A company wants to erect an 80-foot cellular tower near the summit of Bear Mountain if it can obtain a variance from the 35-foot height limit under current zoning regulations.
The idea is to erect a “monopine,” a cell-phone tower that looks like a pine tree and is supposed to blend into the scenery.
After considering the matter April 2 for about two hours, the Jefferson County Board of Adjustment voted to table the proposal indefinitely, while the county works on the telecommunications master plan.
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