The Conservancy is entering into one short-term license agreement authorizing New Cingular Wireless (AT&T) to install utility infrastructure along an existing, unpaved road and to use the road to access its project site at the top of Tahoe Mountain, on USDA Forest Service, Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (LTBMU) land. AT&T will construct a new 117-foot-tall monopine cell tower and supporting facilities. AT&T has designed the proposed cell tower to visually blend in with the tree canopy and its height is similar in size to nearby trees to minimize scenic impact. AT&T will make minor modifications to the road on LTBMU and private land to provide sufficient turning radii for construction and maintenance vehicles accessing the site. Along an existing unpaved road, AT&T will construct a five-foot-deep and two-foot-wide trench, lay conduit and lines for fiber-optic infrastructure, and backfill the trench in the road on Conservancy property. Liberty Utilities will install a powerline to service the cell tower in the conduit as part of the construction. The Conservancy is entering into a permanent 20-foot-wide easement with AT&T for access and maintenance of its fiberoptic infrastructure and entering a permanent 20-foot-wide utility easement with Liberty Utilities for access and maintenance of its powerline.