Wireless communication and other telecommunications towers may be permitted subject to the following requirements:
   (a)   The minimum distance from any lot or property line or overhead power line to any tower, pole or other support structure shall be the total maximum height of the tower, pole or other support structure plus attached antennas.
   (b)   Anchors, guy wires and other accessory structures may not be located in any required yard.
   (c)   The tower, pole or other support structure shall not exceed the maximum height restriction in the zone where it is located by more than 30 feet, unless technical data indicating a greater requirement for adequate reception is provided.
   (d)   Unauthorized access to the tower, pole or other support structure, including anchors and guy wires, shall be limited by provision of an immediately surrounding six foot high fence with locking portal. Tower climbing apparatus shall be limited to no lower than 12 feet from the ground.
   (e)   Telecommunications towers shall be located in compliance with the guidelines of the Federal Aviation Regulations with regard to airport approach and clearance around VOR and DVOR Stations.
   (f)   The tower or other support structure shall be designed to permit addition of antenna array for at least two additional service providers so as to limit the number of permitted structures in the zoning jurisdiction.
   (g)   Information certifying safety and structural integrity of the tower and other support structures shall be certified by a licensed engineer and filed with the permit application.
   (h)   When located within 1,000 feet of a residential district, the tract shall be appropriately landscaped to produce a visually pleasing appearance.
   (i)   An application for a permit to site a wireless telecommunications facility shall be accompanied by the following:
      (1)   A site development plan, including landscape provisions and topographic information.
      (2)   A technical description of the tower and the reasons for its design and location.
      (3)   An explanation of need for a separate tower as opposed to an existing facility.
      (4)   Information establishing structural integrity and capacity for additional antenna array.
      (5)   Proof of ownership or authorization to use the proposed site.
      (6)   Copies of any necessary easements.
      (7)   A certificate of liability insurance.
      (8)   An affidavit certifying that the space on the proposed tower will be made available to future users when technically feasible.
   (j)   The applicant shall also provide such other additional support information as may be determined by the city.