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Buffalo Grove board meets with Cambridge Commons developer

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By Daily Herald report

Buffalo Grove trustees at a special meeting Wednesday night again discussed plans for a Fresh Farms grocery store at the Cambridge Commons shopping center, but took no action. Village Manager Dane Bragg said the meeting was to make sure there were no surprises and that he expected based on the discussion that the developer will present revised signage requests at the board's next meeting July 15 that are likely to meet with approval. The village board at its last meeting approved a $1.1 million tax incentive agreement but rejected a variance for the height of the building's facade. The developer has a new design for the facade that is 44 feet instead of 55 feet, eliminating the need for the variance, Bragg said. Remaining issues relate to the height and size of signage on the building and on a free-standing sign.

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