AGENDA
PLAN COMMISSION – ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE
Tuesday, October 4, 2011 – 7:30 P.M.

ROLL CALL MEMBERS: MR. RICHARD FULLMER, JR. (CHAIRMAN), MS. TINA GROTZKE, MR. ROBERT LUBE, MR. DANIEL MOSS, MR. RICHARD TOTH, MR. CHARLES STOUB, MR. CRECENCIO GONZALEZ,MR. MARK BENSON

APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

September 6, 2011

1. PUBLIC HEARING 1: Public hearing notice for the 10735 Forestview Road application was published on September 15, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper.

CONSIDERATION OF A VARIANCE TO SECTION 10-2-9 D (LOCATION OF ACCESSORY BUILDING OR STRUCTURE: NO ACCESSORY BUILDING OR STRUCTURE SHALL BE CLOSER THAN TEN FEET (10′) TO ANY STRUCTURE OTHER THAN A FENCE), TITLE 10 CHAPTER 2 IN THE MUNICIPAL CODE (ZONING ORDINANCE) OF THE CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE TO PERMIT CONSTRUCTION AND PLACEMENT OF AN ABOVE GROUND POOL AND ATTACHED DECK AS FOLLOWS:

THE ATTACHED DECK IS APPROXIMATELY 5′-6 FROM THE SINGLE FAMILY STRUCTURE AND 3′-0 FROM THE DETACHED GARAGE;

THE ABOVE GROUND POOL IS APPROXIMATELY 8′-9 FROM THE SINGLE FAMILY STRUCTURE AND 6′-0 FROM THE DETACHED GARAGE;

AT THE REAL ESTATE COMMONLY KNOWN AS 10735 FORESTVIEW ROAD, COUNTRYSIDE, IL 60525. THE APPLICANTS ARE MR. JOHN PALYS AND MS. JACKIE PALADE, PROPERTY OWNERS.

2. PUBLIC HEARING 2: Public hearing notice for the 9607 55th Street application was published on September 15, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper.

CONSIDERATION OF A ZONING VARIATION AND SPECIAL USE REQUEST TO PORTIONS OF THE CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE, IL MUNICIPAL CODE (ZONING ORDINANCE) TO RE-ESTABLISH A RESIDENTIAL APARTMENT AND HOME OCCUPATION AS FOLLOWS

CONSIDERATION OF A SPECIAL USE TO SECTION 10-6A-2, TITLE 10, CHAPTER 6 IN THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE TO PERMIT A RESIDENTIAL APARTMENT ABOVE A COMMERCIAL BUILDING;

CONSIDERATION OF A VARIANCE TO SECTION 10-5A-1 (PERMITTED USES), TITLE 10, CHAPTER 5 IN THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE TO PERMIT A HOME OCCUPATION WHICH WILL PERIODICALLY HAVE CUSTOMERS ON SITE;

AT THE REAL ESTATE COMMONLY KNOWN AS 9607 55TH STREET, COUNTRYSIDE, IL 60525. THE APPLICANT IS THE PROPERTY OWNER, MR. SAI LAU LEUNG OF 928 SOUTH QUINCY STREET, HINSDALE, 60521.

3. PUBLIC HEARING 3: Public hearing notice for the text amendment was published on September 15, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper.

CONSIDERATION OF A SPECIAL USE TO OPERATE AN ELECTRONIC SIGN AND VARIANCES TO ALLOW A NON-CONFORMING FREE-STANDING SIGN TO PORTIONS OF THE CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE, IL MUNICIPAL CODE (ZONING ORDINANCE) AT 5330 SOUTH LAGRANGE ROAD (BP GAS STATION), COUNTRYSIDE, IL 60525 AS FOLLOWS:

SPECIAL USE TO THE MUNICPAL CODE

CONSIDERATION OF A SPECIAL USE PURSUANT TO SECTION 8-5-9 (A) TO RETROFIT LED GAS PRICE DIGITS INTO AN EXISTING DOUBLE SIDED FREE-STANDING SIGN;

VARIANCES TO THE MUNICPAL CODE

CONSIDERATION OF A VARIANCE PURSUANT TO SECTION 8-5-9 (B-3) TO ALLOW AN EXISTING FREE-STANDING SIGN WITH A HEIGHT OF 21′-3 INSTEAD OF THE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE HEIGHT OF 20′-0;

CONSIDERATION OF A VARIANCE PURSUANT TO SECTION 8-5-9 (B-2) TO ALLOW AN EXISTING FREE-STANDING SIGN LOCATED WITHOUT THE REQUIRED FIVE (5′) SETBACK FROM THE RIGHT OF WAY;

CONSIDERATION OF A VARIANCE PURSUANT TO SECTION 8-5-9 (A-1-A) TO ALLOW THIRTY-TWO (32) SQUARE FEET OF ELECTRONIC SIGNAGE INSTEAD OF THE MAXIMUM TWENTY (20) SQUARE FEET

AT THE REAL ESTATE COMMONLY KNOWN AS 5330 SOUTH LAGRANGE ROAD, COUNTRYSIDE, IL 60525. THE APPLICANT IS DOYLE SIGNS, INCORPORATED OF 232 WEST INTERSTATE ROAD, ADDISON IL 60101, REPRESENTING THE BUSINESS AND PROPERTY OWNER CYRIAC CHANOY & SHIBU JOSEPH OF 5330 SOUTH LAGRANGE ROAD, COUNTRYSIDE, IL 60525.

4. PUBLIC HEARING 4: Public hearing notice for the text amendment was published on September 15, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper.

CONSIDERATION OF AMENDING SECTION 10-6C-6: STRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS IN THE R-3 ONE-FAMILY RESIDENCE DISTRICT:

TO CONSIDER REMOVING ACCESSORY BUILDINGS IN DETERMINING MAXIMUM FLOOR AREA FOR LOTS OF 10,000 SQUARE FEET OR LESS.

5. PUBLIC HEARING 5: Public hearing notice for the text amendment was published on September 15, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper.

CONSIDERATION OF AMENDING SECTION 10-2-4-5: PERMITTED OBSTRUCTIONS IN REQUIRED YARDS

TO ALLOW DRIVEWAYS AS PERMITTED OBSTRUCTIONS IN THE SIDE YARD SETBACK BUT NOT CLOSER THAN TWO FEET (2′) TO THE SIDE LOT LINE ON LOTS GREATER THAN 10,000 SQUARE FEET;

TO ALLOW DRIVEWAYS AS PERMITTED OBSTRUCTIONS IN THE SIDE YARD SETBACK BUT NOT CLOSER THAN EIGHTEEN INCHES (18′) TO THE SIDE LOT LINE ON LOTS OF 10,000 SQUARE FEET OR LESS;

TO ALLOW SIDEWALKS AND STOOPS AS PERMITTED OBSTRUCTIONS OF UP TO THREE FEET (3′) IN THE SIDE YARD SETBACK;

OTHER BUSINESS

ADJOURNMENT

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
OF THE PLAN COMMISSION AND ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
FOR THE CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE, IL
HELD IN COUNCIL CHAMBERS ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2011

Chairman Fullmer called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. Secretary Lube called the Roll of Members physically present:

PRESENT: Chairman Richard Fullmer, Jr., Secretary Robert Lube,Mr. Mark Benson, Ms. Tina Grotzke, Mr. Daniel Moss.

ABSENT: Mr. Richard Toth, Mr. Crecencio Gonzalez IV,Mr. Charles Stoub.

ALSO PRESENT: City Atty. Peck, CDP Swanson, Fire Marshal Joe Lyons, Elec. Insp. Sweeney.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

The first order of business was approval of the minutes of the September 6, 2011 meeting. Ms. Grotzke moved to approve the minutes as presented, seconded by Mr. Lube and carried unanimously.

Chairman Fullmer stated the Rules of Proceeding for the hearing before the Plan Commission – Zoning Board of Appeals will follow a strict order of presentation. A sign-in sheet for interested persons is located at the podium. This hearing is being recorded. Please silence all cell phones and pagers.

PUBLIC HEARING RE: 10735 FORESTVIEW ROAD

Chairman Fullmer read the Notice of Public Hearing for the 10735 Forestview Road application published on September 15, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper.

Consideration of a variance to Section 10-2-9 D (location of accessory building or structure: no accessory building or structure shall be closer than ten feet to any structure other than a fence), Title 10, Chapter 2 in the Municipal Code (Zoning Ordinance) of the City of Countryside to permit construction and placement of an above-ground pool and attached deck as follows:

The attached deck is approximately 5’6 from the single-family structure and 3’0 from the detached garage;

The above-ground pool is approximately 8’9 from the single-family structure and 6’0 from the detached garage;

At the real estate commonly known as 10735 Forestview Road, Countryside, IL 60525. The applicants are Mr. John Palys and Ms. Jackie Palade, property owners.

Mr. Benson moved to open the Public Hearing in this matter, seconded by Ms. Grotzke and carried unanimously. Both applicants were sworn in by Chairman Fullmer. Proof of Notice was received by the Building Department.

CDP Mr. Swanson stated that the above property is zoned R-1 single-family; estimated acreage is .46 acres – approximately one-half acre lot. The applicants wish to construct an above-ground pool and attached deck which would be located within ten feet of the primary residence and the existing attached garage. Per City Code all accessory structures must be located at least ten feet from any other structure except a fence. The pool is 225 s.f. and the deck is 281 s.f. The aerial view reveals the property and the location of the pool and deck within the back yard – also shown in the Plat of Survey. The parcel is surrounded by similar R-1 residences.

Ms. Palade stated that they are requesting the variation for an above-ground pool installed below grade. The location chosen is the highest part of the yard; the remainder of the yard has drainage issues. Underground piping was installed to bring water to the front of the house from their yard and two homes in the rear, one of which is at seven feet above their lot. The pool is 12×20 feet; they are requesting a hardship variance due to the drainage problem. Mr. Palys stated that the area chosen for the pool is the flattest part and the highest point of the lot. All the water around the house is drained through piping into a French well to the front of the house on the west side. The pool will be at least 36 below grade. The deck will be almost level with the service door of the garage and gradually brought up; the pool will be fenced. The driveway is 20 feet wide.

Mr. Moss asked whether a pool is considered a permanent structure. Ms. Palade stated that a slurry will hold the pool intact; it is not considered a permanent structure. There will be a sunken patio; users must walk up two steps to the deck. There were no questions from interested parties. Mr. Palys had no closing statement other than to request that this matter be heard at the October 12 City Council meeting. They wish to install the pool and deck this Fall.

Mr. Lube moved to close the evidentiary portion of the hearing, seconded by Mr. Moss and carried unanimously. Atty. Peck stated this will be a recommendation to permit placement of an attached deck of 281 s.f. approximately 5’6 from the single-family structure and 3’0 from the detached garage, as well as an above-ground pool of 225 s.f. approximately 8’9 from the single-family structure and 6’0 from the detached garage at the real estate commonly known as 10735 Forestview Road, Countryside, IL. Mr. Moss moved to accept the proposal as presented, seconded by Mr. Lube and carried by Roll Call vote – 4/1//3. – Mr. Benson opposed. Mr. Moss seeks future discussion of whether pools are considered a permanent structure. Chairman Fullmer stated that this matter will come before the City Council on October 12, 2011.

PUBLIC HEARING RE: 9607 – 55TH ST.

Chairman Fullmer read the Public Hearing Notice for the 9607 – 55th St. application published on September 15, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper.

Consideration of a zoning variation and special use request to portions of the City of Countryside, IL Municipal Code (Zoning Ordinance) to re-establish a residential apartment and home occupation as follows:

Consideration of a special use to Section 10-6A-2, Title 10, Chapter 6 in the Municipal Code to permit a residential apartment above a commercial building;

Consideration of a variance to Section 10-5A-1 (permitted uses), Title 10, Chapter 5 in the Municipal Code to permit a home occupation which will periodically have customers on site;

At the real estate commonly known as 9607 – 55th Street, Countryside, IL 60525. The applicant is the property owner, Mr. Sai Lau Leung, 928 S. Quincy St. Hinsdale, 60521.

Mr. Benson moved to open the Public Hearing in this matter, seconded by Mr. Moss and carried unanimously. The applicant was sworn in by Chairman Fullmer. Proof of Notice was received by the Building Department.

CDP Mr. Swanson stated that the existing zoning is B-1 retail in the commercial zoning classification; estimated å_ acre parcel. The aerial view of the property reveals its location across the street from Dansher Park. Parcels east of the property are zoned B-3 service and wholesale zoning classification. To the rear of the property are single-family zoned residential homes. While the zoning is commercial, the land use has always been single-family residential – a legal non-conforming use – meaning a land use that does not comply with the underlying zoning. This definition works until the legal non-conforming use goes away – after at least six months of non-use, which is what occurred in this instance.

Mr. Swanson displayed the Comprehensive Plan for the 55th St. Corridor east of LaGrange Road, and read from Section 4 – Residential Redevelopment, … only two residential homes currently occupy the site on the south side of 55th St. These residential uses are not compatible with the surrounding commercial uses. This site should be redeveloped with more compatible commercial development.

Mr. Leung seeks to re-establish the residential use on the property. In the B-1 District a special use can be applied for a residential apartment above a commercial use. He wants to live on this property and USE the bottom floor as a home office for his construction company. He seeks a special use to use the premises as an apartment and a variance to allow a home occupation that will periodically have customers on site. The application proposes a six-year redevelopment plan wherein the building will be torn down in the final year and replaced with a new multi-tenant commercial building. A letter was received from the Pleasantview Fire Protection District seeking retrofitting the existing structure with a fire suppression system if the above variations and special use are allowed.

Mr. Steve Ruff, project manager for the business, spoke on behalf of Mr. Leung. He stated that Mr. Swanson accurately portrayed the applicant’s position. Mr. Leung wishes to move into the building and maintain his business on the lower level. He has a commercial construction business; Mr. Ruff comes in for occasional paper work or to pick up or drop off checks. Only Mr. & Mrs. Leung will live on the premises; no mechanical equipment or trucks would be parked there or materials stored there. Discussion among Board members re: home office and residential use. Since the land use was considered a legal non-conforming use and was not reestablished within six months, the legal non-conformity has disappeared; the City would like it to remain that way. Mr. Leung wishes to utilize the house as a home occupation without making everything completely up to Code; he will only paint and clean up the property.

Chairman Fullmer read the definition of Home Occupation from the City Code . . . any occupation or profession carried on by a member of a family residing on the premises in connection with which there is used no sign other than that allowed by the sign regulations . . . provided that no commodity is sold on the premises except such as may be produced on the premises by members of the immediate family; provided that no person is employed other than a member of the immediate family residing on the premises; provided that no mechanical equipment is used except as normally used for domestic hobby or household purposes.. . . Mr. Leung does not fit the definition. It is a business with employees and an apartment above.

There were no questions from interested parties. Mr. Ruff reiterated that Mr. Leung wishes to live there and run his business there until he develops a proper plan for a new building for his business. Mr. Moss moved to close the evidentiary portion of the Public Hearing in this matter, seconded by Mr. Lube and carried unanimously.

Ms. Grotzke moved to deny the application for special use to permit a residential use above a commercial building and to deny a variance to permit a home occupation which will periodically have customers on site on the property commonly known as 9607 – 55th St., seconded by Mr. Benson and carried by Roll Call vote – 5/0/3. Chairman Fullmer stated that this recommendation will go to the City Council at its Regular Meeting on October 26, 2011 at 7:30 p.m.

PUBLIC HEARING RE: 5330 SOUTH LA GRANGE ROAD

Chairman Fullmer read the Public Hearing Notice for the text amendment published on September 15, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper:

Consideration of a special use to operate an electronic sign and variances to allow a non-conforming free-standing sign to portions of the City of Countryside, IL Municipal Code (Zoning Ordinance) at 5330 South LaGrange Road (BP Gas Station), Countryside, IL 60525 as follows:

SPECIAL USE TO THE MUNICIPAL CODE

Consideration of a special use pursuant to Section 8-5-9 (A) to retrofit LED gas price digits into an existing double-sided free-standing sign;

VARIANCES TO THE MUNICIPAL CODE

Consideration of a variance pursuant to Section 8-5-9 (B-3) to allow an existing free-standing sign with a height of 21’3 instead of the maximum allowable height of 20’0;

Consideration of a variance pursuant to Section 8-5-9 (B-2) to allow an existing free-standing sign located without the required 5′ setback from the right of way;

Consideration of a variance pursuant to Section 8-5-9 (A1A) to allow 32 square feet of electronic signage instead of the maximum 20 square feet;

At the real estate commonly known as 5330 South LaGrange Road, Countryside, IL 60525. The applicant is Doyle Signs, Inc., 232 West Interstate Road, Addison, IL 60101, representing the business owner and property owner, Cyriac Chanoy and Shibu Joseph, 5330 South LaGrange Road, Countryside, IL 60525.

Mr. Benson moved to open the Public Hearing in this matter. Mr. John Streets, Doyle Signs, was sworn in by Chairman Fullmer. Proof of Notice has been received by the Building Department.

CDP Mr. Swanson stated that electronic signage is very important to gas stations. The BP Station at Plainfield and LaGrange Roads desires to upgrade their signage to provide better service to prospective customers. The current zoning classification is B-3 service and wholesale; estimated acreage is one-half acre. Many legal non-conforming signs are located in Countryside; the signs were approved at that time although the dimensions or the height did not meet ordinance requirements. To make a change to a non-conforming sign a variance is required. The applicants are seeking a variance to allow a height of 21’3 instead of the required 20 feet; the second variance seeks to allow placement two feet off the property line instead of the required five feet. Mr. Swanson provided photos of the existing sign; the applicant also requests a special use to allow 32 square feet of electronic signage instead of the maximum 20 square feet to accommodate changing gas prices. Gas stations are the only businesses applying for electronic signage in Countryside. Board members are reluctant to increase the allowance for any one particular business.

Mr. Streets stated that this is a unique situation; there is no argument that it is safer to change the prices electronically. The entire sign will be refaced – LED will be attached directly to the sign face. The dimensions of the cabinet were discussed. The size of the electronic digits are 18 high and 471/2 wide. Only the graphics and the numerals and the blue area is lit up at night equaling 12 feet on each side – still over the 20 square feet limit. The numbers will be static; there are no scrolling messages whatsoever. Suggestion made to use smaller digits; other signs have 14-15 digits. Mr. Streets stated that he believes the next smaller size numbers are either 9 or 10. He does not believe that is adequate. Mr. Lube stated that changing the LED sign is not a hardship. Mr. Moss stated there is a competitive advantage in having larger numbers; other stations would request the same; all businesses should conform with City ordinances; it evens the playing field. Suggestion made to put a border around the box. Mr. Streets will take this information back to the company. If the Board allows the special use for the electronic signage, Mr. Streets may withdraw that particular variance and stipulate to keep the numbers to 20 s.f. or under.

There were no comments from interested parties. Mr. Streets thanked everyone for reviewing this matter and asked that the Board approve the request. Ms. Grotzke moved to close the evidentiary portion of the Public Hearing, seconded by Mr. Lube and carried unanimously. Ms. Grotzke moved to approve the recommendation to permit a special use to retrofit the LED gas price digits on an existing double-sided free-standing sign on the property commonly known as 5330 S. LaGrange Road, seconded by Mr. Benson and carried by Roll Call vote – 5/0/3.

Mr. Benson moved to approve the recommendation to permit two variances – to allow an existing free-standing sign with a current height of 21’3 instead of the maximum allowable height of 20′; and to permit the existing free-standing sign located approximately two feet in the right of way instead of the required 5 setback, on the property commonly known as 5330 S. LaGrange Road, seconded by Ms. Grotzke and carried by Roll Call vote – 5/0/3. Chairman Fullmer stated that this recommendation will go before City Council at its Regular Meeting on October 26, 2011.

PUBLIC HEARING RE: TEXT AMENDMENT – SECTION 10-6C-6.

Chairman Fullmer read the Public Hearing Notice for the text amendment published on September 15, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper:

Consideration of amending Section 10-6C-6: Structure Requirements in the R-3 one-family Residence District:

To consider removing accessory buildings in determining maximum floor area for lots of 10,000 square feet or less.

Mr. Swanson briefly described the changes discussed by the Board re: FAR in the R-3 District to Mr. Moss. The accessory building aspect is removed from the ratio on lots smaller than 10,000 s.f. This is not seen in any other district. Mr. Lube suggested making the lots even smaller, to 8,000 s.f. Mr. Swanson stated that other parameters in the Code govern the size of homes especially on small lots. The current footprint cannot be expanded – only the addition of living space. After further discussion, Ms. Grotzke moved to accept the text amendment as presented, seconded by Mr. Benson and carried by Roll Call vote – 5/0/3. Chairman Fullmer stated that this matter will come before the City Council at its Regular Meeting on October 26, 2011.

PUBLIC HEARING RE: TEXT AMENDMENT – SECTION 10-2-4-5.

Chairman Fullmer read the Public Hearing Notice for the text amendment published on September 15, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper.

Consideration of amending Section 10-2-4-5: Permitted Obstructions in Required Yards

To allow driveways as permitted obstructions in the sideyard setback but not closer than two feet to the side lot line on lots greater than 10,000 square feet;

To allow driveways as permitted obstructions in the sideyard setback but not closer than 18 to the side lot line on lots of 10,000 square feet or less;

To allow sidewalks and stoops as permitted obstructions of up to three feet in the side yard setback.

Chairman Fullmer stated that he received many phone calls re: the distance of two feet between lot lines is not sufficient on larger lots. In retrospect, the Board did not define the width of a driveway. He asked Mr. Sweeney for input.

Marty Sweeney, 6870 Golfview Drive, has a one-half acre lot, with a side-load garage. He stated that most lots in his neighborhood are similar in size. With a lot that size, there is no need for a driveway built two feet from the lot line; if his neighbor follows the same rule, there is only four feet of greenspace between both driveways – hardly sufficient for snow piling or for drainage. This ordinance should apply mostly to smaller lots, not larger lots. That does not include a sidewalk, which could go to the lot line. Mr. Swanson stated there is a ten-foot setback, but sidewalks are allowed to protrude 3′. Chairman Fullmer asked Mr. Swanson to invite Mr. Tisinai back to the November meeting to discuss this. Mr. Moss requested that the changes be presented in graph form depicting the previous standard and current changes. Chairman Fullmer moved to continue this matter to the November 1st meeting, seconded by Mr. Lube and carried by Roll Call vote – 5/0/3.

OTHER BUSINESS

Chairman Fullmer stated that there will be a Special PC/ZBA Meeting on Wednesday, October 19 at 7:30 p.m. for the sole purpose of McDonald’s requesting a double-lane drive-thru to facilitate traffic. They will be doing a total reface of the facility. They asked for an expedited hearing and wish to complete construction before Winter.

Mr. Swanson discussed the Storage containers — PODS on Firestone and Jewel property – suggestion made for a temporary permit with a charge on commercial property – suggestion for a text amendment for storage containers on commercial property to regulate size, number and placement of containers. Atty. Peck stated that the text amendment should be published and discussed next month – similar to an accessory use on residential property. Mr. Swanson is receiving calls about this. Mr. Lube also discussed drop boxes for clothing and shoes. This matter is discussed at the Infrastructure Comm. Mr. Lube stated that containers are placed in the intersections at the Plaza parking lot and drivers cannot see around them. Mr. Peck stated this is within the purview of an independent Board; he suggested they publish Notice and make recommendation to the City Council. At present for-profit corporations are using these containers and collecting merchandise to sell in their establishments. These containers should be licensed and property owners notified.

Mr. Swanson stated that the City received $25,000 in Grant Money for a Walking and Bike Path Plan. There is a Free Community Workshop on Thursday, October 20, from 7-9 p.m. upstairs in City Hall. He invited members of the PC/ZBA to attend the meeting and state their opinions re: improvement of pedestrian traffic.

Mr. Swanson will propose a text amendment regarding special event signs allowing outdoor sales – for tire dealerships.

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further business to discuss, Mr. Lube moved to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Mr. Benson and carried unanimously.

Chairman Fullmer declared that the meeting is adjourned at 9:45 p.m.

RICHARD FULLMER, JR.. CHAIRMAN