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MINUTES <br /> JOINT MEETING <br /> ELK GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> AND <br /> JUDICIARY, PLANNING AND ZONING COMMITTEE <br /> July 6, 1988 <br /> Members Present: John Glass , Chairman, Plan Commission <br /> Leah Cummins , Plan Commission <br /> Fred Geinosky, Plan Commission <br /> Clark Fulton, Plan Commission <br /> Dave Paliganoff, Plan Commission <br /> James Petri , Chairman, JPZ <br /> Joseph Bosslet, JPZ <br /> Edward Hauser, JPZ <br /> Members Absent: George Mullen, Plan Commission <br /> Staff Present: Thomas Rettenbacher, Bldg. Commissioner <br /> Robin Weaver, Administrative Assistant <br /> Dawn Underhill , Administrative Intern <br /> Charles Henrici , Fire Chief <br /> Others Present: 2 Newsreporters <br /> 10 Citizens (CAFFC) <br /> Chairman Glass called the meeting to order at 8:07 p.m. <br /> FENCE REGULATIONS-ZONING ORDINANCE <br /> The fence regulation proposed by the Plan Commission was clarified <br /> by Thomas Rettenbacher to the JPZ. Chairman Glass iterated that it was <br /> the intention of the Plan Commission to make the fence regulation <br /> consistent throughout the Village. <br /> The issue of legal non-conforming fences that already exist would <br /> be handled if the regulation was passed, and the fence was <br /> unintentionally destroyed. Chairman Petri , of the JPZ, thought it <br /> would be an inconvenience for the resident to have to ask for a <br /> variation from the ZBA everytime this occurred. Clark Fulton (PC) felt <br /> that these fences were exceptions, and should be treated as <br /> exceptions. Tom Rettenbacher suggested that these exceptions could be <br /> heard in front of the Village Board. Chairman Petri advised that the <br /> Village Board might not have the time to handle all the cases. John <br /> Glass recommended that the regulation be phrased in a way that the <br /> Building Commissioner would be vested with authority to approve such <br /> exceptions during the permit process. <br />