Cheyenne City Council to set rules on next-gen cell towers

Cheyenne city Councilman Dicky Shanor has been working with city staff on development code changes released in draft form earlier this month. If ultimately approved by the full City Council, the changes would allow providers to apply to install devices on public property throughout the city. Providers could also install their own mini-towers, though, provided they abide by height restrictions of their zoning districts. In public rights of way, they could be up to 50 feet high, or 10 feet higher than the tallest existing pole within 500 feet.

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