New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC d/b/a AT&T (“AT&T”) seeks approval from the Vermont Public Utility Commission (the “PUC” or “Commission”) to replace an existing Orange County Sheriff’s Department (“OCSD”) and Chelsea Fire Department (“CFD”) communications tower with a new communications support structure and wireless communications facility on property owned by David and Sarah Gordon, located at 16 Windswept Lane, Chelsea, Vermont (the “Property” or “Site”).  Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC represents AT&T in connection with Project.  To review a copy of the petition and accompanying materials, click the link below:

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If you have any comments or would seek to intervene / request a public hearing, you must submit comments to the Public Utility Commission using its ePUC platform by no later than 4:30pm on Thursday, September 12, 2022. More information concerning public participation can be found at the Commission’s website: at Case No. 22-3225-PET

AT&T presented the Project at a virtual meeting of the Chelsea Planning Commission (with members of the Selectboard in attendance) on Tuesday, September 6, 2022 at 7pm.  A copy of the presentation is available here.

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Telecommunications Law