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(a) New wireless support structures shall be designed and constructed to accommodate at least two sets of small cell equipment on the same wireless support structure.
(b) New wireless support structures shall maintain a distance of 300 feet from existing monopoles, or utility poles.
(c) In residential districts, new wireless support structures shall be located at the shared property line between two residential parcels where the parcels intersect the right-of-way, when available.
(d) In non-residential zoning districts, new wireless support structures shall be located between tenant spaces, storefront bays, or adjoining properties at the shared property lines where the parcels intersect the right-of-way, when available.
(e) New wireless support structures shall not interfere with any metered parking space.
(f) A new wireless support structure shall not be located in front of a building entrance or exit.
(g) Except in the Suburban Residential Neighborhood zoning district, the overall height of a new wireless support structure, including proposed collocated antenna, shall not be more than forty feet in height above ground level; provided, however, that the height of a wireless support structure upon which a small wireless facility is to be mounted shall be as provided in Section 1022.01(b)(13). The overall height of a new wireless support structure, including proposed collocated antenna, shall not be more than thirty-five feet in height above ground level in the Suburban Residential Neighborhood zoning district so long as there is no wireless support structure or utility pole taller than thirty feet located within 300 feet of the location of the proposed replacement wireless support structure.
(h) The City may require the facilities operator to install a metal wireless support structure rather than a wood wireless support structure. Unless otherwise specified by the City, new wood wireless support structures are prohibited in the following zoning districts:
(1) Suburban Residential Neighborhood;
(2) Rural Residential Conservation;
(3) Outer Village Residential Neighborhood;
(4) Historic Residential Neighborhood; and
(5) Village Core District.
(Ord. 18-82. Passed 7-24-18; Ord. 19-26. Passed 2-19-19.)