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File #: CPC CP 16-00049    Version: Name:
Type: Planning Case Status: Passed
File created: 5/31/2016 In control: City Council
On agenda: 7/26/2016 Final action: 7/26/2016
Title: : A PUD (Planned Unit Development) Concept Plan for veterinary medical services on a site consisting of 4.23 acres located at 5520 and 5540 North Nevada Avenue. (Quasi-Judicial) Presenter: Conrad Olmedo, Planner II, Planning and Community Development Peter Wysocki, Director, Planning and Community Development
Attachments: 1. Figure 1 - Concept Plan, 2. 7.3.605 PUD Concept Plan, 3. 7.5.501.E Concept Plans
Related files: CPC ZC 16-00048

Title:
A PUD (Planned Unit Development) Concept Plan for veterinary medical services on a site consisting of 4.23 acres located at 5520 and 5540 North Nevada Avenue.

(Quasi-Judicial)

Presenter:
Conrad Olmedo, Planner II, Planning and Community Development
Peter Wysocki, Director, Planning and Community Development

Body
Summary:
Applicant: James W. Nakai & Associates
Owner: CMJ Investments, LLC. and Mike Bauer
Location: 5520 and 5540 North Nevada Avenue

There are two applications as part of this proposal:
1. Zone Change (File No. CPC ZC 16-00048)
2. Concept Plan (File No. CPC CP 16-00049)

This project includes concurrent applications for a zone change from OC/CR (Office Commercial with Conditions of Record) to PUD (Planned Unit Development) and a concept plan for a Veterinary Specialty Center. Approval of the request will allow for Veterinary Services and the construction of three (3) additional veterinarian medical office buildings.

Previous Council Action:
The property was zoned OC/CR (Office Complex with Conditions of Record) in 1994 and approved by City Council on February 10, 2004 with revised conditions of record, per Ordinance 04-20.

Background:
The zone change will serve as an opportunity to bring the existing veterinary medical office building into compliance with the City Code. When the existing building and small animal clinic veterinary service were approved in 2005, AR DP 05-00004, the use was listed as permitted in the OC zone district. However, in 2009 Ordinance 09-73 changed the permitted uses of the OC zone district and prohibited small animal clinic veterinary services. Therefore, changing the zone district to PUD will allow the existing office building and future veterinary medical office uses to be permitted and compliant with the City Code under a PUD zone district.

The concept plan illustrates three (3) separate buildings, one being a maximum of 12,500 square feet and the other two being a maximum of 5,000 square feet. ...

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