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Planning Commission Minutes December 28, 2005

9.

SPR-56-05

(23531)

CENTENNIAL

MARKETPLACE.

AN

APPLICATION

SUBMITTED BY CENTENNIAL DEVELOPMENT LLC, PROPERTY OWNER, FOR A SITE PLAN REVIEW IN A C-2 GENERAL COMMERCIAL DISTRICT FOR A WAIVER OF BUILDING ORIENTATION. THE PROPERTY IS LOCATED APPROXIMATELY 240 FEET WEST OF COMMERCE STREET AND SOUTH OF

CENTENNIAL PARKWAY.

THE ASSESSOR S PARCEL NUMBERS ARE 124-27-

102-001 AND 124-27-102-002.

The application was presented by Mary Aldava, Planner on behalf of Staff who indicated Staff was recommending denial of SPR-56-05, as where the approved parking was located, it would create an unsafe situation for its drivers and customers as the approved site plan showed the delivery drivers and customers would need to cross the main entrance into the site on foot each time they make a delivery, which would become a matter of health and safety; however, should the Commission determine approval was warranted, Staff recommended the following conditions:

  • 1.

    Unless expressly, authorized through a variance, waiver or another approved method, development shall comply with all applicable codes and ordinances.

  • 2.

    The commercial development shall be in compliance with the Commercial Development Standards and Design Guidelines, including but not limited to a consistent building design for all buildings and pads including the gas canopy.

  • 3.

    Recessed lighting shall be used for the gas canopies.

  • 4.

    Exterior down spouts and exterior roof ladders are not allowed, and shall be located

within the building.

  • 5.

    That if SPR-56-05 is approved both SPR-05-05 and UN-08-05 shall be considered null and void.

  • 6.

    Fire access lanes shall be marked to prohibit parking in accordance with the Fire Code.

  • 7.

    Turning radii along the fire access lane shall be designed in accordance with the Fire Code.

  • 8.

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

9.

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.

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