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PLNSUB2013-00139 NTE California Subdivision Amendment 1 Published Date: April 18, 2013
ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING STAFF REPORT
Planning and Zoning
Department of Community
NTE California Subdivision Amendment – Preliminary Plat
PLNSUB2013-00139 1376 S Distribution Drive
Hearing date: April 25, 2013
Applicant: Corbin Bennion, Dominion
Staff: Daniel Echeverria (801) 535-7165
Tax ID: 15-07-477-001 (3975 W California)
15-07-477-003 (1376 S Distribution)
15-07-477-004 (4030 W Advantage)
M-1 Light Manufacturing District
Master Plan: West Salt Lake
Council District: District 2, Kyle LaMalfa
Current Lot Size: 2.87 Acres
Current Use: Vacant
Applicable Land Use Regulations:
20.31 Subdivision Amendments
21A.28.020 M-1 Light Manufacturing Zoning District
A. Preliminary Subdivision Plat B. Department/Division Comments
Request Corbin Bennion, representing LNR CPI Commerce Center, is
requesting a subdivision amendment to the Nin Tech East VIII
subdivision, located at approximately 1376 S Distribution Drive. The
purpose of the amendment is to consolidate three lots into two lots.
The lots are currently vacant. The proposed subdivision amendment is
located in the M-1 Light Manufacturing District.
Staff Recommendation Staff recommends that the Administrative Hearing officer approve the
amendment to the Nin Tech East VIII Subdivision as proposed
according to the findings and analysis in this staff report and the
following conditions of approval:
1. A final subdivision plat application shall be filed with the Planning Division and the final plat shall be recorded with the
Salt Lake County Recorder.
2. Applicant shall comply with all department/division requirements prior to the recording of this plat.
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Project Description The proposed subdivision amendment is located at 1376 S Distribution Drive. The purpose of the amendment is
to consolidate three lots into two lots that are in the existing subdivision Nin Tech East VIII. The lots are
currently vacant, but with the change to the configuration of the lots, they may be developed to accommodate a
light industrial use that is allowed in the zone.
The proposed subdivision amendment, referred to as NTE California, will consolidate Lots 23 & 25, to create
lot 23A (1376 S Distribution Drive.) The amendment will also reduce the size of the existing Lot 22 to create
Lot 22A (4030 W Advantage Circle.) Currently no plans have been submitted for development of the lots.
The proposed subdivision amendment is located in the M-1: Light Manufacturing District. The lots created in
the proposed subdivision must comply with the M-1: Light Manufacturing zoning district standards.
Public Notice, Meetings, Comments Notice of the public hearing for the proposal included:
Public hearing notice mailed on April 12, 2012.
Sign posted on property on April 10, 2012.
Agenda posted on the Planning Division and Utah Public Meeting Notice websites on April 12, 2012.
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Public Comments Staff received no comments about this proposal at the time of publication.
City Department Comments The proposed subdivision was reviewed by the applicable City departments and divisions. The review
comments have been attached to this report as Attachment B. None of the comments would preclude approval
of the project. The applicant will need to submit a revised plat per City department’s comments for final plat
Analysis and Findings Subdivision Amendment Standards for Approval A subdivision amendment petition may be approved only if it meets the requirements specified in Section
20.31.090 of the Salt Lake City Code. The standards for approval are as follows:
A. The amendment will be in the best interests of the city.
Analysis: The purpose of the proposal is to consolidate existing lots in order to accommodate potential new
development. The new lots would conform to the zoning requirements for parcels located in the M-1 zoning
district and would support uses consistent with the ordinance purpose statement. The purpose statement of
the zone supports light industrial uses that generate employment opportunities and promote economic
development. The adjusted lots would continue to allow for the development of vacant and unused land that
is zoned for a light industrial type use.
Finding: Staff finds that the proposed subdivision amendment will be in the best interests of the City.
B. All lots comply with all applicable zoning standards.
Analysis: Staff has reviewed the properties for compliance with all applicable Zoning Ordinance standards
and found that they meet the minimum standards.
The M-1 Zoning District has the following yard and bulk regulations:
District Minimum Lot Area
Maximum Lot Area
Minimum Front and Corner
Interior Side Yard
Minimum Rear Yard
Minimum Lot Width
M-1 20,000 sq ft (.46 acres)
None 15’ None None 80’
There is no maximum lot area limit in this district. The existing lots are 12.87 acres, 6.33 acres, and 7.07
acres in size. The proposed lots, 22A and 23A, are 5.857 acres and 10.41 acres respectively. These lot sizes
meet the minimum lot area requirement of .46 acres (See table above). Proposed lot 22A has an approximate
width of 390 feet measured at the front yard setback from Distribution Road and is not being altered from
the current width. Proposed lot 23A has an approximate width of 160 feet measured at the front yard setback
from Advantage Circle. These meet the minimum lot width requirement of 80 feet.
Finding: Staff finds that the proposed lots comply with the applicable zoning standards.
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C. All necessary and required dedications are made.
Analysis: This proposal was reviewed by all applicable city divisions and departments. The Department of
Airports responded that the owner will need to ensure an avigation easement is recorded for the properties.
Please see Attachment B for the specific requirement. The Transportation Department noted some
requirements regarding access restrictions to the property and new road development.
Finding: The provision of the dedications required by the applicable city divisions and departments in the
final plat process is a condition of approval.
D. Provisions for the construction of any required public improvements are included.
Analysis: No department comments indicated a need for any additional public improvements.
Finding: No additional public improvements are required.
E. The amendment complies with all applicable laws and regulations.
Analysis: The proposed subdivision amendment has been reviewed by pertinent city departments and
divisions as to its adherence to applicable laws and regulations. No departments or divisions had objections
to the request, subject to the conditions as discussed in the staff report and located in Attachment B.
Finding: Staff finds that the amendment meets all applicable laws and regulations.
F. The amendment does not materially injure the public or any person and there is good cause for the amendment.
Analysis: No comments from the public have been received objecting to the proposal as of the publication
of this staff report. The amendment will support the accommodation of potential new light industrial
development that is allowed by the zoning district. The proposed lots comply with the standards of the
zoning ordinance. The standards of the zoning ordinance provide existing property owners, and potential or
future property owners, and tenants a basic understanding of what type of land uses and what types of
development may occur in the area. With the proposal complying with the subdivision regulations, there is
no other known evidence that indicates material injury to the public or any person. Furthermore, the
proposed amendment may make the undeveloped property more marketable, which could result in new
growth and new jobs that would contribute to the City’s economy. This indicates that there is good cause to
amend the subdivision.
Finding: There is no evidence that the proposed subdivision amendment will materially injure the public or
any person and staff finds that there is good cause for the amendment.
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