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File #: 21-0447-111721   
Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 11/4/2021 In control: Clark County Zoning Commission
On agenda: 11/17/2021 Final action:
Title: WS-21-0447-GILBERT, DAN & CLAUDIA: HOLDOVER WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS to increase the proposed retaining wall height. DESIGN REVIEW for finished grade in conjunction with a proposed single family residence on 2.5 acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-I) Zone. Generally located on the southeast corner of Verde Way and Jensen Street within Lone Mountain. RM/jor/jo (For possible action)
Attachments: 1. WS-21-0447_Color_Merged.pdf, 2. 20 21-0447-111721.pdf
Date Action ByActionResultAction DetailsMeeting DetailsVideo/Audio
11/17/2021 Clark County Zoning Commission Approved

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Dan & Claudia Gilbert (Dan Gilbert) for a waiver of development standards, and a design review (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item) (held from November 3, 2021): REPRESENTATIVE(S): Present SPEAKER(S): Present Following introduction of the item, Dan Gilbert advised of utilizing the bare minimums allowed by code as far as elevation; and had no plans to sub-divide or increase density. Danielle Hatherley Carroll spoke in opposition to the item; provided photographs that illustrated the issues with elevation; advised that the applicant brought in the soil without a permit; concerns were voiced during the Lone Mountain Citizens Advisory Council (CAC) regarding drainage, land elevation, and the retaining wall; Member Bradley Burns, who chaired the meeting, advised the applicant to modify the plans and present the revisions to the CAC at the next meeting; an engineer advised that the applicant’s property, technically, did not meet the slope requirements that constituted the three foot wall waiver request; expressed concern of the slope of the subject property and water runoff in the event of inclement weather; requested tiered landscaping to break up the water flow, and that the applicant maintain the area. The applicant advised that the retaining wall would be the exact height as neighbor’s screening wall; the retaining wall top was flat, and the neighbor’s wall had a step effect; the land by the retaining wall tiered down; and the slope would be landscaped in native vegetation. Antonio Papazian, Manager Development Review, spoke regarding the subject parcel, fill that would be needed, a drainage easement; advised that the finished floor height of the home was where it needed to be, due to a low point at Jensen Street; and the slope on the east side down would be tiered.
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WS-21-0447-GILBERT, DAN & CLAUDIA:

 

HOLDOVER WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS to increase the proposed retaining wall height.
DESIGN REVIEW for finished grade in conjunction with a proposed single family residence on 2.5 acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-I) Zone.

 

Generally located on the southeast corner of Verde Way and Jensen Street within Lone Mountain.  RM/jor/jo  (For possible action)