Small Cell Equipment Public Hearings
Contact info: Selectmen's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
We respectfully request that all questions be funneled through this office vs. residents separately sending emails to the town's contracted counsel and engineers so that all questions may be posed to them in one location.
Public hearing continued to Wednesday, April 14, 2021 @ 6:30 p.m. on Webex. Agenda and sign on
Last public hearing March 22, 2021
Follows is original application as well as information received after public hearings
ATT Burlington response letter 4.5.2021
ATT Burlington response letter 4.1.2021
Isotrope Follow-on Comments 3.31.2021
Revised Structural Analysis Report 3.19.2021
Proposed locations and coverage maps 3.19.2021
FCC List of Communications Equipment that pose threat 3.12.2021
Public Hearing Notice: February 22, 2021 @ 6:30 p.m.
Small Cell Wireless Installation in public right-of-way; replacement light pole - near 44 Burlington Mall Road, Burlington, MA (CRAN_RCTB_00070_1011)
Application and Cover Letter
Wireless Engineer for the Town's Approval Letter
REQUEST FOR SMALL CELL EQUIPMENT IN PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY
(Contact the Planning Department for non public right-of-way)
Small Cell Cover Letter and Policies
Contact email@example.com to request:
The Town of Burlington created a Small Cell Equipment committee to study, along with Town Counsel and the Board of Selectmen, a policy for requests for small cell equipment to be placed on utility poles in Burlington.
Members of the committee included:
- Board of Selectman
- Inspector of Buildings
- Planning Director
- Police Safety
- Board of Health
- Fire Department
- Zoning Board of Appeals
- Purchasing Analyst
- Bylaw Review
- Town Engineer
- Town Clerk
The committee reviewed design criteria and submission application. Because of the strict timeline guidelines, the committee and counsel recommended a professional engineer to review all applications that come in.
It is acknowledged that there is concern about the possible health effects of wireless telecommunication facilities, however the Federal Communications Act of 1996, which is still in effect, only allows that local governments require applicable federal standards.
Some of the information received and reviewed: