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File #: 21-400019-092221   
Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 9/9/2021 In control: Clark County Zoning Commission
On agenda: 9/22/2021 Final action:
Title: ET-21-400019 (WS-19-0808)-GREAT BUNS: HOLDOVER APPEAL WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for the following: 1) reduced setback; and 2) deviate from design standards for an accessory storage building. DESIGN REVIEW for existing accessory buildings and structures in conjunction with an existing bakery on 1.3 acres in a C-1 (Local Business) Zone and a C-2 (General Commercial) Zone. Generally located 500 feet north of Tropicana Avenue, 850 feet west of Pecos Road within Paradise. TS/jgh/jd (For possible action)
Attachments: 1. ET-21-400019_Color_Merged.pdf, 2. 59 21-400019-092221
Date Action ByActionResultAction DetailsMeeting DetailsVideo/Audio
9/22/2021 Clark County Zoning Commission Approved

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation of the Planning Commission that the Board approve the aforementioned described application of Great Buns (Anthony Madonia) for waivers of development standards first extension of time, and design review (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item) (held from August 18, 2021) (appealed by neighbors): REPRESENTATIVE(S): Present SPEAKER(S): Present DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, staff advised that Planning Commission recommended approval. The Board was addressed by the applicant’s representative, Stephanie Allen, who advised that the appeal was from Planning Commission’s approval for first extension of time of an accessory structure; neighbors to the north had concerns about the project, in particular noise, lighting, and further expansions of the property; the applicant’s representative further advised of working with neighbors regarding additional conditions for the application; provided a historical overview of the proposed site located in a shopping center, and the area was heavily zoned commercial; the application for the accessory warehouse was previously approved in 2020 and COVID impacted the project; Great Buns provided services for many establishments throughout the valley; temporary buildings on site would be removed to allow space for the warehouse building; and the recycling dumpster would remain part of the plan. The applicant’s representative spoke regarding additional conditions such as use of the public address system was discontinued; downward LED lighting would be installed on the north facing buildings; buildings plans would be made available for the surrounding homeowner’s associations; exhaust fans were relocated; no stacking of crates above the property wall; noise attenuation in several locations of the site; a landscaping buffer would be added on the adjacent property line; noise attenuation studies to be completed; progress report submission within six months to the Board of County Commissioners; allow until March 7, 2023 to complete the building permit and inspections; extensions of time would be subject to another public hearing, no permits for the accessory building will be issued until applicable conditions are met, excluding the second noise attenuation study; and provided an overview of the uses on site. Tim Fitcher expressed appreciation to Commissioner Segerblom and the applicant for allowing public participation.
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ET-21-400019 (WS-19-0808)-GREAT BUNS:

 

HOLDOVER APPEAL WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for the following:  1) reduced setback; and 2) deviate from design standards for an accessory storage building.

DESIGN REVIEW for existing accessory buildings and structures in conjunction with an existing bakery on 1.3 acres in a C-1 (Local Business) Zone and a C-2 (General Commercial) Zone.

 

Generally located 500 feet north of Tropicana Avenue, 850 feet west of Pecos Road within Paradise.  TS/jgh/jd  (For possible action)