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MINUTES <br /> ELK GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> January 24, 1977 <br /> The regular meeting of the Plan Commission was called to <br /> order by Chairman Shannon at 8:07 p.m. on Monday, January 24, 1977, in <br /> the Conference Room of the Municipal Building, 901 Wellington Avenue. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: STAFF PRESENT: <br /> William Shannon, Chairman Thomas Rettenbacher, <br /> Leah Cummins , Secretary Building Commissioner <br /> John Glass Donald Ciaglia, <br /> Edward Hauser Dir. of Public Works/Engineering <br /> William Wesley (8: 10 p.m.) Richard Finn, <br /> MEMBERS ABSENT: Administrative Intern <br /> Thomas Hamilton <br /> Stanley Klyber <br /> Centex - Plat of Easement <br /> Shannon requested Ciaglia to explain the plat . Ciaglia stated that <br /> the easement is needed for the sanitary sewer trunk line which will serve <br /> Section 22 North & South. Shannon asked if there would be any alterations <br /> made when the pipe is put across Salt Creek. Ciaglia said that the pipe <br /> would go under Salt Creek and there would be no permanent alterations . <br /> Hauser made a motion to recommend approval of the plat. Glass <br /> seconded the motion. All present voted 'Aye' ; Absent: Hamilton and Klyber. <br /> Midco Resubdivision <br /> Mr. Foster was present representing Midco. Shannon noted that the <br /> Resubdivision had been corrected and resubmitted. <br /> Cummins made a motion to recommend the plat. Wesley seconded the <br /> motion. All present voted 'Aye` ; Absent: Hamilton and Klyber. <br /> Veterinary Out-Patient Clinic <br /> The Plan Commission, acting as a Zoning Commission, conducted a <br /> Public Hearing on September 13, 1976 to consider a Text Amendment to <br /> the Elk Grove Village Zoning Ordinance No. 842, Section 5.5 B-2 General <br /> Business District, Paragraph 5.52, Subparagraph B, Permitted Uses . The <br /> public transcript is on file and identified as Docket 76-8. <br /> The Plan Commission's original decision was to recommend against <br /> the Text Amendment, but after further consideration felt there was no <br /> conflict in that the veterinary use, with appropriate safeguards , should <br /> be allowed in the B-2 Zoning District. The use as proposed provides a <br /> service closely related to and compatible with, the permitted uses <br /> already recited in the B-2 section of the ordinance. It is not similar <br /> to, nor does it pose problems like those associated with the uses <br /> prohibited in this section of the ordinance. The Commission recognizes, <br /> however, that special safeguards or conditions are desirable to prevent <br />