PWSF

(redirected from Personal Wireless Service Facilities)
AcronymDefinition
PWSFPersonal Wireless Service Facilities
PWSFPortable Work Station Fan
PWSFPorphyra Water-Soluble Fraction (agricultural chemistry)
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construction of personal wireless service facilities because one or more
While the [1996 Act] is designed to preserve significant local authority, the thrust of the [1996 Act] is to increase competition in the telecommunications industry by preventing discriminatory and arbitrary conduct by local zoning boards relative to the placement, construction, and modification of personal wireless service facilities. It would completely frustrate the purpose of the statute if the voicing of negative opinions by a small number of citizens, without more, can serve as a basis for denial.
over decisions regarding placement, construction, and modification of personal wireless service facilities."(61) Thus, in fact, the section was intended to preserve the authority of state and local governments over zoning and land use matters, limited only by the aforementioned exceptions.(62)
The Act requires that "[a]ny decision by a State or local government or instrumentality thereof to deny a request to place, construct, or modify personal wireless service facilities shall be in writing and supported by substantial evidence contained in a written record." 47 U.S.C.
In the public notice, the FCC recognized that "section 332[C](7) of the Telecommunications Act reserves to the courts the authority to review state and local decisions regarding the placement, construction, and modification of personal wireless service facilities in matters other than those involving radio the FCC determined that "section 332[C](7) does not limit its authority to review moratoria of unspecified lengths of time because they are not decisions on the siting of facilities." At the same time, the FCC tentatively concluded that "moratoria of a fixed duration, which permit local officials the opportunity to study and develop a process for handling siting requests would be a legitimate exercise of local land use authority."
Abramoff said the city's zoning ordinance appears to conflict with the rules and regulations of the Federal Communications Commission when it comes to siting personal wireless service facilities, such as communications towers, in the city.
The Zoning Board of Appeals has already granted special permits so National Grid can erect personal wireless service facilities at three substations: Vernon Hill (10 Gloucester Road and 245 Vernon St.), Greendale (4 Naples Road) and the Bloomingdale station off Wigwam Avenue.
The Zoning Board of Appeals already has granted special permits so National Grid can erect personal wireless service facilities at three substations: Vernon Hill (10 Gloucester Road and 245 Vernon St.), Greendale (4 Naples Road) and the Bloomingdale station off Wigwam Avenue.
So far, the Zoning Board of Appeals has granted the necessary special permits to allow personal wireless service facilities at three of its electric substations -- Vernon Hill (10 Gloucester Road and 245 Vernon St.), Greendale (4 Naples Road) and the Bloomingdale station off Wigwam Avenue.
The Zoning Board of Appeals Monday night granted two special permits to allow personal wireless service facilities at two more of its electric substations -- Vernon Hill (10 Gloucester Road and 245 Vernon St.), and Greendale (4 Naples Road).
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