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Minutes <br /> ELK GROVE VILLAGE PLAN COMMISSION <br /> Date: Wednesday, February 19, 1986 <br /> Location: Council Chamber <br /> Municipal Building <br /> 901 Wellington Avenue <br /> The meeting was called to order at 8:12 p.m. by Chairman Glass. <br /> Members Present: Members Absent: <br /> John Glass, Chairman None <br /> Leah Cummins, Secretary <br /> Fred Geinosky <br /> Clark Fulton <br /> David Paliganoff <br /> Orrin Stangeland <br /> George Mullen <br /> Others: <br /> Peter Trapalino, Vice President of Sixpence Inn <br /> Bill Ruff, Director of Development, Sixpence Inn <br /> Stuart Handler, Developer of Strawberry Hill <br /> Alan Rosenzweig, Architech, Rosenzweig and Associates <br /> Sixpence Inn (SW corner of Busse Road and Oakton Street) <br /> Peter Trapalino explained the need for a one year extension to <br /> the existing Special Use Permit for a restaurant in I-1 zoning. He <br /> said that no restaurant had yet signed a contract to build on the lot <br /> as Sixpence has been expending their energies with the 100 room building <br /> addition. <br /> George Mullen asked if the lack of a restaurant hurt the motel 's <br /> business. Mr. Trapolino responded that a restaurant would be an <br /> asset but the lack of one has not hurt business. He also stated <br /> that once the new addition opens, the motel would be big enough <br /> to support a restaurant. <br /> Leah Cummins suggested that the Village's economic development <br /> consultants might be able to assist Sixpence to find a restaurant. <br /> George Mullen asked why the requested extension was only for <br /> one year. Peter Trapalino stated that he would prefer having two <br /> years. <br /> John Glass stated that the reason the Special Use Permit was <br /> limited to one year after the motel was built, in the first place, <br /> was to ensure the maintenance of the lot. Bill Ruff stated that the <br /> approval of a two year extension would assist Sixpence in finding a <br /> restaurant. <br /> Following further discussion, George Mullen made a motion to <br /> recommend a two year extension of the Special Use Permit and Leah <br /> Cummins seconded it. Fred Geinosky stated that Sixpence would <br /> still be responsible for maintaining the lot. The vote for approval <br /> passed unanimously. <br />