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• • <br /> Minutes <br /> ELK GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> Date: Wednesday, April 23, 1986 <br /> Location: Council Chamber <br /> Municipal Building <br /> 901 Wellington Avenue <br /> The meeting was called to order at 8:23 p.m. <br /> Members Present: Members Absent: <br /> John Glass, Chairman George Mullen <br /> Leah Cummins, Secretary Orrin Stangeland <br /> Clark Fulton <br /> David Paliganoff <br /> Fred Geinosky <br /> Staff Present: <br /> Tom Rettenbacher, Building Commissioner <br /> Robin Weaver, Administrative Assistant <br /> John Coakley, Administrative Intern <br /> Others: <br /> Bob Lux, representing Huntington Square <br /> Jack Schleismann, representing Huntington Square <br /> Jayne Matt, representing Huntington Square <br /> Karen Wirth, Housing Commission Chairperson <br /> Cathy Duoba, Housing Commission Member <br /> Huntington Square <br /> Chairman Glass stated that the Plan Commission had previously <br /> recommended approval of the text amendment and licensing ordinance <br /> for senior congregate housing. The ordinance was currently being <br /> reviewed by staff. The village Board had assigned the ordinance <br /> to the Judiciary, Planning and Zoning Committee for review. Because <br /> the text amendment and licensing ordinance had not yet been approved, <br /> the Plan Commission could not recommend approval of Huntington's <br /> plans. Glass said they could grant an informal approval given that <br /> there are no significant changes in the text amendment when it is <br /> adopted. <br /> Bob Lux inquired if there was any way to speed up the process. <br /> He asked if Huntington could simply receive variations for density, <br /> open space and parking under an A-2 Special Use permit. Later they <br /> could switch over to the text amendment. This action would permit <br /> Huntington Square to begin development sooner. <br /> Chairman Glass stated that the documentation as prepared by <br /> the developer was not sufficient for A-2 Special Use. A change <br /> at this point would require new staff review and slow down the <br /> process even more. He recommended that Huntington Square stick <br /> with the original proposal and wait for the text amendment. <br />