Only the following types of wireless communication antenna and/or tower installations may be permitted under this chapter:
   (a)    Wireless communication antenna attached to a permitted institutional, recreational, public utility, or office building or structure provided the antenna does not exceed ten (10) feet above the highest point of the structure and the transmission and receiving equipment, where feasible, is stored inside the existing building or structure or on the roof in an enclosure. The foregoing does not preclude the use of small PCS basic stations and repeaters on the sides of buildings, utility poles or in ground mounted pedestals.
    (b)    Wireless communication monopole or lattice tower constructed up to, but not including, one hundred fifty (150) feet in height above the finished grade, unless a lesser height is technically feasible to service the geographical service area of the applicant and the transmission and receiving equipment is stored inside a building constructed for that purpose. All Applicants shall be required to construct or locate on a base tower structure and structure foundation that is designed to be buildable up to, but not including, one hundred and fifty (150) feet above the finished grade. Such structure shall be designed to have sufficient structural capacity to allow for two (2) providers to be located on the structure when constructed to the maximum allowable height.
    (c)    It shall be the obligation of the Applicant for a permit to demonstrate by substantial evidence that any height sought, greater than one hundred ten (110) feet above finished grade is necessary, from an engineering standpoint, for practical use of the site.
      (Ord. 3-98-03. Passed 3-17-98.)