CSC: Docket No. 478 - Eco/T-Mo-Glastonbury

DOCKET NO. 478 - Eco-Site, Inc. and T-Mobile Northeast, LLC application for a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need for the construction, maintenance, and operation of a telecommunications facility located at 63 Woodland Street, Glastonbury, Connecticut.

APPLICATION
Attachment 1 - Statement of Radio Frequency (RF) Need with Coverage Plots
Attachment 2 - Summary of Site Search and List of Existing Tower/Cell Sites
Attachment 3 - Site and Facility Description, Mapping, Drawings and FAA Determination
Attachment 4 - Environmental Assessment Statement Review
Attachment 5 - Visibility Analysis
Attachment 6 - Emissions Analysis Report
Attachment 7 - Correspondence related to Municipal Consultation
Attachment 8 - Notice Published and Sent to Abutting Landowners; Certification of Service to Notice of Abutting Landowners; Sample Letter sent to Abutting Property Owners
Attachment 9 - Connecticut Siting Council Application Guide
 
Bulk Filings
1.   Town of Glastonbury Zoning Map
2.   Town of Glastonbury Zoning Code
3.   Town of Glastonbury Plan of Conservation and Development
4.   Technical Report Submitted to the Town of Glastonbury
5.   Power Point Presentation provided to Town of Glastonbury
 
PROCEDUAL CORRESPONDENCE
STATE AGENCY COMMENTS
 
MUNICIPAL COMMENTS
 
PUBLIC OFFICIAL COMMENTS
 
HEARING INFORMATION
Schedule 
Service List
 
Hearing Programs
 
Transcripts
 
PARTIES AND INTERVENORS
 
   Applicant - Cellco Partnership d/b/a Verizon Wireless (Cellco's)
Exhibits
 
 
Correspondence
 
Motions and Objections
 
 
Post Hearing Briefs and Draft Findings of Fact
   Party - Town of Glastonbury (pending decision)
           
 
COUNCIL'S DRAFT FINDINGS OF FACT
  

 
FINAL DECISION
   
   
   
   




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