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10:09 PM Tue, Nov. 13th

City P&Z gives nod to plans for developments

KINGMAN - The city of Kingman Planning and Zoning Commission held a regular meeting Tuesday night.

During the meeting, the Commission approved a preliminary plat for the Granite Bluffs subdivision. The subdivision has 72 lots on 77.77 acres of land. The single-family lots are to be a minimum of 10,000 square feet. It is located north of Slaughterhouse Canyon Road and south of Granite Bluffs I and II.

The Commission required the developers of Celebrate 300, another new subdivision, to follow the suggestions of the Planning and Zoning Department staff to add curbs and gutters. The developer was asking the Commission to waive a number of zoning regulations that would require them to add curbs and gutters to roads leading into the development. The subdivision will be located north of Airway Avenue and east of Railroad Drive. It will have 21 lots on 285 acres of land. The lots will be zoned in 6,000 and 8,000 square foot single-family plots and as commercial, neighborhood convenience.

The commissioners approved a preliminary plat for the Vista Bella Ranchitas subdivision. The new development will be located north of Diamond Joe Road, east of North Prospector Street and south of the Valle Del Sole subdivision. It will have 71 lots on 21.69 acres. The lots will be a minimum of 10,000 square feet and be zoned for single-family residences.

The Commission also heard a request for a text amendment to the Kingman Zoning Ordinance concerning the location of temporary offsite signs for businesses.

The commission denied the request to amend the zoning.

The commission approved a request to initiate a zoning study of an area owned by the Hualapai Nation in the Slaughterhouse Canyon area. The land is not a part of the reservation but is designated for use by the tribe. Some tribe members live on the property and would like to build homes there. P&Z staff was requested to look into zoning the property as R-1.