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Civic C.<Marin Planning C. hears Kentfield citz.protest plans for wireless phone equipment

Monday, February 08, 2010
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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An appeal of plans to replace two T-Mobile wireless antennas attached
to a utility pole and consolidate three existing radio cabinets into
one unit on the ground at 17 Wolfe Canyon Road will be heard Monday by
the county Planning Commission. The hearing is at 11 a.m. in Room 328
at the Marin Civic Center, 350...1 Civic Center Drive.

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(DR 10-16) DH
This is a public hearing to consider the Allan and Joanne Berland appeal of the Administrative
Decision of Conditional Approval of the Rasooli Design Review. The Administrative Decision allows
upgrade and improvements to an existing T-Mobile Telecommunications facility located on a utility
pole on Wolfe Grade Road, and construction of a new, 80 square foot equipment enclosure designed
to resemble a garden shed on the adjacent Rasooli property, located slightly downslope from the
Wolfe Grade right-of-way, set into the hillside. Two existing antennas mounted on the upper portion
of the utility pole will be replaced. Cabinets on the lower portion of the pole will be removed and
housed within the new structure. A GPS pole antenna approximately 2 inches in diameter will project
above the roof of the structure. Power and cables will be routed underground from the existing utility
pole to the new structure, which will maintain the following setbacks from the nearest corresponding
property lines: (1) 4 feet from the northwesterly rear property line; (2) 33 feet from the southeasterly
front property line; (3) Over 200 feet from the northeasterly side property line; and (4) Over 100 feet
from the southwesterly side property line. The appellants request that the Planning Commission
overturn the Planning Division’s approval and deny the project. The subject property, Assessor’s
Parcel 071-101-08, at 17 Wolfe Canyon Road in Kentfield, is located in the R-1:B-2 (Single-family
Residential, 10,000 minimum lot size) zone district.

+ Marin County Planning Commission will consider
revisions to the height restrictions and design review requirements

certain residences in Lucas Valley during a 10 a.m. meeting Monday in
Room 328 of the Civic Center in San Rafael.
The commission also will hear an appeal of the county's decision to
grant T-Mobile the right... to upgrade an existing telecommunications
facility on Wolfe Grade Road in Kentfield.
Also, the commission will discuss the aspects of the Marin Local
Coastal Program pertaining to public access, parks and recreation and
historical, archaeological and paleontological resources. The plan is
the county's central planning document for coastal West Marin.

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