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Planned Unit Development (PUD) - General Development Plan
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Description: A planned development overlay district may be created to accommodate development projects that do not fit the standards established for the various zoning districts. A district is created in two steps: general development plan and precise implementation plan. 

Decision-maker(s): Plan Commission makes a recommendation and the Village Board makes the final decision
Application fee: $185, plus $25 per unit, plus chargebacks
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In order for an application to be heard on a given meeting date, the application (including forms, fees, plans, reports, etc.) must be submitted AND deemed complete by Village staff on or before the corresponding submittal date. Because of that, you should submit your application before the submittal date. That way, we may be able to let you know if anything is missing and you'll have some time to perhaps get it done before the deadline.

Meeting dates and their corresponding submittal dates are subject to change.
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Site Plan, Architectural, and Planned Unit Development (PUD) Application

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US Postal Service - National Delivery Planning Standards: A Guide for Builders and Developers

The United States Postal Service provides guidance for installing centralized delivery equipment (CBU) that are used in residential subdivisions, condominium projects, apartment buildings, and other multi-tenant projects. The developer will work with the local postmaster on the specific details for a given project. (Handbook PO-632)