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MINUTES <br /> ELK GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> September 27, 1976 <br /> The September 27, 1976 meeting of the Plan Commission was <br /> called to order by Chairman Pro Tem Bill Shannon at 8: 15 P.M. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: MEMBERS ABSENT: <br /> William Shannon, Chm. Pro Tem Alvin Krasnow <br /> William Wesley Stanley Klyber <br /> Edward Hauser <br /> Warren Jacobsen <br /> Thomas Hamilton <br /> Leah Cummins <br /> Also in attendance were Messrs. Thomas Rettenbacher and Bob Callahan; <br /> petitioners and interested citizens. <br /> Centex Section 22 North <br /> As a first order of business , the Commission considered <br /> Centex Section 22 North. They compared the final linen to an earlier <br /> plat, and noted that the checklist was approved by the various Village <br /> departments . This section comprises 158 lots . It was noted that the <br /> pattern of naming streets appeared confusing, and would certainly <br /> present a dilemma to persons unfamiliar with the area. <br /> It was moved by Hauser and seconded by Jacobson that the <br /> final be recommended for approval to the Village Board. All present <br /> voted "aye". <br /> Re-Mi Foods, Inc. <br /> The materials submitted by Polytechnic, Inc. , as well as <br /> Charles Willis ' letter of September 24th, were discussed by the <br /> Commission. Mr. Foster, Attorney for Re-Mi Foods , Inc. , was present <br /> to answer questions . Water availability was of particular concern <br /> to Plan Commission members . Mr. Foster said, -. .". .energy and water <br /> sources are a concern to us every day of our lives. We've heard <br /> about the proposal to bring Lake Michigan water into the Village in <br /> the future, and that gives us confidence that our water requirements <br /> will be met." He went on to say that, "We picked Elk Grove because <br /> you have O'Hare Field close by; you are in the Chicago Freight District; <br /> there's rail at this site; there are good industrial neighbors ;" all of <br /> this portends a good future. He said that Re-Mi Foods, Inc. had con- <br /> sidered relocating in a given 35-mile area, which was narrowed down to <br /> seven. Anyplace with the 35-mile range would present the same water <br /> availability problem to them. Although it was noted that the Director <br /> of Public Works advised that Re-Mi 's 8,000,000 gallon annual water <br /> consumption could be provided "with very little effect on our system",' <br /> Mr. Foster did give us assurance that Re-Mi is working to recycle water <br /> to reduce that rate to something less . Plan Commission members have, <br />