Cell tower may be installed at Franich Park
Vertical Consultants has recently assisted many Midwest landowners who have turned to them for guidance with their cell tower leases, including property owners from Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska, and Michigan. With this expansion into the Midwestern market, there is a need for property owners willing to lease their land for cell tower placement and, for those existing cell tower landlords, continuing their cell tower leases with their respective telecom tenants is vital. Vertical Consultants can work to negotiate terms that establish rights that are beneficial to the landowner while limiting the obligations that same party may have under that same agreement, or more to the point get the most and give up the least. A property owners first step will need to be to establish True Value of its site and go from there. Hugh Odom, President and Founder of Vertical Consultants states, As a result of recent mobile demand, networks are expanding their services in order to suffice these technological needs. This expansion is having a huge impact on the value of new cell tower leases and existing ones. Vertical Consultants makes it a priority to provide property owners from the Midwest, and all landowners throughout North America, with sufficient information and representation that will ultimately lead to their realization of the true value of their cell tower leases.” Giving credence to the assertion of disparity between property owners and telecom companies are Vertical Consultants results in not only increasing cell tower lease value, but also in recovering unpaid cell tower rents from telecom companies for their clients. In 2012, the telecom consulting firm increased property owners cell tower rent by 142% and has, in just over two years, recovered over 200 years worth of unpaid cell tower rent and expenses, collectively. Vertical Consultants was founded in 2010 by Hugh Odom and is comprised of group of telecom experts with decades of combined telecom experience. Vertical Consultants prides itself as the only true landowner advocate, handling all aspects of a telecom lease from start to finish while garnering unmatched results for their clients. To learn more about disparities within the telecom industry, please visit http://www.vertical-consultants.com or contact info(at)vertical-consultants(dot)com.
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Under the Watsonville Municipal Code, a telecommunications site must have a setback equal to twice the structures height between any residential unit or school. The proposed tower, according to the report, will be about 391 feet from the nearest adjacent residence and 243 feet away from a school. EBI Consulting, which prepared a radio frequency analysis for the proposal, found that the exposure level at the nearest walking surface will be 2.5 percent of the maximum exposure limit for the general public, the report stated. According to AT&T, the tower would improve coverage to the East Lake Avenue area, from Beck Street to Bridge Street, and along Tuttle Avenue from Rogers Street to Delta Way. The Planning Commission will also consider allowing El Miramar Sports Bar to operate with a beer and wine license again, more than six months after it was revoked by the City Council for reported violations. On Feb. 5, the Planning Commission voted to revoke El Miramars alcohol license after police reportedly found it operating as a night club without a permit and discovered minors drinking in the bar. The City Council upheld the decision at its April 9 meeting. According to Tavantzis and Merriams report, no police-related incidents have occurred at the business since the decision.
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Aim to cut radiation with cell tower policy: Activists
Discussing the shape of the upcoming state policy on mobile towers, the delegation said that health hazards due to cell antennae could be reduced only by lowering radiation levels. “The state is coming up with a final policy on mobile towers, so citizen groups, doctors and other technical experts were invited by the chief secretary to give feedback and suggestions,” activist Prakash Munshi said on Thursday. Sources said the feedback may be used by the government while drafting the final cell tower policy . 10 Demands 1. BMC website should list all mobile tower sites covered by the HC stay on removal. Action should be taken against towers not covered by stay and flouting guidelines 2. Inform citizens about levels prior to DoT reduction of radiation norms by 90% in September 2012 and levels today 3. Maximum two antennae per tower on building rooftop 4. Tower tower leases height should be 10 metres above terrace level 5. Ban on towers on side walls 6.
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