऑ7Ŵ⎯7ऑŴผ‫ש‬7ਙ⑾7‫ש‬γ֭7Ḛ่֭֭ผŴк7ОкŴ่7Aこ่֭₡こ่֭‫ש‬ⓒ7‫ש‬γ֭7ħ่‫ש่֭ש‬7ħ⎯7‫ש‬ਙ7㌱ਙ่‫ש‬ħ่—֭7‫ש‬γ֭ฌ
╗ਙʉ่7 b่֭‫֭ש‬ผ7 bਙкк֭㌱‫ש‬ਙผ7 ╗ผŴħк7 Ŵкਙ่‫ف‬7 ‫ש‬γ֭7 ่ਙผ‫ש‬γ֭ผ่7 ⇡ਙ—่₡Ŵผੂ7 ӧʉħ‫ש‬γħ่7 ‫ש‬γ֭7 ֭ゥħ⎯‫ש‬ħ่‫ ف‬ऑ
֭ゥħ⎯‫ש‬ħ่‫ف‬7 Ŵผ1 ⎯⎯ħ‫֭ש‬ỏ7
ऑŴผ17 ħ‫֭ש‬ỏ Ŵ่₡ฌ
γ ‫ש‬γ֭ Ŵऑऑผਙ‫֭ﭨ‬₡ ╗b ╗
‫ש‬γผਙ—‫ف‬γ7‫ש‬γ֭7″xֱ⑾‫ש‬7Ŵผผਙੂਙ7Ŵкਙ่‫ف‬7‫ש‬γ֭7Cਙ֭7Աผਙਙ17Ŵкħ‫่ف‬こ่֭‫ש‬7ħ่7㌱ਙこऑкħŴ่㌱֭7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7‫ש‬γ֭7Ŵऑऑผਙ‫֭ﭨ‬₡7╗b7╗ผŴħкฌ
ҜŴऑ㈠7 7 ╗γ֭7 ₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬7 ऑผਙऑਙ⎯֭⎯7 ‫ש‬ਙ7 こŴħ่‫ש‬Ŵħ่7 ‫ש‬γ֭7 Ҝ—к‫ש‬ħֱⓈ⎯֭7 ╗ผŴħк7 Ŵкਙ่‫ف‬7 ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
ਙ่‫ف‬ ‫ש‬γ֭ C֭֭ผ7
‫ש‬γ֭7 C֭֭ผ Ɔऑผħ่‫⎯ف‬ฌ
Ɔऑผħħ
‫ں‬x゜ธ̶゜‫ں‬ฎ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙ7″x7ॅ7ҜŴ㈾ਙผ7Ҝਙ₡ħ⑾ħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่7ִ7Ɔħ‫֭ש‬7C֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬7Ő֭‫ﭨ‬ħ֭ʉ7İ—⎯‫ש‬ħ⑾ħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่7Ձ֭‫֭שש‬ผฌ
Ḷ㌱‫ש‬ਙ⇡֭ผ7ธธⓒ7ธx‫ں‬ฎฌ
ОŴ‫֭ف‬7ธ7ਙ⑾7̶ฌ

Ŵкħ‫่ف‬こ่֭‫ש‬7‫ש‬γผਙ—‫ف‬γ7‫ש‬ਙ7Ḷ⎯ਙ7ԱкŴ่㌱Ŵ㈠77Aк‫ש‬γਙ—‫ف‬γ7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯ħ‫֭ש‬7ऑкŴ่7ऑผਙऑਙ⎯֭⎯7‫ש‬ਙ7ผ֭こਙ‫֭ﭨ‬7‫ש‬γ֭7╗b7bਙкк֭㌱‫ש‬ਙผฌ
╗ผŴħк7⑾ผਙこ7ḚผŴ่₡7Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬ਙ7Ḷ⎯ਙ7ԱкŴ่㌱Ŵⓒ7‫ש‬γ֭7ħ่‫ש่֭ש‬7ħ⎯7‫ש‬ਙ7ऑผਙ‫ﭨ‬ħ₡֭7ऑ֭₡֭⎯‫ש‬ผħŴ่7ऑŴ‫ש‬γ⎯7Ŵкਙ่‫ف‬7Ḷ⎯ਙฌ
ԱкŴ่㌱Ŵ7 ʉγħ㌱γ7 ʉħкк7 ่֭㌱Ŵऑ⎯—кŴ‫֭ש‬7 ‫ש‬γ֭7 ऑผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7 ʉħ‫ש‬γ7 ऑ֭₡֭⎯‫ש‬ผħŴ่7 ‫ש‬ผŴħк⎯7 ⎯—ผผਙ—่₡ħ่‫ف‬7 ‫ש‬γ֭7 ่֭‫ש‬ħผ֭ฌ
₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬7⑾ਙผ7ऑ֭₡֭⎯‫ש‬ผħŴ่7Ŵ㌱㌱֭⎯⎯7Ŵ่₡7㌱ਙ่่֭㌱‫ש‬ħ‫ﭨ‬ħ‫ੂש‬㈠ฌ

╗γ֭7ਙ‫֭ﭨ‬ผŴкк7ऑผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7⎯ħ‫֭ש‬7ऑผਙ‫ﭨ‬ħ₡֭⎯7Ŵ7㌱ਙ่่֭㌱‫ש‬ħ‫ﭨ‬ħ‫ੂש‬7ผŴ‫ש‬ħਙ7ਙ⑾7‫ں‬㈠ธㄦ㈠ฌ

Ɔ֭‫⇡ש‬Ŵ㌱6⎯ฌ
Ա֭кਙʉ7Ŵผ֭7‫ש‬γ֭7こħ่ħこ—こ7⎯֭‫⇡ש‬Ŵ㌱1⎯7⇡֭ħ่‫ف‬7ผ֭‫֭ש⎯֭—׀‬₡7⑾ਙผ7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯—⇡㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬7 7 7

ธㄦֱОผਙ₡—㌱‫ש‬7 7 ‫ں‬ฎɸ7╗ਙʉ่γਙこ֭⎯7 Ок—こֱОผਙ₡—㌱‫ש‬7 7


Fผਙ่‫ש‬7ӧḚŴผŴ‫֭ف‬ỏ̬7‫ں‬ฎֱ⑾‫ש‬ฌ Fผਙ่‫ש‬7ӧՁħ‫ﭨ‬ħ่‫ف‬ỏ̬7‫ں‬xֱ⑾‫ש‬ฌ Fผਙ่‫ש‬7ӧՁħ‫ﭨ‬ħ่‫ف‬ỏ̬7ㄦֱ⑾‫ש‬ฌ
Fผਙ่‫ש‬7ӧՁħ‫ﭨ‬ħ่‫ف‬ỏ̬7‫ں‬ㅡֱ⑾‫ש‬ฌ Fผਙ่‫ש‬7ӧОŴ‫ש‬ħਙỏ̬7ㄦֱ⑾‫ש‬ฌ Ő֭Ŵผ7ӧḚŴผŴ‫֭ف‬ỏ̬7ㄦֱ⑾‫ש‬7゜7‫ں‬ฎֱ⑾‫ש‬ોฌ
Ő֭Ŵผ7ӧՁħ‫ﭨ‬ħ่‫ف‬ỏ̬7‫ں‬xֱ⑾‫ש‬ฌ Ő֭Ŵผ7ӧḚŴผŴ‫֭ف‬ỏ̬7̶7‫ש‬ਙ7ㄦֱ⑾‫ש‬7゜ฌ Ő֭Ŵผ7ӧՁħ‫ﭨ‬ħ่‫ف‬ỏ̬7ธֱ⑾‫ש‬ฌ
Ő֭Ŵผ7ӧОŴ‫ש‬ħਙỏ̬7ㄦֱ⑾‫ש‬ฌ ‫ں‬ฎֱ⑾‫ש‬ોฌ Ɔħ₡֭7ӧ●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผỏ̬7xֱ⑾‫ש‬7
Ɔħ₡֭7ӧ●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผỏ̬7ㄦֱ⑾‫ש‬ฌ Ɔħ₡֭7ӧ●่‫֭ש‬ผħਙผỏ̬7xֱ⑾‫ש‬7 Ɔħ₡֭7ӧbਙผ่֭ผỏ̬7ㄦֱ⑾‫ש‬7ӧ‫ں‬xֱ⑾‫ש‬ฌ
Ɔħ₡֭7ӧbਙผ่֭ผỏ̬7‫ں‬xֱ⑾‫ש‬ฌ Ɔħ₡֭7ӧbਙผ่֭ผỏ̬7ㄦֱ⑾‫ש‬7ӧ‫ں‬xֱ⑾‫ש‬ฌ ⇡֭‫ש‬ʉ่֭֭7Ա—ħк₡ħ่‫⎯ف‬ỏฌ
⇡֭‫ש‬ʉ่֭֭7Ա—ħк₡ħ่‫⎯ف‬ỏฌ

Ő֭⑾֭ผ7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ੂש‬ऑħ㌱Ŵк7‫ש‬ਙʉ่γਙこ֭7кਙ‫ש‬7₡֭‫ש‬Ŵħк⎯7ਙ่7Ɔħ‫֭ש‬7ОкŴ่7⑾ਙผ7⎯֭‫⇡ש‬Ŵ㌱17₡ħこ่֭⎯ħਙ่⎯㈠ฌ

Dzゥ㌱֭ऑ‫ש‬ħਙ่̬7C—֭7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭7㌱—ผ‫֭ﭨ‬₡7⎯‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫⎯ש‬ⓒ7Ձਙ‫⎯ש‬7‫̶ں‬ՙֱ‫ں‬ㄦ″ⓒ7″̶ธⓒ7Ŵ่₡7″ㄦx7こŴੂ7γŴ‫֭ﭨ‬7ħผผ֭‫—ف‬кŴผ7⎯γŴऑ֭₡ฌ
₡ผħ‫֭ﭨ‬ʉŴੂ⎯⊿7ਙ⑾7ʉγħ㌱γ7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯γਙผ‫֭ש‬ผ7⎯ħ₡֭7ਙ⑾7‫ש‬γ֭7₡ผħ‫֭ﭨ‬ʉŴੂ7⎯γŴкк7⇡֭7⎯֭‫ש‬7Ŵ‫ש‬7‫ש‬γ֭7こħ่ħこ—こ7⎯֭‫⇡ש‬Ŵ㌱17㌱Ŵ—⎯ħ่‫ف‬ฌ
‫ש‬γ֭7кਙ่‫֭ف‬ผ7⎯ħ₡֭7ਙ⑾7‫ש‬γ֭7₡ผħ‫֭ﭨ‬ʉŴੂ7‫ש‬ਙ7⑾Ŵкк7⇡֭‫ש‬ʉ่֭֭7‫ש‬γ֭7ㄦֱ⑾‫ש‬7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ں‬ฎֱ⑾‫ש‬7⎯֭‫⇡ש‬Ŵ㌱17₡ħこ่֭⎯ħਙ่ⓒ7ผ֭⑾֭ผ่֭㌱֭₡ฌ
Ŵ⇡ਙ‫֭ﭨ‬㈠77Û֭7⑾֭֭к7‫ש‬γħ⎯7₡ਙ֭⎯7่ਙ‫ש‬7ऑਙ⎯֭7Ŵ่ੂ7Ŵ₡‫֭ﭨ‬ผ⎯֭7ħこऑŴ㌱‫ש‬7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭7γਙこ֭ਙʉ่֭ผ7Ŵ่₡7こ֭֭‫⎯ש‬7‫ש‬γ֭7ħ่‫ש่֭ש‬ฌ
ਙ⑾7‫ש‬γ֭7‫ف‬ŴผŴ‫֭ف‬7⎯֭‫⇡ש‬Ŵ㌱17ผ֭‫—׀‬ħผ֭こ่֭‫⎯ש‬㈠ฌ

●่‫֭ש‬ผ่Ŵк7Ɔ‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫⎯ש‬ฌ
╗γ֭7 ħ่‫֭ש‬ผ่Ŵк7 ⎯‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫⎯ש‬7 ʉħкк7 ⇡֭7 ऑผħ‫ﭨ‬Ŵ‫֭ש‬кੂ7 ₡֭₡ħ㌱Ŵ‫֭ש‬₡7 Ŵ่₡7 ऑผħ‫ﭨ‬Ŵ‫֭ש‬кੂ7 こŴħ่‫ש‬Ŵħ่֭₡㈠7 7 ╗γħ⎯7 Ŵऑऑкħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่ฌ
ऑผਙऑਙ⎯֭⎯7‫ש‬ਙ7Ŵ7₡֭‫ﭨ‬ħŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่7⑾ผਙこ7‫ש‬γ֭7╗ਙʉ่7b่֭‫֭ש‬ผ7Ɔ‫ש‬Ŵ่₡Ŵผ₡7Ő֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴк7Ɔ‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫ש‬7⎯‫ש‬Ŵ่₡Ŵผ₡ⓒ7⇡ੂ7ผ֭₡—㌱ħ่‫ف‬ฌ
‫ש‬γ֭7こħ่ħこ—こ7⇡Ŵ㌱17ਙ⑾7㌱—ผ⇡7‫ש‬ਙ7⇡Ŵ㌱17ਙ⑾7㌱—ผ⇡7₡ħこ่֭⎯ħਙ่7⑾ผਙこ7̶ՙֱ⑾‫ש‬7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7Ձֱ㌱—ผ⇡7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭7⑾ਙккਙʉħ่‫̬ف‬ฌ

Ő֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴк7Ɔ‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫⎯ש‬ฌ
≶7 7ㅡㅡֱ⑾‫ש‬7ӧԱbֱԱbỏ7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7Ձֱb—ผ⇡⊿7ऑŴผ1ħ่‫ف‬7ਙ่7⇡ਙ‫ש‬γ7⎯ħ₡֭⎯⊿7ִ7ㄦֱ⑾‫ש‬7₡֭‫ש‬Ŵ㌱γ֭₡7⎯ħ₡֭ʉŴк17ਙ่7⇡ਙ‫ש‬γ7⎯ħ₡֭⎯㈠ฌ

Ձਙ㌱Ŵк7Ɔ‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫⎯ש‬ฌ
≶7 ̶″ֱ⑾‫ש‬7ӧԱbֱԱbỏ7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7Őਙккֱb—ผ⇡⊿7ऑŴผ1ħ่‫ف‬7ਙ่7⇡ਙ‫ש‬γ7⎯ħ₡֭⎯⊿7ִ7ㅡֱ⑾‫ש‬7Ŵ‫שש‬Ŵ㌱γ֭₡7⎯ħ₡֭ʉŴк17ਙ่7ਙ่֭7⎯ħ₡֭㈠ฌ
≶7 ̶xֱ⑾‫ש‬7ӧԱbֱԱbỏ7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7Őਙккֱb—ผ⇡⊿7่ਙ7ऑŴผ1ħ่‫ف‬7ਙ่7ਙ่֭7⎯ħ₡֭⊿7ִ7่ਙ7⎯ħ₡֭ʉŴк1㈠ฌ

Aкк֭ੂ7Ɔ‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫⎯ש‬ฌ
≶7 ธ″ֱ⑾‫ש‬7ӧԱbֱԱbỏ7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7Őਙккֱb—ผ⇡゜Őħ⇡⇡ਙ่7b—ผ⇡7ִ7่ਙ7ऑŴผ1ħ่‫ف‬7ਙ่7֭ħ‫ש‬γ֭ผ7⎯ħ₡֭⊿7ִ7่ਙ7⎯ħ₡֭ʉŴк1㈠ฌ

╗γ֭7ผ֭₡—㌱֭₡7ऑผħ‫ﭨ‬Ŵ‫֭ש‬7⎯‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫ש‬7⎯֭㌱‫ש‬ħਙ่⎯7⎯γŴкк7㌱ਙこऑкੂ7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7‫ש‬γ֭7Ŵ₡ਙऑ‫֭ש‬₡7ҜḶⓈ7₡Ŵ‫֭ש‬₡7ธ゜‫ں‬ธ゜‫ں‬ฎ㈠77╗γ֭ฌ
₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑ֭ผ7—่₡֭ผ⎯‫ש‬Ŵ่₡⎯7‫ש‬γŴ‫ש‬7Ŵкк7⎯ħ่‫ف‬кֱ֭⑾Ŵこħкੂ7γਙこ֭⎯7⎯γŴкк7ผ֭‫—׀‬ħผ֭7‫ש‬γ֭7ħ่⎯‫ש‬ŴккŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่7ਙ⑾7ผ֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴк7⑾ħผ֭ฌ
⎯ऑผħ่1к֭ผ7⎯ੂ⎯‫֭ש‬こ⎯㈠ฌ

Оผħ‫ﭨ‬Ŵ‫֭ש‬7Ɔ‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫ש‬7ֱ7ÛŴħ‫֭ﭨ‬ผ7Ő֭‫ש⎯֭—׀‬ฌ
╗γħ⎯7ऑผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7ऑผਙऑਙ⎯֭⎯7‫ש‬ਙ7₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑ7ŴऑऑผਙゥħこŴ‫֭ש‬кੂ7γŴк⑾7ਙ⑾7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯ħ‫֭ש‬7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7ऑผħ‫ﭨ‬Ŵ‫֭ש‬7₡ผħ‫⎯֭ﭨ‬ⓒ7ʉγħ㌱γ7㌱ਙ่⎯ħ⎯‫⎯ש‬ฌ
֭ ₡ผħ‫⎯֭ﭨ‬ⓒ ʉγħ㌱γ ㌱ਙ่⎯
Ŵゥħこ—こ ‫ ں‬ㄦxɸ к่֭‫ש ف‬γ
ਙ⑾7—ऑֱ‫ש‬ਙ7‫ں‬x7кਙ‫⎯ש‬7⎯֭ผ‫֭ﭨ‬₡7⑾ผਙこ7Ŵ7⎯ħ่‫ف‬к֭7₡֭Ŵ₡ֱ่֭₡7⎯‫ש‬ผ֭֭‫ש‬7ӧ่ਙ‫ש‬7‫ש‬ਙ7֭ゥ㌱֭֭₡7‫ש‬γ֭7こŴゥħこ—こ7‫ں‬ㄦxɸ7к่֭‫שف‬γ7ऑ֭ผฌ
ਙ‫ ש‬㌱к—⎯‫֭ש‬ผ㈠ ╗γħ⎯ ‫ੂש‬ऑ
bՁЋ7Fħผ֭7bਙ₡֭⊿7●Fb7ㄦx̶㈠ธ㈠ㄦỏ㈠77Ҝਙ⎯‫ש‬7ਙ⑾7‫ש‬γ֭⎯֭7кਙ‫⎯ש‬7Ŵผ֭7㌱ਙ่⑾ħ‫—ف‬ผ֭₡7Ŵ⎯7Ŵ7⎯ħゥֱкਙ‫ש‬7㌱к—⎯‫֭ש‬ผ㈠77╗γħ⎯7‫ੂש‬ऑ֭7ਙ⑾ฌ
ħ่ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
кŴੂਙ—‫ש‬7 Ŵ่₡7 ऑผħ‫ﭨ‬Ŵ‫֭ש‬7 ₡ผħ‫֭ﭨ‬7 ㌱ਙ่⑾ħ‫—ف‬ผŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่7 ħ⎯7 ㌱ਙ่⎯ħ⎯‫ש่֭ש‬7 ʉħ‫ש‬γ7 ‫ש‬γŴ‫ש‬7 ⑾ਙ—่₡7 ħ่7 ‫ש‬γ֭ ⎯ħこħкŴผ7
‫ש‬γ֭7 ⎯ħこħкŴผ ֭ゥħ⎯‫ש‬ħ่‫ف‬ฌ
֭ゥħ⎯⎯
‫ں‬x゜ธ̶゜‫ں‬ฎ

GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


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Ḷ㌱‫ש‬ਙ⇡֭ผ7ธธⓒ7ธx‫ں‬ฎฌ
ОŴ‫֭ف‬7̶7ਙ⑾7̶ฌ

₡֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫⎯ש‬7Ŵ่₡7γŴ⎯7ऑผਙ‫่֭ﭨ‬7‫ש‬ਙ7⇡֭7⎯—㌱㌱֭⎯⎯⑾—к7Ŵ่₡7Ŵ7ऑਙऑ—кŴผ7Ŵк‫֭ש‬ผ่Ŵ‫ש‬ħ‫֭ﭨ‬7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯‫ש‬Ŵ่₡Ŵผ₡7кਙ‫ש‬ฌ
㌱ਙ่⑾ħ‫—ف‬ผŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่㈠77╗γ֭7ऑผħ‫ﭨ‬Ŵ‫֭ש‬7₡ผħ‫⎯֭ﭨ‬7⑾ਙผ7‫ש‬γ֭7㌱к—⎯‫֭ש‬ผ⎯7Ŵผ֭7㌱—ผผ่֭‫ש‬кੂ7₡֭⎯ħ‫่֭ف‬₡7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7Ŵ7₡֭Ŵ₡ֱ่֭₡7ʉγ֭ผ֭7Ŵฌ
γŴここ֭ผγ֭Ŵ₡7ħ⎯7ผ֭‫—׀‬ħผ֭₡7⇡ੂ7╗ħ‫ש‬к֭7‫ں‬ɱ㈠77Û֭7₡ਙ7่ਙ‫ש‬7⑾֭֭к7‫ש‬γ֭7ऑผਙऑਙ⎯֭₡7ऑผħ‫ﭨ‬Ŵ‫֭ש‬7₡ผħ‫⎯֭ﭨ‬7ʉγħ㌱γ7่֭₡7ħ่7Ŵฌ
γŴここ֭ผγ֭Ŵ₡7ʉħкк7Ŵ₡‫֭ﭨ‬ผ⎯֭кੂ7ħこऑŴ㌱‫ש‬7‫ש‬γ֭7㌱ਙここ—่ħ‫ੂש‬7ਙผ7㌱Ŵ—⎯֭7Ŵ7⎯Ŵ⑾֭‫ੂש‬7ਙผ7こŴħ่‫่֭ש‬Ŵ่㌱֭7ħ⎯⎯—֭7Ŵ่₡ฌ
ผ֭‫ש⎯֭—׀‬7Ŵ7‫ﭨ‬ŴผħŴ่㌱֭7‫ש‬ਙ7╗ħ‫ש‬к֭7‫ں‬ɱ7⎯֭㌱‫ש‬ħਙ่7‫ں‬ɱ㈠xㅡ㈠xฎx7Ŵккਙʉħ่‫ف‬7‫ש‬γħ⎯7㌱ਙ่⑾ħ‫—ف‬ผŴ‫ש‬ħਙ่㈠77Aкк7ਙ‫ש‬γ֭ผ7Ŵ⎯ऑ֭㌱‫⎯ש‬7ਙ⑾ฌ
‫ש‬γ֭7ऑผħ‫ﭨ‬Ŵ‫֭ש‬7₡ผħ‫⎯֭ﭨ‬7⎯γŴкк7こ֭֭‫ש‬7╗ħ‫ש‬к֭7‫ں‬ɱ7ผ֭‫—׀‬ħผ֭こ่֭‫⎯ש‬㈠ฌ

Ɔ—ผผਙ—่₡ħ่‫ف‬7C֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬ฌ
╗γ֭7▷ਙ่ħ่‫ف‬7⑾ਙผ7‫ש‬γ֭7кŴ่₡7⎯—ผผਙ—่₡ħ่‫ف‬7‫ש‬γħ⎯7ऑผਙ㈾֭㌱‫ש‬7ħ⎯7Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙ7ӧҜbֱ╗bỏ7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭7ʉ֭⎯‫ש‬7Ŵ่₡7⎯ਙ—‫ש‬γ֭Ŵ⎯‫ש‬ⓒฌ
Ձਙʉ7C่֭⎯ħ‫ੂש‬7Ő֭⎯ħ₡่֭‫ש‬ħŴк7ӧՁֱ╗bỏ7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭7⎯ਙ—‫ש‬γʉ֭⎯‫ש‬ⓒ7Ŵ่₡7О—⇡кħ㌱7FŴ㌱ħкħ‫ש‬ħ֭⎯7ӧОFֱ╗bỏ7‫ש‬ਙ7‫ש‬γ֭7่ਙผ‫ש‬γ㈠77╗γ֭ฌ
ⓈƆֱɱㄦ7⑾ผਙ่‫ש‬Ŵ‫֭ف‬7ผਙŴ₡7Ḷ⎯ਙ7ԱкŴ่㌱Ŵ7ħ⎯7‫ש‬γ֭7֭Ŵ⎯‫֭ש‬ผ่7⇡ਙ—่₡Ŵผੂ㈠77╗γ֭7ऑผਙऑਙ⎯֭₡7кŴ่₡7—⎯֭7₡֭⎯ħ‫่ف‬Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่ฌ
Ŵ่₡7▷ਙ่ħ่‫ف‬7Ŵผ֭7㌱ਙ่⎯ħ⎯‫ש่֭ש‬7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7‫ש‬γ֭7▷ਙ่ħ่‫ف‬7ħ่7‫ש‬γ֭7ħここ֭₡ħŴ‫֭ש‬7Ŵผ֭Ŵ7Ŵ่₡7㌱ਙ่⎯ħ⎯‫ש่֭ש‬7ʉħ‫ש‬γ7‫ש‬γ֭7₡่֭⎯ħ‫ש‬ħ֭⎯ฌ
‫ש‬γผਙ—‫ف‬γਙ—‫ש‬7‫ש‬γ֭7╗ਙʉ่7b่֭‫֭ש‬ผ7ОкŴ่่ħ่‫ف‬7Aผ֭Ŵ㈠77╗γ֭ผ֭7ħ⎯7Ŵк⎯ਙ7Ŵ7кŴผ‫֭ف‬7㌱ਙここ֭ผ㌱ħŴк7㌱่֭‫֭ש‬ผ7кਙ㌱Ŵ‫֭ש‬₡7ħ่ฌ
╗ਙʉ่7 b่֭‫֭ש‬ผ7 ӧҜਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙỏ7 Ŵ‫ש‬7 C—ผŴ่‫ف‬ਙ7 Ŵ่₡7 ‫ש‬γ֭7 ธ‫ں‬ㄦ7 Ա֭к‫ש‬ʉŴੂ㈠7 7 Ҝਙ่‫֭ש‬㌱ħ‫ש‬ਙ7ħ⎯7 Ŵ7 кŴผ‫֭ف‬7 こħゥ֭₡ֱ—⎯֭ฌ
㌱ਙここ֭ผ㌱ħŴк7 ㌱่֭‫֭ש‬ผ7 ‫ש‬γŴ‫ש‬7 ⎯֭ผ‫ﭨ‬ħ㌱֭⎯7 ‫ש‬γ֭7 ่ਙผ‫ש‬γʉ֭⎯‫ש‬7 ‫ﭨ‬Ŵкк֭ੂⓒ7 ʉγħ㌱γ7 к֭⎯⎯่֭⎯7 ‫ש‬γ֭7 ่֭֭₡7 ⑾ਙผ7 Ŵ₡₡ħ‫ש‬ħਙ่Ŵкฌ
㌱ਙここ֭ผ㌱ħŴк7▷ਙ่ħ่‫ف‬7ħ่7‫ש‬γħ⎯7Ŵผ֭Ŵ㈠ฌ

╗γŴ่17ੂਙ—7⑾ਙผ7㌱ਙ่⎯ħ₡֭ผħ่‫ف‬7‫ש‬γħ⎯7Ŵऑऑкħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่7ผ֭‫ש⎯֭—׀‬㈠7Ок֭Ŵ⎯֭7㌱ਙ่‫ש‬Ŵ㌱‫ש‬7こ֭7Ŵ‫ש‬7ӧՙxธỏ7ธฎㅡֱㄦ̶xx7ħ⑾7ੂਙ—ฌ
γŴ‫֭ﭨ‬7Ŵ่ੂ7‫ש⎯֭—׀‬ħਙ่⎯7ผ֭‫ف‬Ŵผ₡ħ่‫ف‬7‫ש‬γħ⎯7Ŵऑऑкħ㌱Ŵ‫ש‬ħਙ่㈠ฌ

Ɔħ่㌱֭ผ֭кੂⓒฌ
ƆкŴ‫֭ש‬ผ7ĠŴ่ħ⑾Ŵ่7Ḛผਙ—ऑ

╗ħこਙ‫ש‬γੂ7Ҝ—кผਙਙ่֭ੂⓒ7ОDzฌ
Cħผ֭㌱‫ש‬ਙผ7ਙ⑾7ՁŴ่₡7C֭‫֭ﭨ‬кਙऑこ่֭‫ש‬ฌ
b㌱̬ฌ
ҜŴผ17ԱŴ่‫ف‬Ŵ่ⓒ7ìԱ7Ġਙこ֭⎯ฌ
ОŴ—к7bγŴਙⓒ7ìԱ7Ġਙこ֭⎯ฌ

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GPA-74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639


Agenda Item No.: 22.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
VAR-75154 - VARIANCE RELATED TO GPA-74633 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT:
KB HOME - OWNER: MS NORTHWEST LAND COMPANY, LLC - For possible action on a
request for a Variance TO ALLOW 641 PARKING SPACES WHERE 811 IS THE MINIMUM
REQUIRED FOR TWO MULTI-FAMILY DEVELOPMENTS on 60.39 acres at the northwest
and northeast corners of Deer Springs Way and Grand Montecito Parkway (APNs 125-21-201-
001; 125-20-601-003, 005 and 006; 125-20-602-002, 005, 006, 009, 010 and 011; and 125-20-
603-001 through 004), T-C (Town Center) Zone [MC-TC (Montecito - Town Center) and UC-
TC (Urban Center - Town Center) Special Land Use Designations], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74608].
Staff recommends DENIAL.

C.C.: 1/16/2019

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


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

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

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Consolidated Backup
2. Location and Aerial Maps - VAR-75154, SUP-74637, SDR-74638 and TMP-74639 [PRJ-
74608]
3. Supporting Documentation
Consistent with the City’s
sustainability efforts to reduce
paper use, backup
documentation pertaining to
related items will appear as
backup under the first item. This
item includes such consolidated
backup documentation. Please
refer to the first related
application in the subject line of
the Agenda Summary Page.
VAR-75154

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ОŐİֱՙㅡ″xฎ
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VAR-75154
VAR-75154

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VAR-75154
Agenda Item No.: 23.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - RENOTIFICATION - SUP-74637 - SPECIAL USE PERMIT RELATED TO
GPA-74633 AND VAR-75154 - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT: KB HOME - OWNER:
MS NORTHWEST LAND COMPANY - For possible action on a request for a Special Use
Permit FOR A PROPOSED PRIVATE STREET WITHOUT A GATE AND MULTIPLE
GATED COMMUNITIES WITH PRIVATE STREETS WITHIN TOWN CENTER at the
northwest and northeast corners of Deer Springs Way and Grand Montecito Parkway (APNs
125-21-201-001; 125-20-601-003, 005 and 006; 125-20-602-002, 005, 006, 009, 010 and 011;
and 125-20-603-001 through 004), T-C (Town Center) Zone [MC-TC (Montecito - Town
Center) and UC-TC (Urban Center - Town Center) Special Land Use Designations], Ward 6
(Fiore) [PRJ-74608]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

C.C.: 1/16/2019

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 4 Planning Commission Mtg. 3
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

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

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Consolidated Backup
2. Supporting Documentation
3. Protest/Support Postcards for SUP-74637 and SDR-74638
Consistent with the City’s
sustainability efforts to reduce
paper use, backup
documentation pertaining to
related items will appear as
backup under the first item. This
item includes such consolidated
backup documentation. Please
refer to the first related
application in the subject line of
the Agenda Summary Page.
SUP-74637

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SUP-74637
SUP-74637

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SUP-74637
Agenda Item No.: 24.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - RENOTIFICATION - SDR-74638 - SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW
RELATED TO GPA-74633, VAR-75154 AND SUP-74637 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT: KB HOME - OWNER: MS NORTHWEST LAND COMPANY, LLC - For
possible action on a request for a Site Development Plan Review FOR A PROPOSED 303-LOT
SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION AND TWO, MULTI-
FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENTS, CONSISTING OF THREE-STORY
BUILDINGS WITH A TOTAL UNIT COUNT OF 491 APARTMENTS on 60.39 acres at the
northwest and northeast corners of Deer Springs Way and Grand Montecito Parkway (APNs
125-21-201-001; 125-20-601-003, 005 and 006; 125-20-602-002, 005, 006, 009, 010 and 011;
and 125-20-603-001 through 004), T-C (Town Center) Zone [MC-TC (Montecito - Town
Center) and UC-TC (Urban Center - Town Center) Special Land Use Designations], Ward 6
(Fiore) [PRJ-74608]. Staff recommends DENIAL.

C.C.: 1/16/2019

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 4 Planning Commission Mtg. 3
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

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

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Consolidated Backup
2. Supporting Documentation
3. School Development Tracking Form from Clark County School District
4. Traffic Notes Submitted by the City of Las Vegas Department of Public Works Traffic
Engineering Division
5. Protest/Support Postcards
Consistent with the City’s
sustainability efforts to reduce
paper use, backup
documentation pertaining to
related items will appear as
backup under the first item. This
item includes such consolidated
backup documentation. Please
refer to the first related
application in the subject line of
the Agenda Summary Page.
SDR-74638

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SDR-74638
SDR-74638

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SDR-74638
Real Property Management School Development Tracking Form
1180 Military Tribute Place
Henderson, Nv. 89074 http://ccsd.net/departments/real-property

Date Filed 10/08/2018 Application Number SDR-74638 Entity LV


Company Name KB Homes
Contact Name
Contact Mailing Address
City State Zip Code
Phone Mobile Fax Email

Project Name Montecito 60

Project Description 721 single family residential lots

APN's 125-20-601-003 & 006; 125-20-601-006; 125-20-602-002, 005, 009, & 010; 125-20-603-001thru004

Student Yield Elementary School Middle School High School


Single-Family Units (1) 721 x 0.196 = 141 x 0.101 = 74 x 0.137 = 97
Multi-Family Units (2) x 0.140 = 0 x 0.058 = 0 x 0.064 = 0
Resort Condo Units (3)
Total 141 74 97
(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

Schools Serving the Area*


Name Address Grade Capacity Enrollment Site Date
Allen ES 8680 W Hammer Ln K-5 568 594 04/05/18
Escobedo MS 9501 Echelon Point Dr 6-8 1629 1332 04/05/18
Centennial HS 10200 Centennial Pkwy 9-12 2544 3068 04/05/18

* CCSD Comments Allen ES and Centennial HS were over capacity for the 2017-18 school year. Allen ES was at
104.58% and Centennial HS was 120.60% of program capacity.

Approved Disapproved
SDR 74638
KB Homes

Montecito 60
Proposed 303 unit single family and 491 unit multi-family residential development.

First Proposed Use

Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 9.44 2,860


AM Peak Hour SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED [DWELL] 303 0.74 224
PM Peak Hour 0.99 300

Second Proposed Use

Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 5.44 2,671


MULTIFAMILY HOUSING (MID-RISE)
AM Peak Hour 491 0.36 177
[DWELL]
PM Peak Hour 0.44 216

Toatal Proposed Use

Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 5.44 5,531


MULTIFAMILY HOUSING (MID-RISE)
AM Peak Hour 794 0.36 401
[DWELL]
PM Peak Hour 0.44 516

Existing traffic on nearby streets:


Grand Montecito Parkway
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 7,821
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 626

Oso Blanca Road


Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 7,960
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 637

Durango Drive
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 34,246
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 2,740

Elkhorn Road
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 15,614
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 1,249

Traffic Capacity of adjacent streets:


Adjacent Street ADT Capacity
Grand Montecito Parkway 35,490
Oso Blanca Road 16,380
Durango Drive 53,445
Elkhorn Road 35,490
This project will add approximately 6,806 trips per day on Grand Montecito Pkwy., Deer Spring Wy., Oso Blanca Rd.,
Durango Dr. and Elkhorn Rd. Currently, Grand Montecito is at about 22 percent of capacity, Oso Blanca is at about 49
percent of capacity, Durango is at about 64 percent of capacity and Elkhorn is at about 44 percent of capacity. With this
project, Grand Montecito is expected to be at about 38 percent of capacity, Oso Blanca is expected to be at about 82
percent of capacity, Durango to be at about 74 percent of capacity and Elkhorn to be at about 60 percent of capacity.
Counts are not available for Deer Springs in this vicinity, but it is believed to be under capacity.

Based on Peak Hour use, this development will add into the area roughly 516 additional cars, or about seventeen every
two minutes.

Note that this report assumes all traffic from this development uses all named streets.
Agenda Item No.: 25.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - RENOTIFICATION - TMP-74639 - TENTATIVE MAP RELATED TO GPA-
74633, VAR-75154, SUP-74637 AND SDR-74638 - MONTECITO 60 - PUBLIC HEARING -
APPLICANT: KB HOME - OWNER: MS NORTHWEST LAND COMPANY, LLC - For
possible action on a request for a Tentative Map FOR A PROPOSED 303-LOT SINGLE
FAMILY RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION AND TWO, 491-UNIT MULTI-FAMILY
RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENTS WITH A WAIVER TO ALLOW PRIVATE STREETS TO
TERMINATE IN DEAD-END STUBS AND MODIFIED HAMMERHEADS WHERE CULS-
DE-SAC OR HAMMERHEADS ARE REQUIRED on 60.39 acres at the northwest and
northeast corners of Deer Springs Way and Grand Montecito Parkway (APNs 125-21-201-001;
125-20-601-003, 005 and 006; 125-20-602-002, 005, 006, 009, 010 and 011; and 125-20-603-
001 through 004), T-C (Town Center) Zone [MC-TC (Montecito - Town Center) and UC-TC
(Urban Center - Town Center) Special Land Use Designations], Ward 6 (Fiore) [PRJ-74608].
Staff recommends DENIAL.

C.C.: 1/16/2019

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 6 Planning Commission Mtg. 2
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

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

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Consolidated Backup
2. Supporting Documentation
3. Traffic Notes Submitted by the City of Las Vegas Department of Public Works Traffic
Engineering Division
4. Protest/Support Postcards
Consistent with the City’s
sustainability efforts to reduce
paper use, backup
documentation pertaining to
related items will appear as
backup under the first item. This
item includes such consolidated
backup documentation. Please
refer to the first related
application in the subject line of
the Agenda Summary Page.
TMP-74639

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TMP-74639 ‫ں‬x゜ธ̶゜‫ں‬ฎ
TMP-74639

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TMP-74639
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TMP-74639
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KB Homes

Montecito 60
Proposed 721 unit single family residential development.

Proposed Use

Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 9.44 6,806


AM Peak Hour SINGLE FAMILY DETACHED [DWELL] 721 0.74 534
PM Peak Hour 0.99 714

Existing traffic on nearby streets:


Grand Montecito Parkway
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 7,821
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 626

Oso Blanca Road


Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 7,960
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 637

Durango Drive
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 34,246
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 2,740

Elkhorn Road
Average Daily Traffic (ADT) 15,614
PM Peak Hour (heaviest 60 minutes) 1,249

Traffic Capacity of adjacent streets:


Adjacent Street ADT Capacity
Grand Montecito Parkway 35,490
Oso Blanca Road 16,380
Durango Drive 53,445
Elkhorn Road 35,490

This project will add approximately 6,806 trips per day on Grand Montecito Pkwy., Deer Spring Wy., Oso Blanca Rd.,
Durango Dr. and Elkhorn Rd. Currently, Grand Montecito is at about 22 percent of capacity, Oso Blanca is at about 49
percent of capacity, Durango is at about 64 percent of capacity and Elkhorn is at about 44 percent of capacity. With this
project, Grand Montecito is expected to be at about 41 percent of capacity, Oso Blanca is expected to be at about 90
percent of capacity, Durango to be at about 77 percent of capacity and Elkhorn to be at about 63 percent of capacity.
Counts are not available for Deer Springs in this vicinity, but it is believed to be under capacity.

Based on Peak Hour use, this development will add into the area roughly 714 additional cars, or about twelve every
minute.

Note that this report assumes all traffic from this development uses all named streets.
Agenda Item No.: 26.

AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING OF: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
DIRECTOR: ROBERT SUMMERFIELD Consent Discussion

SUBJECT:
ABEYANCE - ZON-73549 - REZONING - PUBLIC HEARING - APPLICANT/OWNER:
CITY OF LAS VEGAS - For possible action on a request for a Rezoning FROM: C-1
(LIMITED COMMERCIAL), M (INDUSTRIAL), PD (PLANNED DEVELOPMENT), R-5
(APARTMENT) AND R-PD19 (RESIDENTIAL PLANNED DEVELOPMENT - 19 UNITS
PER ACRE) TO: T4-C (T4 CORRIDOR), T5-C (T5 CORRIDOR), T5-MS (T5 MAIN
STREET), T5-M (T5 MAKER), T5-N (T5 NEIGHBORHOOD), T6-UG (T6 URBAN
GENERAL) AND T6-UG-L (T6 URBAN GENERAL LIMITED) on approximately 307.00
acres in the Las Vegas Medical District generally located south of U.S. Highway 95, west of
Interstate 15, north of Charleston Boulevard, and east of Rancho Drive (APNs Multiple), Wards
1 and 5 (Tarkanian and Crear) [PRJ-74798]. Staff recommends APPROVAL.

C.C.: 1/16/2019

PROTESTS RECEIVED BEFORE: APPROVALS RECEIVED BEFORE:


Planning Commission Mtg. 5 Planning Commission Mtg. 10
City Council Meeting 0 City Council Meeting 0

RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends APPROVAL

BACKUP DOCUMENTATION:
1. Location and Aerial Maps
2. Staff Report
3. Supporting Documentation
4. Exhibit A
5. Justification Letter
6. Protest/Support Postcards and Documentation Not Vetted - Protest Comment Form (1)
ZON-73549 [PRJ-74798]

AGENDA MEMO - PLANNING


PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: DECEMBER 11, 2018
DEPARTMENT: PLANNING
ITEM DESCRIPTION: APPLICANT/OWNER: CITY OF LAS VEGAS

** STAFF RECOMMENDATION(S) **

CASE REQUIRED FOR


RECOMMENDATION
NUMBER APPROVAL
ZON-73549 Staff recommends APPROVAL. GPA-73548

** NOTIFICATION **

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NOTIFIED 50

NOTICES MAILED 1301

PROTESTS 0

APPROVALS 0

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ZON-73549 [PRJ-74798]
Staff Report Page One
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

** STAFF REPORT **

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This Rezoning request is an implementation action of the Vision 2045 Downtown Las
Vegas Masterplan, which sought to update the development standards for downtown by
adopting a form-based code for each of the twelve downtown Districts. It is a rezoning
of properties within a portion of the Las Vegas Medical District area that was chosen to
first implement the Form-Based Code as a pilot within the district. This is the first area of
the Downtown Overlay set to be regulated by updated zoning standards, which will
foster the development of a regional hub for medical services, medical education, and a
“complete neighborhood” for the residents of the neighborhood.

ISSUES

 In June 2016, the city of Las Vegas adopted the Vision 2045 Downtown Las
Vegas Masterplan. This Plan identified the need to revise the outdated planning
and zoning regulations and development standards for downtown. The Plan
listed, as the first of twelve key implementation actions necessary for its
implementation, the adoption of a Form-Based Code for the downtown districts.
 In October 2017, the City of Las Vegas replaced the Downtown Centennial Plan
with the Interim Downtown Las Vegas Development Standards. These Interim
Downtown Las Vegas Development Standards are meant to serve as a
regulatory framework to transition between the former Downtown Centennial
Plan and the new Form-Based Code envisioned in the Vision 2045 Downtown
Masterplan.
 In October 2018, the City Council adopted Las Vegas Municipal Code (LVMC)
Chapter 19.09 Form-Based Code. A Rezoning to the Transect Zones contained
in the new Chapter is necessary for the Form-Based Code to take effect on
properties within the Pilot Area.
 The current zoning of properties within the Las Vegas Medical District does not
allow for the future development of goals set forth in the Vision 2045 Downtown
Masterplan, as their related development standards were created over ten years
ago and aimed for different objectives, or were not specific enough to the context
of the District (i.e. zoning districts applied citywide).

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Staff Report Page Two
December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

ANALYSIS

This Rezoning is consistent with the City’s goals, policies and objectives of the Las
Vegas 2020 Master Plan and its related Elements; with the Vision 2045 Downtown Las
Vegas Masterplan; and with the City of Las Vegas Redevelopment Plan. It is a key step
to make LVMC Chapter 19.09 Form-Based Code, adopted by the City Council on
October 17, applicable and effective within the Pilot Area of the Las Vegas Medical
District (LVMD).

The proposed rezoning of the subject properties is indicated in the Las Vegas Medical
District Form-Based Code (FBC) Pilot Area Regulating Plan (Regulating Plan), as
contained in Exhibit A and detailed in the Detailed Rezoning information for ZON-73549
table contained in the Background Information. The Regulating Plan depicts the
proposed zoning for all subject properties, which utilizes the new Transect Zones, or
Form-Based Zoning Districts, as defined in LVMC Chapter 19.09 Form-Based Code.

Each Transect Zone depicted in the proposed Regulating Plan will be included in the
Official Zoning Map Atlas of the City of Las Vegas by replacing the current zoning
district for the property. Each of these Transect Zones have different development
standards and allowed land uses related to them, and during the twelve-month planning
process and public comment period several revisions to the original draft were made to
incorporate the feedback received from property owners, stakeholders, and City Staff
from various departments.

Below is a brief description for the zones that appear in the Regulating Plan and are
proposed as part of this rezoning:

T4 Corridor Zone: This Zone is intended to enhance the City’s existing corridors by
allowing a wide variety of building types to accommodate a range of commercial, retail,
office, and service uses in small to large footprint buildings along arterial corridors
carrying high volumes of vehicular traffic.

T5 Corridor Zone: Similarly to the T4 Corridor Zone, this Zone is intended to enhance
the existing corridors by allowing a wide variety of building types and uses along major
arterial corridors carrying high volumes of traffic. With the future development of high-
capacity transit transportation options, these corridors supported by the Zone will likely
transition to a more urban and walkable built environment with residential uses behind
or above the commercial uses.

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December 11, 2018 - Planning Commission Meeting

T5 Main Street: The intent of this Zone is to provide walkable urban environment with
building types that can accommodate a diverse range of professional office, service,
and retail uses, as well as residential uses on the upper floors of buildings. The flexible
nature of the building types allowed in this Zone encourages revitalization and
investment, and active pedestrian street facades are supported by required active
ground floor on multiple streets.

T5 Maker: The intent of this Zone is to maximize the opportunities created by medium
and high-intensity walkable urban environments. As mapped in the Regulating Plan, this

Zone is well connected to recently upgraded transportation infrastructure and


accommodates a variety of new and repurposed building types that can host residential,
retail, office, and service uses while providing for centrally located employment sites.

T5 Neighborhood: The intent of the T5 Neighborhood Zone is to provide a compact


urban form that accommodates a variety of urban housing choices, from small
footprint/low density building types to medium/large footprint building types, as well as
limited neighborhood-oriented retail and services uses.

T6 Urban General: The intent of this Zone is to provide a vibrant, compact, high-
intensity walkable urban environment that supports a wide range of regional-center
appropriate uses as well as, employment, retail, services, civic, or public uses. The
Regulating Plan proposes this Zone in the core area of the district.

T6 Urban General Limited: This variation of the T6 Urban General Zone accommodates
the specific site layout requirements, use requirements, and building design, that are
commonly used for hospital-related facilities.

The Form-Based Code (FBC) land use designation fosters density and intensity of
development that is compatible with existing land use designations, and the zoning
designations proposed in this Rezoning will be compatible with the existing adjacent
land uses and zoning districts. The new Transect Zones have been carefully drafted
over a twelve-month planning process by taking into consideration the specific context
of the Las Vegas Medical District, and were created to allow for development that is
conducive to the goals established in the City’s policy plans. The standards related to
these zones were finalized after conducting dozens of surveys, analyses, and testing.
Staff considers the proposed Rezoning as a compelling action to promote the five “Big
Ideas” envisioned in the Vision 2045 Downtown Masterplan, for the following reasons:

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1) Diversify the Economy: The current status and proposed plans for the LVMD are
themselves a statement regarding economic diversification not only at a
neighborhood level but at a regional scale. Several State and local public entities
have been improving the district in many ways, promoting as infrastructure,
facilities, and business investment. By fostering high-quality design and removing
barriers to certain uses that are needed to build a walkable, complete
neighborhood, the proposed rezoning will facilitate the further development of a
local economy by strengthening the role of medical services and complementing
it with the needed supporting businesses and residential areas.

2) Create Mixed-use Hubs: Throughout the country, in the past decades several
urban planning studies highlighted the negative impacts of segregation of land
uses, especially if within downtown areas. Similarly, uses are currently overly
restricted under the current zoning, and have been proven to burden
development in the district. The proposed rezoning acknowledges the fact that a
regional hub for medical services and education will better develop if nearby
supporting uses, such as residential, retail, and services, are allowed within a ½
mile radius, and therefore encourages the development of mixed-use hubs.

3) Create Streets for People: The updated regulations being proposed with this
rezoning include several upgrades to standards relative to the public realm,
including sidewalks, bike lanes, public transit, and street trees. Moreover, these
standards are being proposed while the construction of several capital
improvement projects is underway within the district. The simultaneous
implementation of se multiple efforts will achieve the goal of creating streets for
people.

4) A Greener Downtown: The Downtown Masterplan envisions downtown as a


thriving desert oasis that makes use of drought-tolerant xeriscape landscaping
that enhances thermal comfort for all pedestrians and bicyclists. The landscaping
standards provided in Chapter 19.09 Form-Based Code, as well as the required
detail to the building frontages, will increase the thermal comfort for downtown,
and foster foot traffic and activity within the LVMD.

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5) Expedite Implementation: The proposed zoning districts have been drafted and
catered to the specific needs of the Las Vegas Medical District and the overall
downtown area, thus compliance with the standards proposed for the Transect
Zones and therefore better project design, is expected to be easier to achieve.
Moreover, input on the development standards for the various zones has been
collected not just from the single property owners, but from the overall LVMD
community as a whole; this collective consensus is expected to be reflected in
the future projects’ design, and contribute to a better constructive and detail-
oriented planning process.

Staff recommends approval of this Rezoning, as depicted in the Regulating Plan


(Exhibit A) and detailed in the Detailed Rezoning information for ZON-73549 table
contained in the Background Information.

FINDINGS (ZON-73549)

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


Commission or City Council must affirm the following:

1. The proposal conforms to the General Plan.

If the associated General Plan Amendment to FBC (Form-Based Code) is


approved on this site, the proposed T4-C (T4 Corridor), T5-C (T5 Corridor), T5-
MS (T5 Main Street), T5-M (T5 Maker), T5-N (T5 Neighborhood), T6-UG (T6
Urban General) and
T6-UG-L (T6 Urban General Limited) form-based zoning districts would conform
to the FBC land use designation.

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

The uses allowed under the T4-C (T4 Corridor), T5-C (T5 Corridor), T5-MS (T5
Main Street), T5-M (T5 Maker), T5-N (T5 Neighborhood), T6-UG (T6 Urban
General) and T6-UG-L (T6 Urban General Limited) form-based zoning districts
have been selected based on a multi-year planning process and public review,
and are compatible with the surrounding land uses and zoning districts.

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

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Growth and development factors in the community indicate the need for the
subject properties to be zoned accordingly to the form-based zoning districts as
mapped in the Regulating Plan (see Exhibit A).

To fulfill the vision of the District becoming a regional hub for medical services and
education in the Southwest, the rezoning is the appropriate step towards fostering
a suitable scale of development and a proper mix of land uses.

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


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

From a transportation infrastructure perspective, the properties within the Las


Vegas Medical District have been going through several improvements that in the
next years will facilitate access to and between the subject properties. Project
Neon, several capital improvement projects, and a future proposed light rail line
currently under National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review, are expected to
deliver adequate access to the whole area and across all transportation modes.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

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


The City Council adopted Resolution R-05-2016, formally adopting the
06/15/16 Vision 2045 Downtown Las Vegas Masterplan, and directing staff to
propose revisions that implement the goals of the plan where appropriate.
During a Special Joint City Council and Planning Commission both bodies
unanimously accepted the presentation regarding the implementation of a
12/06/16
Form Based Code for the area covered by the Vision 2045 Downtown Las
Vegas Masterplan.
The Planning Commission (7-0) recommended the approval of TXT-66412
to amend Title 19, replace the Downtown Centennial Plan Overlay District
10/10/17 with the updated Downtown Las Vegas Overlay District, and replace the
Downtown Centennial Plan with the Interim Downtown Las Vegas
Development Standards.
The City Council received a report from city Staff and Lisa Wise Consulting
11/15/17 on the status of the Las Vegas Medical district Form-Based Code draft
document.
The City Council (7-0) adopted Ordinance No. 6608, which amended Title
19 to replace references to the Downtown Centennial Plan Overlay District
12/06/17 with the updated Downtown Las Vegas Overlay District, and formally
adopting the Title 19 Appendix F Interim Downtown Las Vegas
Development Standards.

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


The Planning Commission (6-0) unanimously voted to recommend
APPROVAL on a request for a General Plan Amendment (GPA-72837) to
04/10/18 introduce the FBC (Form-Based Code) General Plan Land Use
Designation as an allowed designation for properties within the City Las
Vegas.
The City Council (7-0) unanimously voted to amend the Las Vegas 2020
Master Plan Land Use and Rural Neighborhoods Preservation Element to
05/16/18 introduce the FBC (Form-Based Code) General Plan Land Use
Designation as an allowed designation for properties within the City Las
Vegas (GPA-72837).
The Planning Commission (4-2) voted to recommend DENIAL on a request
08/14/18 to amend Title 19 Unified Development Code to introduce a new Chapter
19.09 Form-Based Code (TXT-73545).
The Planning Commission (6-1) voted to recommend APPROVAL on a
10/9/18 request to amend the General Plan Land Use of properties within the
LVMD Pilot Area to the FBC (Form-Based Code) Land Use Designation.
The City Council (7-0) adopted Bill No. 2018-50, formally adopting Chapter
19.09 Form-Based Code as part of the Unified Development Code, to be
10/17/18
implemented as a pilot development code within a portion of the Las Vegas
Medical District of downtown.
The Planning Commission (3-3) voted NO RECOMMENDATION on a
request to amend appendix F to replaces references to the Las Vegas
10/23/18
Medical District Plan with references to the newly adopted Chapter 19.09
Form-Based Code (TXT-74695).
The Planning Commission voted (7-0) to hold in ABEYANCE ZON-73549
11/13/18
[PRJ-74798] to the December 11, 2018 Planning Commission meeting.

Neighborhood Meeting
Two neighborhood meetings were held at the Las Vegas Valley Water
District. The Planning Department Staff and Lisa Wise Consulting
02/13/18 presented the Public Review Draft as released in November 2017 and
gathered feedback on the Form-Based code. Approximately 50 people
attended the meeting.
The Planning Department hosted two Community Workshops to discuss
3/21 to 3/24 the details of the Public Review Draft with residents and stakeholders of
2018 the Las Vegas Medical District. Approximately 20 people attended these
workshops.
The Planning Department established Form-Based Code Open House
hours at the Development Services Center location for two hours per
April and
week, with Planning staff available to gather additional feedback on the
May 2018
LVMD FBC Final Draft. Approximately 5 people attended these Open
House events.
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Neighborhood Meeting
Two neighborhoods meeting were held at the Las Vegas Valley Water
District. Approximately 20 people attended the meeting. The public
comment focused mostly on two topics, as listed below:

 It was suggested that, to foster the growth of the LVMD as the regional
hub for medical facilities, the Hospital use be allowed in additional T-
06/28/18
Zones.
 Concerns from neighborhood residents arose on the maximum five
stories of height allowed in the T-4 Corridor Zone as mapped south of
Charleston Boulevard in the draft Regulating Plan. Staff indicated that the
concerns will be evaluated and considered for future revisions of Chapter
19.09 Form-Based Code.
A Neighborhood meeting was held at the Las Vegas Valley Water District
facility before the introduction of GPA-73548 to the Planning
Commission. The meeting was notified via letters with certified return
receipt to all affected property owners and property owners within a
1000-foot radius buffer around the subject properties. This meeting was
preceded by ten months of public review and comment period during
which Staff gathered remarks from property owners and stakeholders of
the Las Vegas Medical District.

Start: 5:30 p.m. End: 7:30 p.m.

Attendees: 5 City Staff (Applicant), 57 Members of the Public, Mayor Pro


Tem Lois Tarkanian.

09/19/2018 Meeting results:

 Staff delivered a presentation on the Form-Based Code initiative and its


impact on the subject properties. The presentation is available at the
project website www.formbasedcode.vegas
 Following Staff’s presentation, an open Q&A session was held. Several
members of the public asked for a clarification on which subject
properties are going to be directly affected by the Las Vegas Medical
District Form-Based Code initiative. The public also asked about the
future implementation of the Form-Based Code in areas not currently
affected by this initial General Plan Amendment and Rezoning carried out
in the Pilot Area; Staff gave an overview of the project timeline, and
explained that this first step in implementing the Form-Based Code is
only taking into consideration what is considered to be the core area of
the district.

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Neighborhood Meeting
 Following the general Q&A session, several Staff members were
available, at different room locations equipped with maps and handouts,
to answer questions specific to their property.
 Overall, the public was supportive of an initiative that fosters a
complete, walkable neighborhood and provides services and amenities
for the current and future residents of the Las Vegas Medical District.

Details of Application Request


Site Area
Gross Acres 307.00
Net Acres n/a

Master and Neighborhood Plan Areas Compliance


Downtown Master Plan Area Y
Special Area and Overlay Districts Compliance
DTLV-O (Downtown Las Vegas Overlay) District / Appendix F Y
LW-O (Live/Work Overlay District) Y
Downtown Redevelopment Area Expansion Y
Las Vegas Medical District Plan Y

Existing Zoning Permitted Density


C-1 (Limited Commercial), n/a
M (Industrial) n/a
PD (Planned Development) n/a
R-5 (Apartment) ≥25.5 Units/Acre
R-PD19 (Residential Planned Development-19 19 Units/Acre
Units Per Acre)
Proposed Zoning Permitted Density

T4-C (T4 Corridor) 5 stories*


T5-C (T5 Corridor) 7 stories**
T5-MS (T5 Main Street) 7 stories
T5-M (T5 Maker) 5 stories
T5-N (T5 Neighborhood) 5 stories
T6-UG (T6 Urban General) 12 stories
T6-UG-L (T6 Urban General Limited) 14 stories

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General Plan Permitted Density


As indicated in the Transect Zone, or
FBC
Form-Based Zoning District

** Maximum 8 stories for a Flex High-Rise building subject to Major SDR process
** Maximum 10 stories for a Flex High-Rise building subject to Major SDR process

Detailed Rezoning information for ZON-73549


Parcel # Existing Zoning Proposed Zoning
13928402002 R-5 T4-C
13928402003 R-5 T4-C
13928402004 C-1 T5-M
13928810001 M T5-M
13932704001 PD T5-N
13932704002 PD T5-N
13932704003 PD T5-N
13932704004 PD T5-N
13932704005 PD T5-N
13932704006 PD T5-N
13932704007 PD T5-N
13932704010 PD T5-N
13932704011 PD T5-N
13932704012 PD T5-N
13932705001 PD T5-N
13932705002 PD T5-N
13932705003 PD T5-N
13932705004 PD T5-N
13932705005 PD T5-N
13932705006 PD T5-N
13932705007 PD T5-N
13932705008 PD T5-N
13932705009 PD T5-N
13932710000 PD T5-MS
13932711000 PD T5-MS
13932803001 PD T6-UG
13932803002 PD T6-UG
13932803003 PD T6-UG
13932803004 PD T6-UG
13932803009 PD T6-UG

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Detailed Rezoning information for ZON-73549


Parcel # Existing Zoning Proposed Zoning
13932803010 PD T6-UG
13932804001 PD T5-C
13932804002 PD T5-C
13932804003 PD T5-C
13932804004 PD T5-C
13932804005 PD T5-C
13932804006 PD T5-C
13932804007 PD T5-C
13932804008 PD T5-C
13932804009 PD T5-C
13932804010 PD T5-C
13932804011 PD T5-C
13932804012 PD T5-C
13932804013 PD T5-C
13932811001 PD T5-MS
13932811002 PD T5-MS
13932811003 PD T5-MS
13932811004 PD T5-MS
13932811005 PD T5-MS
13932811006 PD T5-MS
13932811007 PD T5-MS
13932811008 PD T5-MS
13932811009 PD T5-MS
13932811010 PD T5-MS
13932811011 PD T5-MS
13932811012 PD T5-MS
13932811013 PD T5-MS
13932811014 PD T5-MS
13932811015 PD T5-MS
13932811016 PD T5-MS
13932811017 PD T5-MS
13932811018 PD T5-MS
13932811019 PD T5-MS
13932811020 PD T5-MS
13932811021 PD T5-MS
13932811022 PD T5-MS
13932811023 PD T5-MS

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Detailed Rezoning information for ZON-73549


Parcel # Existing Zoning Proposed Zoning
13932811024 PD T5-MS
13932811025 PD T5-MS
13932811026 PD T5-MS
13932811027 PD T5-MS
13932897002 PD T5-MS
13933102004 C-1 T4-C
13933102013 C-1 T5-M
13933102021 C-1 T4-C
13933102022 C-1 T4-C
13933102023 C-1 T4-C
13933202001 R-PD19 T4-C
13933202003 C-1 T5-MS
13933202006 C-1 T5-MS
13933202007 C-