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Published by Halston Media, 2022-06-14 13:43:59

The Mount Kisco Bedford TImes 06.16.2022

A MONTHLY PUBLICATION JUNE JULY ,

VOL. NO. Searching for a signal
O cials, residents debate cell tower placement

BY CAROL REIF its attorney, Robert Gaudioso of wouldn’t be an issue.” If it’s built, the tower would be to homes and the park – where
STAFF WRITER the White Plains law rm Sny- Back in the  fall of 2018, designed with enough space to disc golf is played, summer camp
der & Snyder, appeared before accommodate co-locators such is held, and nature enjoyed – was
Finding places to build cell the Village Board in May to Homeland had approached the as T-Mobile, newcomer Dish not a good choice.
towers – and ones that make ev- paint the big picture for trustees, town/village about the possibility Wireless and local emergency
erybody happy – is always a Her- especially for the newer ones. of siting a 130-foot “monopine” services. No action was taken because,
culean task, but it’s more so in – a tower disguised as a tree – village leaders explained then, it
northern Westchester, say those “Siting this type of infrastruc- at Leonard Park or near a water After making a presentation wasn’t “legally compelled” to do
in charge of developing commu- ture is never an easy decision tank in Mount Kisco Chase, a that year to the Village Board, so.
nications facilities. for any municipality, especially private community of 86 homes developers conducted tests to as-
in the beautiful areas we work o South Bedford Road (Route sess the tower’s potential visual In August 2020, Homeland
So it’s hardly surprising that in in northern Westchester 172). impact. Balloons were oated at submitted an application to the
Homeland Tower’s proposed where it’s predominantly resi- various heights to capture images Planning Board, asking to build a
Mount Kisco project is causing dential neighborhoods,” Vicente ey were acting on behalf of of the way it looked from di er- tower on private property at 180
a stir. said. “But one of the things that’s their clients, carriers Verizon and ent angles. e following January, South Bedford Road. Another
very important to understand is AT&T, who have been seeking village trustees concluded that balloon test was conducted.
e company’s founder and that if there wasn’t a need, there to close cell coverage gaps along the Chase location was too close
president,  Manny Vicente, and the Route 172 corridor for years. SEE DEBATE PAGE 8

une 3 was a night to remember,
as Fox Lane High School held the
Senior Prom at the Surf Club on the
Sound in New Rochelle. See more
pictures from this unforgettable
evening on page 16!

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