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♦ Council discussed the various issues raised in the draft policy. Casey particularly <br />commented on the siting on residential parcels. She thought the most important <br />factors were the least visual impact and the best location technologically. Therefore <br />she did not concur with the wording that such facililities shall be not be permitted <br />on residental properties unless certain conditions had been met by the carrier. Casey <br />believed this delivered a strong, negative message and she did not agree with this <br />wording. Hubbard and Johnson did not agree with Casey's concerns. They did not <br />think this was a negative message. Other issues discussed in particular were terms <br />of permits and abandonment of sites and concurrence was reached with the draft <br />policy. <br />PASSED BY CONSENSUS: To schedule the proposed policy on the Wireless <br />Communications Facilities for Council approval and to invite the <br />telecommunications representatives to attend that Council Meeting. <br />3. PRESENTATIONS FROM THE FLOOR <br />4. ADJOURNMENT <br />There being no further new or old business to discuss, the City Council <br />Meeting was adjourned at 6:05 p.m. <br />Respectfully submitted, <br /> <br />Patricia Dowd <br />City Clerk <br />The minutes of the July 17, 1996 Adjourned Regular City Council Meeting <br />were approved at the August 21,19% City Council Meeting. <br />` July 17, 1996 <br />Adjourned City Council Meeting <br />2 <br />