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The Mono County Board of Supervisors will conduct a special meeting on Tuesday, July 19 at the Crowley Lake Community Center to consider an appeal filed by Incline Partners, LLC, project applicant, on the Mono County Planning Commissionâ€™s denial of a use permit for the development, operation and maintenance of a wireless telecommunications facility in the community of Crowley Lake:
â€˘ 5:30 P.M. SITE VISIT. The Board of Supervisors will meet on site at 4052 Crowley Lake Drive in the community of Crowley Lake for a field trip. No action will be taken; the field trip is for informational purposes only.
â€˘ 6:00 P.M. APPEAL 11-002 USE PERMIT 10-008/Incline Partners LLC.
Details: The proposal is to allow development, operation and maintenance of a wireless telecommunications facility in the community of Crowley Lake (APN 060-180-004).
The site would provide cell phone coverage to the community and north and south along U.S. 395. The wireless facility would be located on a 2,400-square foot lease area located in the southwest portion of the parcel.
The 40â€™ x 60â€™ lease area would include two multi-carrier 60-foot wireless communications monopoles designed as a collocation facility, engineered to hold up to four carriersâ€™ antenna arrays on the site. The monopoles would be engineered and constructed to resemble a pine tree or monopine.
Currently, the property is subject to Use Permit 37-88-07/Czeschin, which allows a car wash, restroom/shower facilities, laundromat, and apartment plus firewood storage.
The land use designation is "commercial."
In accordance with California Environmental Quality Act guidelines, a "Negative Declaration" has been prepared and it determined that the above project will not have a significant effect on the environment.
Documents for the above projects are available at the Community Development offices in Bridgeport and Mammoth Lakes.
Interested persons may appear before the Board of Supervisors to present testimony for public hearings, or prior to or at the hearing file written correspondence with the board clerk.
Future court challenges to this item may be limited to those issues raised at the public hearing or provided in writing to the Mono County Board of Supervisors prior to or at the public hearing.
Mono County Planning Division
Source: Mono County Planning Division