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Pure Oil Building Drive-Through Plan Goes to Plan Commission Thursday

Geneva's Plan Commission has three big items on the Aug. 9 agenda, including a public hearing on the plans for a drive-through banking facility at the historic Pure Oil Building on State Street.

Three interesting items grace the Geneva Plan Commission agenda for Thursday, Aug. 9, including a look at plans for a drive-through facility at the former .

Thomas Hansen of St. Charles Bank & Trust Co. will ask the advisory commission to approve a request for a special use permit that will allow a drive-through at the which after a public outcry earlier this year.

In addition to the special use, St. Charles Bank & Trust is asking for a zoning ordinance amendment to reduce the required number of "stacking spaces" per drive-through lane from five spaces to three spaces.

The properties in question include much of the block, from 502 to 514 W. State St. as well as 12 S. Fifth St.

In another public hearing, Don Campbell of Fox Valley Signs, on behalf of KIN Properties, Inc. is asking to amend the Randall Square Planned Unit Development to allow single-tenant freestanding buildings in excess of 24,000 square feet to place wall signs on all four sides of the building at 1660 S. Randall Road.

And in a third public hearing, Wilfrid Freve of Duke Realty is seeking a site plan review and an amendment to the Geneva Business Park Planned Unit Development to allow for a 163,000-square-foot addition to the south side of the existing Peacock Engineering building, 18800 Averill Road.

The Plan Commission meets at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 9, at .

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