The proposed Project consists of the construction of a new telecommunication facility with a 120-foot-tall lattice cell tower and associated ground equipment. The Project would be a part of the greater effort of AT&T Wireless to improve the existing wireless network coverage in Sierra County. The proposed 120-foot-tall cell tower would include 9 panel antennas and 24 remote radio heads/units. In addition to the tower, the Project would include the installation of a 30 kilowatt backup generator with acoustic enclosure and a walk-in structure to house communication equipment. (SCPD File no. 1669)
Galloway Street via Nevada Street and Front Street
Downieville Elementary-Junior-Senior High School
North Yuba River
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160 Galloway Street, Downieville, CA 95936
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