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Minutes <br /> Elk Grove Village Plan Commission <br /> Wednesday, November 17, 1982 <br /> The regularly scheduled meeting of the Plan Commission was called to <br /> order at 8:15 p.m. on Wednesday, November 17, 1982 in the Multi-Purpose <br /> Room of the Municipal Building, 901 Wellington Avenue. <br /> Plan Commission Members Present: <br /> John R. Glass, Chairman <br /> Leah Cummins, Secretary <br /> George E. Mullen <br /> David J. Paliganoff <br /> Orrin J. Stangeland <br /> Clark Fulton <br /> Frederick C. Geinosky <br /> Centex Homes Representatives: <br /> Gerald Harker, President - Midwest <br /> Joe Luciani, Vice President - Midwest <br /> Russel Taylor, Land Planner <br /> Housing Commission Members Present: <br /> Karen C. Wirth, Chairperson <br /> Suzanne F. Miller <br /> Staff Present: <br /> Jon Wildenberg, Administrative Assistant <br /> Alternative Housing Concept of Centex Homes <br /> Chairman Glass related that Staff had informed him of the Village <br /> Board's comments regarding the alternate housing concept as proposed. <br /> In short, the Board finds many aspects of the plan objectionable. <br /> Among the points are: <br /> - Installation of sidewalk on one side of the street; <br /> - Reduced side yards; <br /> - Reduced street right-of-way (from 60' to 50') ; and <br /> - A preponderance of cul-de-sacs. <br /> Mr. Harker acknowledged receipt of a similar message from Staff <br /> and further stated that he believes mutual agreement could be reached <br /> on all objectionable items and that he would like to proceed with the <br /> concept. Centex is seeking direction as to which zoning classification <br /> or text changes would accommodate the alternate housing. <br /> Stangeland questioned the purpose of meeting with Centex at this <br /> time and also stated that if a public hearing is required, then Centex <br /> should petition instead of continuing the informal meeting process. <br /> Paliganoff noted that if mortgage interest rates begin to decline, <br /> then the affordability of housing currently planned for Section 23 <br /> increases. Paliganoff observed that affordable housing could merely <br /> be a function of mortgage interest rates; therefore, Centex would be <br />