CSC: Docket No. 427 - East Haven/Branford

Docket No. 427 - East Haven/Branford

DOCKET NO. 427 – American Towers LLC Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need for the construction, maintenance and operation of a telecommunications facility located at one of two sites:  171 Short Beach Road, Branford, or 82 Short Beach Road, East Haven, Connecticut.
Exhibit 1   -   Radio Frequency Engineering Report with Coverage Plots   
Exhibit 2   -   Site Search Summary   
Exhibit 3   -   DAS Suitability Analysis

Proposed Branford Facility:
Exhibit 4A -  Description and Design of Proposed Facility    
Exhibit 4B -  Environmental Assessment  
Exhibit 4C -  Visual Evaluation Report  
Exhibit 4D -  Correspondence with State Agencies

Proposed East Haven Facility:
Exhibit 5A -  Description and Design of Proposed Facility    
Exhibit 5B -  Environmental Assessment  
Exhibit 5C -  Visual Evaluation Report  
Exhibit 5D -  Correspondence with State Agencies

Exhibit 6   -   Municipal Consultations with Towns of Branford and East Haven   
Exhibit 7   -   Certification of Service on and List of Government Officials Served   
Exhibit 8   -   Legal Notice; Notice to and List of Abutting Landowners; Certification of Service   
Exhibit 9   -   Connecticut Siting Council Application Guide

Field Review Notice  for field review on 07/10/12
Continued Hearing Memo  for hearing on 08/15/12
Continued Hearing Memo for hearing on 09/11/12
Continued Hearing Memo  for hearing on 10/02/12 at 1pm
Service List  03/05/15
Parties and Intervenors
Pre-hearing Questions
 to NAT/AT&T
Criscuolo questions to NAT/AT&T, 08/31/12
 to Cellco
 to Town of Branford
State Agency Comment
Pre-filed Testimony/ Hearing Submissions
   Cellco d/b/a Verizon Wireless
   Town of Branford
   R. Moreland
     Sarah Pierson
   Bruce Williams
   N. Whitehead
Post Hearing Brief
Final Decision
Development and Management Plan (D&M Plan)

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