Southwestern Las Vegas Valley Residents Oppose Proposed Distribution Center | New
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) – A proposed zone change to allow an inbound distribution center to residents of the South West Valley voicing concerns.
At the corner of Badura Avenue and Cimarron Road is 26 acres of land. There is a zone change sign on the lot citing the proposed use for a distribution center.
Behind the project is Phelan Development, a real estate company based in Newport, California. Their website shows a plan of six proposed buildings on the lot.
Joshua Waeghe is one of the neighboring residents of Skyview Terrace who received a flyer regarding the proposed area change.
“When I realized this was a 26 acre distribution center with 140 bay doors for semi-trailers, I quickly realized that this was definitely not a good thing for the neighborhood. residential, ”Waeghe said.
The Challenger school, a private nursery school, borders the proposed site on Cimarron. The Dominican St. Rose Hospital borders it to the south.
Diesel exhaust from the potential increase in trucking is a concern of residents.
“Pollution. Noise pollution all the time of the night,” said Rick Aco, chairman of the board of the Skyview Terrace Homeowner’s Association. “It doesn’t benefit the neighborhood. We want things that make it a place. where it’s good to live. Increase the value of our properties. We have the rising UnCommons, Station’s Casino, it’s great, it’s going to bring value to this community. “
They have less than two weeks to let other neighbors reach out and voice their concerns to Commissioner Michael Naft.
The Spring Valley city council meeting is expected to discuss the project on Nov. 9 after it was postponed twice. Clark County commissioners could hear the proposal the following week.