|CALL TO ORDER||
The reconvened meeting of the Board of Trustees was called to order by Mayor
Pro-Tem Larson at 7:35 p.m. in the Antioch Fire Station #1, Apparatus Bay:
835 Holbek, Antioch, IL.
Roll call indicated the following Trustees were present: Larson, Caulfield,
Foresta, Porch and Hanson. Also present were Mayor Pro-Tem Larson, Attorney
Anderson and Clerk Rowe.
Village Attorney Don Anderson discussed the right to vote of the Mayor Pro-Tem.
Mr. Anderson said the Mayor Pro-Tem can choose to vote as the Mayor, or
as a member of the Board of Trustees. Attorney Don Anderson asked Mayor
Pro-Tem Larson to make the choice for the record. Mayor Pro-Tem Larson stated
that she will be voting as a Trustee of the Board. There was a discussion
regarding the previous meeting where Mayor Pro-Tem Larson voted as Mayor.
Mr. Anderson said that Mayor Pro-Tem Larson was given instruction by him
that she was to vote only in the event of a tie or where necessary to provide
for majority one way or another. After he checked the statute and noted
the interpretation that the Mayor Pro-Tem is given the choice, he advised
Trustee Larson that she has a choice. The results of the motions at the
September 9, 2002 meeting would not have changed if she was given the choice
and exercised her right to vote as Trustee.
Trustee Porch asked what specific items does the Village feel obligated
to consider in order to satisfy the Memorandum of Understanding.
Attorney Anderson said that essentially everything that is on tonight's
agenda except the ordinance regarding the rear yard variation. Trustee Porch
said that she is not talking about the first reading of the ordinances,
she is talking about the outstanding items that Board needs to take action
on. Attorney Anderson stated that the items include, but may not be limited
to: Ordinance annexing 55 Acre parcel; Ordinance approving the annexation
agreement; Ordinances establishing the special service area numbers one
and two; if the Clublands PUD is preliminary approved, then approval of
the Final Clublands PUD; approval of the final settlement agreement that
would settle the lawsuit. Attorney Anderson said there may be something
that he missed, but these are generally the list of things remain after
the items that are on the agenda tonight.
Attorney Anderson briefly discussed the comprehensive plan with the current
smaller lot size. Mr. Anderson said that because of the smaller lot size,
there could be several requests for variances which may be more difficult
to implement and may create a hodge podge architectural style.
Mr. Tom Burney, Attorney for Neumann Homes, clarified that the Memorandum
of Understanding asks that the board consider the requests, it does not
bind the Board to approve.
Trustee Caulfield said that Trustee Pierce, Chairman of Planning, Zoning
and Building Committee called him and asked that the Planning and Zoning
Board's letter of recommendation regarding the proposed amendments to the
Comprehensive Plan; Business Category remain tabled until next Monday because
he could not be at the meeting tonight.
Trustee Hanson said that he appreciates the public participation and comments
as the Board tries to make difficult decisions regarding the future of our
Trustee Porch asked if there is a motion needed to re-table the item. Attorney
Anderson said that the proper motion, if any, would be to remove the item
from the table, otherwise it would remain tabled. Trustee Porch asked if
there could be discussion on the item. Attorney Anderson said the discussion
allowed would be on the question whether to remove the item from the table,
but not on the substance until it has been removed from the table.
|REMOVE FROM TABLE||
A motion was made by Trustee Porch to remove the Planning and Zoning Board's
letter of recommendation regarding the Proposed Amendments to the Comprehensive
Plan; Business Category 40 Acres and Land Use Plan Amendment indicated Commercial
and Urban Residential on the 55-Acre site. The motion dies for lack of a
Attorney Anderson read aloud the following ordinances:
First Reading: Ordinance regarding rear yard variation, Lot 161, Pine Hill Lakes Unit 3, 1034 Crabtree Lane. This item will be placed on the next agenda for consideration.
First Reading: An Ordinance Amending Chapter 150.108 (A) (3) PUD Regulations. This item will be placed on the next agenda for consideration.
First Reading: An Ordinance Amending Section 152.031; Site Specific Sidewalk Plans in Planned Unit Developments of greater than 200 Acres. This item with be placed on the next agenda for consideration.
First Reading: An Ordinance Amending Section 152.019 (B); Block Lengths. This item will be placed on the next agenda for consideration.
First Reading: An Ordinance Approving the Preliminary Plan for a Special Use for Planned Unit Development for 450.25 Acres for 960 Single-Family Detached Homes (Clublands). This item will be placed on the next agenda for consideration.
First Reading: An Ordinance Amending Chapter 150 of the Zoning Code by
Amending Section 150.012 (4) to Allow Contemporaneous Requests for Amendments
to Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Classification. This item will be placed
on the next agenda for consideration.
A motion was made by Trustee Hanson, seconded by Trustee Caulfield to adjourn
the reconvened meeting of the Board of Trustees at 8:35 p.m.
Candi L. Rowe, Clerk