Laserfiche WebLink
M M <br /> Minutes <br /> ELK GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> October 10, 1974 <br /> The special meeting of the Elk Grove Village Plan Commission <br /> was called to order by Chairman McGrenera at 9:20 P.M. on Thursday, <br /> October 10, 1974 in the Council Chamber of the Municipal Building, 901 <br /> Wellington Avenue. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: Richard McGrenera <br /> Marcus Grice <br /> Leah Cummins <br /> William Wesley <br /> Thomas Hamilton <br /> MEMBERS ABSENT: Edward Hauser <br /> Joseph Cimino <br /> Alvin Krasnow <br /> PLANNING CONSULTANT PRESENT: <br /> Alan Trayser <br /> STAFF PRESENT: Thomas Rettenbacher, Building Commissioner <br /> Gary Parrin, Administrative Intern <br /> Addition to Minutes of October 3, 1974 <br /> H. Peter Kaleta, at the October 3 meeting of the Plan Commission, <br /> advised the Commissioners of the change in Section 21 ' s retention pond. <br /> It was changed from a wet to a dry retention pond. The change was <br /> requested by the Elk Grove Village Park District. <br /> Reliance Resubdivision <br /> The first order of business was the Yankee Doodle Dandy request <br /> for a special use permit. Mr. DiVito was accompanied by the Executive <br /> Vice-President of Yankee Doodle Dandy and their lawyers . <br /> Wesley referred to the Assistant Village Manager's reply to <br /> his question pertaining to the definition of a front yard for Industrial <br /> Districts . Chairman McGrenera read the reply to the Yankee Doodle <br /> representatives . Parking is prohibited in the required 25' from the <br /> property line. This would eliminate approximately 14.5 parking stalls . <br /> At this time Hamilton raised the point that the petitioners <br /> must file an application with the North Cook County Soil and Water <br /> Conservation District for land characteristic information. Otherwise, <br /> the petitioners are in violation of State law. <br /> Cummins asked if any consideration was given to the request <br /> for planting trees. In reply, the Executive Vice-President of Yankee <br /> Doodle stated that since an additional 25' is required as front yard, <br /> eliminating almost 15 stalls, he would be more respondent toward a <br />