Zoners eye subdivision plans Tuesday

KINGMAN ­ The Kingman Planning and Zoning Commission will meet Tuesday night to consider a minor amendment to General Plan 2020 for a new subdivision, a preliminary plat request tabled from last month, four rezoning requests and a request for a conditional use permit.

The open hearing is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the City Complex Council Chambers, 310 N. 4th St.

Property owner Am-Pak enterprises, LLC, and project engineer Mohave Engineering Associates are requesting preliminary plat approval for a single-family residential subdivision called Sycamore Village, proposed to have 69 multi-family lots on 13.61 acres of property located north of Sycamore Avenue, east of Hodges Road and west of Fairfax Avenue.

The commissioners tabled the request last month because the applicants had not identified a sewer connection. City staff is recommending approval indicating that the applicants have demonstrated a plan for a sewer connection and obtaining appropriate rights-of-way.

Property owners wanting to develop a residential subdivision between Anson Smith Road and Wilshire Road are requesting a minor amendment to the General Plan 2020 by definition from the current land use designation of rural density residential, one unit per acre, to medium density residential, three to eight units per acre.

The developer plans to build either duplexes or patio homes on the current vacant land, and improvements made according to subdivision codes would include doubling the width of Wilshire Ave.

The commissioners will consider a request to rezone an acre of property on the east side of Bank Street north of Kino and south of Gordon Drive from rural residential to C-3 commercial for a business assembling optical glass filters.

Another rezoning request is for 15.09 acres located south of Mission Boulevard and east of Slaughterhouse Canyon Road from residential, single-family, 10,000 square-foot minimum, open space to residential single-family, 6,000 square-foot minimum.

Rezoning of the undeveloped property would allow for a future single-family residential development.

Another zoning case to be heard is changing land use on an acre located on the east side of Stockton Hill Road between Wickieup and Chambers avenues from residential, single-family, 6,000 square-foot minimum to commercial, neighborhood convenience for construction of a 12,000 square-foot office building on the property.

The commissioners will also consider rezoning an acre of property on the east side of Rainbow Drive north of Shangri-La Drive from rural residential to residential, manufactured home, 20, 000 square-foot minimum to allow for the splitting of the property for two residential home sites.