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MINUTES <br /> ELK GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> November 5, 1975 <br /> The regular meeting of the Plan Commission was called to <br /> order at 8:05 p.m. on Wednesday, November 5, 1975 in the Staff Conference <br /> Room of the Municipal Building, 901 Wellington Avenue. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: MEMBERS ABSENT: <br /> William Shannon Edward Hauser <br /> Alvin Krasnow <br /> Thomas Hamilton STAFF PRESENT: <br /> Leah Cummins Gary Parrin, <br /> Warren Jacobsen Administrative Assistant <br /> Stanley Klyber Thomas Rettenbacher, <br /> William Wesley (8:58) Building Commissioner <br /> Arvidson: 30 Acres , Preliminary Plan <br /> Joe Arvidson, Bob DiLeonardi and Rolf Campbell were present to <br /> discuss a preliminary site plan for the Arvidson 30 acre tract. <br /> The plan was devised to conform to the soil limitations , <br /> flooding, and natural drainage. <br /> Arvidson proposed the construction of two types of buildings : <br /> 57 - Two story, 6-flat buildings 342 D.U. <br /> 2 - Four & one-half story, mid-rise bldgs. 108 D.U. <br /> Total5T+-0 D.U. <br /> The plan showed two parking stalls per dwelling unit with the <br /> underground parking available at the mid-rise buildings . <br /> Hamilton informed Arvidson that the use of a homeowner's <br /> association for maintenance of open space and the lake area may pose a <br /> problem. In addition, the taxing of the private open space places a <br /> heavy tax burden on members of an association. <br /> Shannon asked why single family homes were not considered <br /> for the property since those are the dwelling unit types to the north <br /> and east boundaries of the 30 acre tract. In addition, Szwalla also <br /> proposes single family homes for his property to the west of Arvidson. <br /> Rolf Campbell responded that the Arvidson property has unique <br /> problems such as poor soils , flooding, and drainage flows . The possibility <br /> of placing single family residences on the land was considered, but it <br /> was found that only 60 homes or so could be built on the land. <br /> Rettenbacher informed Arvidson that he may wish to consider <br /> additional recreation, storage for sailboats , a maintenance shop and <br /> storage of maintenance equipment, association meeting facilities , show <br /> architectural structures on the site plan and have proper alignment of <br /> streets. <br /> Shannon commented that he felt the density was a little heavy <br /> and further consideration given to where buildings are placed. Parking <br /> abuts the length of the west property boundary. Additionally, if the <br /> developer were to sell individual buildings to separate buyers, who in <br /> turn rent the units , Shannon felt that a number of problems would be <br /> realized such as we currently have at Carroll Square. <br />