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Planning Commission Minutes December 28, 2005
APPLICATION SUBMITTED BY INTEGRITY PROPERTY SOLUTIONS, LLC,
PROPERTY OWNER, FOR RECLASSIFICATION OF PROPERTY FROM NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL DISTRICT TO A PUD PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT CONSISTING OF 38 TOWNHOUSES.
A C-1 UNIT THE
STREET AND CAREY AVENUE.
THE ASSESSOR S PARCEL NUMBER IS 139-
It was requested by the applicant to continue ZN-84-05 to January 11, 2006.
Chairman Jay Aston opened the Public Hearing. The following comments were carried forward from Item No. 14., AMP-58-05:
Pat Harris, 328 Duke Avenue, North Las Vegas, NV 89030 asked the Commission to deny the application as she felt the site was not large enough for 38 townhomes and it would add more traffic congestion at the intersection of Carey Avenue and Commerce Street. She was also concerned about the possibility of increased crime in the area.
Theresa Fountain, 505 Rossmoyne Avenue, North Las Vegas, NV 89030 stated she had watched the neighborhood she lived in go back and forth from bad to good and at this time the neighborhood was very nice because the City had made property owners clean up their property and she felt by developing the corner of Carey Avenue and Commerce Street with townhomes would be a mistake, as it would bring crime back to the area. Ms. Fountain stated she was also speaking on behalf of Mike Jerkins, 312 Rossmoyne Avenue, North Las Vegas, NV 89030.
Robert and Delores Mellner, 432 Rossmoyne, North Las Vegas, NV 89030 stated she was opposed to the application as she felt it would bring crime back to the area.
Sharon Washington, 532 Duchess Avenue, North Las Vegas, NV 89030 stated she was opposed to the application as she felt the townhomes would become Section 8 housing and there would be more crime.
Tiffany Shorter, 305 Princess Avenue, North Las Vegas, NV 89030 stated she was opposed to the application as the proposed project would bring more traffic congestion and crime to the area. She also submitted a petition signed by residents in the area who were also opposed to the project.
Chairman Aston closed the Public Hearing.