AT&T renews efforts to build tower in city neighborhood
In February, U.S. District Court Judge Steven McAuliffe ruled that the city zoning board was wrong to deny a variance and ordered the tower to move forward. With that ruling in hand, AT&T has submitted siting plans for the tower, which it said will have 12 panel antennas, a low-profile platform, and 21 remote radio heads.
Kathy Sullivan, a neighbor and Manchester lawyer, urged the planning board to reject AT&T’s request to waive city requirements for a landscape plan.
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