Planning Commission OKs plans for tavern, mall

On May 10, the c ity of Las Vegas P lanning C ommission heard a number of items that a ffect the Summerlin area.

All the commissioners —- Steven Evans, chair; Richard Truesdell, vice chair; and commissioners Byron Goynes, Glenn E. Trowbridge, Vicki Quinn, Gus W. Flangas and Todd L. Moody —- were in attendance.

A motion was made by Trowbridge to approve, subject to conditions, a special use permit for applicant/owner Great Wash Park LLC. It passed unanimously.

The special use permit was for a liquor establishment (tavern) within a 28.44-acre, mixed-use development with waivers to allow a distance separation of 141 feet from a park where 400 feet is required and no distance separation from a similar use where 1,500 feet is required at 430 S. Rampart Blvd., Suite B160.

A motion was made by Trowbridge to approve a rezoning issue concerning applicant/owner R A Southeast Land Co. LLC. The motion passed unanimously. The company was seeking rezoning from Planned Development to Planned Development on 23.40 acres at the southeast corner of Alta Drive and Rampart Boulevard in Ward 2.

The location is where Las Vegas Renaissance, an indoor mall, is planned. The item deals with sub-commercial issues within the planned development category, which accounts for the seemingly redundant rezoning from Planned Development to Planned Development .

Trowbridge made a motion, which passed unanimously, to approve a site development plan review for that same company’s proposed three-story, 773,000-square-foot shopping center, a four-story parking garage and a six-story, 100-unit, multi-family residential development on 23.40 acres at the southeast corner of Alta Drive and Rampart Boulevard.

Details of that site and its planned development appeared in the May 24 Summerlin View.

Another motion by Trowbridge was to hold in abeyance the next two items, a motion that passed unanimously.

The first was for a variance requested by applicant Tower Consulting Inc. and owner Peccole Ranch Community Association, which needed a variance to allow a 12-foot-high chain link fence where 8 feet is the maximum height permitted on 1.49 acres at 9501 Red Hills Road in a Residential Planned Development with seven u nits p er a cre in Ward 2.

Also held in abeyance was a request for a special use permit related to the same applicant and owner for a proposed 85-foot-high wireless communication facility with a stealth design (monopine) at that location.

A motion made by Flangas passed unanimously to approve, subject to conditions, a special use permit for applicant Northwest Arms and owner Shree Ganesha Inc. The owner requested a special use permit for a secondhand dealer use (firearms) in conjunction with a retail establishment at 4450 N. Tenaya Way, Suite 100, in Ward 4.

A motion made by Trowbridge to approve, subject to conditions, a special use permit for owner Y & B Investments LLC passed with six votes. Moody voted against it.

The special use permit is for a restaurant with a service bar within an existing 2,318-square-foot restaurant with a waiver to allow a 360-foot distance separation from a synagogue and a zero-foot distance separation from a child care facility where 400 feet is required at 2521 S. Fort Apache Road, Suite 100.

Contact Summerlin and Summerlin South View reporter Jan Hogan at jhogan@viewnews.com or 387-2949.

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