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• <br /> Minutes <br /> ELK GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> Date: Wednesday, June 4, 1986 <br /> Location: Council Chamber <br /> 901 Wellington Avenue <br /> The meeting was called to order at 8:12 p.m. by Secretary Cummins. The <br /> Plan Commission unanimously nominated Cummins as Acting Chairperson <br /> and David Paliganoff as Acting Secretary. <br /> Members Present: Members Absent: <br /> Leah Cummins, Secretary John Glass, Chairman <br /> George Mullen Clark Fulton <br /> David Paliganoff Fred Geinosky <br /> Orrin Stangeland <br /> Others: <br /> Larry Dohrer, owner of Dohrer-Rizzi property <br /> Robert Swiglo, owner of Putt-Putt <br /> Sheldon Rubin, owner of property at southwest corner of <br /> Busse Road and Lunt Avenue <br /> Thomas Stratford, architect representing Rubin <br /> Several unidentified residents <br /> The public hearing was called to order at 8:13 p.m. by Acting Chairperson <br /> Cummins. <br /> Docket 86-5: Dohrer-Rizzi Annexation and Rezoning R-1 to B-2 <br /> (1.166 acres on the north side of Devon Avenue just east of Putt-Putt) <br /> Tom Rettenbacher stated the Village Board had requested that the <br /> Plan Commission hold a public hearing regarding revision of the Village's <br /> Comprehensive Plan. The revisions would change the planned zoning of <br /> all of the properties along Devon Avenue from Berthold's to Salt Creek <br /> to B-2. The change would make the zoning of this area consistent. <br /> Mr. Dohrer stated that he was requesting annexation and rezoning <br /> from R-1 to B-2. He said that an office building would be built in <br /> the center of the lot with parking provided in the front and back <br /> of the building. The purpose of the building would be general office, <br /> not retail. Dohrer said that he wanted to begin construction as soon <br /> as possible. <br /> David Paliganoff inquired why general offices would be the highest <br /> and best use of the land. Mr. Dohrer said that as an architech, he <br /> believed that general office usage would best suit the property at <br /> that location. He further stated that the office building would <br /> most likely be divided up to allow six tenants, for a total of 10,000 <br /> square feet. <br /> Orrin Stangeland asked if there were future plans for expansion. <br /> Dohrer responded that he might add a second story to a portion of the <br /> building at a later date. He could add extra parking for the expansion <br />