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Minutes <br /> Elk Grove Village Plan Commission <br /> July 5, 1978 <br /> The regular meeting of the Plan Commission was called to order by Acting <br /> Chairman Hauser at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 5, 1978, in the Multi- <br /> Purpose Room of the Municipal Building, 901 Wellington Avenue. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: MEMBERS ABSENT: <br /> Edward Hauser, Acting Chairman Thomas Hamilton <br /> Leah Cummins, Secretary STAFF PRESENT: <br /> John Glass (7 :35) - Gary Parrin, <br /> George Mullen Adsistant Village Manager <br /> James-Petri Thomas Rettenbacher, <br /> Orrin Stangeland Building Commissioner <br /> Charles Durham, <br /> Administrative Intern <br /> Plan Commission Acknowledgement <br /> Acting Chairman Hauser congratulated Orrin Stangeland on his appointment <br /> to the Plan Commission. <br /> Schmidt Farm: Preliminary Site Plan <br /> Joseph Hanlon, Attorney, and Larry Greichunos were present to represent <br /> the Stape Building Company. The petitioner was requesting to annex approximately <br /> 120 acres of property into the Village. The property is located north of Nerge <br /> Road and east of Plum Grove Road. <br /> Hauser began the discussion by noting the recommendations of the Building <br /> Commissioner and Village Engineer in respect to the elimination of the unusable <br /> areas caused by the pointed corner lots abutting the park and detention areas . <br /> He stated that both departments had recommended that the lots be extended to <br /> eliminate the unusable areas. Hauser proposed that the recommendations be <br /> incorporated into the preliminary site plan and the Commission members concurred <br /> with the recommendation. <br /> Next Hauser noted that the Superintendent of Streets had recommended that <br /> the access sidewalks within the proposed development be five feet wide with <br /> two foot buffers on each side (as -included in the preliminary site plan) . The <br /> consensus of the Plan Commission was to concur with the recommendation submitted <br /> by the Superintendent of Streets. <br /> Hauser next addressed the question of which of the two alternative street <br /> accesses should be recommended for approval. (Jersey Lane or Maryland Lane) <br /> He stated that while the Police Chief and Fire Chief were in favor of Jersey Lane <br /> access, he noted that the Village Engineer and Superintendent of Streets pre- <br /> ferred the Maryland Lane access. <br /> Hauser continued by stating that in his opinion the Maryland Lane access <br /> route would mean greater safety for school children. Mullen acknowledged Hauser's <br /> comment but responded by noting his concern over the. Fire Chief's comment that <br /> the Maryland Lane access would mean a greater delay in response time of fire <br /> apparatus. <br />