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(A) A communication tower, meeting the requirements of this chapter and specifically §§ 157.550 through 157.552 and 157.554 shall be a permitted use of land requiring administrative review and administrative permit only, through approval by the Town Council. A communication tower allowed as a permitted use under this section shall be limited to a maximum of 70 feet in height and shall be a monopole tower.
(B) A communication tower which fails to meet the requirements of this section as a permitted use may be permitted by a conditional use permit, if issued by the governing body designated to hear and decide special exception or conditional uses, after review and recommendation by the Planning and Zoning Board:
(1) On property with an industrially or commercially designated land use and zoning;
(2) On property within an urban commerce district or specialized commerce district;
(3) On new structures and replacement structures on electrical substation properties as long as the new structure is setback at least 75% of the height away from an existing residential structure and the new structure is no more than 150 feet in height; and
(4) On institutional or government property, where the proposed tower will serve an overriding public purpose and is needed to support emergency services.
(2000 Code, § 66-1032) (Ord. 99-01, passed 3-23-1999) Penalty, see § 157.999