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ORDINANCE REZONING CERTAIN PROPERTY IN HANOVER TOWNSHIP

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Date Introduced: 5/18/2004
Date Passed:
5/18/2004

Sponsors:
Stroger
Co-Sponsors:
Butler, Claypool, Collins, Daley, Gorman, Goslin, Hansen, Maldonado, Moreno, Murphy, Peraica, Quigley, Silvestri, Sims, Steele, Suffredin

Summary:

.85 acres, located on the south side of Lake Street, approximately 650 feet east of Oak Avenue in Hanover Township has been rezoned from C-1 Restricted Business District to C-6 Automative Service District.


Full Text of Legislation:

WHEREAS, the owner of certain property located in Hanover Township described in Sections 1 and 2 herein, has petitioned the Cook County Board of Commissioners to have the property rezoned from the C-1 Restricted Business District to the C-6 Automotive Service District, for the sale, repair and storage of automobiles (existing); and

 

WHEREAS, the said petition was received by the Zoning Board of Appeals of Cook County as Docket #7505, and a public hearing was held in regard to said request after due notice, all in accordance with the Cook County Zoning Ordinance and the Statutes of the State of Illinois; and

 

WHEREAS, the Zoning Board of Appeals entered detailed findings in accordance with the standards set forth in the Ordinance recommending that the Cook County Board of Commissioners grant said application for the Map Amendment; and

 

WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the Board of Commissioners of Cook County that said property be rezoned in accordance with the recommendations for the Zoning Board of Appeals.

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Commissioners of Cook County, Illinois:

 

Section 1:        That the following described property be and hereby is rezoned from the C-1 Restricted Business District, to the C-6 Automotive Service District; and

                                                              

            That said property be developed and constructed pursuant to the detailing set forth in the testimony and contained in the exhibits and Findings of the Cook County Zoning Board of Appeals hereby incorporated by reference into this Ordinance, as provided by law.

 

Section 2:        That Zoning Map 6 of the Cook County Comprehensive Land Use Plan and all other pertinent records be and the same shall be changed to show the rezoning of this Ordinance, upon the condition that said property be developed and constructed pursuant to the detailing set forth in the testimony and contained in the findings of the Cook County Zoning Board of Appeals hereby incorporated by reference into this Ordinance, as provided by law.

 

LEGAL DESCRIPTION

 

            That part of the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Sec. 26, T42N, R9, E. of 3rd P.M., described by beginning at a point in the S. line of said Sec. 26, 472.66 ft. W. of SE corner SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Sec. 26, and running thence W. along S. line thereof 181.84’; thence N. 10 degrees 53 minutes E. 232.9’ to the center line of public road (Lake St., U.S. Rt. 20); thence SE’ly along said center line 180.0’; thence S. 10 degrees 53 minutes W. 175.68’ to the place of beginning, in Cook County, Illinois.


 

Commonly described as approximately 0.85 acre, located on the south side of Lake Street, approximately 650 feet east of Oak Avenue in Hanover Township.

 

Section 3:        That this Ordinance be in full force and effect from and after its passage and approval.

 

Approved and adopted this 18th day of May 2004.


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