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Minutes <br /> Elk Grove Village Plan Commission <br /> July 12, 1978 <br /> The special meeting of the Plan Commission was called to order <br /> by Acting Chairman Hauser at 8:01 p.m. on Wednesday, June 21 , 1978 in <br /> the Multi-Purpose Room of the Municipal Building, 901 Wellington Avenue. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: MEMBERS ABSENT: <br /> Edward Hauser, Acting Chairman Orrin Stangeland <br /> Leah Cummins, Secretary STAFF PRESENT: <br /> John Glass Thomas Rettenbacher, <br /> Thomas Hamilton (10:00 p.m.) Building Commissioner <br /> George Mullen Richard M. Finn, <br /> James Petri Administrative Assistant <br /> Preliminary Review of the Proposed Annexation and <br /> Rezoning of the Brown Property <br /> Robert Brown, the petitioner, was present to request the Plan <br /> Commission's views on a proposed rezoning and annexation. The petitioner <br /> noted that it was his intention to petition the Village for annexation <br /> of approximately five acres of property located on the north side of <br /> Devon Avenue between Salt Creek and the Commonwealth Edison right-of-way. <br /> Brown further noted that his petition for annexation would be made con- <br /> tingent on the rezoning of the front section of the subject property to <br /> B-3, Automotive Oriented District. Brown continued by stating that the <br /> rear section of the property would be zoned R-3, Residential District <br /> which would be consistent with the Village's Official Map. He noted <br /> that it was his intention to subdivide the five acre lot into two lots , <br /> so that the rear lot could be used to develop one residential unit which <br /> would be occupied by his family. <br /> At that point, the Building Commissioner stated that if the five <br /> acre parcel were subdivided, the petitioner would have to provide access <br /> into the proposed residential area. Brown responded by stating that it <br /> was his intention to provide a private driveway which would allow ingress/ <br /> egress from the proposed residential area. <br /> Brown concluded his presentation by requesting the Plan Commission <br /> to comment on the feasibility of his proposed rezoning and annexation. <br /> Glass responded by stating that the subject property appeared to be large <br /> enough to permit proper development; however, he noted that the Commission <br /> would be faced with the same problem relating to the existing residential <br /> units that were located near the proposed development. <br /> Hauser stated that before the Plan Commission could comment on any <br /> proposed development on Devon Avenue, the Commission would have to discuss <br /> the entire situation and make some type of decision about the future <br /> development along Devon Avenue. <br /> At that point, Hauser noted that if the petitioner wished to pursue <br /> the proposed rezoning and annexation, he would have to formal petition <br /> the Village for annexation. <br />