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9.07.2010 - Village of Deerfield

9.07.2010 - Village of Deerfield

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SPECIAL USE CRITERIA Village Parking Lot Clean-Up 1. Compatible with Existing Development The nature and intensity of the activities involved and the size, placement and design of any structures proposed will be so planned that the Special Use will be compatible with the existing development and will not impede the normal and orderly development and improvement of surrounding property. The proposed parking lot clean-up will be compatible with the existing development in the area as it provides an improvement to an existing parking lot though restriping and new landscaping. The proposed clean-up will not impede the normal and orderly development of the surrounding properties. The Village has been discussing the clean-up with the neighboring property owners including the Waukegan Road commercial property owners to the east, the Park District, and the First Presbyterian Church. The clean-up accommodates truck deliveries for the Waukegan Road commercial business and accommodates the Church’s daycare drop-off and pick-up. The clean-up plan addresses safety and circulation while providing aesthetic improvements to the parking lot. 2. Lot of Sufficient Size The size of the lot will be sufficient for the use proposed. The Village owned parking lots consist of the former Bank One property, the former Lindemann’s property and the former Peterson Lane. Currently, these properties are being used as public parking lots. With the proposed clean-up the properties will continued to be used as public parking lots. 3. Traffic The location of the Special Use within the Village will be such that adverse effects on surrounding properties will be minimal, particularly regarding the traffic generated by the Special Use. The proposed clean-up should not have an adverse impact on the surrounding properties. The clean-up should not attract much additional traffic to the parking lot. It is anticipated that existing parking lot users will continue to park in the lot. The parking lot is designed to accommodate delivery trucks for the Waukegan Road commercial businesses. The parking lot will have signage directing the delivery trucks so that the trucks are not traveling past the Church’s daycare entrance. The Church’s daycare drop-off and pick-up will continue to operate in the lot with safety enhancements. 4. Parking and Access Parking areas will be of adequate size for the particular use and properly located, and the entrance and exit drives will be laid out so as to prevent traffic hazards and nuisances. The property currently exists as a public parking lot and the use will not change. The clean-up plan will provide for restriping and landscaping for the existing parking lot.

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