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PLAN COMMISSION MEETING February 23 , 1966 <br /> The members present were: <br /> Steve Schwellenbach, Chairman <br /> John T. Denney <br /> Dick Mc Grenera <br /> Leslie Knudson <br /> Leah Cummins <br /> Gayle Bantner <br /> Bill Ballard <br /> also George Majoris <br /> Leah Cummins moved for the approval of the preliminary and final <br /> plats of Unit #83 Higgins Road Commercial Subdivision Lots 6-10 <br /> inclusive. Les Knudson seconded it; vote was unanimous . <br /> In a discussion of Attorney Hofert 's opinion regarding Tec- <br /> Search, it was the majority of opinion of the Plan Commission <br /> not to recommend termination of the contract or the taking of <br /> any action at this time. We should continue to work with Tec- <br /> Search as long as they comply with their schedule. If the <br /> March 2 , 1966 schedule is not met , drastic action should be <br /> taken at that time. <br /> A discussion was held regarding the 40 acres on the Southwest <br /> Corner of Devon and Arlington Heights Road which lies in Du <br /> Page County. If annexed to the village , the owner would desire <br /> commercial zoning since he plans a drive-in theatre on the north <br /> half of the property. The Plan Commission would look favorably <br /> on residential zoning only and the owner would apply after an- <br /> nexation for commercial zoning on pieces of the property . It <br /> was pointed out that Tec-Search showed a recommendation of resid- <br /> ential zoning for the area in question. The Commission was con- <br /> cerned with the problem of sewage treatment south of Devon and <br /> .also water should Chicago water ever be brought into the village. <br /> Previously , property south of Devon lying in Du Page County was <br /> required to furnish its own sewage treatment plant . The Plan <br /> Commission recommends that the Village Board write a letter to <br /> the property owner pointing out the bad features . <br /> A considerable discussion ensued concerning the A-2 multi-family <br /> zoning presently in the village. They reviewed the present <br /> apartment plats showing the development on the basis of twelve <br /> units per acre and the balance proposed at nineteen units per <br /> acre, <br />