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Minutes <br /> Elk Grove Village Plan Commission <br /> Thursday, July 16, 1981 <br /> The special meeting of the Plan Commission was called to order <br /> at 8:10 p.m. on Thursday, July 16, 1981 in the Multi-Purpose Room of the <br /> Municipal Building, 901 Wellington Avenue. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: MEMBERS ABSENT: <br /> Glass, John R. , Chairman Cummins, Leah, Secretary <br /> Fulton, Clark Mullen, George E. <br /> Geinosky, Frederick C. <br /> Paliganoff, David J. <br /> Stangeland, Orrin J. <br /> STAFF PRESENT: <br /> Gary E. Parrin, Assistant Village Manager <br /> Charles B. Henrici, Fire Chief <br /> James E. Sunagel, Deputy Fire Chief <br /> Thomas F. Rettenbacher, Building Commissioner <br /> Thomas J. Cech, village Engineer <br /> Jon P. Wildenberg, Administrative Assistant <br /> DOCKET 81-6 <br /> The Plan Commission continued the public hearing on the Centex petition <br /> for a text amendment to the Zoning Ordinance. Consideration of the draft <br /> ordinance (dated June 30, 1981) began. <br /> Section 5.37-6 Subdivision Control <br /> Consensus was reached to have items (1) , (2) , (3) , and (4) dropped <br /> from the text amendment. Concerns addressed in items (1) - (4) will be <br /> made part of the conditions attached to the Conceptual Land Use and <br /> Zoning Map. <br /> Section 5.37-1 Purpose <br /> Consensus was reached by all members but Stangeland to maintain <br /> the 20 acre minimum parcel limit. <br /> Section 5.37-2 Uses <br /> Paliganoff desired more precise language concerning uses. Parrin <br /> suggested the addition of a phrase which states: "may include but not be <br /> limited to golf courses, tennis courts, pools, recreational structures <br /> and commercial uses accessory to the recreational uses of the subject <br /> property." Parrin indicated the Village Attorney would be directed to <br /> include the above wording. <br /> Section 5.37-3 General Requirements <br /> A. Rettenbacher noted that if the ordinance should read: "16 units <br /> per buildable acre", then a definition of buildable acre must also be <br /> set forth for purposes of enforcement. Feinstein answered Rettenbacher <br /> by explaining that "Buildable Acre" meant those portions of the Multi- <br /> Family District designated for multi-family use. <br />