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MINUTES <br /> ELK GROVE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> JUNE 6, 1979 <br /> The regular meeting of the Plan Commission was called to order by Acting <br /> Chairman Mullen at 8:05 p.m. on Wednesday, June 6, 1979, in the Council <br /> Chamber of the Municipal Building, 901 Wellington Avenue. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: STAFF PRESENT: <br /> George Mullen, Acting Chairman Thomas Rettenbacher, <br /> Leah Cummins Building Commissioner <br /> Fred Geinosky <br /> John Glass Stephen M. Feller, <br /> Administrative Assistant <br /> MEMBERS-ABSENT: <br /> Orrin Stangeland Charles L. Durham, <br /> Administrative Intern <br /> Acting Chairman <br /> Glass made a motion that Cummins be named as the next Acting <br /> Chairman of the Plan Commission. Geinosky seconded the motion. All <br /> present voted "AYE' . <br /> Docket 79-3: Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks <br /> Elk Grove Village Lodge No. 2423 <br /> The Plan Commission, acting as a Zoning Commission, conducted a <br /> public hearing on the petition of the Benevolent & P,rotective Order of <br /> Elks, Elk Grove Village Lodge No. 2423. The petitioners were request- <br /> ing that the Village continue the Special Use Permit granted to the <br /> Elk Grove Village Lodge No. 2423 for the property located at 115 Gordon <br /> Street. <br /> Ronald Gersdorf was present to represent the petitioners. <br /> Mr. Gersdorf stated that his organization was requesting that the <br /> Village continue the Special Use permit authorizing the property <br /> located at 115 Gordon Street to be used as a lodge and recreation <br /> center. <br /> Cummins began the questioning by asking if the petitioner still <br /> had the arrangement for parking. The petitioner responded that he did <br /> have an agreement and at that point he presented a letter so stating. <br /> Mullen continued the questioning by asking if the use of the building <br /> would be exactly the same as in prior years. The petitioner responded <br /> that the use would remain the same. <br /> Geinosky then asked if the petitioner was aware of any problems <br /> that had been created by the use of the building in previous years. <br /> The petitioner stated .that he was not awareof any problems. Cummins <br /> continued by asking the Building Commissioner if he was aware of any <br /> problems. The Building Commissioner indicated that he had checked <br /> the files and could find no record of any problems. <br /> At that point, Mullen moved to recommend that the Special Use <br /> permit for the property located at 115 -Gordon Street be extended for <br /> a-perTod--of one -year-. --G-lass_ seconded the motion- Al 1 present voted 'AYE' . <br />