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MINUTES <br /> ELK GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> January 10, 1977 <br /> The regular meeting of the Plan Commission was called to <br /> order by Chairman Shannon at 8:20 p.m. on Monday, January 10, 1977, <br /> in the Council Chamber of the Municipal Building, 901 Wellington Avenue. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: MEMBERS ABSENT: <br /> William Shannon, Chairman None <br /> Leah Cummins STAFF PRESENT: <br /> John Glass Thomas Rettenbacher, Bldg. Comr. <br /> Thomas Hamilton Harry Jenkins , Police Chief <br /> Edward Hauser John Henrici , Fire Chief <br /> Stanley Klyber Robert Callahan, Bldg. Supr. <br /> William Wesley Richard Finn, Adm. Intern <br /> MIDCO Resubdivision <br /> Shannon stated that the Resubdivision only showed an 80 foot front <br /> yard line. Rettenbacher noted that the Resubdivision must be in error <br /> because a 100 foot front yard line is required in an 1-2 District. <br /> Shannon requested Rettenbacher to return the MIDCO Resubdivision for <br /> correction. <br /> Public Hearing: Docket 77-1 <br /> Steven Allenbogan was present to represent J . R. Gottlieb and <br /> Associates, landlords for 2202 Landmeier Road. John Finnegan, Attorney <br /> for Greyhound Lines, and Robert Wallace, Regional Director for Greyhound, <br /> were present to represent the petitioner. The petitioners were requesting <br /> a Special Use Permit for establishing a Greyhound Suburban Station in <br /> an 1-2 District. The property to be utilized for the Greyhound Station <br /> is located at 2202 Landmeier Road east of Busse Road. <br /> Wallace stated that the buses would not travel on residential roads <br /> and that the station would handle 3 to 5 buses daily. <br /> Chief Jenkins questioned how much money would be on hand. Mr. Wallace <br /> responded that there would seldom be more than $1 ,500 on the premises . <br /> Hauser asked why Greyhound switched its decision to locate the <br /> suburban station at Rolling Meadows. Mr. Wallace stated that Greyhound <br /> was never committed to Rolling Meadows and that this belief was due to <br /> premature publicity. <br /> Rettenbacher stated that any ordinance that was decided should state <br /> that Greyhound must stay out of the access lane. Shannon asked if there <br /> were any questions from the public. There was no response. The Public <br /> Hearing adjourned at 9:38 p.m. <br /> Hauser made a motion to recommend, under Section 3.32 Special Uses , <br /> the granting of a special use permit for purposes of allowing passenger <br /> service for Greyhound Lines at 2202 Landmeier Road. The station would <br /> primarily serve as a package express center, which is a permitted use, <br /> under the prevailing zone classification for this property. Cummins <br /> seconded the motion. <br /> Wesley noted after the motion was seconded that he wanted the Police <br />