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Minutes <br /> ELY. GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> Date: Wednesday, February 2, 1983 <br /> Location: 1-fulti-Purpose Room <br /> Elk Grove municipal Building <br /> 901 wellington Avenue <br /> The meeting was called to order by Chairman Glass at 8:13 p.m. <br /> Members Present: Members Absent: <br /> John Glass, Chairman Leah Cummins, Secretary <br /> Clark Fulton George Mullen <br /> Frederick Geinosky David Paliganoff <br /> Orrin Stangeland <br /> Staff Present: <br /> Jon. iWildenberg, <br /> Administrative Assistant <br /> 1950 Pratt Boulevard <br /> The Plan Commission reviewed a letter from the Village Attorney <br /> concerning the co-petition by the Village and warehouse Club for a <br /> text amendment to the Zoning Ordinance which would increase allowable <br /> retail sales space in industrial areas from five percent to twenty <br /> percent of total floor area. <br /> Mr. Teninga and :1r. George Badke were present to request a date <br /> for a public hearing on this matter. <br /> Chairman Glass scheduled the public hearing for March 2, 1983. <br /> (It should be noted that the Village Board previously authorized this <br /> public hearing.) <br /> Hampton Farms Landscape Plans <br /> Mr. Joe Luciani of Centex Homes was present to explain the <br /> landscape plan for street areas of the Hampton Farms development. <br /> Copies of comments from the Foreman of Land and Forestry, Joe <br /> Gdowski, were distributed to the Plan Commission for review. <br /> The Plan Commission requested that Centex Homes provide a state- <br /> ment from the Park District indicating that proposed grading and <br /> seeding on the plan would meet Park District requirements. <br /> It was also requested that Mr. Luciani revise the proposed <br /> plan in accordance with rotations made by the Foreman of Land and <br /> Forestry. <br /> Mr. Luciani submitted additional landscaping plans proposed <br /> for the interjection of plant material around dwelling units in the <br /> Hampton Farms area. He stressed that the aim of the plan was to <br /> establish privacy for each dwelling unit while maintaining a variety <br /> of plant species and colors. <br /> Chairman Glass requested that the "oreman of Land and Forestry <br /> review the plan for such factors as: height mixture of color, general <br /> aesthetics, and disease resistance. <br />