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08/03/1987e e ´┐Ża August 3,--1987 The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Deerfield was called to order by the Clerk in the Council Chamber of the Village Hall on Monday, August 3, 1987, at 8:00 P.M. The Clerk called the roll and announced that the following were Present: Bernard Forrest, Mayor Harriet E. Rosenthal Edwin B. Seidman J. Robert York and that a quorum was present and in attendance. Also present were Village Manager Robert Franz and Village Attorney James Stucko. Trustee Seidman moved, seconded by Trustee Rosenthal, that the minutes of the previous meeting be approved. Motion carried unanimously. POLICE DEPARTMENT - Chief of Police Richard Brandt appeared before OBJECTIVES the Board and briefly reviewed his semi - annual progress report. He reported burglaries are down significantly, however, thefts are up. Traffic accidents increased 17% but there was a decrease in injury..accidenf-s...Average response time for police service is 3.5 minutes, an increase from last year's 3.0 minutes. CLAVEY PARK - Village Manager Robert Franz read the Plan SPECIAL USE Commission's recommendation regarding the Park District's petition for an amendment to a Special Use to allow lighting of Diamond #12 in Clavey Park and certain conditions and understandings between the Park District and the Clavey Park homeowners. Discussion focused on the intensity of the lights, off street parking for the field, the 11 P.M. curfew and proposed landscaping. Adelaide Sandy, a Clavey Park resident, appeared before the Board and sought assurance that the Park District would fulfill its obligations as outlined in the Plan Commission recommendation. Trustee Rosenthal requested comparison figures from the Park District on the light intensity at Diamond #10. She also urged the Park District to plan its activities for the benefit of Deerfield residents, not employees of offices located in the Village. Mayor Forrest commented that, although it was a long and - arduous pro- cedure, it appeared that we now had a compromise.acceptable to most parties. He complimented the home owners and the Park District on their efforts to resolve differences and urged the Board to approve the Plan Commission's recommendation., Trustee Rosenthal moved, seconded by rustee Seidman, that the recommenda- tion of the Plan Commission.re: Pa District request for amendment to Special Use for lights on Diamond at Clavey Park be accepted and the Attorney directed to prepare-the necessary ordinance. Motion carried unanimously. Mr. Daniel Field, attorney representing the Park District, requested permission to begin the necessary work involved at Clavey Park, at their own risk, before the ordinance is passed.* Permission was granted PARKWAY NORTH PUD/ Petitioners are seeking to modify the original SPECIAL USE - concept approval for the Parkway North property MARRIOTT HOTEL to receive a Special Use for a hotel. Questions were raised by the Board concerning estimated tax figures and the reduction of parking spaces for the hotel. Mary Ann Cronin and Pat Hunt, representing the Deerfield` Saunders Joint Venture, and Mike Kamp of the Marriott Corporation, responded to inquiries. Board members were--not satisfied with the presentation by petitioners and suggested they provide more specific information on tax numbers and parking requirements at the next Board meeting.. ja(j Trustee'York moved, seconded by Trustee Seidman, that the recommendation of the Plan Commission re: amendment to Parkway North PUD - Special Use Hotel /Deerfield and Saunders Roads be tabled until the next meeting. Motion carried unanimously. FINAL PLAT - Trustee Seidman moved, seconded by Trustee RESUBDIVISION, BREEN Rosenthal, that the recommendation of the Plan Commission re the Final Plat of Resubdivision, Breen - Western terminus of Meadow Lane (James Court) to be in substan- tial conformance be approved. Motion carried unanimously. RED ROOF INN Trustee Rosenthal moved, 'seconded by Trustee SUBDIVISION Seidman to accept the report of the Plan Commission approving the Werhane property /Red Roof Inn Sub- division. It was noted that this matter was before the Board because the property is located within 1k miles of Deerfield's boundaries and, there- fore, is required to be reviewed under the State Statutes. Motion carried unanimously. CONSENT AGENDA Trustee Seidman moved, seconded by Trustee Rosenthal, to remove from the Consent Agenda the expansion of Ada's Delicatessen and the Lake Cook Plaza Signage Plan. Motion carried unanimously. ORDINANCE 0 -87 -35 Don Parker, a General Partner of Lake Cook Plaza, LAKE COOK SIGNAGE reported on th status of widening the entry PLAN road to Lake Cook Plaza. Bay Street restaurant, which had agreed to pay for.this project, is no longer interested in the property. Another tenant is considering the site and has agreed to pay the cost of widening the entry road. In the event the prospective tenant's plan is not approved, the owners of Lake Cook Plaza are prepared to pay for this road widening and will begin construction before winter. Truste Rosenthal moved, seconded by Trustee York, that the ordinance regarding the Lake Cook Plaza.Signage Plan be adopted. Motion carried by the following vote: AYES: Forrest, Rosenthal, Seidman, York (4) NAYS: None (0) AMENDMENT /ZONING Ordinance approving text amendment to Zoning ORDINANCE - FLEX Ordinance-re: Flex Tech facility.. First reading. TECH FACILITY AMENDMENT /ZONING Ordinance amending Zoning Map regarding Flex MAP - FLEX .TECH Tech facility. First reading. SPECIAL USE - PUD Ordinance authorizing Special Use, PUD, F1ex.Tech FLEX TECH fac.ility. First reading. PUBLIC NUISANCE Ordinance amending Public Nuisance Assemblages ASSEMBLAGES Ordinance. First reading. LIQUOR LICENSE - Ordinance re change in liquor license ordinance DELIVERY SERVICE to permit delivery service. First reading. REZONING MEADOW Ordinance rezoning western-terminus of Meadow Lane LANE - BREEN (James Court) Breen property. First reading. Trustee Seidman moved, seconded by Trustee Rosenthal, that the Consent Agenda be approved. Motion carried unanimously. ORDINANCE 0 -87 -34 Trustee York moved, seconded by Trustee Rosenthal, AMENDMENT LAKE COOK that the ordinance amending Lake Cook Plaza PUD PLAZA PUD /EXPANSION granting expansion of Ada's Delicatessen be ADA'S DELICATESSEN adopted. Motion carried by the following vote: AYES: Forrest, Rosenthal, Seidman, York (4) NAYS: None (0) ORDINANCE 0 -87 -35 Don Parker, a General Partner of Lake Cook Plaza, LAKE COOK SIGNAGE reported on th status of widening the entry PLAN road to Lake Cook Plaza. Bay Street restaurant, which had agreed to pay for.this project, is no longer interested in the property. Another tenant is considering the site and has agreed to pay the cost of widening the entry road. In the event the prospective tenant's plan is not approved, the owners of Lake Cook Plaza are prepared to pay for this road widening and will begin construction before winter. Truste Rosenthal moved, seconded by Trustee York, that the ordinance regarding the Lake Cook Plaza.Signage Plan be adopted. Motion carried by the following vote: AYES: Forrest, Rosenthal, Seidman, York (4) NAYS: None (0) AMENDMENT /ZONING Ordinance approving text amendment to Zoning ORDINANCE - FLEX Ordinance-re: Flex Tech facility.. First reading. TECH FACILITY AMENDMENT /ZONING Ordinance amending Zoning Map regarding Flex MAP - FLEX .TECH Tech facility. First reading. SPECIAL USE - PUD Ordinance authorizing Special Use, PUD, F1ex.Tech FLEX TECH fac.ility. First reading. 1"?-f t Mr. Richard Wendy, Attorney for petitioner, displayed a revised temporary off -site leasing sign for the Flex Tech facility. The Board reviewed the proposed sign and indicated its satisfaction. It will be considered along with'the ordinances at the next meeting. DISCUSSION ITEMS Trustee Rosenthal commented on the interconnect road between Deerbrook and Lake Cook Plaza. One parking space was to have been removed from each side to increase traffic visibility and safety in that area. Village staff was requested to check to see whether this has been done. Trustee Seidman asked if there was any information on the traffic signal at the Tollway. He was advised that, to date, no agreement has been reached between IDOT and the Tollway Commission. Mayor Forrest noted that Brad Hanson had signed in to appear before the Board. 'Mr. Hanson indicated he was seeking a driveway variation. Village Manager Franz noted.that the Village is working on an amendment to the ordinance regarding the width of driveways at the property line. This issue has come before the Board several times. Mr. Hanson was advised that his request would be put on the agenda for the next Board meeting. There being no further business, upon motion of Trustee Rosenthal, seconded by Trustee Seidman, the meeting was adjourned at 9:30 P.M. A PROVED: MAYO ATTEST: VILLAGE C ER, 1 a,