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PLAN COMMISSION MEETING • A•1 3 1969 <br /> P <br /> Members Present: <br /> Gayle Bantner <br /> Bill Shannon <br /> Dick Pottker <br /> Tom Hamilton <br /> G. R. Tvrdy <br /> W. R. Ballard <br /> Steve Schwellenbach, Chairman <br /> The Chairman notified the Commission of a meeting to be held at 11 a.m. on April 4, <br /> 1969 concerning roads. Tom Hamilton and Dick Pottker will represent the Plan <br /> Commission. The Chairman also notified the Commission of the Seay & Thomas letter <br /> to the village concerning the annexation of 200 acres. A copy of the reply from the <br /> village manager is attached and will be made a part of the minutes. <br /> Gayle Bantner moved for the approval of the preliminary and final plats of Higgins <br /> Road Commercial Subdivision, Unit 47. It was seconded by Tom Hamilton and the vote <br /> was unanimous. <br /> Gayle Bantner moved for the approval of the Higgins Industrial Park, Unit 2, <br /> subject to the submission of a formal street layout that would meet with the <br /> approval of the Plan Commission. It was seconded by Tom Hamilton. Upon roll call, <br /> all members voted in the affirmative with the exception of Mr. Tvrdy. <br /> Gayle Bantner moved for the approval of the Higgins Industrial Park, Unit 1, <br /> subject to the submission of a formal street layout that would meet with the <br /> approval of the Plan Commission. It was seconded by Bill Shannon. Upon roll call, <br /> all members voted in the affirmative with the exception of Mr. Tvrdy. <br /> On Centex Unit 121, it was decided to refer it to the village attorney to see if <br /> rear easements comply with the ordinance. <br /> Dick Pottker moved for the approval of the final plat of Ryg's subdivision in <br /> Devon O'Hare Industrial Park, Unit 1. It was seconded by Bill Shannon; vote was <br /> unanimous. <br /> Mr. Ed Kirk representing the United Investment Co. appeared before the Commission <br /> to discuss the proposed changes as represented by a preliminary plat for apartment <br /> development in the planned unit acreage. It was the Commission's opinion that said <br /> changes would require a public hearing since they were considered to be major ones. <br /> The balance of the meeting was devoted to discussion on Home Avenue in Section 17. <br /> Respectfully subdAte. , <br /> W. R. Ballard, Secretary <br />