On 11/7/2019, the Douglas County

89423 | 11/14/2019 | Ad id: 7-0000510027-01
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On 11/7/2019, the Douglas County Board of Commissioners INTRODUCED the following ordinance: ORDINANCE: 2019-1556-A TITLE: Ordinance 2019-1556-A, an ordinance amending the development agreement between Douglas County (hereafter "County") and Park Cattle Company (Park Ranch Holdings LLC, successor in interest, hereafter "Park") regarding Muller Parkway (hereafter "Muller"), including, but not limited to: 1) conditioning all obligations and rights under the agreement on approval of a Master Plan Land Use Map Amendment for Park as proposed in the 20-year Master Plan Update, including changing the receiving area land use designation on approximately 1,044 acres of Park property in the Topaz Ranch Estates Community Plan to align with existing zoning and changing the Rural Residential and Agriculture land use designations on approximately 1,120 acres of Park property in the Minden and Gardnerville Community Plans (inclusive of the appx. 76 acres being deeded for Muller); 2)deeding real property for Muller and associated improvements; 3)setting a six year time frame for the construction of two lanes of Muller; 4)establishing the responsibility for construction costs and expenses for Muller between Park and the County; 5)granting a public drainage easement by Park for County construction of Highway 88 culverts; 6)establishing a maximum of 2,500 residential dwelling units to develop upon the approved receiving area located within the Minden and Gardnerville Community Plans; 7) setting forth the processes for reviewing proposed zoning and development within the receiving area; 8)precluding the County from rescinding the receiving area land use designation for 30 years; and 9)confirming this amendment supersedes Ordinances 2004R-1097 and 2007-1223 in their entirety. Subject Property is APNs: 1319-23-000-013; 1319-24-000-007;1319-25-000-020 thru-021;1319-26-000-004; and 1320-20-000-017 thru -018; 1320-20-008-017;1320-21-000-014 thru-016; 1320-27-002-035; 1320-28-000-017; 1320-28-000-022 thru -031; 1320-29-000-015; 1320-29-501-002; 1320-29-601-00; 1320-31-000-016; 1320-32-501-020 thru -021; 1320-33-001-009 thru-016; 1320-34-001-028; & 1320-34-002-001.) SUMMARY: Ordinance 2019-1556-A, as proposed would amend the development agreement between Douglas County (hereafter "County") and Park Cattle Company (Park Ranch Holdings LLC, successor in interest, hereafter "Park") regarding Muller Parkway (hereafter "Muller"), including but not limited to, the following key elements: conditioning all obligations and rights under the agreement on approval of a Master Plan Land Use Map Amendment for Park as proposed in the 20-year Master Plan Update, including changing the receiving area land use designation on approximately 1,044 acres of Park property in the Topaz Ranch Estates Community Plan to align with existing zoning and changing the Rural Residential and Agriculture land use designations on approximately 1,120 acres of Park property in the Minden and Gardnerville Community Plans (inclusive of the appx. 76 acres being deeded for Muller); deeding appx. 75.7 acres (a 205 ft. in width strip of real property) to the County for construction of Muller, multi-modal paths, and drainage improvements, including a flood conveyance channel between Muller and the Virginia ditch extending from Toler Lane to Heybourne Road; installation of detention pond(s) on Park property east of Muller at shared expense to the Parties; granting of a public drainage easement, appx. 84,942 sq. ft. across APN 1320-31-000-016 to the County for Highway 88 drainage culverts; requiring the County to construct two-lanes of Muller within six years; obligating the County, at its sole cost and expense, to construct appx. 12,691 linear feet of Muller and seven access points; equal sharing of construction costs for an appx. 2,604 linear feet segment of Muller through Ashland Park; establishing a maximum of 2,500 residential dwelling units to be developed upon the approved receiving area located within the Minden and Gardnerville Community Plans; requiring all development within the receiving area to connect to municipal sewer and water utility providers and prohibiting the development of commercial buildings in excess of 30,000 sq. ft.; setting forth a process for requests for non-residential zoning and reduction in residential development unit rights associated with the receiving area; establishing parameters for denial of a zoning map amendment or tentative subdivision map associated with receiving area; requiring the first of the 2,500 residential dwelling units to be developed requiring transfer of development rights (TDR) for density shall come from APN: 1319-25-000-020 & -021 the real property known as "Klauber Ranch" as a sending parcel; restricting future development and prohibiting the removal of all water rights with either a conservation easement or deed restriction for "Klauber Ranch" pursuant to the County's TDR program by Park; granting of an appx 7,330' long trail easement to the County across the "Klauber Ranch" and an additional three parcels west of Klauber concurrently with the recording of a conservation easement/deed restriction; precluding the County from rescinding the receiving area land use designation for 30 years; and confirming this amendment supercedes Ordinances 2004R-1097 and 2007-1223 in their entirety. The 2nd Reading of this Ordinance will be held on 12/3/2019 A copy of this ordinance is on file in the Clerk's Office for public review. Publication: November 14, 2019 Ad #0000510027