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MINUTES <br /> ELK GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> September 3, 1975 <br /> The regular meeting of the Plan Commission was called to <br /> order at 8:05 p.m. in the Staff Conference Room of the Municipal Building, <br /> 901 Wellington Avenue. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: STAFF PRESENT: <br /> Richard McGrenera Joseph Misurelli , Adm. Intern <br /> Edward Hauser CONSULTANT PRESENT: <br /> William Shannon Tod Trayser <br /> William Wesley <br /> Thomas Hamilton ATTORNEY PRESENT: <br /> MEMBERS ABSENT: Edward Hofert , Village Attorney <br /> Leah Cummins <br /> Alvin Krasnow <br /> Stanley Klyber <br /> Warren Jacobsen <br /> Amendments to the Minutes of August 20, 1975 <br /> Hamilton noted that the minutes of the August 20, 1975 regular meeting <br /> should be corrected. Hamilton moved that the sentence "Steve Bilheimer, <br /> of Centex Corporation, would prefer to work with Elk Grove Village's <br /> present R-4 PUD district and incorporate within the R-4 the Plan <br /> Commission's reply to the questions presented in the joint memorandum <br /> prepared by the Village Attorney and the Planning Consultant", be <br /> changed to read "The Elk Grove Village Plan Commission would prefer to. <br /> work with Elk Grove Village's present R-4 PUD district. . .". Wesley <br /> seconded the motion. All present voted AYE. <br /> Hamilton noted that Bilheimer would prepare a 'specimen' R-5 <br /> ordinance. McGrenera moved that the minutes be amended to reflect this <br /> change. Wesley seconded the motion. All present voted AYE. <br /> Elk Grove Industrial Park Unit 14 <br /> Shannon moved to approve the subdivision. Hamilton seconded the motion. <br /> All present voted AYE. <br /> Higgins Industrial Park Unit 55 <br /> Wesley moved to approve the subdivision. Hauser seconded the motion. <br /> All present voted AYE. <br /> Vale Tract <br /> The Attorney proceeded to give a synopsis of the Committee of the Whole <br /> meeting of September 2. He stated that the consensus of the Village Board <br /> was not favorable towards granting the developer environmental incentives. <br /> continued . . . <br />