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Proposed Cell Tower at St. Johns Church Property

Here are some notes from the meeting and a copy of the AT&T handout.

AT&T was going to meet again with the St. John's Church last Friday. They were to decide on the final location on St. John's property.

Both examples they showed looked very nice and you could not tell they were a cell tower at all (see attached PDF).

The St. John's cell tower should be done as soon as possible - definitely by the end of the year.

There is another cell tower planned for 2014 North of Blue Oaks in Veteran's Park (city property). Both towers may have other carriers (besides AT&T).

Hope that this answers most of your questions... if not let me know and we can followup with AT&T.


We have been informed by the City that AT&T is proposing to build a cell tower on the St. Johns Church Property.

We have invited AT&T Representatives to our February Meeting to present an overview of the project and answer any of your questions.

The meeting will be at:

Chliton Middle School

Library (at the front right of the building)

4501 Bob Doyle Drive

Roseville, CA 95747

The meeting is our standard monthly meeting and be at 7 pm on February 13th.

Please plan to attend and get a first look as well as answers to any of your questions.

Request To Locate A 60' Cellular Tower At This Site.pdf

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