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Minutes <br /> Elk Grove Village Plan Commission <br /> Monday, July 21, 1980 <br /> The special meeting of the Plan Commission was called to <br /> order at 8:00 p.m. on Monday, July 21, 1980 in the Council Chamber <br /> of the Municipal Building, 901 Wellington Avenue. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: <br /> Kenna, Edward W. , Chairman <br /> Cummins, Leah, Secretary <br /> Glass, John R. <br /> Mullen, George E. <br /> Stangeland, Orrin J. <br /> Paliganoff, David J. <br /> MEMBERS ABSENT: <br /> Geinosky, Frederick C. <br /> STAFF PRESENT: <br /> Stephen M. Feller, Administrative Assistant <br /> Thomas J. Zappa, Administrative Intern <br /> Thomas F. Rettenbacher, Building Commissioner <br /> Norman E. Samelson, Village Attorney <br /> Docket 80-4: U.S. Home Petition to Revise the Approved <br /> Amended Site Plan for the Condominium Phase <br /> of the Planned Unit Development at <br /> Village on the Lake <br /> Frederick Bragiel, Attorney, Dave Ziacheck, Attorney, Walt Wilson, <br /> Division President for U.S. Home, Greg Snyder, Project Manager for U.S. <br /> Home, Rolf Campbell, Land Planner, and Ed Karakomi, Architect, were <br /> present to represent the petitioners. The petitioners were requesting <br /> that the Village revise the approved 1973 site plan for Parcel D of <br /> the Planned Unit Development at the Village on the Lake. The approved <br /> 1973 site plan provided for three five-story buildings with 282 units. <br /> The petitioners were requesting the revision in order to construct <br /> four three-story buildings with 276 units. The property consists of <br /> approximately 11.6 acres of land located at the northeast corner of <br /> Biesterfield and Leicaster Roads. <br /> Kenna began by asking the Village Attorney to address the question <br /> of separate homeowners associations. Samelson answered by stating that <br /> separate homeowners associations would be responsible for their own <br /> areas of concern. He declared that the ordinance allows more than one <br /> ownership association as long as the parcel develops in accordance with <br /> the Plan. Samelson concluded by saying that the Commission should not <br /> involve itself with private property rights. <br /> Glass questioned if the proposed change from the original concept <br /> would protect new and existing residents in such matters as the sharing <br /> I <br />