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For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT STRUCTURE. A subordinate structure, building or use that is customarily associated with, and is appropriately and clearly incidental and subordinate in use to the WCF, and is located on the same lot as the WCF.
ANTENNA. A device used to collect or broadcast electromagnetic waves, including both directional antennas, such as panels and microwave dishes, and omnidirectional antennas, such as satellite dishes.
CAMOUFLAGE. A structural design or treatment, including colors, intended to conceal and make a WCF visibly compatible with the surrounding area.
TOWER. A structure designed and intended to support one or more antennas. This term includes lattice-type structures, either self-supporting or monopoles, which are self-supporting pole-type structures, tapering from base to top and supporting a fixture designed to hold one or more antennas. This term does not include guyed structures.
USER. A wireless communication provider (company, corporation, individual, and the like) which is licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to operate wireless networks for cellular phones, wireless communication devices, personal communications service (PCS) devices or other wireless communication.
WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY (WCF). Any facility used by a licensed commercial wireless telecommunications provider to provide service, including but not limited to cellular, personal communication services, specialized mobilized radio, enhanced specialized mobilized radio, paging, and other similar services that are marketed to the general public.
(`88 Code, § 8-22) (Ord. 98-20, passed 11-10-98; Am. Ord. 2007-25, passed 12-4-07)