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0 � <br /> MINUTES <br /> ELK GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> February 3, 1975 <br /> The Podoisky & Associates public hearing was called to order <br /> at 8:08 p.m. on Monday, February 3, 1975 in the Council Chamber of the <br /> Municipal Building, 901 Wellington Avenue. <br /> MEMBERS PRESENT: MEMBERS ABSENT: <br /> Richard McGrenera Thomas Hamilton <br /> Leah Cummins Alvin Krasnow <br /> Joseph Cimino <br /> Edward Hauser STAFF PRESENT: <br /> Marc Grice Thomas Rettenbacher <br /> Stanley Klyber Building Commissioner <br /> William Wesley (8: 15 P.M.) Gary Parrin <br /> Administrative Intern <br /> The petitioner is requesting a special use permit to extend <br /> rail service along the south side of Touhy Avenue. <br /> The Building Commissioner informed the Commission that the <br /> railroad spur to the petitioner's property would cause problems with <br /> the Warner Lambert building's (west of petitioner's property) sprinkler <br /> connection, travel distance to an exit, and the required open space <br /> around the building. <br /> Chairman McGrenera directed the Administrative Intern to acquire <br /> the additional opinion of the Fire Department regarding the special use <br /> request. Additionally, a representative of Calumet Manufacturing Company, <br /> located across the street from the proposed railroad siding, will present <br /> information to support his belief that vibrations caused by the railroad <br /> cars will adversely effect the delicate camera equipment they manufacture. <br /> The hearing adjourned at 9:26 p.m. <br /> Plat of Dedication: Nerge Road <br /> Grice moved to approve the dedication of right-of-way on Nerge <br /> Road. Cimino seconded the motion. All present voted AYE. <br /> Vale Tract <br /> Tod Trayser was present to discuss the Vale parcel with the <br /> Plan Commission members , Mike Ives and Will Liebow. He had requested <br /> from Centex a number of items which will offer the Plan Commission a <br /> better basis upon which to make planning decisions on the Vale Tract. <br /> The density, size and potential land problems are compelling reasons <br /> to obtain the information. <br /> McGrenera informed those present that all land west of <br /> Route 53, whether presently developed or to be developed in the future, <br /> can be considered in density calculations . <br />