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Meeting Name: Clark County Zoning Commission Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 4/21/2021 9:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting note:
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   THIS MEETING HAS BEEN PROPERLY NOTICED AND POSTED AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:  Not available
   ONLINE AT HTTPS://CLARKCOUNTYNV.GOV AND NEVADA PUBLIC NOTICE AT HTTPS://NOTICE.NV.GOV/, AND AT THE CLARK COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER, 500 S. GRAND CENTRAL PARKWAY; WINCHESTER COMMUNITY CENTER, 3130 MCLEOD DRIVE; PARADISE COMMUNITY CENTER, 4775 MCLEOD DRIVE; REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION OF SOUTHERN NEVADA, 600 S. GRAND CENTRAL PARKWAY; LAS VEGAS, NV  Not available
   The Clark County Commission Chambers are accessible to the handicapped. With twenty-four (24) hour advanced request, a sign language interpreter may be made available (telephone number TT/TDD: Nevada Relay toll-free (800) 326-6868) and assisted listening devices are available at the meeting upon request. A copy of the agenda sheets for this meeting can be found on https://ClarkCountyNV.gov by clicking “Top Services” and selecting “Meetings & Agendas”. Supporting material for each item, including information provided at the meeting, is available at https://www.clarkcountynv.gov/comp-planning for inspection by clicking “Services” and selecting “Land Use Documents”, visiting the Department of Comprehensive Planning located at 500 S. Grand Central Parkway, Las Vegas, NV 89155, or by contacting Mara Weber at (702) 455-4314 (option 2, option 1).  Not available
   MEETING PROTOCOL:  Not available
   ITEMS 4 – 32 are routine items for possible action.

Agenda note: These items may be considered in one hearing and in one motion. Any person who does not agree with the recommendations by staff should request that the item be removed from this portion of the agenda and be heard separately when directed by the Board of County Commissioners.
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   ITEMS 33 – 50 are non-routine public hearing items for possible action.

Agenda note: These items will be considered separately.
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   The Board of County Commissioners will take a minimum 15 minute break at approximately 11:30 a.m.  Not available
   OPENING CEREMONIES

Agenda note: The Board of County Commissioners of Clark County, Nevada met in recessed regular session in full conformity with law and bylaws of said Board at the regular place of meeting in the Commission Chambers, Government Center, Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada on Wednesday, the 21st day of April, 2021 at the hour of 9:00 a.m. The meeting was called to order at the hour of 9:02 a.m. by Chair Kirkpatrick, and on roll call, the following members were present, constituting all of the members thereof:
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   CALL TO ORDER  Roll call Video/Audio Video/Audio
21-547 1.Public Comments - Comments by the General Public. No action may be taken upon a matter raised under this item of the agenda until the matter itself has been specifically included on a future agenda.

Agenda note: At this time, Chair Kirkpatrick asked if there were any persons wishing to be heard on any items listed on the agenda as posted. SPEAKER(S): Present Margaret Anne Coleman spoke regarding equal rights, discrimination, and homelessness. Diane Henry, Barbara Lundberg, and Bob Ward spoke regarding the Section 10 neighborhood, notification of the meeting, and neighborhood preservation. Will Bradley spoke in support of Item Nos. 46 and 47 regarding topics including completing the neighborhood, the project budget, public-private partnerships, and the completion of the stadiums. There being no other persons wishing to be heard on any items on the agenda as posted, Chair Kirkpatrick closed the public comments.
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21-548 2.Approval of the Agenda After Considering Requests to Add, Hold, or Delete Items. (For possible action)Approved Action details Video/Audio Video/Audio
21-549 3.Approval of minutes. (For possible action)Approved Action details Video/Audio Video/Audio
   ROUTINE ACTION ITEMS (4 – 32):

Agenda note: These items may be considered in one hearing and in one motion. Any person who does not agree with the recommendations by staff should request that the item be removed from this portion of the agenda and be heard separately when directed by the Board of County Commissioners.
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21-0083-042121 4.DR-21-0083-PARDEE HOMES NEVADA: DESIGN REVIEW for modified setbacks for 4 lots in a residential Planned Unit Development on 0.8 acres in an R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone. Generally located on the south side of Silverado Ranch Boulevard and the east side of Arville Street within Enterprise. JJ/nr/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Pardee Homes Nevada (Pardee Homes of Nevada) for a design review (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-400010-042121 5.ET-21-400010 (ZC-18-0819)-THE MESA'S AT LOGANDALE, LLC: HOLDOVER USE PERMIT FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for a single family residential detached planned unit development. DESIGN REVIEWS for the following: 1) proposed single family residential detached planned unit development; and 2) hammerhead street design in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone. Generally located on the south side of Gubler Avenue and the east side of Yamashita Street within Moapa Valley. MK/jgh/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of The Mesa’s at Logandale, LLC for holdover use permit first extension of time and design reviews (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item) (held from March 17, 2021):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-400009-042121 6.ET-21-400009 (VS-18-0820)-THE MESA'S AT LOGANDALE, LLC: HOLDOVER VACATE AND ABANDON FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME portions of a right-of-way being Whitmore Street located between Gubler Avenue and Claridge Avenue and Ash Street located between Gubler Avenue and Claridge Avenue within Moapa Valley (description on file). MK/jgh/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of The Mesa’s at Logandale, LLC to holdover vacate and abandon first extension of time portions of a right-of-way (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item) (held from March 17, 2021):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-400014-042121 7.ET-21-400014 (NZC-0601-15)-ROBINDALE & ASSOCIATES, LLC: HOLDOVER ZONE CHANGE SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME to reclassify 3.1 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone to M-D (Designed Manufacturing) Zone. DESIGN REVIEWS for the following: 1) a mini-warehouse facility; and 2) recreational vehicle and boat storage. Generally located on the north side of Robindale Road, 1,250 feet west of Decatur Boulevard within Enterprise (description on file). MN/jgh/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Robindale & Associates, LLC (Jeffrey Englehart) for a holdover zone change second extension of time and design reviews (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item) (held from April 7, 2021):
Deleted from Agenda as Recommended Action details Not available
21-400024-042121 8.ET-21-400024 (ZC-18-0961)-LONE MOUNTAIN PARTNERS, LLC: DESIGN REVIEWS FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for the following: 1) restaurant buildings with drive-thru service; and 2) alternative parking lot landscaping in conjunction with a commercial development on 0.9 acres in a C-2 (General Commercial) (AE-60) Zone. Generally located on the south side of Blue Diamond Road, the west side of Schirlls Street, and 550 feet east of Arville Street within Enterprise. JJ/nr/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Lone Mountain Partners, LLC for design reviews first extension of time (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-400025-042121 9.ET-21-400025 (VS-18-0962)-LONE MOUNTAIN PARTNERS, LLC: VACATE AND ABANDON FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for a portion of a right-of-way being Schirlls Street located between Blue Diamond Road and Wigwam Avenue within Enterprise. Generally located on the south side of Blue Diamond Road, the west side of Schirlls Street, and 550 feet east of Arville Street within Enterprise (description on file). JJ/nr/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Lone Mountain Partners, LLC to vacate and abandon first extension of time for a portion of a right-of-way (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-400027-042121 10.ET-21-400027 (WS-0640-15)-CROWN MAYFAIR, LLC: DESIGN REVIEWS SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME for the following: 1) a proposed single family residential development; 2) alternative development standards in conjunction with a hillside development; and 3) a grading plan in conjunction with a hillside development (slopes greater than 12%) for a proposed single family residential development within a Hillside & Foothills Transition Boundary Area on 192.4 acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone. Generally located on the northeast corner of Los Feliz Street and Bonanza Road within Sunrise Manor. TS/lm/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Crown Mayfair, LLC (York Enterprises, Inc.) for design reviews second extension of time (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item): DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, staff requested that Public Works bullet No. 2 be modified to read: Dedicate any right-of-way and easements necessary for the Jim McGaughey Detention Basin, Collection and Outfall project in conjunction with the County incorporating the improvements necessary to accept the drainage flows from the property; and that the following additional Public Works conditions be added to read: Submit a Separate Document application within 30 days for necessary right-of-way and easements for the Jim McGaughey Detention Basin, Collection and Outfall project; and Separate Document for the Jim McGaughey Detention Basin, Collection and Outfall project to be recorded within 90 days.
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-400028-042121 11.ET-21-400028 (UC-18-0874)-CLAYTON PLAZA LLC: USE PERMITS FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for the following: 1) convenience store; 2) gasoline station; 3) reduce the separation from a proposed convenience store to a residential use; and 4) reduce the separation from a proposed gasoline station to a residential use. DESIGN REVIEW for a convenience store and gasoline station on a portion of 3.9 acres in a C-1 (Local Business) Zone. Generally located on the south side of Windmill Lane and the west side of Buffalo Drive within Enterprise. JJ/lm/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Clayton Plaza LLC (MK Architecture) for use permits first extension of time and a design review (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-400029-042121 12.ET-21-400029 (ZC-19-0020)-DECATUR COMMONS, LLC: USE PERMITS FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for the following: 1) retail sales as a principal use; 2) restaurants; 3) on-premises consumption of alcohol (tavern); and 4) future hotel. WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for alternative landscaping. DESIGN REVIEW for a commercial retail center on 5.6 acres in an M-D (Designed Manufacturing) (AE-60) Zone. Generally located on the east side of Decatur Boulevard and the north side of the CC 215 within Enterprise (description on file). MN/lm/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Decatur Commons, LLC (Trisha H. Weber) for use permits first extension of time, a waiver of development standards, and design review (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-400030-042121 13.ET-21-400030 (WS-18-0971)-HANWEN RAINBOW, LLC: WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FIRST EXTENSION OF TIME for modified driveway design standards. DESIGN REVIEW for a proposed shopping center on 3.8 acres in a C-2 (General Commercial) Zone. Generally located on the west side of Rainbow Boulevard and the south side of Windmill Lane within Enterprise. JJ/sd/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Hanwen Rainbow, LLC (MK Architecture) for a waiver of development standards first extension of time and design review (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-0073-042121 14.UC-21-0073-DECATUR FLAMINGO GARDEN, LLC: USE PERMIT for a massage establishment in conjunction with an existing commercial center on 2.6 acres in a C-2 (General Commercial) Zone. Generally located on the northeast corner of Decatur Boulevard and Nevso Drive within Paradise. MN/jt/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Decatur Flamingo Garden, LLC (Xinwen LLC dba Body Massage LV) for a use permit (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Deleted from Agenda Action details Not available
21-0107-042121 15.UC-21-0107-M M OQUENDO, LLC: USE PERMIT for a cannabis establishment (production facility) within an existing building on a 1.1 acre site in an M-1 (Light Manufacturing) (AE-60 & AE-65) Zone in the Adult Use Overlay District. Generally located on the north side of Oquendo Road, 280 feet east of Valley View Boulevard within Paradise. MN/jvm/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of M M Oquendo, LLC (Nevada Organic Remedies) for a use permit (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-0108-042121 16.UC-21-0108-M M OQUENDO, LLC: USE PERMIT for a cannabis establishment (distributor) within an existing building on a 1.1 acre site in an M-1 (Light Manufacturing) (AE-60 & AE-65) Zone in the Adult Use Overlay District. Generally located on the north side of Oquendo Road, 280 feet east of Valley View Boulevard within Paradise. MN/jvm/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of M M Oquendo, LLC (Nevada Organic Remedies) for a use permit (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-400012-042121 17.WC-21-400012 (ZC-1198-07)-CHELSEI HOLDING, LLC: HOLDOVER WAIVER OF CONDITIONS of a zone change requiring right-of-way dedication of 30 feet for Mullen Avenue together with a County approved cul-de-sac at the westerly terminus of Mullen Avenue. Generally located on the east and west sides of Las Vegas Boulevard South, 315 feet south of Welpman Way within Enterprise. MN/jt/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Chelsei Holding, LLC (Sean Coulter) for a holdover waiver of conditions (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item) (held from April 7, 2021):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-0033-042121 18.UC-21-0033-CHELSEI HOLDING, LLC: HOLDOVER USE PERMITS for the following: 1) multiple family residential development; 2) retail; and 3) project of regional significance. WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following: 1) increase building height; and 2) non-standard improvements in the right-of-way. DESIGN REVIEWS for the following: 1) multiple family residential development with retail uses; and 2) finished grade on 10.0 acres in an H-1 (Limited Resort and Apartment) Zone. Generally located on the east and west sides of Las Vegas Boulevard South, 315 feet south of Welpman Way within Enterprise. MN/jt/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Chelsei Holding, LLC (Sean Coulter) for holdover use permits, waivers of development standards, and design reviews (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item) (held from April 7, 2021):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-400023-042121 19.WC-21-400023 (WS-0961-17)-HURRY IT UP WE ARE BURNING DAYLIGHT LLC: WAIVER OF CONDITIONS of a waiver of development standards requiring that the driveway must be built to full commercial standards in conjunction with a proposed retail store on 1.9 acres in a C-2 (General Commercial) Zone. Generally located on the north side of Quartz Avenue and the west side of Hopi Street within Sandy Valley. JJ/nr/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Hurry It Up We Are Burning Daylight LLC (J. Dapper) for a waiver of conditions (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-400026-042121 20.WC-21-400026 (NZC-18-0287)-GREYSTONE NEVADA, LLC: WAIVER OF CONDITIONS of a nonconforming zone change requiring that the project must meet Mountains Edge design guidelines and standards in conjunction with a single family, hillside development consisting of 159 single family residential lots on 41.9 acres in an R-2 (Medium Density Residential District) Zone. Generally located on the northwest corner of Fort Apache Road and Mountains Edge Parkway (alignment) within Enterprise. JJ/sd/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Greystone Nevada, LLC for a waiver of conditions (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-0070-042121 21.WS-21-0070-DURANGO 5, LLC: WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following: 1) landscaping along an arterial street; and 2) reduced driveway throat depth. DESIGN REVIEWS for the following: 1) alternative parking lot landscaping; and 2) a commercial complex on 1.8 acres in a C-1 (Local Business) Zone and C-2 (General Commercial) Zone in the CMA Design Overlay District. Generally located on the west side of Durango Drive, 308 feet north of Patrick Lane within Spring Valley. JJ/jor/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Durango 5, LLC for waivers of development standards and design reviews (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-0077-042121 22.WS-21-0077-CPI CALIDA MOSAIC OWNER, LLC: WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for alternative driveway geometrics. DESIGN REVIEWS for the following: 1) a fence and access control gates; and 2) modifications to an existing mixed-use development on 9.8 acres in a U-V (Urban Village – Mixed-Use) Zone in the CMA Design Overlay District. Generally located on the southwest and southeast corners of Post Road and Riley Street within Spring Valley. JJ/al/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of CPI Calida Mosaic Owner, LLC for a waiver of development standards and design reviews (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-0091-042121 23.WS-21-0091-KB HOME LV SAGE GLEN, LLC: WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS to increase screen and retaining wall height in conjunction with a single family residential subdivision. DESIGN REVIEW for increased retaining wall height on 24.8 acres in an R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone. Generally located on the west side of Rainbow Boulevard and the south side of Cougar Avenue (alignment) within Enterprise. JJ/jgh/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of KB Home LV Sage Glen, LLC for a waiver of development standards and design review (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-0092-042121 24.ZC-21-0092-DRAKETAIL HOLDINGS II, LLC: ZONE CHANGE to reclassify a 4.9 acre portion of a 10.2 acre site from an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone and an R-2 (Medium Density Residential) Zone to an R-5 (Apartment Residential) Zone. USE PERMIT for a senior housing project. WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS to allow alternative street landscaping. DESIGN REVIEWS for the following: 1) a senior housing project with associated structures; and 2) alternative parking lot landscaping. Generally located on the north side of Russell Road, 490 feet east of Boulder Highway within Whitney (description on file). JG/rk/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Draketail Holdings II, LLC (Ovation Development Corporation) for a zone change, use permit, waiver of development standards, and design reviews (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
20-700150-042121 25.PA-20-700150-LEWIS A.D. FAMILY TRUST & LEWIS, AARON A. & DANIELLE M. TRS: PLAN AMENDMENT to amend Map 4 of the Transportation Element of the Clark County Comprehensive Master Plan by removing portions of 80 foot and 100 foot rights-of-way between I-15 and Lewis Ranch Road (alignment), and between Dude Drive and the southern boundary of Section 02. Generally located on the east side of I-15 and the south side of State Route 168 (alignment) within Moapa. MK/pd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Lewis A.D. Family Trust & Aaron A. & Danielle M. Lewis Trs (Aaron Lewis) for a plan amendment (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item): DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, staff requested that the Board direct staff to process an amendment to the Transportation Element Map No. 4 to remove certain 80 and 100 foot rights-of-way between I-15 and Lewis Ranch Road (alignment) and between Dude Drive and the southern boundary of Sections 10, 11, and 12, and to add a 100 foot right-of-way along the alignment of Hidden Valley Road in Sections 10 and 15.
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-400011-042121 26.AR-21-400011 (UC-0114-09)-LEWIS FAMILY TR MARTL DEDUCT TR & LEWIS, PATRICIA TRS: USE PERMITS SECOND APPLICATION FOR REVIEW for the following: 1) gravel pit; 2) permanent batch plant; and 3) reduce the separation from a gravel pit and batch plant to residential uses. WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS to exceed the maximum site disturbance in conjunction with a hillside development. DESIGN REVIEWS for the following: 1) gravel pit; 2) permanent batch plant; and 3) development within the Hillside and Foothills Transition Boundary Area on 193.7 acres in an R-U (Rural Open Land) Zone. Generally located on the east side of I-15 and the south side of State Route 168 (alignment) within Moapa. MK/lm/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation that the Board approve the aforementioned described application of Lewis Family Tr Martl Deduct Tr & Patricia Lewis Trs (Lewis Family Trust) for use permits second application for review, a waiver of development standards, and design reviews (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-0028-042121 27.VS-21-0028-LEWIS FAMILY TR MARTL DEDUCT TR & LEWIS, PATRICIA TRS: VACATE AND ABANDON a portion of a right-of-way being 2 unnamed north/south and east/west alignments located between I-15 to the northwest and the Union Pacific Railroad tracks to the northeast and the southerly section line of Section 2, Township 15 South, Range 66 East within Moapa (description on file). MK/lm/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation that the Board approve the aforementioned described application of Lewis Family Tr Martl Deduct Tr & Patricia Lewis Trs (Lewis Family Trust) to vacate and abandon a portion of a right-of-way (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
20-700149-042121 28.PA-20-700149-DOUBLE UP PROPERTIES, LLC: PLAN AMENDMENT to redesignate 1.2 acres from RS (Residential Suburban) to CN (Commercial Neighborhood) in the Enterprise Land Use Plan. Generally located on the south side of Silverado Ranch Boulevard, 840 feet west of Arville Street within Enterprise. JJ/pd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation that the Board approve the aforementioned described application of Double Up Properties, LLC (Leslie Nielsen) for a plan amendment (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-900062-042121 29.CP-21-900062: Authorize the Chair to sign a resolution amending the Clark County Comprehensive Master Plan by adopting an amendment to the Enterprise Land Use Plan (PA-20-700149), and direct staff accordingly. (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners sign a resolution amending the Clark County Comprehensive Master Plan by adopting an amendment to the Enterprise Land Use Plan, and direct staff accordingly (for possible action):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-900089-042121 30.CP-21-900089: Authorize the Chair to sign a resolution amending the Clark County Comprehensive Master Plan by adopting an amendment to the Transportation Element (Map 4), and direct staff accordingly. (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners sign a resolution amending the Clark County Comprehensive Master Plan by adopting an amendment to the Transportation Element (Map 4), and direct staff accordingly (for possible action):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-900093 31.ORD-21-900093: Conduct a public hearing on an ordinance to consider adoption of a Development Agreement with Century Communities of Nevada, Inc. for a residential subdivision (El Capitan & Maule) on 4.5 acres, generally located east of El Capitan Way and south of Maule Avenue within Spring Valley. JJ/ab (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation that the Board conduct a public hearing on an ordinance to consider adoption of a Development Agreement with Century Communities of Nevada, Inc. for a residential subdivision (El Capitan & Maule) on 4.5 acres, generally located east of El Capitan Way and south of Maule Avenue within Spring Valley. (For possible action):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
21-900102 32.ORD-21-900102: Conduct a public hearing on an ordinance to consider adoption of a Development Agreement with Le Baron 18, LLC for a residential subdivision (Fort Apache & LeBaron) on 2.5 acres, generally located west of Fort Apache Road and south of LeBaron Avenue within Enterprise. JJ/ab (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation that the Board conduct a public hearing on an ordinance to consider adoption of a Development Agreement with Le Baron 18, LLC for a residential subdivision (Fort Apache & LeBaron) on 2.5 acres, generally located west of Fort Apache Road and south of LeBaron Avenue within Enterprise. (For possible action):
Approved as Recommended Action details Not available
   NON-ROUTINE ACTION ITEMS (33 – 50):

Agenda note: These items will be considered separately.
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20-0338-042121 33.UC-20-0338-SANG TJIE GIOK: HOLDOVER USE PERMITS for the following: 1) place of worship; 2) increased height of a place of worship; and 3) increased height of a freestanding sign. WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following: 1) reduced setbacks; 2) driveway geometrics; and 3) departure distance. DESIGN REVIEW for a place of worship on 5.0 acres in an R-E (Rural Estate Residential) (RNP-I) Zone. Generally located on the west side of Buffalo Drive and the north side of Wigwam Avenue within Enterprise. JJ/nr/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Tjie Giok Sang for holdover use permits, waivers of development standards, and a design review (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item) (held from March 3, 2021):
Deleted from Agenda as Recommended Action details Not available
20-0546-042121 34.UC-20-0546-CIRCUS CIRCUS LV, LLC, ET AL.: HOLDOVER USE PERMITS for the following: 1) Project of Regional Significance; and 2) a monorail. WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS to not provide a franchise agreement concurrent with a special use permit for a monorail. DESIGN REVIEW for a monorail on approximately 46.0 acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (AE-60) Zone, R-4 (Multiple Family Residential - High Density) Zone, C-1 (Local Business) Zone, C-2 (General Commercial) Zone, C-2 (General Commercial) (AE-60, AE-65, & AE-70) Zone, M-D (Designed Manufacturing) (AE-60 & AE-65) Zone, M-1 (Light Manufacturing) Zone, M-1 (Light Manufacturing) (AE-60) Zone, U-V (Urban Village - Mixed-Use) Zone, P-F (Public Facility) Zone, P-F (Public Facility) (AE-65, AE-70, AE-75, & AE-RPZ) Zone, H-1 (Limited Resort and Apartment) Zone, and H-1 (Limited Resort and Apartment) (AE-60, AE-65, AE-70, AE-75, & AE-APZ) Zone. Generally located between Sahara Avenue and Russell Road, and between Paradise Road and Decatur Boulevard within Paradise and Winchester. JJ/JG/MN/TS/jt/ja (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Circus Circus LV, LLC, Et Al. (TBC-The Boring Company) for holdover use permits, a waiver of development standards, and design review (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item) (held from March 17, 2021):
Deleted from Agenda as Recommended Action details Not available
20-0547-042121 35.UC-20-0547-CLAUDINE PROPCO, LLC, ET AL.: HOLDOVER USE PERMIT for a monorail. WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following: 1) not provide a franchise agreement concurrent with a special use permit for a monorail; and 2) reduce parking. DESIGN REVIEW for entrance structures and a monorail on 5.0 acres in an H-1 (Limited Resort and Apartment) Zone. Generally located on the east side of Las Vegas Boulevard South and the north and south sides of Flamingo Road within Paradise. JG/TS/jt/ja (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Claudine Propco, LLC, Et Al. (Jantien Shizuru) for a holdover use permit, waivers of development standards, and design review (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item) (held from March 17, 2021):
Deleted from Agenda as Recommended Action details Not available
21-0054-042121 36.VS-21-0054-N2MH LLC & EAGLE 40 LLC: VACATE AND ABANDON easements of interest to Clark County located between Coley Avenue and Palmyra Avenue, and between Monte Cristo Way and Tenaya Way and a portion of a right-of-way being a portion of Coley Avenue, Tenaya Way, Palmyra Avenue, and Monte Cristo Way within Spring Valley (description on file). JJ/nr/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of N2MH LLC & Eagle 40 LLC (BH Prado, LLC) to vacate and abandon easements of interest (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
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21-0068-042121 37.WS-21-0068-N2MH LLC & EAGLE 40 LLC: WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following: 1) reduce lot area; 2) increase wall height; and 3) waive off-site improvements (sidewalk and streetlights). DESIGN REVIEWS for the following: 1) proposed single family residential development; 2) finished grade; and 3) allow a hammerhead cul-de-sac design on 10.0 acres in an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) (RNP-I) Zone. Generally located on the southwest corner of Coley Avenue and Tenaya Way within Spring Valley. JJ/sd/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of N2MH LLC & Eagle 40 LLC (BH Prado, LLC) waivers of development standards and design reviews (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
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21-500021-042121 38.TM-21-500021-N2MH LLC & EAGLE 40 LLC: TENTATIVE MAP consisting of 20 residential lots on 10.0 acres in a R-E (Rural Estates Residential) zone. Generally located on the southwest corner of Coley Avenue and Tenaya Way within Spring Valley. JJ/sd/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of N2MH LLC & Eagle 40 LLC (BH Prado, LLC) for a tentative map (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item):
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21-0095-042121 39.ZC-21-0095-COLLABORATION CENTER FOUNDATION INC: ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 4.7 acres from an R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone to a C-P (Office and Professional) Zone in the CMA Design Overlay District. USE PERMITS for the following: 1) major training facility; 2) recreational facility with temporary commercial outdoor events; and 3) live entertainment. WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following: 1) reduce parking; 2) reduce separation from a temporary commercial outdoor event to a residential use; 3) reduce separation from outdoor live entertainment to a residential use; and 4) allow modified driveway design standards. DESIGN REVIEW for a major training facility, office uses, and recreational facility in conjunction with a non-profit disability service provider. Generally located on the north side of Windmill Lane and the east side of Gagnier Boulevard (alignment) within Spring Valley (description on file). MN/rk/ja (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER: In the matter of the aforementioned described application of Collaboration Center Foundation Inc for a zone change, use permits, waivers of development standards, and design review (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item): REPRESENTATIVE(S): Present SPEAKER(S): Present DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, the Board was addressed by Jamie Thilgott, the applicant’s representative, who advised that the project will be filling a gap in services for individuals with intellectual, developmental, and physical disabilities; the property formerly operated as the WHY Ranch, an equestrian facility and special events space; requested a conforming zone change to CP to run office and professional services, recreational therapy, programing activities, and fundraising activities with live entertainment; advised of meeting with neighbors; the property was surrounded by public facilities and a park to the north and west; and expressed agreement with staff recommendations. Sylvia Power, a neighbor, spoke in opposition regarding concerns including the zone change, the disruption to neighbors during the proposed special events and live entertainment, increased parking on Windmill Lane and the surrounding streets, increased noise, and that the applicant may lease units to others who may not comply with staff conditions. In response to Commissioner Naft, the applicant’s representative addressed the nature of the proposed events as being in collaboration with non-profit partners for fundraising purposes. Discussion followed regarding the condition on the hours per staff’s recommendation and an additional condition limit of two outdoor events per month.
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20-0566-042121 40.NZC-20-0566-COLONNA, VINCENT A. & JUDITH A.: HOLDOVER ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 2.4 acres from R-E (Rural Estates Residential) Zone to RUD (Residential Urban Density) Zone. USE PERMIT for an attached (townhouse) planned unit development (PUD). WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following: 1) reduce the area of a PUD; 2) reduce setbacks; 3) reduce parking; 4) reduce height/setback ratio adjacent to a single family residential use; 5) allow alternative landscaping adjacent to a less intensive (single family) use; 6) reduce street intersection off-set; 7) reduce width of private streets; 8) modify private street sections; 9) reduce back of curb radius; and 10) allow modified driveway design standards. DESIGN REVIEWS for the following: 1) an attached single family residential planned unit development; and 2) increased finished grade. Generally located on the north side of Eldorado Lane and 295 feet east of Jones Boulevard within Enterprise (description on file). MN/md/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation of the Planning Commission that the Board approve the aforementioned described application of Vincent A. & Judith A. Colonna (Strive Engineering) for a holdover zone change, use permit, waivers of development standards, and design reviews (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item) (held from April 7, 2021): REPRESENTATIVE(S): Present DISCUSSION: There being no objections, Item No. 40 was heard in conjunction with Item Nos. 41 and 42. Following introduction of Item Nos. 40, 41, and 42, the Board was addressed by Bob Gronauer, the applicant’s representative, who advised that the in-fill property was approximately 2.4 acres; for construction of a tri-plex development; higher density than the single-family developments to the north and west, higher R-2 density to the east, and a multi-family development was located across the street on Eldorado Lane; requested waivers due to staff’s request for a planned unit development (PUD) even though the property did not consist of five acres; submitted a revised site plan; Planning Commission recommended approval; and requested to withdraw waiver of development standards No. 3 without prejudice. Staff advised that the requested waivers were common for attached projects because the standards were for single family developments. It was moved by Commissioner Michael Naft that the applications for Item Nos. 39, 40, 41, and 42 with waiver No. 4 being withdrawn. Staff clarified that the motion for approval was for Item Nos. 40, 41, and 42. Robert Warhola, Deputy District Attorney, clarified that waiver No. 3 was being withdrawn.
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20-0567-042121 41.VS-20-0567-COLONNA, VINCENT A. & JUDITH A.: HOLDOVER VACATE AND ABANDON easements of interest to Clark County located between Jones Boulevard and Lindell Road, and between Warm Springs Road and Eldorado Lane within Enterprise (description on file). MN/md/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation of the Planning Commission that the Board approve the aforementioned described application of Vincent A. & Judith A. Colonna (Strive Engineering) to holdover vacate and abandon easements of interest (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item) (held from April 7, 2021): REPRESENTATIVE(S): Present DISCUSSION: There being no objections, Item No. 41 was heard in conjunction with Item Nos. 40 and 42.
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20-500198-042121 42.TM-20-500198-COLONNA, VINCENT A. & JUDITH A.: HOLDOVER TENTATIVE MAP consisting of 36 lots and common lots on 2.4 acres in an RUD (Residential Urban Density) Zone. Generally located on the north side of Eldorado Lane and 295 feet east of Jones Boulevard within Enterprise. MN/md/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation of the Planning Commission that the Board approve the aforementioned described application of Vincent A. & Judith A. Colonna (Strive Engineering) for a holdover tentative map (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item) (held from April 7, 2021): REPRESENTATIVE(S): Present DISCUSSION: There being no objections, Item No. 42 was heard in conjunction with Item Nos. 40 and 41.
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21-0020-042121 43.NZC-21-0020-APOLLO PROPERTY HOLDINGS, LLC, ET AL & GEORGE 2004 TRUST: ZONE CHANGE to reclassify 4.5 acres from C-1 (Local Business) Zone to R-4 (Multiple Family Residential - High Density) Zone. USE PERMITS for the following: 1) senior housing; and 2) project of regional significance. WAIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS for the following: 1) increase building height; 2) increase wall height; 3) reduce landscaping; 4) non-standard improvements in the right-of-way; and 5) alternative driveway geometrics. DESIGN REVIEWS for the following: 1) senior housing; and 2) finished grade. Generally located on the south side of Sahara Avenue, the west side of Meyers Court (alignment), and the north side of Laredo Street within Spring Valley (description on file). JJ/jt/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation of the Planning Commission that the Board approve the aforementioned described application of Apollo Property Holdings, LLC, Et Al & George 2004 Trust (George Gekakis, Inc.) for a zone change, use permits, waivers of development standards, and design reviews (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item) (held from March 16, 2021): REPRESENTATIVE(S): Present DISCUSSION: There being no objections, Item No. 43 was heard in conjunction with Item No. 44. Following introduction of Item Nos. 43 and 44, staff advised that the project was of regional significance because the County had an interlocal agreement with all of the local jurisdictions regarding the proximity of projects, and the City of Las Vegas was across Sahara Avenue from the project. The Board was addressed by Bob Gronauer, the applicant’s representative, who advised that the applicant has constructed senior living housing for approximately 27 years in Clark County; designs, entitles, builds, owns, and manages the multi-family developments; held four neighborhood meetings; approximately 4.5 acres; fronts onto Sahara Avenue; advised of working with the Westwood Home Owners Association to the south; office-commercial was to the east; a mini-storage facility to the west; an in-fill property; staff recommended approval of the zone change; referenced an Executive Summary from NAIOP (the Commercial Real Estate Development Association) which found that there is a scarcity of land in Southern Nevada; a report from Senators Catherine Cortez Masto and Jacky Rosen found that there is a shortage of attainable low-income housing; each year the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) measures the availability of affordable housing and presents findings in the Gap Report, the study found that Nevada has the fewest affordable and available rental homes in the country; the need for affordable housing for seniors is projected to increase; discussed increasing office and commercial vacancy rates; further advised that staff recommended approval for the non-conforming zone change because the project meets several County goals and policies; referenced multi-family projects on major arterial streets and adjacent to commercial properties; discussed pedestrian and vehicle access to Laredo Street; proposed an eight foot high wall on Laredo Street as a buffer with 36 inch box trees ten foot on center; the trash enclosures to be installed away from Laredo Street; line-of-sight to the neighbor’s backyards; building height was reduced in response to neighbor’s concerns, and are compatible with the neighborhood; and the Spring Valley Town Board and Planning Commission recommended approval. Discussion followed regarding the funding limit for only senior housing; the need for affordable housing; and removal of the condition regarding pedestrian gates and to permit Pine trees.
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21-0027-042121 44.VS-21-0027-APOLLO PROPERTY HOLDINGS, LLC, ET AL & GEORGE 2004 TRUST: VACATE AND ABANDON easements of interest to Clark County located between Sahara Avenue and Laredo Street, and between Meyers Court (alignment) and Cimarron Road within Spring Valley (description on file). JJ/jt/jd (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation of the Planning Commission that the Board approve the aforementioned described application of Apollo Property Holdings, LLC, Et Al & George 2004 Trust (George Gekakis) to vacate and abandon easements of interest (as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item) (held from March 16, 2021): REPRESENTATIVE(S): Present DISCUSSION: There being no objections, Item No. 44 was heard in conjunction with item No. 43.
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21-900176 45.AG-21-900176: Consider a request for revocation of UC-20-0595 and direct staff accordingly. MN/sr (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners consider a request for revocation of UC-20-0595 and direct staff accordingly. (For possible action): DISCUSSION: Following introduction of the item, the Board was advised by staff that the Board approved the use permit on March 17, 2021 with requirements and promises from the homeowner, and neighbors reported that activities outside of the approved application have been observed on the subject property. Commissioner Naft advised of visiting the property and observing that the homeowner did not take the opportunity to rectify the problems. Legal Counsel advised that the item was to determine if evidence existed to schedule a public hearing on the matter.
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21-900147 46.ORD-21-900147: Conduct a public hearing on an ordinance to consider adoption of a Development Agreement with All Net Land Development LLC and Dribble Dunk, LLC for the All Net Arena Project on 27 acres, generally located between Las Vegas Boulevard South and Paradise Road, 900 feet south of Sahara Avenue within Winchester. TS/sr (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation that the Board conduct a public hearing on an ordinance to consider adoption of a Development Agreement with All Net Land Development LLC and Dribble Dunk, LLC for the All Net Arena Project on 27 acres, generally located between Las Vegas Boulevard South and Paradise Road, 900 feet south of Sahara Avenue within Winchester. REPRESENTATIVE(S): Present DISCUSSION: There being no objections, Item No. 46 was heard in conjunction with Item No. 47. Following introduction of Item Nos. 46 and 47, the Board was addressed by Chris Kaempfer, the applicant’s representative, who advised that the development and performance agreements were secured; the project labor agreement was signed with the building trades; signed a lease with an option to buy; the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) signed letters of determination of no hazard with regard to the building and crane heights; the applicant completed and submitted a traffic study for review; and will commence construction by September of 2022. Chair Kirkpatrick opened the public hearing and asked if there were any persons present in the audience wishing to be heard on the proposed ordinance, entitled and summarized as shown on the ATTACHED agenda item (introduced on April 7, 2021). SPEAKER(S): Present Suynn Davis spoke in support of the project; advised that the arena will bring the community together, will be constructed in a convenient location for locals, and will encourage community participation. There being no other persons present in the audience wishing to be heard on the matter, Chair Kirkpatrick closed the public hearing. Jackie Robinson expressed appreciation towards staff and for the opportunity to move forward with the project. In response to Commissioner Kirkpatrick, Legal Counsel advised that the bond was for decommissioning activity, used during construction, and would no longer be needed after the certificate of occupancy was issued.
Approved Action details Video/Audio Video/Audio
21-900180 47.AG-21-900180: Accept and authorize the signature of the Performance Agreement with Dribble Dunk, LLC for the All Net Arena Project on 27 acres, generally located between Las Vegas Boulevard South and Paradise Road, 900 feet south of Sahara Avenue within Winchester. TS/sr (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners accept and authorize the signature of the Performance Agreement with Dribble Dunk, LLC for the All Net Arena Project on 27 acres, generally located between Las Vegas Boulevard South and Paradise Road, 900 feet south of Sahara Avenue within Winchester. (For possible action): REPRESENTATIVE(S): Present SPEAKER(S): Present DISCUSSION: There being no objections, Item No. 47 was heard in conjunction with Item No. 46.
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21-900101-042121 48.ORD-21-900101: Introduce an ordinance to consider adoption of a Development Agreement with Eliot Holdings, LLC for a residential subdivision (Chartan Lily) on 10.0 acres, generally located east of Edmond Street and north and south of Chartan Avenue within Enterprise. JJ/ab (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners introduce an ordinance to consider adoption of a Development Agreement with Eliot Holdings, LLC for a residential subdivision (Chartan Lily) on 10.0 acres, generally located east of Edmond Street and north and south of Chartan Avenue within Enterprise. (For possible action): DISCUSSION: Commissioner Kirkpatrick introduced the proposed ordinance, entitled and summarized as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item (Bill No. 4-21-21-1).
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21-900130-042121 49.ORD-21-900130: Introduce an ordinance to consider adoption of a Development Agreement with PN II, Inc. for a residential subdivision (Robindale Jones) on 5.0 acres, generally located west of Jones Boulevard and north of Robindale Road within Enterprise. MN/ab (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners introduce an ordinance to consider adoption of a Development Agreement with PN II, Inc. for a residential subdivision (Robindale Jones) on 5.0 acres, generally located west of Jones Boulevard and north of Robindale Road within Enterprise. (For possible action): DISCUSSION: Commissioner Kirkpatrick introduced the proposed ordinance, entitled and summarized as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item (Bill No. 4-21-21-2).
Introduced on first reading Action details Video/Audio Video/Audio
21-900153-042121 50.ORD-21-900153: Introduce an ordinance to amend the official zoning map reclassifying certain properties as approved by the Board of County Commissioners through various zone change applications on February 3, 2021, February 17, 2021, March 3, 2021 and in Assessor’s Books 176, 177 and 191. (For possible action)

Agenda note: SUBJECT MATTER/RECOMMENDATION: In the matter of the recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners introduce an ordinance to amend the official zoning map reclassifying certain properties as approved by the Board of County Commissioners through various zone change applications on February 3, 2021, February 17, 2021, March 3, 2021 and in Assessor’s Books 176, 177, and 191. (For possible action): DISCUSSION: Commissioner Kirkpatrick introduced the proposed ordinance, entitled and summarized as indicated on the ATTACHED agenda item (Bill No. 4-21-21-3).
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   PUBLIC COMMENTS COMMENTS BY THE GENERAL PUBLIC:

Agenda note: No action may be taken upon a matter raised under this item of the agenda until the matter itself has been specifically included on a future agenda.
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