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Minutes <br /> Elk Grove Village Plan Commission <br /> October 4, 1978 <br /> The regular meeting of the Plan Commission was called to <br /> order by Acting Chairman Hauser at 8:20 p.m. on Wednesday, October 4, <br /> 1978 in the Multi-Purpose Room of the Municipal Building, 901 Wellington <br /> Avenue. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: MEMBER ABSENT: <br /> Edward Hauser, Acting Chairman James Petri <br /> Leah Cummins , Secretary <br /> John Glass STAFF PRESENT: <br /> George Mullen Charles L. Durham, <br /> Orrin Stangeland Administrative Intern <br /> Docket 78-8: Wesley J. Youngs - B-1 , General Business District to <br /> B-3, Automatic Oriented Business District <br /> Wesley J. Youngs and Daniel Sinclair, Attorney, were present to <br /> represent the petitioner. The petitioner was requesting that the <br /> property located on the northwest corner of Bond Street and Higgins <br /> Road be rezoned from B-1 , Business District to B-3, Automatic Oriented <br /> Business District to allow an Auto Parts Store. <br /> Hauser began the questioning by asking if the petitioner planned <br /> to tow in vehicles into the Auto Parts Store or would he bring in the <br /> parts requiring repairs . Youngs replied that his intentions were to <br /> only have the parts brought in for servicing. Hauser acknowledged <br /> Youngs ' statement and noted that if this were the case, the petitioner <br /> could operate under B-1 zoning according to the Building Commissioner. <br /> He continued by stating that B-3 would be needed at the Auto Parts <br /> Store only if automobiles were brought in for servicing. <br /> Sinclair acknowledged Hauser's statement by indicating that the <br /> petitioner would be willing to stay with the B-1 zoning if the use being <br /> requested were permitted. Hauser suggested that the petitioner submit <br /> a letter to the Plan Commission stating the petitioner's intentions to <br /> withdraw his petition for rezoning. <br /> Next, Mullen asked if the petitioner had any plans to include <br /> any other uses in his development that might require B-3 zoning. Sinclair <br /> replied that a deli might be included but he added that if any uses <br /> outside of B-1 zoning were desired, the petitioner would return. <br /> At this point, Hauser suggested the petitioner contact the Building <br /> Commissioner for the specifications of B-1 zoning. He added that the <br /> petitioner's request for B-3 zoning would be removed from the Plan <br /> Commission Agenda with the receipt of a letter from the petitioner <br /> stating his intentions. <br /> Stape Subdivision <br /> The Stape Building Company, purchase contractor of the 120 acre <br /> Schmidt Farm, was seeking approval of the final plat of subdivision. <br /> The subject property is located north of Nerge Road, east of Plum <br /> Grove Road and south of Section 23. <br />