CSC: Docket No. 449 - Redding

Docket No. 449 - Redding

Message Center Management and New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC application for a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need for the construction, maintenance, and operation of a telecommunications facility located at Redding Tax Assessor Map 23, Lot 72, Redding Ridge Fire Department, 186 Black Rock Turnpike, Redding, Connecticut.
Tab 1   -    AT&T's Statement of Radio Frequency Need with Coverage Plots
Tab 2   -    Summary of Site Search 
Tab 3   -    Description and Design of Proposed Facility 
Tab 4   -    Environmental Review Information
Tab 5   -    Visual Analysis
Tab 6   -    Municipal Consultation Information 
Tab 7   -    Text of Legal Notice; Notice to Abutters; Abutters List; Certification of Service 
Tab 8   -    Certification of Application Service to Local, State, and Federal Agencies 
Tab 9   -    Connecticut Siting Council Application Guide 
Tab 10 -    Docket 334 Decision and Order  
Bulk Filing - available for review in Council's office
Technical Report to the Town of Redding
Town of Redding Plan of Conservation and Development, effective 12/29/08
Town of Redding Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Regulations, effective 4/25/13
Town of Redding Zoning Regulations, effective 2/1/86, including amendments through 10/29/07
Town of Redding Zoning Map amended to 1/1/02
Procedural Correspondence
Carrier Correspondence
State Agency Comments
Municipal Comments
State Official Comments
Parties and Intervenors
Pre-hearing Questions and Responses
Pre-filed Hearing Testimony and Documents
Motions, Briefs and Findings of Fact

Development and Management Plan (D&M Plan)
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Once an application is approved the applicant then must file what is known as a Development & Management (D&M) Plan, which addresses several details including construction, design, etc., for Council approval prior to construction.

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