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Minutes <br /> Elk Grove Village Plan Commission <br /> October 19, 1977 <br /> The regular meeting of the Plan Commission was called to order by <br /> Chairman Shannon at 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 19, 1977 in the <br /> Council Chamber of the Municipal Building, 901 Wellington Avenue, Elk <br /> Grove Village. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: STAFF PRESENT: <br /> William Shannon, Chairman Richard M. Finn, <br /> Leah Cummins, Secretary Administrative Assistant <br /> John Glass <br /> Thomas Hamilton <br /> Edward Hauser <br /> James Petri <br /> William Wesley (8:45 p.m.) <br /> Rohlwing Grove Shopping Center <br /> Shannon noted that since the 7-Eleven Public Hearing, he had <br /> investigated the outside lighting at the Rohlwing Grove Shopping Center. <br /> Shannon continued by stating that in his opinion, the glare from the <br /> outside lighting was highly undesirable. Glass agreed with Shannon <br /> and he stated that if the shopping center complied with the Village's <br /> outside lighting requirements, then he did not want to see any similar <br /> types of development until the requirements were made more restrictive. <br /> Shannon suggested that the Plan Commission address the lighting <br /> problem and he directed that the item be placed on the Commission's <br /> agenda. Shannon also requested that the Village staff make arrangements <br /> with a knowledgeable lighting expert to discuss the issue with the Plan <br /> Commission. <br /> Docket 77-17: Regency Square/Perrie Grove Phase II <br /> Bob Brodley, Rudy Gaston and Ben Rozanski , present owners of Phase I ___ __ <br /> of Regency Square, were present along with Larry Dohrer, Architect, to <br /> represent the petitioners. The petitioners were requesting a Special <br /> Use to establish a multi-family dwelling under the Village's A-2 District. <br /> The proposed facilities would be constructed by two different developers . <br /> The first plan was for the development of the south half of the tract by <br /> Elk Grove Development Associates . The second plan was for the development <br /> of the northern half of the tract by Bianco Development Company. <br /> Hauser requested that the Village Engineer investigate whether the <br /> proposed development would cause any flooding problems in the area. <br /> Shannon next asked if the petitioners pursued the shared parking <br /> that was proposed at the October 5th Commission meeting. Rozanski <br /> stated that he had not contacted any of the industrial users; however, <br /> he noted that he would like to pursue the concept in the future. Rozanski <br /> continued by stating that he felt that any shared parking agreement <br /> would take a considerable amount of time and it might not be worth <br /> planning on shared parking at the present time. Shannon stated that it <br />