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Minutes <br /> ELK GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> Date: Wednesday, July 18, 1984 <br /> Location: Multi-Purpose Room <br /> Municipal Building <br /> 901 Wellington Avenue <br /> The meeting was called to order at 8:20 p.m. by Chairman Glass. <br /> Members Present: Members Absent: <br /> John Glass, Chairman David Paliganoff <br /> Leah Cummins, Secretary <br /> Orrin Stangeland <br /> Clark Fulton <br /> George Mullen <br /> Fred Geinosky <br /> Staff Present: <br /> Thomas Rettenbacher, Building Commissioner <br /> Ray Peterson, Village Engineer <br /> Robin Weaver, Administrative Assistant <br /> Docket 84-4: Petition of John Gullo for Rezoning <br /> Plan Commission members, Mr. Gullo and his witnesses continued the <br /> rezoning discussion from the public hearing held June 20, 1984. Mr. <br /> Gullo's attorney, Chuck Byrum, stressed that the planned building takes <br /> resident concerns into account with respect to building appearance and <br /> use of the building. Clark Fulton questioned the amount of additional <br /> space the building would provide for Noble, Inc. Leah Cummins expressed <br /> her concern that by eliminating one O-T district buffer between residential <br /> and industrial sections, the courts may later force the Village to <br /> abandon O-T buffer zoning in other areas of the Village. She also <br /> stated that allowing additional truck traffic would not serve to protect <br /> the residents. Various members pointed out that it was a great building <br /> for the location but that rezoning of that parcel was not a good idea. <br /> The following motion was made by Leah Cummins, seconded by George <br /> Mullen and passed unanimously: <br /> Motion to deny because the O-T zoning was determined in an <br /> effort to provide a buffer zone between the residential <br /> area to the south and the industrial area to the north. <br /> The rezoning of this property would eliminate this buffer <br /> zone and potentially expose the residential areas to the <br /> south to the less desirable uses of industrial zoning. <br /> in addition, the rezoning of this parcel would jeopardize <br /> the intended O-T zoning of that land to the east to provide <br /> a buffer for the residential development to the east of <br /> the subject parcel and south of Oakton Street. <br />