Public Notices
January 8, 2021

AT&T 248a Advance Notice: Cambridge (Jeffersonville)

New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC d/b/a AT&T (“AT&T”) proposes to modify an existing communications support structure to install a wireless communications facility (as described below, the “Facility” or “Project”) on property located at 1243 Junction Hill Road, Cambridge, Vermont (the “Property” or “Site”), on land owned by Windridge Sugarbush LLC, managed by American Tower Corporation. Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC (“DRM”) represents AT&T in connection with the Project. Pursuant to 30 V.S.A. § 248a, this website and the accompanying letter are intended to provide 60 days advance notice that AT&T intends to submit to the Vermont Public Utility Commission (“PUC”) a petition for approval to construct the Facility at the Site.

Download the Advance Notice 

To assess the visual effects of the Project, AT&T’s representatives conducted a balloon test at the site of the proposed Site on Monday, January 4, 2021 from 9:00am–1:00pm.  The balloon was flown to a height of 108’ feet and photographed from public areas in Town, and used to generate photographic simulations of the modified Facility from various vantage points, based on the publicly-accessible areas of visibility on the viewshed analysis. The photographic simulations are found below:

You can view "VT6313_SIM_PKG_VSS_LLC_01072021.pdf" here.

You can view "VT6313_SIM_PKG_VSS_LLC_01072021_reduced.pdf" here

Please continue to check back to this website for additional materials regarding the Project.


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