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' • <br /> MINUTES <br /> 'ELK GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> JULY 25, 1977 <br /> The regular meeting of the Plan Commission was called to order by <br /> Chairman William Shannon at 8:15 p.m. on July 25, 1977, in the <br /> Council Chambers of the Municipal Building, 902 Wellington Avenue, <br /> Elk Grove Village. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: MEMBERS ABSENT: <br /> William Shannon, Chairman Leah Cummins <br /> John Glass STAFF PRESENT: <br /> Thomas Hamilton Richard M. Finn, Admin. Ass't. <br /> Edward Hauser Robert Callahan, Bldg. Dept. Supvr. <br /> James Petri <br /> William Wesley <br /> DOCKET 77-10 Annexation and Rezoning 224 Devon Avenue <br /> Ronald Piszczek, the petitioner, was present at the meeting to ask that <br /> the Plan Commission postpone the Public Hearing to a later date. <br /> Mr. Piszczek stated that his attorney had not finished preparing the <br /> necessary legal work required for the Public Hearing. Area residents <br /> and other concerned individuals objected to postponing the hearing. <br /> There were approximately 40 people in attendance for the scheduled <br /> Public Hearing. Mr. Shannon stated that since the petitioner was not <br /> prepared for the Public Hearing the Plan Commission would reschedule <br /> the date for the Public Hearing. Mr. Shannon told the petitioner and <br /> all those present that the Public Hearing would be held on Wednesday, <br /> September 7, 1977 at 8:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers. <br /> DOCKET 77-4 Marathon Service Station <br /> Robert DiLeonardi, Attorney, was present to represent the petitioner. <br /> The petitioner is seeking to annex and rezone an existing service station <br /> located at the northeast corner of Devon Avenue and Rohlwing Road. <br /> Mr. DiLeonardi stated that the test results were available for the <br /> underground fuel tanks. DiLeonardi referred to a letter dated July 22 <br /> from the Elk Grove Deputy Fire Chief, stating that the underground <br /> fuel tanks were acceptable. Shannon noted that he had a copy of the <br /> Deputy Fire Chief's letter. <br /> At this time Mr. DiLeonardi distributed his findingsof fact report which <br /> he was asked to prepare by Chairman Shannon at the Plan Commission Meeting <br /> of June 27, 1977. Mr. DiLeonardi briefly reviewed the report. Hauser <br /> questioned the number of signs that were not in compliance with the Village <br /> regulations. Shannon stated that all non-conforming signs had been taken <br /> down except for two signs. DiLeonardi noted that Village Ordinance <br /> allowed 18-feet high signs, and the two signs in question were 20-feet high. <br /> DiLeonardi requested that a 2-foot variation be made part of the final <br /> agreement. <br /> 1 of 4 <br />