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•' • • <br /> MINUTES <br /> ELK GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> March 22, 1976 <br /> The regular meeting of the Plan Commission was called to order <br /> at 8:30 P.M. on Monday, March 22, 1976 in the Staff Conference Room of <br /> the Municipal Building, 901 Wellington Avenue. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: MEMBERS ABSENT: <br /> Leah Cummins, Chm. Pro Tem Warren Jacobson <br /> Edward Hauser Alvin Krasnow <br /> Thomas Hamilton, Acting Secy. William Shannon <br /> Stanley Klyber STAFF PRESENT: <br /> William Wesley (8:30 P.M. ) Gary Parrin, Admin. Asst. <br /> CENTEX STAFF PRESENT: Thomas Rettenbacher, Building Comr. <br /> Steve Bilheimer Peter Kaleta, Asst. Village Engineer <br /> Tom McCabe Robert Mullen, Admin. Intern <br /> Rick Burton <br /> Parrin sought a recommendation from the Plan Commission that the <br /> Village Board call for a Public Hearing at the request of Arvidson's <br /> Silver Streams. The Commission approved by consensus to so recommend. <br /> A similar recommendation was sought by Parrin for Samuel La Susa, Attorney <br /> for Rountree Commons. Village Attorney Hofert had previously informed <br /> Parrin that a public hearing for special use was necessary, as Rountree <br /> was considering more than one unit on a lot. Alternate dates were <br /> discussed for the hearing, which is to take place after the 15 day <br /> period needed for public notice. La Susa had informed the Village .that <br /> this plan would be submitted on approximately March 25th. <br /> Allied Development Corporation Resubdivision <br /> After inspection of the site plan, the proported resubdivision was <br /> approved by the Commission. Hauser moved for acceptance. Hamilton seconded. <br /> All present voted "AYE". <br /> Centex Industrial Park Unit 199 <br /> The Commission was informed that the site plan had been approved by <br /> the Village Engineer as not in a flood plain. Klyber moved to approve. <br /> Wesley seconded. All present voted "AYE". <br /> Section 22 - Winston Grove <br /> Centex opened the discussion by distributing an illustration of <br /> buildable lot areas and cul-de-sac dimensions . Three architectural types <br /> were shown, with Bilheimer informing the Commission that any new types <br /> would also conform to the illustrated dimensions . Bilheimer stated that <br /> the plan showed that the cul-de-sac problem was fixed, and that an equality <br /> in lot area existed between standard and corner lots. He also mentioned <br /> that all houses would be built to be placed on a 56' building pad. <br />