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Below is a listing, by the scheduled Public Hearing date, for zoning relief applications
which are
pending consideration by the Village.

 

Click on the address or title to view additional information and the nature of the zoning relief requested.  Public comment is invited at the Public Hearing.  Documents related to each application may be inspected during business hours in the Community Development Department.  The Village has also developed a story map which graphically shows significant developments in the community that are being reviewed or have been approved.  This story map is available here.

 

December 2, 2020 Plan Commission Meeting

Case #PC-13-20 6734 North Lincoln Avenue – Approval of a Special Use to Allow a Drive-Thru Facility, and Variations to Accommodate Modified Site Circulation

Consideration of a request by Lincolnwood Lincoln, LLC, Property Owner, to 1) approve a Special Use to permit a drive-thru facility, 2) reduce the required width of foundation landscaping along the southeast façade from six feet to one foot, 3) waive the requirement for one planter island in the area proposed to be modified, and 4) a reduction in the required width of a landscaped parking lot screening area along the Lincoln Avenue frontage from eight feet to five feet, all at the property commonly known as 6734 North Lincoln Avenue. During this Hearing, the Plan Commission may consider any additional relief that may be discovered during the review of this case.

November 18, 2020 Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting

Case #ZB-05-20:  6421 & 6425 North Longmeadow Avenue – Special Fence and Variation Approvals for Fences Along Devon Avenue

Consideration of a joint request by Neil and Youleen Machaya, Property Owners of 6421 North Longmeadow Avenue, and Zamir Kothawala, Property Owner of 6425 North Longmeadow Avenue, to approve Special Fences on each property based on the fact that both properties are “through lots”, and Variations to allow said fences to be six feet in height and solid in nature, located adjacent to the Devon Avenue right-of-way.  During this Hearing, the Zoning Board of Appeals may consider any additional relief that may be discovered during the review of this case.

(Motion to Recommend Approval by a 5-0 Vote)

November 5, 2020 Plan Commission Meeting

Case #PC-11-20:  7001 North Central Park Avenue/7080-7100 North McCormick Boulevard – Amendment to Ordinance No. 1988-1801 and Approval of a “Liquor Store, Packaged Goods” as a Special Use at the Town Center Warehouse

Consideration of a request by Roasted Pablano and Productions, LLC, on behalf of New Lincoln LLC, Property Owner, to 1) amend Ordinance No. 1988-1801 in order to permit a “liquor store, packaged goods” in the Planned Unit Development established by that Ordinance, and 2) to approve of a “liquor store, packaged goods” as a Special Use at the property commonly known as 7001 North Central Park Avenue/7080-7100 North McCormick Boulevard Avenue. During this Hearing, the Plan Commission may consider any additional relief that may be discovered during the review of this case.

(Motion to Recommend Approval by a 5-1 Vote)

Case #PC-12-20:  3757 West Touhy Avenue – Approval of Special Uses and Zoning Variations to Allow for the Development of a Car Wash

Consideration of a request by Matthew Fuller, on behalf of Clark Real Estate, Property Owner, to approve the following related to the proposed development of a car wash: Approval of Special Uses related to: 1) a drive-thru facility; and 2) parking in the front yard; and Approval of Zoning Variations related to: 3) outdoor operations related to vacuum stations; 4) an accessory structure with a setback from the primary structure of less than fifteen feet; 5) a fence located in the front yard along the west lot line; 6) an accessory structure within the required transition yard setback along the west lot line; 7) an eight-foot-tall fence made of a non-masonry material along the west lot line; 8) illumination levels above what is permitted; 9) curb cuts located less than thirty feet apart; 10) a waiver of required building foundation landscaping along the east and west facades; 11) a reduction on the amount of required parking by fifty-nine spaces; 12) a monument sign with an area of fifty-five square feet; 13) the design of a monument sign; and 14) the use of CMU blocks as a predominant building material, all for the property commonly known as 3757 West Touhy Avenue. During this Hearing, the Plan Commission may consider any additional relief that may be discovered during the review of this case.

(Motion to Recommend Approval by a 5-1 Vote)

Joint Plan Commission/Beautification Commission Workshop Discussion Regarding Landscape Regulations

(Continued to December 2, 2020 by a 6-0 Vote)

Discussion:  2021 Plan Commission Meeting Dates

(Approved by a 6-0 Vote)

 

 

 

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