Mr. Millhouse opened the public hearing on the application for conditional use filed by D&E/Omnipoint Wireless Joint Venture, LP and turned the hearing over to Dylan Dayton of Saul Ewing, LLP, legal counsel for the applicant.
explained that D&E is proposing to co-locate a communications antenna array on an existing PP&L utility pole located on Elizabeth Street in Landisville owned by Landisville Railroad, Inc.
...Ms. Dayton presented a Letter of Authorization from Main Line Management Services, Inc, certifying that Main Line is the lessee of the owner of the property at Elizabeth Street and stating that they are co-applicant for the conditional use.
This letter was identified as Applicant's Exhibit 1. A Letter of Authorization from PP&L was presented as Applicant's Exhibit 2. The conditional use application filed with East Hempfield Township
on April 10, 2001 was presented as Applicant's Exhibit 3. Ms. Dayton
noted that the application outlines the applicant's compliance with the Township's ordinance regulations relating to this conditional use request.
responded that the Telecommunications Act regulates frequency to avoid interference with items such as medical devices.D&E will be operating within the FCC frequency levels established to prevent this type of interference.
stated that this is not an ordinance requirement, but the Township could make this notification a condition of approval.
stated that a revised application was submitted to the Township.
agreed to have that address corrected for the record.
responded that the fence surrounding the VTS unit is located 13 feet from the outside rail of the active railroad line, and the VTS unit is located inside the fenced area.