View from inside a Teton Place home, photoshopped based on balloon fly location.


View from inside a Teton Place home, photoshopped based on balloon fly location.

View from inside a Teton Place home, photoshopped based on balloon fly location.


View from the side/back yard in the cul-de-sac on Teton Place.
View of the proposed tower from one house to the right of the picture below.
New rendering of the proposed tower based on the balloon fly on February 2, 2013.  There will up the three antenna arrays - this shows two.  
AT&T's 2009 photoshopped rendition of their "stealth" monopine cell tower "tree" - can you spot it??? NOTE:  Their depiction of the telephone pole is skewed because of the angle of the picture - the top is extended and the phone wire is the item that leans to the right....


Proposed tower location is 1/3 mile from Glasgow Middle School (within the 1/2 mile radius considered unsafe).







Residences within a 1/2 mile of tower.


Warning at base of Bailey's Crossroads tower that "radio frequency fields at this side may exceed FCC rules for human exposure."

AT&T's proposed coverage - seems to look like there is no coverage....NOTE:  the AT&T application says the coverage is for Parklawn, Lincolnia Heights, Linconia Road...NOT Heywood Glen, Lincolnia Hills or the pool area per se....interesting that they themselves use the international radiation hazard symbol to indicate their existing towers.....but look at the photo below from their website!

Dark orange represents "best" coverage, orange represents "good coverage", not that they don't have it....there is plenty of competition in the area so a carrier is not hard to find!  Switch if it doesn't meet your needs!

Huh, seems to indicate that a large portion of the Parklawn area has good, even excellent, coverage....





One of two equipment buildings (this is AT&T's) at the Bailey's Crossroads VFD Station 10. Proposed tower could have three or more of these buildings.