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Report by Paula Antolini
June 30, 2015 4:32AM EDT
BREAKING NEWS: AT&T Backs Out of Cell Tower CT Siting Council Process in Bethel, Writes Letter to CSC
Late Monday night, June 29, 2015, the “Stop the Codfish Cell Tower” Group announced some encouraging news about the proposed Bethel cell tower on Codfish Hill Road, and that is, AT&T withdrew from the process.
In a letter to Chairman Stein and members of the CT Siting Council (CSC), from *Daniel M. Laub, an attorney representing AT&T, he informed the CSC of the decision to withdraw from the siting process.
The letter says,
“We are writing to you in connection with the Application filed with Florida Tower Partners LLC d/b/a North Atlantic Towers. AT&T intervened in support of Docket 458. AT&T is withdrawing its intervention without prejudice at this time. AT&T continues to have a need for a new infrastructure to provide reliable service in eastern Bethel and the adjacent area of Newtown. It is anticipated that AT&T would use the proposed facility, if approved, in the future. AT&T regrets any inconvenience and thanks the Siting Council and Staff, community and others for their time and consideration of its interest in this matter.”
View copy of letter below (click on image to view larger):
However, Thomas Ajello, one of the main opponents leading the charge against the cell tower, urges residents to still write letters, because Verizon is still an issue. He posted this message:
Ladies and gentlemen AT&T backed out!!
AT&T backed out!!!
This is a huge victory in the larger war. Since Verizon has NOT YET backed out the council will still convene and the tower MIGHT still be approved. YOUR LETTERS ARE CRITICAL.
We need your letters to the citing council now more than ever. Write one. Tonight. Make it short and sweet. Make it count. Make it fast!
HELP put the nail in the coffin.
Write and send your letter today!!
Send them to:
Melanie A. Bachman
Staff Attorney/Acting Executive Director
Connecticut Siting Council
10 Franklin Square
New Britain, CT 06051
You can also email Melanie at:
I was in touch with Ms. Bachman today. Here is what she said:
“The evidentiary hearing will conclude with the appearance and cross examination of Verizon, which will include substantial discussion of Verizon’s coverage maps. AT&T has withdrawn from the proceeding, which means they withdrew all of their exhibits and will no longer be participating in any further hearings on this docket application.
The Siting Council takes its charge very seriously and follows a deliberate, statutory process to ensure all decisions are rendered fairly upon a record of substantial evidence, including, but not limited to, comments and statements submitted by concerned residents and the public.”
See below for a sample letter you can copy, whose language you are free to use, posted by a resident:
*Daniel M. Laub is an Attorney at Cuddy & Feder LLP, an Associate with the firm’s Land Use & Zoning, Environment & Sustainability, and Telecommunications practice groups.