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11/20/1989,r November 20, 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, November 20, 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 Rosenthal requested the minutes of the previous meeting be amended in the paragraph on the 1989 Tax Levy by noting that Trustee Marovitz seconded the motion to adjourn the Public Hearing, not Mayor Pro Tem Marty. Trustee Seidman moved, seconded by Trustee Marty, that the minutes of the previous meeting as amended be approved. Motion carried unanimously. STUDENT DAY GOVERNMENT Mayor Forrest introduced the Student Day OFFICIALS Government officials. They were congratu- lated and presented with a tile of the Village. Mayor Forrest discussed his trip to Ludinghausen, Germany, the sister city of Deerfield, where he was received by the Mayor and presented with various gifts for the Deerfield Village Hall. Mayor Forrest suggested a future soccer match between Deerfield and Ludinghausen be considered by the Sister City Committee. BILLS AND PAYROLL Trustee Seidman moved, seconded by Trustee Marty, that the Bills and Payroll be approved. Motion carried by the following vote: AYES: Marovitz, Marty, Rosenthal, Seidman, Swanson, York (6) NAYS: None (0) TREASURER'S REPORT Finance Director George Valentine reported that sales tax receipts received in October were only 2% over the previous October, but up 8% for the year. Water purchases are approximately 4% over projections. 101.2% of cash was invested at an average interest rate of 8.84 %. BANBURY DEVELOPMENT The Plan Commission recommended denial of SOUTHEAST CORNER OF petitioner's request citing inadequate DEERFIELD & WAUKEGAN parking provisions, insufficient setbacks for the proposed and landscaping, lack of information development. Allan Brody, a partner in Banbury Development, addressed the Board. He reviewed the background of the project and petitioner's attempts to address the concerns raised by the Board and the Plan Commission since the inception of the project 18 months ago. John Leahy of Solomon Cordwell Buenz & Associates exhibited a rendering of the latest proposal by Banbury Development. Mark Medema of Barton Aschman discussed the traffic study conducted for the project. In response to an inquiry whether TIF funds would be requested to accomplish this project, Mr. Brody replied it would be in the range of $900,000 to $1 million. Trustee York expressed his concern that the developer would have difficulty finding enough tenants to occupy the building due to a high amount of vacancies in nearby shopping centers. Trustee Seidman moved, seconded by Trustee Marty, that the recommendation of the Plan Commission to deny the request of Banbury Development, Inc. for the development of the southeast corner of Deerfield and Waukegan Roads be accepted. Motion carried unanimously. AMENDMENT - MATAS CORPORATE 500 SIGNAGE PLAN of the building site signs. Trustee Marty moved, Attorney be directed one wall sign at eac total of four signs. Michael Levin, representing petitioner, .discussed the proposed amendments to the previously approved Final. Development Plan/ Signage Plan. He displayed a scale model and pointed out the location of the requested seconded by Trustee Seidman, that the to amend the Special Use Ordinance to include h "A" location of the twin buildings for a Motion carried unanimously. Trustee Marty moved, seconded by Trustee Swanson, that the Attorney be directed to amend the Special Use Ordinance to include an entrance sign on Kates Road shown'in blueprint exhibit 1 as 4' x 5'.292 or 21.2 square feet. Motion carried unanimously. Trustee Marty moved, seconded by Trustee Seidman, that the Attorney be directed to amend the Special Use Ordinance to approve the.Lake Cook Road entrance sign which has a total of 76 square feet per face and a maximum height of 15'. Motion carried with Trustee Rosenthal casting a negative vote. (As amended 12/4/89) The temporary leasing sign was not acted upon since it will conform to the ordinance. Mr. Levin was advised that petitioner's present temporary leasing sign must be removed by the time the signage plan amendments are passed at the second Board meeting in December. Meeting recessed at 10 P.M and resumed 5 minutes later. SIDE YARD VARIATION Petitioner is seeking a variation which 932 HEMLOCK (RIEMER) would permit a garage addition to within 4 feet of the south property line. Trustee Seidman moved, seconded by Trustee Marovitz, that the recommendation of the Board of Zoning Ap eals re side yard variation - 932 Hemlock (Mr. Jeff Riemer´┐Ż be approved and the Attorney directed to prepare the necessary Ordinance. Motion carried unanimously. SIDE YARD VARIATION Petitioner is seeking a variation which 1130 GORDON (BRAUDE) would permit a garage addition to within 8 feet of the east property line. Trustee Marovitz moved, seconded by Trustee Marty, that the recom- mendation of the Board of Zoning Appeals re side yard variation - 1130 Gordon (Mr. Keith Braude) be approved and the Attorney directed to prepare the necessary Ordinance. Motion carried unanimously. TEXT AMENDMENTS - I -2 Trustee Seidman moved, seconded by Trustee DISTRICT SIGNAGE AND Marovitz to table the recommendation of OTHER SIGNAGE the Plan Commission re I -2 District and other related signage. Motion failed. -2- L IV C, Trustee Marty moved, seconded by Trustee Marovitz, that the Plan Commission recommendation re I- 2.District and other related signage be accepted and the Attorney directed to prepare the necessary Ordinance. Motion carried unanimously. SIGNAGE PLAN - DEERBROOK Ordinance amending Signage Plan, Deerbrook SHOPPING CENTER Shopping Center. First reading. MUNICIPAL CODE RE Ordinance amending the Municipal Code re ANIMAL CONTROL Animal Control. First reading. INCREASE CLASS E Ordinance increasing number of Class E LIQUOR LICENSES Liquor Licenses. First reading. 1939 TAX LEVY Ordinance re 1989 Tax Levy. First reading. CONSULTANT SERVICES The Village's consultant has requested an PHASE II- ROBERT YORK amendment to their contract to provide for AVENUE IMPROVEMENT increases in the subconsultant's fees and efforts for the remainder of the right -of- way acquisition process. The Board decided the amount requested was excessive and should be negotiated to reduce the cost. Trustee Marty moved, seconded by Trustee York, that the authoriza- tion for the Mayor to sign an amendment to Agreement for Consultant Services (Right -of -Way Acquisition) - Phase II, Robert York Avenue Improvement be tabled. Motion carried unanimously. CONSULTANT SERVICES Trustee Seidman moved, seconded by Trustee CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS Marty, that authorization for the Mayor to PHASE II- ROBERT YORK sign an Agreement for Consultant Services AVENUE IMPROVEMENT (Construction Drawings) - Phase II Robert York Avenue Improvement be tabled. Motion carried unanimously. AWARD OF BID - Trustee Marovitz moved, seconded by Trustee SALT SPREADER Marty, that a contract be awarded to Illinois FWD Truck & Equipment Company for a 1990 Fiberglass V -Box Salt Spreader at a cost not to exceed $9,447.50. Motion carried by the following vote: AYES: Marovitz, Marty, Rosenthal, Seidman, Swanson, York (6) NAYS: None (0) AMENDMENTS RE TAXI Proposed amendments will simplify the CAB ORDINANCE procedure for issuing taxi cab driver's licenses and clarify standards for deter- mining. if the taxi cabs are in suitable,condition for public use. Trustee Seidman moved, seconded by Trustee Rosenthal, that the proposed amendments to the Municipal Code re Taxi Cab Ordinance be approved and the Attorney directed to prepare the necessary Ordinance. Motion carried unanimously. STOP SIGNS- JEWETT.PARK Trustee Marty moved, seconded by Trustee r+nTT!77 /r- ,mnnnT'hT r , TT-r, f! d- t ..t 1 -4, - to install a stop signs that result in a 4 -way stop at Jewett Park Drive and the Presbyterian Church parking lot and the_Attorney directed to prepare the necessary Ordinance. Motion carried unanimously. (as amended 12/4/89) Mayor Forrest suggested the Safety Council review no right turn on red at the new Deerfield Road right turn lane. Trustee Marovitz suggested that this restriction be considered for all four corners of the Deerfield - Waukegan Road intersection. MZ REQUEST FOR WIDENING DEERFIELD ROAD presented to a meeting November 21, 1989. Th regarding this matter. r4 Mayor Forrest discussed Buffalo Grove's request for widening Deerfield Road. His statement opposing this proposal will be of the TMA of Lake Cook Corridor on a Board approved the Mayor's statement DISCUSSION: Trustee York commented.on the poor visibility at night on the curve of Waukegan Road north of Orchard. He suggested reflectors be installed in the pavement to mark the lanes. James Soyka, Director of Public Works and Engineering, agreed to contact IDOT regarding the possibility of installing the reflectors and sharing the cost if that is necessary. Barbara Houpt, Director of Community Development, sought direction from the Board to hold a public hearing on temporary signs in the downtown district and declare a moratorium on temporary signs. Trustee Rosenthal moved, seconded by Trustee Marty, that a public hearing be held on temporary signs and a moratorium on temporary signs for 90 days be declared. Motion carried unanimously. There being no further business, upon motion of Trustee Seidman, seconded by Trustee Marty, the meeting adjourned at 10:55 P.M. 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