New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC d/b/a AT&T (“AT&T”) proposes to replace an existing Orange County Sheriff’s Department (“OCSD”) communications tower with a new communications support structure and wireless communications facility (as described below, the “Facility” or “Project”). The Project will take place on property owned by David and Sara Gordon (the “Landowners”), located at 16 Windswept Lane in Chelsea, Vermont (the “Property” or “Site”).  The Property is designated by the Town of Chelsea  as Parcel ID 074-002.000, and by the State as SPAN 141-044-10361. Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC (“DRM”) represents AT&T in connection with the Project, and has the consent of both the Landowners and the OCSD to proceed with the permitting process. Pursuant to 30 V.S.A. § 248a, this website is 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.

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A supplement to the Advance Notice was sent on June 2, 2022, and can be found below:

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

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Telecommunications Law