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10/02/1989October 2, 1989 The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Deerfield was called to order by the Mayor in the Council Chamber of the Village Hall on Monday, October 21 1989 at 8:00 P.M. The Clerk called the roll and announced that the following were Present: Bernard Forrest, Mayor James L. Marovitz Cynthia J. Marty Harriet B. Rosenthal Edwin B. Seidman Vernon E. Swanson J. Robert York and that a quorum was present and in attendance. Also present was Village Manager Robert Franz and Attorney James Stucko. Trustee Marovitt requested that the minutes of the previous meeting regarding the Liquor License request of the Residence Inn be amended by noting his reason for voting to deny petitioner's request was due to the question of whether The Village should be permitting liquor to be dispensed in a situation where there is no connection with a dining facility. People would be driving to eat elsewhere after consuming the alcohol and traffic accidents might occur. Trustee Marty moved, seconded by Trustee Rosenthal, that the minutes as amended be approved. Motion carried unanimously. PRELIMINARY AND FINAL Trustee Seidman moved, seconded by Trustee PLAT APPROVAL - Marovitz, to accept the recommendation of FOUNTAINS OF DEERFIELD the Plan Commission to approve the Preliminary and Final Plat of Subdivision for the Fountains Development subject to the provision that appropriate language be added to the Subdivision Plat as is required by Article 12.1 -2 of the Zoning Ordinance. Motion carried unanimously. RESUBDIVISION - Trustee Marty moved, seconded by Trustee 1350 - 1356 SOMERSET Rosenthal, that the Plan Commission recom- KRAKOWSKI /HANGREN mendation to approve the resubdivision of property at 1.350 and 1350 Somerset (Krakowski /Hangren) be accepted. Motion carried unanimously. Consent Agenda 0 -89 -47 ORDINANCE Ordinance granting fence modification - FENCE MODIFICATION Greg Solecki, 1660 Marcie Court. 1660 MARCIE COURT 0 -89 -48 ORDINANCE Ordinance granting sideyard variation - SIDEYARD VARIATION Steve Chambers, 304 Birchwood. 304 BIRCHWOOD 0-89 -49 ORDINANCE Ordinance granting sideyard varia"c eri - SIDEYARD VARIATION Joel and Hilary Bernheim, 1250 Elmwood. 1250 ELMWOOD 0 -89 -50 ORDINANCE Ordinance amending Zoning Ordinance re NON- EMPLOYEE TRAINING non - employee training in I -1 District. I -1 DISTRICT 0 -89 -51 ORDINANCE Ordinance amending Special Use PUD for SPECIAL USE PUD -LAKE Lake Cook Office Center. COOK OFFICE CENTER 0 -89 -52 ORDINANCE Ordinance amending Special Use to permit SPECIAL USE - construction of maintenance shed, Briarwood MAINTENANCE SHED Country Club. BRIARWOOD COUNTRY CLUB 0 -89 -53 ORDINANCE Ordinance re Final Plan for plaza at the FINAL PLAZA PLAN southwest corner of Deerfield and Waukegan SOUTHWEST CORNER Roads. DEERFIELD /WAUKEGAN RDS. Trustee Seidman moved, seconded by Trustee Marty, that the rules be waived to permit passage of the Ordinance re Final Plan for plaza at the southwest corner of Deerfield and Waukegan Roads on first reading. Motion carried unanimously. Trustee Seidman moved, seconded by Trustee Rosenthal, that the Consent Agenda be approved and the Ordinances adopted. Motion carried by the following vote: AYES: Marovitz, Marty, Rosenthal, Seidman, Swanson, York (6) NAYS: None (0) 0 -89 -54 ORDINANCE Village Attorney James Stucko advised that MUNICIPAL CODE the proposed Village Ordinance would not AMENDMENT RE violate the Happy Hour legislation recently ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES enacted by the State. Subsection (c)(3) of the proposed Ordinance states that a licensee is not prohibited from "including drinks of alcoholic liquor as a part of a hotel package ". There is a provision in the Ordinance for hotels but not for extended stay facilities. Trustee Marovitz expressed his belief that this subsection was a promotion of alcoholic beverages. Where there is no connection with a food facility the possibility exists for traffic accidents caused by guests driving to dine elsewhere after consuming the complimentary beverages. Trustee Seidman moved, seconded by Trustee Marovitz, that the proposed amendment to the Municipal Code re Alcoholic Beverages be amended by deleting Subsection (c)(3). Motion failed by the following vote: AYES: Seidman (1) NAYS: Marovitz, Marty, Rosenthal, Swanson, York (5) Trustee Marovitz moved, seconded-by Trustee Rosenthal, that the Ordinance amending Municipal Code re alcoholic beverages be adopted. Motion carried by the following vote: AYES: Marovitz, Marty, Rosenthal, Seidman, Swanson, York (6) NAYS: None (0) LIQUOR LICENSE REQUEST Mike Malicki, attorney representing RESIDENCE INN st'a´┐Żed Ghat Residence Inn would reduce the number of hours and days, restrict complimentary beer and wine to hotel guests only and accept any limitations the Board desired in granting this license. Trustee Marovitz stated that granting a liquor license to an extended stay facility to dispense complimentary beverages without an on -site food facility was something Deerfield should not promote. 6.45 i f Trustee Seidman moved, seconded by Trustee Marovitz, that the rules be waived to permit passage of ,the Ordinance on first reading. Motion carried unanimously. Trustee Marovitz moved, seconded by Trustee Rosenthal, that the Ordinance amending Municipal Code re Liquor License for Residence Inn by Marriott, Inc., amended by restricting the hours to 5 and 7 P.M., be adopted. Motion failed by the following vote: AYES: Marty, Rosenthal, York (3) NAYS: Marovitz, Seidman, Swanson,.Forrest (4) PROPOSED TRAFFIC The Board discussed a proposal from the STUDY -LAKE COOK ROAD Cook County Highway Department involving a joint agreement with Highland Park, Northbrook, Deerfield and Cook County for sharing the costs of a traffic study of Lake Cook Road from the Illinois Tollway to Edens Expressway. The Village Staff recommends participation in this study. Board members agreed that Deerfield should participate but were not pleased with the terms and cost of the study. It was decided that a meeting be scheduled with the Cook County Highway Department to discuss the concerns of the Village regarding this proposal. Trustee Marty, moved, seconded by Trustee Rosenthal, to table the authorization to participate in a proposed traffic study until the Board has met with the Cook County Highway Department. Motion carried unanimously. There being no further business, upon motion of Trustee Rosenthal, seconded by Trustee Marty, the meeting adjourned at 8:40 P.M. AP OVED: Mayor ATTEST: Village erk -3-