Thursday, June 10, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. (revised 6/8/21)
Public hearings and meetings are currently being held virtually due to Section 7(e) of the Open Meetings Act. Please be advised that if, prior to the scheduled public hearing date, Governor Pritzker rescinds, or does not extend, his current disaster declaration, the City will be required to conduct the public hearing in the traditional in-person format only, at City Hall, 28W701 Stafford Place, Warrenville, IL 60555. This will be the only notice of the hearing, and where and how the hearing will be conducted. Information regarding the location of the public hearing and instructions for participating in the public hearing will be posted on the City’s website (www.warrenville.il.us) and will include updates as needed. Please contact the Community Development Department at (630) 393-9050 for confirmation of meeting location.
In accordance with Governor Pritzker’s Disaster Proclamation, Section 7(e) of the Illinois Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120/7(e), and a determination by the Mayor of the City of Warrenville, this meeting will be held virtually.
At least one representative of the City will be at City Hall. The virtual meeting can be viewed at City Hall for members of the public who do not wish to call in and listen to the virtual meeting from another location. Pursuant to the Governor’s Disaster Proclamation and Executive Orders 2020-43, 2020-44, and 2021-03, and social distancing requirements, the total number of people who may gather at City Hall for the meeting is limited. Accordingly, the opportunity to view and participate in the meeting at City Hall will be available on a “first come, first-served” basis, and members of the public are urged to call in and participate in the virtual meeting from an alternate location if possible.
The public has the following options for virtually observing and participating during the virtual meeting, including the ability to provide testimony and comments:
You can also dial in using your phone.
Access Code: 581-613-813
Persons wishing to provide testimony or comments prior to the meeting are strongly encouraged to submit written comments via email at firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00 p.m. the day of the meeting. For public comments submitted via email to be read aloud at the meeting, the comments must be:
1) Typed or written legibly;
2) No more than 500 words in length;
3) Free of any abusive or obscene language; and
4) Received at the email address set forth in this agenda prior to the commencement of the meeting.
A G E N D A
A.CALL TO ORDER
C.PUBLIC HEARING 1.3S140 Talbot Avenue / Graefen Development, Inc. Located on the northeast corner of Calumet and Talbot Avenues Project No. 2021-0345 (continued from May 20, 2021) Request for approval of preliminary Planned Unit Development (PUD) and PUD variations and exceptions to allow Elite Medical Transportation, LLC development of the approximately 2.53-acre vacant site with an office/warehouse building and associated parking, landscaping and stormwater management improvements, and operation of an ambulance transportation service office, vehicular storage, and maintenance business.
E.COURTESY REVIEW 1.30W225 Ferry Road / Chicago Motor Cars (Backup Info) (Staff Memo) Located east of Duke Parkway, west of Route 59, on south side of Ferry Road Potential request for revised Preliminary and Final PUD Special Use approval with a reduced front yard parking setback for indoor motor vehicle sales and limited outdoor display of motor vehicles.
1. 5S524 Gordon Terrace, Naperville / DuPage County ZBA (Backup Info) Located east of Eola Road, west of Route 59, south of Diehl Road Zoning Petition Z21-039 / Miriam Ramirez Request for Conditional Use to allow existing shed to remain less than three feet from the rear property line (approximately 1.9 feet), where it has existed for at least five years.