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Minutes <br /> ELIC GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> Date: Wednesday, October 2, 1985 <br /> Location: Multi-Purpose Room <br /> Municipal Building <br /> 901 Wellington Avenue <br /> The meeting was called to order by Chairman Glass at 7:18 p.m. <br /> Members Present: Members Absent: <br /> John Glass, Chairman None <br /> Leah Cummins, Secretary <br /> Clark Fulton <br /> Fred Geinosky <br /> George Mullen <br /> David Paliganoff <br /> Orrin Stangeland <br /> Staff Present: <br /> Tom Rettenbacher, Building Commissioner <br /> Robin Weaver, Administrative Assistant <br /> John Coakley, Administrative Intern <br /> Others Present: <br /> Chuck Byrum, Attorney representing Nerge Center, Ltd. Partnership <br /> Leo Lena ghan, representing Nerge Center, Ltd. Partnership <br /> Dave Jones, Vice-President, Xian Restaurants <br /> Special Location Plan - Nerge Center <br /> Chuck Byrum presented the request for shared parking for Mr. Donut <br /> and Xian restaurant. He stated that although Mr. Donut was open 24 hours, <br /> the peak business hours were in the mornings prior to 10 a.m. Xian <br /> restaurant would be open from 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. and therefore the peak <br /> hours of the two businesses would not overlap. <br /> Dave Jones stated that Xian Restaurant is a new concept. There <br /> are only four others in the entire Chicago area: Mount Prospect, <br /> Westmont and two on Wells. The restaurant is a Chinese carry-out with <br /> free delivery service. Mr. Jones stated projection figures of 80% - <br /> 95% of Xian business would be delivery, not carry-out. Therefore, the <br /> business should be classified as a delivery service, not carry-out. <br /> Tom Rettenbacher explained that under the Village Codes, the <br /> restaurant falls under the carry-out definition. He stated that as <br /> a carry-out restaurant, Xian was required to have 27 parking spaces. <br /> Tom Rettenbacher then responded to George Mullen's question, stating <br /> that at present the shopping center would comply with Village parking <br /> space requirements. However, no other vacant units there could be used. <br /> Chuck Byrum noted that Xian would have no more than five employees <br /> at one time. In addition, as a delivery service, three of the employee <br /> owned cars would be used for delivery. <br /> Leo Lenaghan said that there was a total of 69 parking spaces on <br /> the lot. With the shared parking that number of spaces would meet <br /> projected needs for the future. Without shared parking, the shopping <br /> center would be 22 spaces short of the required amount. <br />