Public Notices
June 12, 2020

AT&T Petition for Certificate of Public Good Mendon, VT

AT&T: Mendon, VT

New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC (“AT&T”), for itself and the federal First Responder Network Authority (“FirstNet”), proposes to install a 140’ monopole telecommunications tower at property located on property located off of U.S. Route 4 in Mendon owned by CVMENDON, LLC, Tax Map 06-02011.006, in the Ridgeline Overlay District. The Project will allow capabilities for FirstNet, a national statewide interoperable network for first responders, as well as improving AT&T coverage in Mendon and Chittenden. 

The Certificate of Public Good petition was filed with the Vermont Public Utility Commission on May 6, 2020.  A complete copy of the petition and accompanying materials can be found here:

In addition to these materials, additional photo simulations taken from various vantage points near private properties in Mendon can be found here.

UPDATE: Based on an order issued July 2, 2020, the Public Utility Commission has extended the public comment date until Thursday, July 30, 2020. (Instructions on how to submit comments and participate in the process via the Commission’s ePUC portal can be found in the document marked “7.Notice of Filing of Petition” included in the Sharelink file, above.)

Public Information Session

The Town of Mendon organized a public information session for Wednesday, June 10 at 6pm via videoconference. Download a copy of AT&T's presentation regarding the project.

For further details, contact Nancy Gondella, Town Clerk, at


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