placing AT&T stealth cell tower on preservation land

AT&T wants to put a cell tower on private property zoned rural-residential. It is also desiganated as preservation land. The proposed site also has preservation land all around it. Any comments on using this property considering it's preservation?

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Dec 16, 2011
Preservation areas and cell towers.
by: Sean (Tower Genius)

Usually that would not be permitted unless they were able to swap additional land into the program to make up for the area lost. It depends on the preservation groups rules.

With that said, if the area is completely in a preservation zone and there is no other way to cover the area, it would be a good idea to have a site for safety reasons. The site could be made to look like a flagpole or a ranger tower if that would reduce visual impact.

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