1288.01  INTENT.
   These regulations are established to provide for the construction and use of wireless telecommunication towers and facilities as permitted uses and conditional uses depending on the specific land areas of Carlisle in which they are proposed to be located.  The purpose of these regulations is to balance the competing interests created by the federal Telecommunications Act of 1996, Public Law 104-104, and the interests of Carlisle in regulating wireless telecommunication towers and related facilities. Specifically, these regulations are intended to achieve the following purposes:
   (a)   To protect property values;
   (b)   To regulate a commercial use so as to provide for orderly and safe development within Carlisle;
   (c)   To provide for and protect the health, safety and general welfare of the residents of Carlisle;
   (d)   To minimize any adverse effects on residential properties, parks, open spaces, and the non-intensive commercial zoning districts;
   (e)   To promote collocation of wireless telecommunication facilities in order to decrease the number of towers in Carlisle;
   (f)   To maintain the aesthetic appearance of the community; and,
   (g)   To maintain, where possible, the integrity of the Zoning Code.
      (Ord. 8-13. Passed 5-14-13.)