Crown Castle Information Page

 

 

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Links posted Tuesday October 10, 2017

Comments from Cuddy & Feder LLP on the Public Scoping - HERE

Comments from Zarin & Steinmetz on the Public Scoping - HERE

 

Links posted Tuesday May 23, 2017

Crown Castle Complaint - HERE

Crown Castle Order to Show Cause - HERE

Crown Castle Injunction - HERE

 


Links added Thursday 04-20-17

Staff Recommendation on Crown Castle proposal – HERE

Resolution – Determination of Significance – HERE

Part II Environmental Assessment Form (EAF)   - HERE

Part III Environmental Assessment Form (EAF)  - HERE

04-19-17 Lee Afflerbach Report - HERE

04-19-17 Ron Graiff – Crown Castle Verizon Final Report - HERE

 


Links added Wednesday 04-19-17

04-19-17 Cuddy & Feder Summary of Legal Standards - HERE

04-19-17 Verizon RF Report - HERE

04-19-2017 Crown Castle Supplemental Submission - HERE

04-19-17 Crown Castle letter to City of Rye - HERE

Comments from Altice on the proposed amendments to the City Code - HERE

04/07/17 Letter to the City from Verizon Wireless - HERE   

04/13/17 Submission to the City from Crown Castle - HERE

 

 


Links added 04-11-17

700 MHz data for Verizon - Click HERE

Pictures of sample two and three ion boxes as listed on the map - Click HERE

 

 


New Information - Added 04-10-17

Crown Castle update
Crown Castle (cellular infrastructure provider) has installed two “sample" cabinet (node) boxes on City infrastructure. One is a three ion box and the other is a two ion box.  Clich HERE for map and additional ino.

 

 

 


Links added 04-03-17

Tolling Agreement

Revised Draft Local Laws as of April, 3rd 2017

Draft for April 5th Public Hearing

Blackline comparison between February amendments and April 5 public hearing version

 

 

 

Link added 03-20-17

Letter to the City from Verizon Wireless received on 3-15-17


 


Links added 03-10-17

Tolling Agreement

Revised Draft Local Laws as of March 10, 2017; Additional Revisions Anticipated

 

 


Link added 02-27-17

Letter to the City from Crown Castle received on 02/27/17

 

 


Links added 02-16-17

Revised Rye City Code for Wireless Telecommunications

Comparison of Original Amendments and revised February Amendments

Presentation by Joseph Van Eaton, Esq. at 02-15-17 City Council Meeting

 

 


Link added 01-27-17

Proposed Changes to Rye City Code for Wireless Telecommunications

 

 


Link added 12-29-16

FCC Public Notice on Small Cell Deployment

 


Links added 12-4-16

Mobilitie Proposed Plans

Verizon Proposed Plans

 

 


Links added 12-2-16

11_28_16 Ltr to Marcus Serrano City Manager with Exhibits

Crowns SEQRA Filing - Full EAF with Exhibits

Cuddy Feder Response to Citizens Alternative Tower Plan December 1 2016

Cuddy Feder SEQRA Memo

Greg Sharpe Crown RF Report December 1 2016

Lane Appraisals Property Value Report December 1 2016

 

 

Letter From Citizens Group

 

Citizen Group Recommendation

 

Thirty Day Response Letter to Crown Castle

 

Letter to Crown Castle re: Outstanding Information

 

Crown Castle SEQRA Full EAF

 

Memo from Crown Castle re: SEQRA

 

Presentation Items from October 19, 2016 City Council Meeting

 

Letter from the City of Rye to Crown Castle

 

Crown Castle's response to City's request for documents and information

 

Letter from Christopher B. Fisher, Esq. regarding the pole attachment specification

and node locations with attached EAF

 

Letter from Esme A. Lombard, Crown Castle National Real Estate – Contractor

 

Existing Right-of-Way (RUA) Use Agreement with the City of Rye

 

Amendment to Right-of-Way (RUA) Use Agreement 

 

State Level Regulatory Overview information

 

Table of Proposed locations

Proposed Locations Table
Eight Nodes Proposed Along Boston Post Road

 

Map of Proposed locations 

 

Table of existing locations  

 

Photos of existing attachments in the City of Rye  

 

Noise Emission Report

 

Report commissioned by Crown Castle in 2012 that compares RF energy and
compliance of antennas on utility poles with other sources of RF energy