Case 19CS0500098: Westgate Business Park Subdivision No. 2, Replat No. 2 (Replat and Vacation)
- A request for approval of the vacation of a 50-foot Right-Of-Way known as Westway Ave., associated with an administrative replat known as Westgate Business Park Subdivision No. 2 Replat No. 2
- The proposed subdivision encompasses 25.59 + acres, is currently zoned M-1/M-2 (Industrial Standard), is located west of Motel Blvd and east of Westgate St.
- Submitted by Souder Miller and Associates., representative, on behalf of the City of Las Cruces.
Case 21CS0500128: October Sky Subdivision
- A request for approval of a non-administrative replat, known as October Sky Subdivision
- The proposed subdivision encompasses 3.63 + acres, is currently zoned R-1a (Single Family Medium Density), is located at 725 McClure Rd.
- The non-administrative replat proposes to divide on residential lot into two
- The subdivision proposes one (1) residential lot and one (1) tract of land that will be purchased by the City of Las Cruces to utilize for drainage.
- Submitted by Cobb Fendley, representative.
University Meadows Emergency Access Cross-Section (aka Broadmoor)
- Emergency access was required at Broadmoor Drive for the University Meadows Subdivision
- R 20-048: requires the “connection to Broadmoor Drive shall be limited to emergency access only and shall be designed and constructed to meet City Traffic Engineering and Fire Department requirements”
- The City is requesting that the road be constructed to the Minor Local -1 cross-section
- The 50' right-of-way is encumbered by yard walls
- The applicant is requesting an alternate cross-section for this access consisting of 2-12.5' driving lanes and 2-12' parkways with no curb, gutter, lighting, or sidewalk
Case #21SU0504899- Central Subdivision Right of Way Requirements
- Central Subdivision Preliminary Plat was approved November 27, 2018
- The plat intended to dedicate 17.5-ft of additional ROW along Central Rd., but did not intend to provide additional build-out. This was initially approved by the P&Z in November 2018 for the approval of the Preliminary Plat.
- Per Sec 37-80.F, the approved preliminary plat expired in November 2020 and a new preliminary plat submittal is required
- Prior to formal submittal of a new plat, it is requested DRC determine whether or not improvements are required on Central Rd. and Mesa Grande Dr. adjacent to the proposed Central Subdivision, per Sec 32-36.b.