The base of the tower and guy wire supports shall be fenced with a minimum six (6) foot high fence.
The following special performance standards shall apply to communication towers:
The communication tower must be set back from all property lines a distance equal to or greater than its height.
Accessory structures are limited to uses associated with the operation of the tower and may not be located any closer to any property line than the minimum front yard requirement for the appropriate zoning district as found in Section 4.5 (Area, Yard, Height, and Bulk Requirements)..
Accessory structures shall not exceed six hundred (600) square feet of gross building area.
All towers shall be equipped with an anticlimbing device to prevent unauthorized access.
The plans of the tower shall be certified by a registered structural engineer.
Communications towers in excess of one hundred (100) feet in height above grade level shall be prohibited within a two (2) mile radius of a public airport or ½ (one-half) mile of a helipad.
No part of any communications tower or antenna shall be constructed, located or maintained at any time, permanently or temporarily, on or upon any required setback area for the district in which the antenna or tower is to be located. In no case shall a tower or antenna be located within thirty (30) feet of a property line.
Metal towers shall be constructed of, or treated with, corrosive- resistant material.
The applicant shall provide verification that the antenna mount and structure have been reviewed and approved by a professional engineer and that the installation is in compliance with all applicable codes.
All towers must meet the standards of the Federal Communications