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Minutes <br /> ELK GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> Date: December 3, 1986 <br /> Location: Council Chamber <br /> 901 Wellington Avenue <br /> Members Present: Members Absent: <br /> Leah Cummins, Acting Chairman John Glass, Chairman <br /> Clark Fulton, Acting Secretary <br /> David Paliganoff <br /> George Mullen <br /> Fred Geinosky <br /> Philip Knudsen <br /> Staff Present: <br /> Thomas Rettenbacher, Building Commissioner <br /> Robin Weaver, Administrative Assistant <br /> Others Present: <br /> Michael Figiel, Bennett and Kahn weiler <br /> Stuart Handler, Developer, Strawberry Hill Plaza <br /> Allan Rosenzweig, Architect for Strawberry Hill Plaza <br /> Mr. and Mrs. Quilici, 1581 Oregon Trail <br /> Mr. and Mrs. Allard, 1579 Oregon Trail <br /> Mr. J. Chilikapati, 1589 Oregon Trail <br /> 900-952 Fargo Avenue Screening Plan <br /> (Truck terminal bordering Landmeier Road, east of Fleetwood Lane) <br /> A screening plan consisting of a fiberglass-weaved fence to replace <br /> the poorly maintained existing Scotch Pine screening at 900-952 Fargo <br /> Avenue had been submitted and rejected by the Plan Commission earlier. <br /> Members had concerns regarding future maintenance. <br /> Another Plan was submitted verbally for discussion which consisted <br /> of sixty (60) new trees (mixed evergreen varieties) to bring the total <br /> number of trees back up to the original ninety-six (96). The Plan included <br /> a maintenance contract for twice-weekly care. The height of the evergreens <br /> would initially be 3 - 4 feet. <br /> Clark Fulton noted that the ground level where the trees for screen- <br /> ing are planted is lower than the roadway. George Mullen suggested <br /> that the new trees be seven feet tall as the previous ones would have <br /> been that tall if properly maintained. In response, Michael Figiel of <br /> Bennett and Kahnweiler indicated that over the years some of the trees <br /> were stolen, apparently for use as Christmas trees. Thomas Rettenbacher <br /> stated that ninety-six (96) trees are insufficient to totally block the <br /> view of the building and parking from the roadway. <br /> Staff was directed to review the Plan. <br /> I <br />