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Minutes <br /> Elk Grove Village Plan Commission <br /> March 1 , 1978 <br /> The regular meeting of the Plan Commission was called to <br /> order by acting Chairman William Wesley at 9: 10 P.M. on Wednesday, <br /> March 1 , 1978 in the Council Chamber of the Municipal Building, 901 <br /> Wellington Avenue. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: MEMBERS ABSENT: <br /> William Wesley, Acting Chairman William Shannon <br /> Leah Cummins, Secretary Thomas Hamilton <br /> John Glass STAFF PRESENT: <br /> Edward Hauser Richard M. Finn, <br /> James Petri Administrative Assistant <br /> Docket 78-3: Berg Annexation and Rezoning <br /> The Plan Commission, acting as a Zoning Commission, reconvened <br /> a Public Hearing held on February 15, 1978 to consider evidence for <br /> the establishment of an office building on approximately one acre of <br /> land located at 304 Devon Avenue. The petitioner was requesting that <br /> the subject property be annexed into the Village contingent on the <br /> property being rezoned to 0-T, Office Transitional District. The <br /> Village's Official Map indicates the property to be zoned R-3, Residential <br /> District. <br /> Brian Berg, Engineer, was present to represent the petitioner. <br /> Wesley began the hearing by stating that the Plan Commission had <br /> rescheduled the Public Hearing to enable Mr. Berg adequate time to <br /> obtain a letter of direction from the owners of the property authorizing <br /> him to appear on their behalf. <br /> Mr. Berg began his presentation by stating that he had obtained <br /> the required letter of direction from the property owners. Berg <br /> continued by submitting a Plat of Survey and a Plat of Annexation to <br /> the Plan Commission. Berg noted that he proposed to develop the <br /> property in two phases . During the first phase he planned to enlarge <br /> the existing parking lot, demolish the existing small shack, provide <br /> a general cleanup of the property site, and remodel the existing <br /> residential structure. Berg stated that during the first phase <br /> (approximately 5 years) he planned on occupying the existing residential <br /> structure for his professional offices . Berg concluded by stating <br /> that he became financially able, he would begin the second phase of <br /> the proposed project. He noted that the second phase included the <br /> construction of a new office building and the demolishing of the <br /> existing residential structure. He noted that the subject property <br /> would be fully developed within a five to ten year period. <br /> Hauser began the questioning by asking Berg's reaction to the <br /> Police Department's statement that the ten year time period for the <br /> subject property was excessive. Berg responded by stating that he <br /> did not feel that the time period was excessive because the ten year <br />