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. i • <br /> MINUTES <br /> Elk Grove Village Plan Commission <br /> October 3, 1979 <br /> The regular meeting of the Plan Commission was called to order by <br /> Chairman Kenna at 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 3, 1979 in the <br /> Multi-Purpose Room of the Municipal Building, 901 Wellington Avenue. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: STAFF PRESENT: <br /> Edward W. Kenna, Jr. , Chm. Gary E. Parrin, <br /> Leah Cummins, Secretary Assistant Village Manager <br /> Donna O. Farley Stephen M. Feller, <br /> Frederick C. Geinosky Administrative Assistant <br /> John R. Glass <br /> George E. Mullen <br /> Orrin J. Stangeland <br /> Minutes <br /> Mullen made a motion to approve the Plan Commission minutes of September <br /> 19, 1979. Geinosky seconded the motion. All present voted 'AYE' . <br /> Hollanders 2nd Resubdivision <br /> Richard Hollander was present to speak on behalf of his request for a <br /> two lot resubdivision of property located approximately 178 feet south <br /> of the southeast corner of Pratt Boulevard and Busse Road. Hollander <br /> stated that he hoped to build a restaurant on "Lot 1", and had not yet <br /> decided exactly what use would be made of "Lot 2". He added that the <br /> 35 foot wide strip of land on the southwestern portion of "Lot 2" would <br /> serve to provide access to Busse Road. <br /> Kenna noted that the Plat had been reviewed and approved by both <br /> the Engineering and Building Departments. <br /> Mullen moved to recommend approval of the Plat. Cummins seconded <br /> the motion. All present voted 'AYE' . <br /> Regency Square Landscaping Plan <br /> Robert Brodly and Martin Gaughan were present to represent the developers <br /> of the Regency Square Phase 2 project. Brodly related that he had <br /> submitted a proposed landscaping and screening plan to the operating <br /> departments for their review. Feller reported that a final staff review <br /> had not been completed, but that a preliminary review had indicated that <br /> the Plan was deficient in several areas. <br /> Glass stated that the plan was not ready to be brought to the Plan <br /> Commission, and that it should be returned to the developer for further <br /> refinement. Brodly asked what specific aspects of the plan were not <br /> acceptable. Kenna responded that the plan must meet with the approval <br /> of the operating departments and also place greater emphasis on <br /> screening the property from the single family dwellings located to <br /> the west of the project. Kenna added that the screening material <br /> should be effective throughout the year and at least six feet in height. <br />