Tinley Park Citizen Advisory Committee discusses landscape buffers
The village of Tinley Park Citizen Advisory Committee met Feb. 6 to discuss landscape buffers.
Here is the meeting's agenda, as provided by the committee:
The Citizen Advisory Committee was established to investigate ways to support development in Downtown Tinley; establish a comprehensive vision for the longterm viability of Downtown Tinley; and evaluate any hindrances to development that may result from enforcement of the Comprehensive Plan, Zoning Code and/or Legacy Code and their established entitlement processes.
AGENDA FOR REGULAR MEETING
VILLAGE OF TINLEY PARK
CITIZEN ADVISORY COMMITTEE
February 6, 2017 – 6:00 P.M.
Village Hall – 16250 S. Oak Park Avenue
Regular Meeting Called to Order
Roll Call Taken
Approval of Minutes: Minutes of the January 9, 2017 Regular Meeting
Minutes of the December 5, 2016 Regular Meeting
Minutes of the November 7, 2016 Regular Meeting
Minutes of the October 3, 2016 Regular Meeting
Minutes of the September 12, 2016 Regular Meeting
Item #1 RECAP PLAN COMMISSION WORKSHOP FROM 2/2/2017
Discuss the Plan Commission’s workshop held on February 2, 2017 regarding the
rescinded Legacy Code Text Amendments, including the following topics:
• Streel Level Commercial Requirements
• Permitted, Special, and Prohibited Land Uses
• Landscape buffers
• Scrivener’s errors related to legal descriptions and District boundaries
Item #2 LAND USE DISCUSSION & MAPPING EXERCISE
Discussion on where different land uses should be located within the Legacy District.
Create a map together to show where different land uses should be focused.
1. Residential Only
2. Commercial Only
Staff encourages the Committee to visit the properties within the Legacy District and
consider current land uses versus potential land use changes transitions in the future.
Item #3 ENTITLEMENT PROCESSES
1. Overview of Processes
2. Timeline Chart
Item #4 COMMUNICATION/NOTIFICATION PROTOCOLS
Recommendations for Improved Transparency
1. Overview of Current Communications
2. Recommendations for Improved Transparency
Good of the Order
Receive Comments from the Public