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The June 23 Petaluma Planning Commission Hearing was Cancelled! Good job, all.
CITY OF PETALUMA, CALIFORNIA
REGULAR MEETING OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION
AGENDA for Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at 7:00 P.M.
MEETING CANCELLATION NOTICE
Agendized Item 2. NEW BUSINESS:
A. Verizon Wireless Facility — Conditional Use Permit for a “major” telecommunications facility that includes more than three antennas and is within 75 feet of a residential property. Site Plan and Architectural Review for a telecommunication facility consisting of the installation of sixteen (16) total panel antennas contained within four (4) seven-foot tall radomes and associated supporting equipment mounted on the roof of the existing Petaluma Creamery building. Staff: Justin Shiu, Senior Planner Address: 611 Western Avenue
In compliance with Government Code Section 54955, Planning Division staff will recommend that this item be continued to a date certain of August 11, 2020, and that no discussion or action take place on this item on Tuesday, June 23, 2020. If Planning Commission members are not present on Tuesday, June 23, 2020, Planning Division staff will continue consideration of the Verizon Wireless Facility project application to a date certain of August 11. 2020 in accordance with all applicable requirements of the Brown Act (Government Code section 54950 and following).
THIS AGENDA ITEM IS BEING CONTINUED TO A DATE CERTAIN OF AUGUST 11, 2020
VHP, what’s that? VHP stands for Vertical • Horizontal • Power— the three Amigos of Antennas! If our City has not regulated all three — as a set — then it has accomplished nothing. Learn more here.
All of us who live within two miles of the Corner of Western and Baker Avenues are being placed in harms way by a Verizon/Complete Wireless Antenna Farm (PLMA-20-0003/PLUP-19-000): 16 Antennas capable of Outputting more than 530,000 Watts of Effective Radiated Power.
Can you spell O-V-E-R-K-I-L-L?
What do you think . . . this is 530,000 Watts of Effective Radiated Power (ERP) vs. the abilities of these cute-as-button children to sleep, heal, and develop their brains without such a massive invasion that threatens the rights of this family on Western Ave. to the Quiet Enjoyment of their streets and their own home . . . Is this invasion necessary? Of course not.
Wireless Cos. need only 0.1 Watt of ERP for telecommunications service (wireless phone calls) something that everyone can already do quite well within the two-mile radius of the Petaluma Creamery. What is going on?