Special Plan Commission Minutes

CALL TO ORDER – 7:00 pm
Commissioner Sweeney called the meeting to order.

ROLL CALL
In attendance, Commissioner Andrea Podraza, Commissioner Ed Sweeney, Commissioner Mark Rivecco, Commissioners Mark Carroll, Commissioner Mark Bozik
Not in attendance: Chairman Mike Brackett, Co-chairman Jennifer Duncan, Commissioner Connie Holbrook, Chairman Tom Lenkart
Staff in attendance: Village Administrator Wes Kornowske, Community Development Director Scott Buening, Deputy Village Clerk Cindy Torraco.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES – June 5, 2012
Motion for approval made by Commissioner Carroll and seconded by Commissioner Podraza 
All in favor. Motion approved. 

PUBLIC HEARINGS

a. 12-004: 41 S. Randall Road-Special Use-Personal Training Center 5,000+ square feet (Top Pick Athletics Company)

Chairman Sweeney opened the public hearing:

Scott Buening provided an overview of the special use to allow for a personal training center over 5,000 square feet and noted Top Picks Athletics Company is moving from a smaller unit. Due to the increased square footage of 8,000 feet, they would require a special use to continue operating.

Public Comments: none 

Commissioner Sweeney closed the public hearing.

Discussion: Commissioner Carroll pointed out a correction in the staff report, stating “used car sales lot” should be crossed off from the standards listed in the staff report. Commissioner Rivecco asked what the reason was that 5,000 square feet is the deciding size for a special use, Buening noted that with the last zoning ordinance change, 5,000 square feet seemed like a good number considering a facility that size or larger requires more parking, staffing needs, etc.

b. 12-005: 216 Butterfield Road-Amending Special Use Ordinance 92-1 for Asphalt Plant (Geneva Construction Company) 

Chairman Sweeney opened the public hearing

Buening stated the petitioner has posted the required signs and published the notice for this public hearing. He stated anyone wishing to make comments should sign the Sign in sheet. 

Buening noted that the petitioner is asking for three things with regard to the amendment to the special use: First, they are asking to allow for language that talks about odor to be deleted, which was invalidated by a court order as the judge ruled it to be arbitrary and unconstitutional.

Chairman Brackett entered meeting at 7:15 .m.

Secondly, the Village Attorney looked at the language regarding dust and noted this posed a similar problem as the odor control and should also be removed from the language. Third, that the language states that the Village can go on to this property at any time to check on any issues and a three-year review is no longer needed.

Audience questions and comments:

Pat Kinnalli, 2114 Deerpath Road, North Aurora, attorney for the petitioner, Geneva Construction. 
Kinnalli stated he was the lawyer on the case that went to court and he was here to work with the Trustees and Plan Commission, noting that Geneva Construction has complied with all ordinances of the Village. 

Kevin King, 109 Gorham Court, North Aurora – stated he has been a resident for ten years and he asked why the Village can’t make the ordinance clear and not allow dust or odor to enter Chesterfield Subdivision. Bracket noted this was addressed in the letter from Village Attorney Drendel and Buening added that the court invalidated the ordinance and the Village cannot enforce the odor issue, and added that the dust issue is similar in how it is stated in the ordinance and cannot be enforced. King as if the court’s decision can be appealed. Kornowske stated that the Village asked for a motion for clarification. Brackett gave an example of a barbecue that would create odors that can’t be stopped from going to a neighbor’s property.

Aimee Becker, 454 Chesterfield Lane, North Aurora – Asked if Geneva Construction is willing to work with the Chesterfield residents who are affected by the odors and dust. Kinnalli responded that his client has been in business for 50 years and this has not been a problem until the subdivision was built. Becker asked how many years ago they started the asphalt crushing. Geneva Construction has been operating at this site since 1975 as an asphalt plant. Becker asked about the additives that they were going to ad to make the odor better. Kinnalli noted that the asphalt mix is used to build roads and is regulated by the state department of highways, adding that they tried a cherry scented additive and a pine scented additive. Becker stated that the odor has become more prevalent over the last few years. Kinnalli replied that the asphalt production has not increased. Becker asked if the Village feels they have been there for the residents. Kornowske stated that the Village has done everything that could be done, including meeting with the Chesterfield homeowners and their attorney and taking Geneva Construction to court. Kinnalli stated that his client, has not received any citations form the Village of North Aurora with respect to their operations and they are currently permitted to operate until the Spring of 2013, adding they have a Federal site operation permit that cost thousands of dollars and they are in total compliance with what the Village has asked us to do or not do.

Mark Bellis, 649 Hamilton Lane - asked about the section of the special use that would eliminate the review of Geneva Construction’s property every three year and asked if the last few reviews indicated any issues, corrective actions or repeat violations. Buening noted that have been no complaints or issues at any three year reviews and the most recent complaints came in shortly after the last review when this was brought up for litigation. Brackett asked if there had been a violation, and Buening noted there had been. Kornowske stated that historically, there have not been any violations within the three-year reviews that would stop the Village from extending the special use noting the first three-year review was done in 1995. Bellis asked if there were any repeat violations. Kornowske noted that it is hard to say, and that the Village began these discussions after the 2010 complaint of noise, dust and odors. Bellis asked if the Village eliminates the three-year auto review, how often the Village would review the facility. Buening noted that the Village would inspect the facility any time a complaint was received. Kinnalli clarified that Geneva Construction has had no violations, only complaints from neighbors, and he acknowledged that the only violation filed in court was filed earlier this year and that was found to be unsupported. 

Nick Nelson, Attorney for Chesterfield, 128 South County Farm Road, Wheaton - stated that the court found the ordinance to be unconstitutional because of how it is written and ordinances like this one exists in all cities and the Village’s ordinance is vague and more a drafting problem. Nelson stated that smells crossing over property lines is an issue in Illinois and there are legal remedies for such issues. Now it appears that Geneva Construction is asking the Village to remove all checks from the special use. He stated that his clients trying to live their life but it is at times, impossible to ignore the odor. Homeowners are fearful to leave windows open over night. They want something to ensure that Geneva Construction is a responsible neighbor and the Chesterfield HOA is asking the Plan Commission to keep this issue open and give them 60 days. Asking the village and Geneva Construction to meet and develop a plan and language. The goal is to take a step that homeowners can live with and come up with a community based solution.

Patricia Graw, 619 Thompson Ave. North Aurora - President of Chesterfield Homeowners Association stated since she has become president, her open door policy is why she believes there have been more complaints and questions since 2010. The Chesterfield residents came to the Village to discuss the odor and dust problems and she passed on these complaints to the Village. Graw stated that she invited each of the Trustees for breakfast at her home to see the dust and smell the odor. Graw said she didn’t know there was an asphalt plant when she bought her home. She said that however Geneva Construction’s business has changed over the years; the odor has gotten worse in the last few years. She stated children in Chesterfield have asthma from the asphalt plant. Graw said there are other plants that operate with little odors so maybe Geneva Construction is not using the right additives and asked them to work as community to do something and help the neighbors to come up a solution.

Aimee Becker, 454 Chesterfield North Aurora – Becker stated that in the past year and a half the neighborhood has come together to try and resolve the issues adding that a lot of the residents didn’t realize there was an asphalt plant there when they bought their homes. Residents don’t want to fight with this company; they just want to live in homes. Becker said that when Geneva Construction gets Federal contracts, they run the rock crusher around the clock or start at 4:00 a.m. Becker said they are just there to run their business and don’t care to be a good neighbor. Becker stated that she feels that the Village is not on the residents’ side and said the Village put the neighborhood there and we live here because homes were built here. Becker said she does not trust Geneva Construction. 

Lew Samules, 421 Chesterfield Lane, North Aurora - Why can’t the Village write a new ordinance like the one written for LaFarge? 

Buening noted that the standards for a special use are the same in both petitions. Buening said that the standards are just conditions of approval and are added as part of the special use. Further, what was found unconstitutional were the conditions. The Village still has a zoning ordinance that has to be. Any other facility can actually have odor and dust within certain limitations of the zoning ordinance. 

Chairman Brackett closed the public hearing.

c. 12-006: 98 S. Randall Road (NICOR Metering Station)-Rezoning from A-Agricultural to E-R Estate Rural District (Village of North Aurora)

Chairman Brackett opened the public hearing

Buening provided an overview of the recommendation to approve zoning change for this property, as it is one of four properties zoned agricultural and would need to be rezoned and noted that the I-3 zoning district is being eliminated with the new zoning ordinance. Further he noted that no findings of fact are required for this.

Discussion - none

Chairman Brackett closed the public hearing

Plan Commissioner Comments: 

Rivecco, Podraza, Sweeney, Carroll - no comments

Commissioner Bozik questioned why we would do away with industrial zoning in this areal? Buening noted that industrial would allow for whole host of uses we may not want, and the ER zoning would provide for some limitations, and ER is consistent with surrounding zoning.

NEW BUSINESS

a. 12-004: 41 S. Randall Road-Special Use-Personal Training Center 5,000+ square feet (Top Pick Athletics Company)

Discussion: Commissioner Carroll pointed out “used car sales lot” in the staff report on page two under the findings of fact no. 1 should be struck.

Commissioner Sweeney read the Findings of Fact: 

1. That the establishment, maintenance, or operation of the special use will not be detrimental to or endanger the public health, safety, morals, comfort, or general welfare; 
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree;
Bozik - Agree 
2. That the special use will not be injurious to the use and enjoyment of other property in the immediate vicinity for the purposes already permitted, nor substantially diminish and impair property values with the neighborhood; 
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree;
Bozik - Agree
3. That the establishment of the special use will not impede the normal and orderly development and improvement of the surrounding property for uses permitted in the district; 
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree;
Bozik - Agree 
4. That the exterior architectural appeal and functional plan of any proposed structure will not be so at variation with either the exterior architectural appeal and functional plan of the structures already constructed or in the course of construction in the immediate neighborhood or the character of the applicable district, as to cause a substantial depreciation in the property values within the neighborhood; 
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree;
Bozik - Agree 
5. That adequate utilities, access roads, drainage and/or necessary facilities have been or are being provided;
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree;
Bozik - Agree 
6. That adequate measures have been or will be taken to provide ingress and egress so designed as to minimum traffic congestion in the public streets; and 
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree;
Bozik - Agree 
7. That the special use shall, in all other respects, conform to the applicable regulations of the district in which it is located, except as such regulations may, in each instance, be modified by the village board of trustees pursuant to the recommendations of the plan commission. 
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree;
Bozik - Agree 

Findings of Fact – All in complete agreement

MOTION: Move for approval made by Commissioner Rivecco, Seconded by Commissioner Carroll 

Roll Call: Commissioner Podraza (Rattray) – yes, Commissioner Sweeney – yes, Commissioner Rivecco – yes, Commissioner Carroll – yes, Commissioner Bozik – yes

All in Favor

MOTION APPROVED with the strike-out of “used car sales lots” 

b. 12-005: 216 Butterfield Road-Amending Special Use Ordinance 92-1 for Asphalt Plant (Geneva Construction Company) 

Discussion:
Commissioner Carroll asked for clarification of the proposed change to 3G of the text amendment regarding the performance standards and asked if this was included in the new zoning ordinance or if “as amended from time to time” should be added. Buening replied that the whole paragraph could be removed and they would still have to comply with the standards in zoning ordinance

Commissioner Carroll asked if the odors are in compliance as set forth in the zoning ordinance. Buening noted that the zoning ordinance has limitations on odors across residences or businesses and the zoning ordinance states it shall not be a nuisance and it is very subjective, further, the Village has not investigated at this time if they are in compliance in the new zoning ordinance. The new Zoning ordinance is set to be reviewed by the Village Board at a special C.O.W. meeting on July 30th.

Commissioner Carroll asked if there is any legal reason why the Village can’t apply different standards for different zoning districts. Buening said the language in the zoning ordinance does that for industrial districts, adding this is an unfair situation on this property, as they have to comply with a higher standard than any other industrial use. Buening added that you could generally apply different standards for different zoning as long as it is equitable.

Chairman Brackett asked how or what will change with the special use in 2013. Buening noted that is just a trigger date to look at the facility and see if they are in compliance. The Village can respond to any complaints and investigate at any time and take action if any violations are found. Commissioner Carroll asked if a new special use is required after each three year review. Buening noted the reviews are passed by resolution and are not a revocation of the special use. 

Commissioner Bozik asked how the Village could come back with a measurable standard, and how it could be incorporated into the special use? Buening noted now is the time to amend the special use.

Kinnalli stated Geneva construction is fine with the special use as it is currently and noted the Village Attorney was asking to remove the language. The special use is unconstitutional but Geneva Construction is trying to work with the Village to find a solution. Bozik asked what measures have been taken to address the odors and Kinnalli stated Geneva Construction continues to add additives at a substantial cost, adding they have tried to respond to the complaints but apparently it is not satisfactory, noting Geneva Construction does not have any violations.

Commissioner Bozik asked if they have looked into any kind of filtration system for particulate emissions, Kinnalli replied they have not and that they have followed federal standards for emissions. The site permit issued by the state E.P.A. on behalf of the federal government, noting the state acts as agent for federal E.P.A. Buening added it is similar to army corp. of engineers. 

Commissioner Bozik noted that Geneva Construction agreed to install sidewalks along Butterfield Road as part of the last special use and asked what the status was. Buening noted the Village is working on them, due to elevation and tree removal, an alternative sidewalk will be installed to connect to Chesterfield and we are close to getting approval from IDOT. This will provide a more logical connection from Chesterfield to Laurel. Also, with the Safe Routes to School program, this will link into the entire sidewalk network. 

Commissioner Sweeney asked if the purpose of tonight’s action is to create alignment with the court order. Kornowske stated that currently, Geneva Construction is operating without a special use because it has been determined to be unconstitutional and the amendment to the special use before the Plan Commission tonight is being asked for to bring them into compliance. 

Commissioner Podraza commented on the odor and hours of operation, noting she assumes the hours of operation increase in the summer. Buening noted specific hours are allowed under the special use and there is a provision to operate outside those hours if they are working on a state or federal contract. 

Kornowske noted the Village could buy an olfactory meter but this would only be a subjective evaluation and we would run into more issues. There would be a problem using the zoning ordinance for standards of a special use. 

Chairman Brackett asked if any research has been done with other asphalt plants and whether they use additives or if there are measurable standards in other communities. Buening noted yes, other asphalt plants have been looked at and most do not have additives, however, they are not close to residential areas. 

Commissioner Bozik asked what restrictions would be left in the special use if amended. Buening replied they would still need to be in compliance with E.P.A. standards, landscaping, maintenance of access drive, a number of conditions that would still be in the special use. Buening noted there is identifiable standards in the new zoning ordinance and stated he would imagine the Village Board would want to see some kind of standard for odor in the new zoning ordinance. 

Commissioner Carroll suggested tabling this issue until the next meeting. Kornowske noted it could take the Village Board 6 months to approve the new zoning ordinance. Buening noted that there would be no harm in letting this wait 60 days, as long as petitioner does not object. Right now they can continue to operate as they have been without a negative impact. 

Chairman Bracket noted the Chesterfield HOA requested time to meet with Geneva Construction and asked if they object to this being tabled. Kinnalli said they absolutely do object and they have filed the petition, complied with the rules and came here tonight to address this problem. Commissioner Sweeney noted that taking action on this petition tonight has no effect on the two parties coming together to try and mitigate the odor issue. As we sit, the special use is invalid. Commissioner Carroll asked if the findings of facts are required to amend the special use. Buening replied they are. 

Nelson, attorney for the H.O.A. stated we have not heard from Geneva construct as to whether they will try to communicate with the homeowners 

John Bryant, President of Geneva construction, 17 Ash Road, Sugar Grove – said that at the last public hearing we invited residents to come see our operation and only one gentleman called and met with us. He was shocked and impressed with the activity that goes on at our site. Geneva Construction is more than happy to sit down with the Chesterfield H.O.A. said they would come to an H.O.A. meeting or the HOA could come to their facility. Either way, they would be happy to set something up. 

Patricia Graw noted that residents have called and emailed her and Graw said she has not contacted Geneva Construction, but she has been communicating with the Village, as the Village recommended she do and she said she was not invited to visit or meet with Geneva Construction.

Commissioner Brackett noted a request was made by the Chesterfield H.O.A. and accepted by Geneva Construction to meet. H.O.A. Attorney Nelson said he would facilitate a meeting with Geneva Construction. Kornowske noted that it is the Village’s mission to encourage residents and businesses to resolve issues prior to coming to the Village, and suggested they work out a compromise through neighborly behavior. Commissioner Sweeney stated the Plan Commission does not have to wait for this meeting to happen in order to vote on the amendment of the special use, and this issue does not influence that discussion Commissioner Bozik disagreed, noting that any discussion of the special use won’t be included into the amended special use. Buening said that recommendations on conditions for special use can be made and also, under state statute, this can only be delayed for so long, especially if the petitioner objects. 

MOTION: Commissioner Carroll made a motion to table the approval for Amending the Special Use Ordinance 92-1 for Asphalt Plant (Geneva Construction Company) to the next Plan Commission meeting, Motion was seconded by Commissioner Bozik

Roll Call: Commissioner Podraza – No, Commissioner Sweeney – No, Commissioner Rivecco – No, Commissioner Carroll – Yes, Commissioner Bozik - Yes

MOTION FAILED

Chairman Brackett read the Findings of Fact

1. That the establishment, maintenance, or operation of the special use will not be detrimental to or endanger the public health, safety, morals, comfort, or general welfare; 
Podraza (Rattray) - Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Disagree; Carroll – Disagree; 
Bozik - Disagree
2. That the special use will not be injurious to the use and enjoyment of other property in the immediate vicinity for the purposes already permitted, nor substantially diminish and impair property values with the neighborhood; 
Bozik – Disagree; Carroll – Disagree; Rivecco – Disagree; Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; 
Sweeney - Agree
3. That the establishment of the special use will not impede the normal and orderly development and improvement of the surrounding property for uses permitted in the district; 
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Disagree; Bozik - Agree 
4. That the exterior architectural appeal and functional plan of any proposed structure will not be so at variation with either the exterior architectural appeal and functional plan of the structures already constructed or in the course of construction in the immediate neighborhood or the character of the applicable district, as to cause a substantial depreciation in the property values within the neighborhood; 
Sweeney – Agree; Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree; Bozik - Agree 
5. That adequate utilities, access roads, drainage and/or necessary facilities have been or are being provided;
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree; Bozik - Agree 
6. That adequate measures have been or will be taken to provide ingress and egress so designed as to minimum traffic congestion in the public streets; and 
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree; Bozik - Agree 
7. That the special use shall, in all other respects, conform to the applicable regulations of the district in which it is located, except as such regulations may, in each instance, be modified by the village board of trustees pursuant to the recommendations of the plan commission. 
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree; Bozik - Agree 

MOTION: Commissioner Sweeney made a motion for approval for Amending the Special Use Ordinance 92-1 for Asphalt Plant (Geneva Construction Company), Seconded by Commissioner Podraza

Roll Call: Commissioner Sweeney – yes, Commissioner Podraza (Rattray) – yes, Commissioner Rivecco – yes, Commissioner Carroll – no, Commissioner Bozik – no

MOTION APPROVED – 3-2

Recommendation to go to the Village Board meeting in August 

c. 12-006: 98 S. Randall Road (NICOR Metering Station)-Rezoning from A-Agricultural to E-R Estate Rural District (Village of North Aurora)

Commissioner Brackett read the Findings of Fact: 

1. That the establishment, maintenance, or operation of the special use will not be detrimental to or endanger the public health, safety, morals, comfort, or general welfare; 
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree; Bozik - Agree 
2. That the special use will not be injurious to the use and enjoyment of other property in the immediate vicinity for the purposes already permitted, nor substantially diminish and impair property values with the neighborhood; 
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree; Bozik - Agree 
3. That the establishment of the special use will not impede the normal and orderly development and improvement of the surrounding property for uses permitted in the district; 
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree; Bozik - Agree
4. That the exterior architectural appeal and functional plan of any proposed structure will not be so at variation with either the exterior architectural appeal and functional plan of the structures already constructed or in the course of construction in the immediate neighborhood or the character of the applicable district, as to cause a substantial depreciation in the property values within the neighborhood; 
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree; Bozik - Agree
5. That adequate utilities, access roads, drainage and/or necessary facilities have been or are being provided;
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree; Bozik - Agree
6. That adequate measures have been or will be taken to provide ingress and egress so designed as to minimum traffic congestion in the public streets; and 
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree; Bozik - Agree
7. That the special use shall, in all other respects, conform to the applicable regulations of the district in which it is located, except as such regulations may, in each instance, be modified by the village board of trustees pursuant to the recommendations of the plan commission. 
Podraza (Rattray) – Agree; Sweeney – Agree; Rivecco – Agree; Carroll – Agree; Bozik - Agree

Findings of Fact – All in complete agreement

MOTION: Move for approval made by Commissioner Sweeney, Seconded by Commissioner Rivecco

Roll Call: Commissioner Podraza (Rattray) – yes, Commissioner Sweeney – yes, Commissioner Rivecco – yes, Commissioner Carroll – yes, Commissioner Bozik – yes

MOTION APPROVED 
Recommendation to go to the Village Board meeting in August 

OLD BUSINESS
None

PLAN COMMISSIONER COMMENTS AND PROJECT UPDATES

417 S. Lincolnway-Sign Variance, Lots 2 and 4 Randall Road Commercial Center
Buening noted this sign variance was approved by the Village Board with no objections. The building permit has been submitted for the gas station and we are waiting on the demolition permit. Commissioner Bozik noted the fire district training will be done at the end of July Chairman Brackett asked about relocating the Village entrance signs, Buening noted the signs by Offutt and Eden will be relocated.

Commissioner Carroll asked about an update with either the Citgo or Marathon gas stations. Buening noted the Marathon is continuing with remediation and that contamination has spread a little further than first thought and they are putting a monitoring well on John Street. 

Buening noted the state is doing work on the bridge on Rt. 31 as well as sidewalk along Rt. 31 .

The special use for Lots 2 and 4 in Randall Commercial Center has been revoked by the Village Board.

The August Plan Commission meeting will have Zepelak zoning amendment on the agenda, for the property bounded by Mooseheart, Orchard, Tanner and Deerpath. Mango Creek is east of Orchard and the annexation agreement for this has already been approved.

Regarding property at Orchard and Oak, Buening said it is in foreclosure and the Village has come to an understanding with bank that we would not draw on the Letter of Credit this year, and they will work to market development of the lots as a single parcel. The bank that is foreclosing holds the surety.

Buening noted the Village met with the Tollway Park of Commerce to discuss newly formed association. The Village mowed along Airport Road about a month ago and will not mow again, and they were informed that liens will be placed on the property if not kept up. 

Andrea Podraza noted this would be her last Plan Commission meeting, as she was moving to Wheaton in August. 

ADJOURNMENT

MOTION: Motion to adjourn made by Commissioner Carroll, seconded by Commissioner Bozik
Voice Vote: All in Favor

Meeting adjourned at 9:00 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Cynthia Torraco
Deputy Village Clerk