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City of North Las Vegas Page 14

Planning Commission Minutes December 28, 2005

substantially alter the original site plan.

15.

Approval of a drainage study is required prior to submittal of the civil improvement plans.

16.

Clark County Regional Flood Control District (CCRFCD) concurrence with the results of the drainage study is required prior to approval of the civil improvement plans.

17.

Approval of a traffic study is required prior to submittal of the civil improvement plans.

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The size and number of driveways and their locations are subject to review and approval by the City of North Las Vegas Traffic Engineer and must meet the standards set forth in North Las Vegas Municipal Code section 17.24.130. Conformance may require modifications to the site.

19.

Commercial driveways are to be constructed in accordance with Clark County Area Uniform Standard Drawing numbers 222A and 225, with minimum widths of 32 feet as measured from lip of gutter to lip of gutter. The property owner is required to grant a roadway easement for commercial driveway(s).

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The property owner is required to grant a pedestrian access easement for sidewalk located within a common element, or on private property, when that sidewalk is providing public access adjacent to the right-of-way.

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A revocable encroachment permit for landscaping within the public right of way is required.

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The property owner is required to sign a restrictive covenant for utilities.

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All development along North 5th Street shall provide a twenty foot landscape and pedestrian access easement/common element adjacent to the right-of-way.

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The civil improvement plans for the project shall include schedule 40 PVC fiber optic conduit along North 5th Street.

13.

All Nevada Power Company easements, appurtenances, lines and poles must be shown and shall be located entirely within the perimeter landscape area of this development. Distribution lines, existing or proposed, shall be placed underground.

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All known geologic hazards shall be shown on the site plan and the civil

improvement plans.

Subsequent identification

of

additional

hazards

may

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