CITY OF WARRENVILLE

PLAN COMMISSION / ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS 

Regular Meeting of Thursday, September 23, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall

28W701 Stafford Place


A G E N D A


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 Chairman Tim Cosgrove, 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. Please be advised that if, prior to the scheduled meeting date, Governor Pritzker rescinds, or does not extend, his current disaster declaration, the City will be required to conduct the public meeting in the traditional in-person format only, at City Hall, 28W701 Stafford Place, Warrenville, IL 60555. 


This will be the only notice of the meeting, and where and how the meeting will be conducted. Information regarding the location of the public meeting and instructions for participating in the public meeting will be posted on the City’s website (www.warrenville.il.us), and will include updates as needed. Please contact the City at (630) 836-3050 for confirmation of meeting location. Although public attendance is not limited at this time, persons wishing to provide public comment are strongly encouraged to submit written comments via email at info@warrenville.il.us by 5:00 p.m. the day of the meeting.*


Meeting Access Information: 

Call: 1 (312) 757-3121    

Access Code:   171-523-965


Or join from your computer, tablet or smartphone: 

https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/171523965



A.    CALL TO ORDER 


B.    ROLL CALL


C.    NEW BUSINESS

    1.    30W160 Calumet Ave W / The Waldorf School

        Located on the north side of Calumet Avenue W, east of Talbot Avenue

        Project No. TUP2021-1008

    Request for approval of Temporary Use Permit that would allow the Waldorf School to place four temporary tents on the property to provide outdoor classrooms for students during the Covid-19 pandemic.

https://www.warrenville.il.us/DocumentCenter/View/17954/The-Waldorf-School-Tents-Final-SR

    2.    3S258 Manning Avenue / Warrenville Public Library

    Located on the north side of Manning Avenue, west of Warren Avenue, south of Stafford Place

        Project No. TUP2021-1009

    Request for approval of Temporary Use Permit that would allow the Warrenville Public Library to host a series of six concerts at Bob Walters Commons in 2022.

https://www.warrenville.il.us/DocumentCenter/View/17953/Concert-Commons-SR-Final

    3.    Homes for a Changing Region Warrenville Housing Action Plan

    Presentation by Community and Economic Development Director on recently completed Housing Action Plan for City of Warrenville, compiled by representatives from Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, Metropolitan Mayor’s Caucus, and Metropolitan Planning Council.

    

D.    OTHER BUSINESS

    1.      29W516 Wilson Street, West Chicago / DuPage County ZBA

         Located south of Route 38, west of Route 59

        Zoning Petition Z21-073 / Kelly and Joe Yanan

        Request to amend existing Conditional Use for PUD to continue as single-family home with dog kennel, training, dog day care, grooming services, and pet supply shop, including:

    a.    Increase of total permitted dogs allowed on property at any one time from 50 to 150 dogs;

        b.    Foster care and adoption facility for local rescues; and 

        c.    Low-cost vaccination clinic.


    2.    27W315 Butterfield Road, Warrenville / DuPage County ZBA

        Located on south side of Route 56, west of Herrick Road, east of Winfield Road

        Zoning Petition Z21-080 / William Jordan, Sarah Halladay

        Conditional Use request for a recreational facility.

        

E.    CITIZENS’ COMMENTS


F.    APPROVAL OF MINUTES

1.    Regular Meeting of July 22, 2021


G.    CHAIRMAN’S REPORT


H.    COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR’S REPORT


I.    PLANNER’S REPORT


J.    MAYOR’S REPORT


K.    ADJOURN


* For public comment 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;

(4) Received at the e-mail address set forth in this agenda prior to the commencement of

                  the meeting; and

(5) Include a statement specifically requesting the comments be read aloud.


Copies:      PC/ZBA, Mayor, City Council, City Clerk, City Administrator, Community & Economic Development Director, Sr. Civil Engineer, Planner, Executive Assistant/Deputy City Clerk, Park District, Public Library, Police Department, Fire District, Rebecca Gandy, Paul Dobersztyn