CSC: Docket No. 455 - Southington
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Docket No. 455 - Southington


DOCKET NO. 455 – Cellco Partnership d/b/a Verizon Wireless application for a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need for the construction, maintenance, and operation of a telecommunications facility located at Southington Tax Assessor Map/Lot 066053, 99 East Street, Southington, Connecticut.

 
     
Tab 1   -   East Street Facility - Factual Summary and Project Plans   
Tab 2   -   Certificate of Service of Application on Government Officials and List of Officials Served   
Tab 3   -   Legal Notice in the Record Journal     
Tab 4   -   Notice to Landowners; List of Abutting Landowners; Certificate of Service     
Tab 5   -   Federal Communication Commission Licenses     
Tab 6   -   Coverage Maps - Location of East Street and Surrounding Cell Sites    
Tab 7   -   Antenna and Equipment Specifications
Tab 8   -   Site Search Summary   
Tab 9   -   Visibility Analysis   
Tab 10 -   USFWS Compliance Determination  
Tab 11 -   NDDB Compliance Determination  
Tab 12 -   Avian Study  
Tab 13 -   Far Field Approximation Tables 
Tab 14 -   Wetland and Vernal Pool Evaluation
Tab 15 -   FEMA - Flood Insurance Rate Maps   
Tab 16 -   Federal Airways & Airspace Summary Report 
Tab 17 -   Lease Agreement  


Bulk Filing
 
 
Procedural Correspondence
Telecommunication Carrier Correspondence

   
            Correspondence from T-Mobile, 1/29/15
            Council Response to T-Mobile, 2/4/15

     
State Agency Comments

 
Municipal Comments

State Official Comments
 
Parties and Intervenors

 
Pre-hearing Questions and Responses


 
 
Motions, Briefs and Findings of Fact



 
Environmental Compliance Monitoring Reports:



   
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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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