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I <br /> Minutes <br /> ELK GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> December 16, 1987 <br /> Members Present: Members Absent: <br /> John Glass, Chairman None <br /> Leah Cummins, (9:15 p.m.) <br /> Clark Fulton <br /> Phil Knudsen <br /> Fred Geinosky <br /> George Mullen <br /> Dave Paliganoff <br /> Staff Present: <br /> Tom Rettenbacher <br /> Robin Weaver <br /> GULLO: Text Amendment and Special Use Permit <br /> Others Present: John Gullo, Gullo International Development <br /> Corporation <br /> Charles Byrum, attorney representing <br /> John Gullo <br /> Mr. & Mrs. Parker, 631 E. Oakton <br /> Chuck Byrum presented revised materials regarding the text amendment <br /> for a special use in the I-1 district, consisting of: <br /> 1) an addition to the text amendment to address <br /> bulk regulations; <br /> 2) a definition of "light assembly," <br /> 3) a definition of "waste materials," and <br /> 4) revisions to the Amendment to the Annexation <br /> Agreement regarding setbacks, landscaping and <br /> the site plan. <br /> Copies of a letter from Patrick Lucansky (attorney representing <br /> Carroll Square owners) and copies of a letter from Chuck Byrum to Mr. & <br /> Mrs. Parker were presented (attached to these minutes) . <br /> Fred Geinosky inquired about other areas of the Village which might <br /> be affected by the text amendment, and about precedent for I-1 uses <br /> next to residential areas. The Pecora property (S. side of Higgins <br /> Road, E. of Wildwood Road) , currently unincorporated, could seek <br /> annexation and O-T zoning and this Special Use. The Perrie Grove <br /> Apartments are located adjacent to an I-1 District. <br /> Mrs. Parker, a resident at 631 E. Oakton, noted: 1) that John Gullo <br /> had gone to great efforts to satisfy the surrounding property owners; <br /> 2) that she opposed spot lighting in the manner Gullo has on his <br /> buildings on Lively Blvd. ; and 3) that the Plan Commission and staff <br />