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20200662 SQF WOOD UTILITY POLE Application TILSON On a Mission City of Saratoga Springs Design Review Commission 474 Broadway Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 September 29, 2020 Re: SQF, LLC Small Wireless Facilities Permit Application To Whom It May Concern: SQF, LLC ("SQF") has partnered with AT&T on their current small wireless facilities project. SQF is authorized by the New York Department of Public Service to operate in New York State as a facilities-based provider and reseller of telephone service, and is proposing to place a new pole in the Saratoga Springs public right-of-way with AT&T wireless equipment. Pursuant to Chapter 240, Section 6.3.2.1 of the Saratoga Springs Code, SQF submits the following information (one (1) hard copy and one (1) electronic copy): 1. Application Check in the amount of$500.00, 2. Completed and signed Design Review Commission Application, 3. Completed and signed Short Environmental Assessment Form Part 1, 4. Project Narrative in accordance with Section 6.3.2.1(C)(9)of the Saratoga Springs Code, 5. Construction Drawings, 6. Spec Sheet for Proposed Antenna, 7. Structural Analysis, 8. Photo Simulation, 9. RF Propagation Map, 10. RF Emissions Report, 11. AT&T Site Maintenance Plan, 12. Traffic Control Plan, 13. AT&T's FCC License, 14. SQF's Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the New York Department of Public Service,and 15. Analysis of Existing Poles in the Area. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns regarding this application. Respectfully, Heather Carlisle Senior Staff Attorney 16 Middle Street,4th Floor Portland, ME 04102 Tel: (774) 285-1082 E-mail: hcarlisle@tilsontech.com tilsontech.com "`' ' CITY OF SARATOGA SPRINGS l:L. i_ DESIGN REVIEW COMMISSION - �� ,t City Hall -474 Broadway s Saratoga Springs, New York 12866 a'5 g P g �"r,A«:� ` Tel:518-587-3550 x25I5 fax:518-580-9480 www.saratoga-springs.org INSTRUCTIONS ARCHITECTURAL/ HISTORIC REVIEW APPLICATION I. ELIGIBILITY:An applicant to the Design Review Commission for Architectural Review or Historic Review must be the property owner(s) or lessee, or have an option to lease or purchase the property in question. 2. COMPLETE SUBMISSIONS: Applicants are encouraged to work with City staff to ensure that an application is complete. The DRC will only consider properly completed applications that contain 1 original and 1 digital version of the application and ALL other required materials as indicated on the application. HANDWRITTEN APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED!! 3. ACTIONS REQUIRING REVIEW: Architectural Review District Historic Review District • any exterior changes that require a building permit • Installation or exterior change to a structure requiring a • any change in exterior building materials building or demolition permit • a new, or change to an existing, sign or sign structure • any material change to exterior of a structure including: • demolition of a structure - addition or removal of exterior architectural features - installation, removal or material changes to exterior building elements such as roof, siding, windows, doors, Within a non-residential zoning district: • a change in exterior building color porches, etc. • installation of an awning - enclosure or screening or buildings openings such as windows, doors, porches, etc. - installation of utility, mechanical or misc. accessory structures to the exterior of a building such as HVAC equipment, solar panels, wind turbines, radio/satellite transmission/reception devices, etc. • Within a front yard setback: - installation, removal or material changes to drive- or walkways - installation or removal of architectural, sculptural or vegetative screening that exceeds 3' in height - installation of accessory utility structures or radio/satellite transmission/reception devices over 2' in diameter • a change in exterior building color within a non- residential zoning district • a new, or change to an existing, sign or awning • installation of telecommunications facilities Note—Ordinary maintenance or repair that does not involve a change in material, design or outer appearance is exempt from Historic or Architectural Review. Revised 01/2019 4. DESIGN GUIDELINES: The Design Review Commission will evaluate whether the proposed action (construction, alteration or demolition) is compatible with existing structures and surrounding properties using the following criteria: • Height— consistent with historic form and context of site and surrounding properties • Scale— relationship of structure and its architectural elements to human size, form, perception • Proportion — relationship among building elements including front facade, windows, and doors • Rhythm— pattern resulting from repeating building elements such as door/window openings, columns, arches, and other facade elements • Directional Expression — compatibility with horizontal &vertical expression of surrounding structures • Massing & Open Space— relationship of structure to open space between it and adjoining buildings • Setback—compatibility with surrounding structures • Compatibility of the following with surrounding structures/properties: - Major building elements (storefronts, doors, windows, roof) - Building materials - Color— (in non-residential zoning districts only) 5. DECISIONS: The Design Review Commission may approve, approve with conditions, or disapprove an application. The DRC may impose appropriate conditions and safeguards in connection with its approval including nature/quality of materials, manner of construction, and design. An applicant may appeal a denied DRC application on the grounds of hardship. Application approvals shall expire within 18 months of approval unless the project has sufficiently commenced (i.e. building/demolition permits obtained and construction/alteration begun). Applicants may request up to 2 extensions if requested before expiration date of prior approval. 6. SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Check City's website (www.saratoga-springs.org) for application deadlines and meeting dates. 7. APPLICATION FEE: Make checks payable to the "Commissioner of Finance" and attach to top of original application. Fees are non-refundable. Demolition $350 Residential Structures (principal, accessory) $50 Residential approval —extension/modification $50 Non-residential / mixed-use structures (principal) $500 Non-residential/mixed-use extension/modification $300 Non-residential / mixed-use structures (sketch) $150 Non-residential signs, awnings, accessory structures $125 Non-residential approval — extension/modification $125 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: More detailed information on Architectural Review, Historic Review and the Design Review Commission responsibilities may be found in the City's Zoning Ordinance available in City Hall and on the City's web site at http://www.saratoga-springs.org/544/Zoning-Ordinance. Revised 01/2019 � `."`' ' .sof CITY OF SARATOGA SPRINGS R r A !., J_ DESIGN REVIEW COMMISSION CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC (Application#) - ./,•:; _ City Hall -474 Broadway '�'' Saratoga Springs, New York 12866 CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC '''Pc.A1- '• Tel:518-587-3550 x.515 fax:518-580-9480 (Date received) www.saratoga-springs.org ARCHITECTURAL/ HISTORIC REVIEW APPLICATION APPLICANT(S)* OWNER(S) (if not applicant) ATTORNEY/AGENT Name SQF, LLC Address 16 Middle Street, 4th Floor Portland, ME 04101 Phone (774) 285-1082/ / / Email hcarlisle@tilsontech.com Identify primary contact person: 8 Applicant 0 Owner 0 Attorney/Agent *An applicant must be the property owner, lessee, or one with an option to lease or purchase the property in question. Applicant's interest in premises: 8 Owner 0 Lessee 0 Under option to lease or purchase PROPERTY INFORMATION Property Address/Location: Stafford Bridge Road 1 Tax Parcel #: 67 -2 _ 33 _ 2 (for example: /65.52-4-37) Current Zoning District: RR Property use: 0 Residential 0 Non-residential/mixed-use Type of Review: E Architectural 0 Historic 0 Extension/modification (of current approval) Summary description of proposed action: SQF, LLC, in partnership with AT&T is proposing to install a new wood utility pole with wireless equipment totaling 42'4" height on the public right-of-way on Stafford Bridge Road (Closest Parcel #is 167.-2-33-2). Has a previous application been filed with the DRC for this property? 8 No 0 Yes—date(s)? -App. No.(s)? Revised 01/2019 APPLICATION FEE (payable to "Commissioner of Finance"): Residential Structures (principal, accessory) $50 Non-residential/mixed-use structures (principal) $500 Residential approval—extension/mod $50 Non-residential signs, awnings, accessory structures $125 Non-residential mixed-use sketch $150 Non-residential approval—extension/mod $125 Demolition $350 **A "complete" application consists of 1 hard copy(original) , and I electronic copy of application &ALL other materials as required below: New Construction/Additions ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures and adjacent properties ❑ Site plan,drawn to scale,showing existing&proposed construction, property lines&dimensions, required &proposed setbacks&lot coverage,site features (fences,walks,trees,etc.);on no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller preferred if legible ❑ Elevation drawings showing design of all sides of existing&proposed construction—label dimensions,colors, materials, lighting(fixture &lamp type,wattage),etc. -include compass bearing&scale; no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller permitted if legible ❑ Floor plans for proposed structure;on sheet no larger than 2'x3'—smaller permitted if legible ❑ Product literature,specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Change in exterior building materials (windows, doors, roof, siding, etc.), or color (in non-residential districts only) ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures and that illustrate affected features ❑ Elevation drawings showing all sides of existing&proposed construction—label dimensions,colors, materials, lighting(fixture&lamp type,wattage),etc. -include compass bearing&scale; no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller permitted if legible ❑ Product literature,specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Within front yard setbacks in Historic Districts only (Front setbacks:UR-I &INST-HTR=30';UR-4=25';UR-2,UR-3&NCUD-I=10') - Installation, removal or change in material of drive- and walkways - Installation or removal of architectural, sculptural or vegetative screening over 3' in height - Installation of accessory utility structures or radio/satellite transmission/reception devices (more than 2' diameter) For any of above: ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures,and of adjacent properties ❑ Site plan showing existing&proposed construction: include property lines&dimensions, required &proposed setbacks&lot coverage,site features (fences,walks,trees,etc.) street names,compass bearing&scale; no larger than 2'x3' sheet—smaller preferred if legible ❑ Product literature,specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Signage/Awnings ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures,and adjacent properties ❑ Plan showing location of proposed sign/awning structure on building/premises: no larger than I I"x 17" ❑ Scaled illustration of proposed sign/awning structure and lettering(front view&profile): include all dimensions of structure;type, dimensions and style of lettering or logo;description of colors, materials, mounting method and hardware ❑ Descriptions,specifications of proposed lighting including fixture&lamp type,wattage, mounting method,and location ❑ Product literature,specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Demolition ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures,and of adjacent properties ❑ Site plan showing existing and any proposed structures-include dimensions,setbacks,street names,compass bearing,and scale ❑ Written description of reasons for demolition and, in addition: ❑ For structures of"architectural/historical significance",demonstrate"good cause"why structure cannot be preserved ❑ For structures in an architectural district that might be eligible for listing on National Register of Historic Places,or for a "contributing"structure in a National Register district(contact City staff), provide plans for site development following demolition - include a timetable and letter of credit for project completion Telecommunication facilities ▪ Color photographs showing site/existing structures,and of adjacent properties 8 Site plan showing existing and proposed structures: include dimensions,setbacks,street names,compass bearing,and scale ▪ Scaled illustration of proposed structures: include all dimensions;colors, materials, lighting, mounting details 8 Consult Article 240-12.22 of the City's Zoning Ordinance and City staff to ensure compliance with requirements for visual impact assessment and existing and proposed vegetative screening Revised 01/2019 Request for extension of current approval ❑ Identify date of original DRC approval: Current expiration date: Org.App. No. ❑ Describe why this extension is necessary and whether any significant changes have occurred either on the site or in the neighborhood. SEQR Environmental Assessment Form ❑ Applicants proposing the following must complete"Part I" of the SEQR Short Environmental Assessment Form (available here: http://www.dec.ny.gov/docs/perrnits_eLoperati ons_pdf/seafpartone.pdf): - Construction or expansion of a multi-family residential structure (4 units +) - Construction or expansion (exceeding 4,000 sq.ft.gross floor area)of a principal or accessory non-residential structure -Telecommunications facility, radio antennae,satellite dishes - Demolition Disclosure Does any City officer, employee or family member thereof have a financial interest (as defined by General Municipal Law Section 809) in this application? E No 0 Yes- If yes, a statement disclosing the name, residence, nature, and extent of this interest must be filed with this application. Certification I/we, the property owner(s), or purchaser(s)/lessee(s) under contract, of the land in question, hereby request an appearance before the Design Review Commission. By the signature(s) attached hereto, I/we certify that the information provided within this application and accompanying documentation is, to the best of my/our knowledge, true and accurate. I/we further understand that intentionally providing false or misleading information is grounds for immediate denial of this application. I/we hereby authorize the members of the Design Review Commission and designated City staff to enter the property associated with this application for purposes of conducting any necessary site inspections relating to this application. Furthermore, I/we agree to meet all requirements under Article VII for Historic Review or Article VIII for Architectural Review of the Zoning Code of the City of Saratoga Springs. Date: 9-29-2020 (applicant signature) Date: (applicant signature) If applicant is not the currently the owner of the property, the current owner must also sign. Owner Signature: Date: Owner Signature: Date: Revised 01/2019 FOR OFFICE USE ONLY This application has been reviewed by the Zoning Enforcement Officer and is being forwarded to the Commission. Signature: Date: Additional Comments: Revised 01/2019 Short Environmental Assessment Form Part 1 - Project Information Instructions for Completing Part 1—Project Information. 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This proposed small wireless facility shall be maintained in a safe manner and in compliance with all conditions of the small wireless facility approval, without exception, as well as applicable and permissible federal, state and local laws, statutes, codes, rules and regulations. The construction of the small wireless facility is legally permissible and SQF, LLC is authorized to do business in the State of New York. SQF, LLC respectfully submits the following information in accordance with Section 6.3.2.1(C)(9) of Chapter 240 if the Saratoga Springs Code: a. Descriptive statement of objective(s)for new facility: The proposed small wireless facility is located on Stafford Bridge Road on the north side of the bridge. The facility will provide and extend coverage along the road and will connect to AT&T Node 13 to the north. This facility is required to fulfill a coverage need north of the lake. b. Documentation that demonstrates and proves the need for the small wireless facility to provide service primarily and essentially within the City: The location of CRAN_RUNY_STOG1_002 is placed to fulfill a coverage need north of the lake. This facility will provide coverage to the corridor from Route CR-67 to Lake Avenue to the 9 P Bridge on Union Avenue. It will fulfill a coverage need for those customers/vistos attending activities near the lake and traveling in and out of Saratoga Springs. Please also refer to the propagation maps included with this application as a visual representation of coverage and gaps. c. Name, address and phone number of person preparing the report: 1. Rupang Mehta, Profession-RAN Design Engineer, 200 N Warner Road, Floor 1, King of Prussia, PA 19406. d. Name, address and phone number of the property owner, operator and applicant. 1. Property Owner: Saratoga Springs (Right-of-Way) 2. Operator:AT&T: Roseanne Aikens, Sr. Real Estate and Construction Manager, 15E Midland Ave., Paramus, NJ 07652; (201) 519-8031. 3. Applicant: SQF, LLC: Heather Carlisle, 16 Middle Street, 4th Floor, Portland, ME 04101; (774) 285-1082. e. Postal address and Tax Map parcel number of the property: 89 Stafford Bridge Road, Saratoga, NY,Tax Parcel #167.-2-33-2. 16 Middle St,4th Floor I Portland, ME 04101 tilsontech.com TIL5ON On a Mission f. Zoning District where property is situated: RR- Rural Residential. g. Size of the property stated both in square feet and lot line dimensions if the proposed facility is located outside of the public right-of-way: N/A, proposed facility is located within the public right-of-way. h. Location of nearest residential structure: Approximately 580' southeast on Route 68 in Saratoga. i. Location, size, height of all existing and proposed structures on the property which is subject of the application: N/A,within the public right-of-way. j. The type, locations and dimensions of all proposed and existing landscaping if proposed facility is located outside the public right-of-way: N/A, proposed facility is located within the public right-of-way. k. The number,type and model of the antenna proposed,with a copy of the spec sheet: one CommScope Canister Antenna (NNVVSSP-3605-F4); please refer to included spec sheet. I. The make, model,type and manufacturer of the utility pole: Pole is a 45' Class 2 Utility Pole (either Douglas Fir or Southern Pine). m. Site Plan describing any new proposed structure and antennas: please refer to include construction drawings dated 7/7/2020. n. The frequency, modulation, and class of service of radio or other transmitting equipment: the proposed facility will be capable of supporting 700MHz/850MHz/PCS/AWS and 5G NR operation. The facility will operate with modulation QPSK/16QAM/64QAM. o. The actual intended transmission power stated as the maximum effective radiated power in watts: Proposed antenna will support 700/850/PCS/AWS and will handle maximum ERP of 1200 Watt. Please also refer to attach RF Report). p. Direction of maximum lobes and associated radiation of the antennas: CommScope NNVV4SSP-3605-F4 Quasi-Omni Antenna will be used at this location. This antenna is quasi- omni and will be oriented to a 0° azimuth. 16 Middle St,4th Floor I Portland, ME 04101 tilsontech.com TIL5ON On a Mission q. Applicant's proposed maintenance and inspection procedures and related system of records: please refer to separate AT&T Maintenance Plan. r. Documentation justifying the total height of the proposed antenna and structure and the basis thereof: height of proposed antenna is needed in order to provide service within the City, specifically along Stafford Bridge Road and the nearby lake. Please also refer to included RF propagation map. s. Certification that NIER levels at the proposed site will be and remain within the current threshold levels adopted by the FCC: Please refer to the attached certified RF report. Based on the information analyzed, AT&T will be compliant with FCC Regulations once the mitigation measures recommended in this report are implemented. t. A signed statement that the proposed installation will not cause physical or RF interference with other telecommunications devices: Interference is not likely, however, in the event of physical interference with other telecommunication devises or frequencies,AT&T is obligated per FCC requirements to remedy the situation. u. A copy of the FCC license applicable for the intended use of the wireless telecommunication facilities: Please see attached license. v. Confirmation the site is adequate to assure the stability of the facilities on the proposed site: please refer to attached construction drawings that are certified by an engineer. w. Information relating to the expected useful life of the proposed small wireless facility: AT&T's intent is to continue to use the facility for the foreseeable future. They typically request a 50+ year lease term. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions with respect to this narrative and application. Respectfully, Heather Carlisle SQF, LLC 16 Middle Street, 4th Floor Portland, ME 04101 hcarlisle@tilsontech.com (774) 285-1082 16 Middle St,4th Floor I Portland, ME 04101 tilsontech.com CRAN RUNY STOG1 002 BREWED BY. 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EMU= SOF-111211 Q `M SIDE NEW FROM NEW FD CD 1- x W ,Z m 'ILLo xa `- ANTENNA ANTENNA MOUNTING DETAILS SCHROFFTECH RADIO SHROUD z y APELIO POLE TOP MOUNT, (OR EQUAL) P/N: AF000343-B c.,0,m ay P/N:AP-PC-WP813-NG 25i 10 W°" w .Lr NOT TO SCALE 4 NNVVSSP-3605-FIV 14-port quasi-omni antenna, 4x 698-896, 4x 1695-2690, 4x 3400- 'k,�,m. 3800 and 2x 5150-5925 MHz, 360° horizontal beamwidth. Fixed and < m manual tilt. ti ..0 Electrical Specifications Frequency Band, MHz 698-806 806-896 1695-1920 1920-2180 2300-2690 3400-3800 5150-5925 Gain, dBi 4.8 4.6 6.1 6.6 7.5 5.7 4.0 Beamwidth, Horizontal, degrees 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 Beamwidth,Vertical, degrees 62.3 55.1 19.2 16.9 14.3 38.2 20.9 Beam Tilt, degrees 0 0 5-15 5-15 5-15 0 0 Isolation, dB 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 Isolation, Intersystem, dB 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 VSWR I Return Loss, dB 1.5 1 14.0 1.5 1 14.0 1.5 1 14.0 1.5 1 14.0 1.5 1 14.0 1.5 1 14.0 1.5 1 14.0 PIM, 3rd Order, 2 x 20 W, dBc -153 -153 -153 -153 -150 Input Power per Port at 50°C, 75 75 75 75 75 maximum,watts Polarization ±45° ±45° ±45° ±45° ±45° ±45° ±45° Impedance 50 ohm 50 ohm 50 ohm 50 ohm 50 ohm 50 ohm 50 ohm Electrical Specifications, BASTA* Frequency Band, MHz 698-806 806-896 1695-1920 1920-2180 2300-2690 3400-3800 5150-5925 Gain by all Beam Tilts, average, 4.6 4.3 5.5 6.1 7.0 5.3 3.2 dBi Gain by all Beam Tilts Tolerance, ±0.4 ±0.4 ±1 ±0.5 ±0.9 ±0.8 ±0.9 dB 5 ° 1 5.7 5 ° 1 6.0 5 ° 1 7.2 Gain by Beam Tilt, average, dBi 10 0 1 5.6 10 ° 1 6.2 10 ° 1 7.1 15 ° 1 5.4 15 ° 1 6.1 15 ° 1 6.9 Beamwidth, Vertical Tolerance, ±12.9 ±12.3 ±2.4 ±1.6 ±1.6 ±5.5 ±5.3 degrees *CommScope®supports NGMN recommendations on Base Station Antenna Standards(BASTA).To learn more about the benefits of BASTA,download the whitepaper Time to Raise the Bar on BSAs. 5 GHz Port Power Table page 1 of 4 February 14,2019 ©2019 CommScope,Inc.All rights reserved.All trademarks identified by®or'"are registered trademarks, ('D respectively,of CommScope.All specifications are subject to change without notice.See www.commscope.com for the COM MSCV 1 E° most current information.Revised:January 22,2019 NNVVSSP-3605—FIV 5 GHz FCC Power Requirements U-NII Band U-NII 1 U-NII 2A U-NII 2C U-NIT 3 Frequency(MHz) 5150-5250 5250-5350 5470-5725 5725-5850 Max Input power per port to align 0.5 0.125 0.125 0.5 with FCC Title 47 Part 15(Watts) Port Configuration A w _iC.. ± 3400.3800 MK, • 50,11gibiw, .45 3 m m k esease MXz. ! `� J ie„ 51505925 MXt f,, General Specifications Operating Frequency Band 1695-2690 MHz 3400-3800 MHz 5150- 5925 MHz 698- 896 MHz page 2 of 4 February 14,2019 ©2019 CommScope,Inc.All rights reserved.All trademarks identified by®or'"are registered trademarks, ('D respectively,of CommScope.All specifications are subject to change without notice.See www.commscope.com for the COMMSCV 1 Eo most current information.Revised:January 22,2019 NNVVSSP-3605—FIV Antenna Type Small Cell Band Multiband Performance Note Outdoor usage Mechanical Specifications RF Connector Quantity,total 14 RF Connector Quantity, low band 4 RF Connector Quantity, high band 10 RF Connector Interface 4.3-10 Female Grounding Type RF connector inner conductor and body grounded to reflector and mounting bracket Radiator Material Aluminum Low loss circuit board Radome Material ASA, UV stabilized Reflector Material Aluminum RF Connector Location Bottom Wind Loading, frontal 122.0 N © 150 km/h 27.4 lbf© 150 km/h Wind Loading, maximum 122.0 N © 150 km/h 27.4 lbf© 150 km/h Wind Speed, maximum 241 km/h 150 mph Dimensions Length 730.0 mm 28.7 in Outer Diameter 305.0 mm 12.0 in Net Weight, without mounting kit 12.1 kg 26.7 lb Packed Dimensions Length 1000.0 mm 39.4 in Width 418.0 mm 16.5 in Depth 404.0 mm 15.9 in Shipping Weight 16.7 kg 36.8 lb Regulatory Compliance/Certifications Agency Classification RoHS 2011/65/EU Compliant by Exemption ISO 9001:2015 Designed, manufactured and/or distributed under this quality management system China RoHS S.1/1- 11364-2014 Above Maximum Concentration Value (MCV) ISD <E04 900015 page 3 of 4 February 14,2019 ©2019 CommScope,Inc.All rights reserved.All trademarks identified by®or'"are registered trademarks, ('D respectively,of CommScope.All specifications are subject to change without notice.See www.commscope.com for the COMMSCV 1 Eo most current information.Revised:January 22,2019 NNVVSSP-3605—FIV * Footnotes Performance Note Severe environmental conditions may degrade optimum performance page 4 of 4 February 14,2019 ©2019 CommScope,Inc.All rights reserved.All trademarks identified by®or'"are registered trademarks, ('D respectively,of CommScope.All specifications are subject to change without notice.See www.commscope.com for the COMMSCV 1 Eo most current information.Revised:January 22,2019 WWI" { TILTON July 15th,2020 Subject: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS ATT Site Reference: CRAN RUNY STOG1 002 Utility Pole Tag Number: SQF 1826 89 Stafford Bridge Rd.Saratoga Springs NY To whom it may concern: Tilson has completed a structural analysis of the above referenced utility pole to determine its adequacy for the proposed installation of AT&T equipment as shown on the following page. This analysis assumes that the new structure and associated components have been properly constructed per original design and have been well maintained.The loads considered in this analysis were determined in accordance with the requirements of NESC Rule 250B,Grade C, Heavy District.The soil surrounding the pole is assumed to be Class 4(Medium dense sandy gravel;very stiff to hard silts and clays) per Osmose O-Calc(R) Pro 6.00 PLA Software. Our findings show that the new 45 ft. Class 2 utility pole with a standard setting depth of 6.5 ft.will be adequate to support the AT&T radio equipment and antenna installation. This analysis is based solely on information available to us as listed on the following page.This report is considered void if any of the listed information is incorrect. We appreciate the opportunity to be of service on this project. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this analysis, please do not hesitate to contact us at(207)591-6427. Sincerely, John Q. Sample, Project Manager Page 1 of 2 WWI" { TILTON This analysis is based on the following design information: Design Criteria&Information: Documents Design drawings by Tilson Technology Management:06/15/2020 Pole Attachments: ATTACHMENT SPECIFICATIONS/DESC. ELEVATION AGL(FT.) (N)WHIP ANTENNA 75 LBS. I CUSTOM SHAPE 41'3"- RAD CENTER (N)AEWD 50 LBS. 114.3"x 6.8"x 11.1" 36'11"-TO CENTER (N)AEWE 50 LBS. 114.3"x 6.8"x 11.1" 36'11"-TO CENTER (N)SECONDARY ANTENNA POWER FEED 26'0" (N) FOSC/FIBER DROP ANTENNA FIBER FEED 20'0" (N)SHROUD 300 LBS. 142"x 14"x 24.5" 12'0"-TO BOTTOM (N) LOAD CENTER 25 LBS. 112.65"x 4.27"x 8.88" 9'6"-TO BOTTOM (N) DISCONNECT 25 LBS. 110.42"x 8.58"x 6.94" 8'0"-TO BOTTOM (N) METER SOCKET 25 LBS. 115.13"x 4.5"x 11.25" 6'0"-TO TOP Notes: 1. Any discrepancies in loading from this listing should be brought to Tilson's attention. Results of this analysis cannot be used if the loading is different. (N)= New Equipment, (E)= Existing Equipment Assumptions and Limitations: 1. Current and future wire taps will be back-guyed to minimize tension load imbalances. 2. Current and future wires will be installed as to not induce angular loading on the pole. 3. The subject pole is installed plumb and free of unreasonable defects. 4. All equipment shall be installed as shown on the corresponding construction drawing. 5. This structural analysis was completed based upon the received make-ready determination. 6. All pole information is based on a visual ground inspection 7. O-Calc Pro determines the overturn moment of a pole based on the technique detailed in RUS Bulletin 1724E-200. 8. Contractor to contact engineer of record prior to construction should actual soil contions differ from estimated soil class. Page 2 of 2 Pole ID:GENERIC_45_CLASS_2_POLE.pplx 0-Calc®Pro Analysis Report Tuesday,March 10,2020 4:59 PM Pole Num: GENERIC 45'CLASS 2 Pole Length/Class: 45/2 Code: NESC Structure Type: Deadend POLE Site Reference No. CRAN_RUNY_STOG1_002 SOUTHERN PINE NESC Rule: Rule 250B Status Unguyed Candidate Letter X Setting Depth(ft): 6.5 Construction Grade: C Pole Strength Factor: 0.85 Pole Tag Number SQF 12345 G/L Circumference(in): 40.30 Loading District: Heavy Transverse Wind LF: 1.75 Address Line 1 123 SOME ROAD G/L Fiber Stress(psi): 8,000 Ice Thickness(in): 0.50 Wire Tension LF: 1.30 Address Line 2 SOMEWHERE,NJ Allowable Stress(psi): 6,800 Wind Speed(mph): 39.53 Vertical LF: 1.90 Pole Set Type new Fiber Stress Ht. Reduc: No Wind Pressure(psf): 4.00 Latitude: 43.074875°N Longitude: 73.695182°W Elevation: 0' � Pole Capacity Utilization(%) Height Wind Angle 040.33 (ft) (deg) ®asp Maximum 11.5 0.0 61.2 Groundline 11.5 0.0 61.2 Vertical 4.5 19.33 61.2 11 co s Pole Moments(ft-lb) Load Angle Wind Angle Sas T2rzaa (deg) (deg) 1 0155 Max Cap Util 12,995 55.1 61.2 0 0o Groundline 12,995 55.1 61.2 I 08.43 GL Allowable 117,445 0533 Overturn 73,814 User:kreagan TILSONTECH OCP:6.00 `Includes Load Factor(s) Page 1 of 3 2 Worst Wind Per Guy Wre 3 Wind At 61.2° Pole ID:GENERIC_45_CLASS_2_POLE.pplx 0-Calc®Pro Analysis Report Tuesday,March 10,2020 4:59 PM Groundline Load Summary-Reporting Angle Mode:Load-Reporting Angle:55.1° Shear Applied Bending Applied Pole Bending Vertical Vertical Total Pole Load* Load Moment Moment Capacity Stress Load Stress Stress Capacity (lbs) (%) (ft-lb) (%) (%) (+/-psi) (lbs) (psi) (psi) (%) Powers 230 37.6 6,195 47.7 5.3 350 96 1 350 5.2 Comms 33 5.5 703 5.4 0.6 40 32 0 40 0.6 GenericEquipments 116 19.0 1,487 11.4 1.3 84 1,045 8 92 1.4 Pole 232 37.9 4,611 35.5 3.9 260 2,633 20 281 4.1 Insulators 0 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 0 11 0 0 0.0 Pole Load 612 100.0 12,995 100.0 11.1 733 3,818 30 763 11.2 Pole Reserve Capacity 104,450 88.9 6,067 6,037 88.8 Load Summary by Owner-Reporting Angle Mode: Load-Reporting Angle: 55.1° Shear Applied Bending Applied Pole Bending Vertical Vertical Total Pole Load* Load Moment Moment Capacity Stress Load Stress Stress Capacity (lbs) (%) (ft-lb) (%) (%) (+/-psi) (lbs) (psi) (psi) (%) PSEG 230 37.6 6,195 47.7 5.3 350 106 1 350 5.2 ATT 150 24.5 2,189 16.9 1.9 124 1,079 8 132 1.9 SQF 232 37.9 4,611 35.5 3.9 260 2,633 20 281 4.1 Totals: 612 100.0 12,995 100.0 11.1 733 3,818 30 763 11.2 Detailed Load Components: Power Owner Height Horiz. Cable Sag at Cable Lead/Span Span Wire Tension Tension Offset Wind Moment (ft) Offset Diameter Max Weight Length Angle Length (lbs) Moment* Moment* Moment* at GL* (in) (in) Temp (lbs/ft) (ft) (deg) (ft) (ft-lb) (ft-lb) (ft-lb) (ft-lb) (ft) Secondary SECONDARY(1/0) PSEG 26.00 7.27 1.0300 0.88 0.399 75.0 45.0 75.1 178 5,923 57 57 6,037 Totals: 5,923 57 57 6,037 Comm Owner Height Horiz. Cable Sag at Cable Lead/Span Span Wire Tension Tension Offset Wind Moment (ft) Offset Diameter Max Weight Length Angle Length (lbs) Moment* Moment* Moment* at GL* (in) (in) Temp (lbs/ft) (ft) (deg) (ft) (ft-lb) (ft-lb) (ft-lb) (ft-lb) (ft) Fiber FIBER DROP ATT 20.00 6.65 0.1500 1.18 0.012 82.0 45.0 82.0 25 640 18 27 685 Totals: 640 18 27 685 GenericEquipment Owner Height Horiz. Offset Rotate Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Offset Wind Moment (ft) Offset Angle Angle Weight Height Depth Diameter Length Moment* Moment* at GL* (in) (deg) (deg) (lbs) (in) (in) (in) (in) (ft-lb) (ft-lb) (ft-lb) Imported (N)WHIPANTENNA ATT 40.33 1.86 180.0 0.0 75.00 -- -- -- -- -13 0 -13 Box (N)AEWD ATT 36.92 8.48 90.0 0.0 50.00 14.30 6.80 -- 11.10 55 405 460 User:kreagan TILSONTECH OCP:6.00 `Includes Load Factor(s) Page 2of3 2Worst Wind Per Guy Wre 3WndAt61.2° Pole ID:GENERIC_45_CLASS_2_POLE.pplx 0-Calc®Pro Analysis Report Tuesday,March 10,2020 4:59 PM Box (N)AEWE ATT 36.92 8.48 270.0 0.0 50.00 14.30 6.80 -- 11.10 -55 405 350 Box (N)SHROUD ATT 15.50 13.43 270.0 0.0 300.00 42.00 14.00 -- 24.50 -523 1,087 564 Box (N)LOAD CENTER ATT 10.03 8.91 270.0 0.0 25.00 12.65 4.27 -- 8.88 -29 75 46 Box (N)DISCONNECT ATT 8.43 11.17 270.0 0.0 25.00 10.42 8.58 -- 6.94 -36 50 14 Box (N)METER SOCKET ATT 5.37 9.32 270.0 0.0 25.00 15.13 4.50 -- 11.25 -30 59 29 Totals: -632 2,080 1,449 Insulator Owner Height Horiz. Offset Rotate Unit Unit Unit Offset Wind Moment at (ft) Offset Angle Angle Weight Diameter Length Moment* Moment* GL* (in) (deg) (deg) (lbs) (in) (in) (ft-lb) (ft-lb) (ft-lb) Bolt (N)SECONDARY PSEG 26.00 0.00 45.0 45.0 5.00 3.00 0.00 0 0 0 J-Hook (N)FOSC/FIBER DROP ATT 20.00 0.00 45.0 45.0 1.00 1.00 0.00 0 0 0 Totals: 0 0 0 Pole Buckling Buckling Buckling Buckling Buckling Minimum Diameter at Diameter at Modulus of Pole Ice Density Pole Tip Buckling Buckling Buckling Constant Column Section Section Buckling Tip GL Elasticity Density (pcf) Height Load Load Load Factor Height* Height Diameter Diameter at (in) (in) (psi) (pcf) (ft) Capacity at Applied at of Safety (ft) (% Buckling (in) GL Height Height Col.Hgt.) (in) (lbs) (lbs) 2.00 19.30 32.85 12.03 5.90 7.96 12.83 2.13e+6 60.00 57.00 38.50 85,545 848.45 22.22 User:kreagan TILSONTECH OCP:6.00 `Includes Load Factor(s) Page 3of3 2Worst Wind Per Guy Wre 3WndAt61.2° CRAN_RUNY_STOG1_002-PHOTO SIMULATION -111111 -, ,,,,. I, • 23". 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'^'{s t _ � ae-'� .�w�< }� "`� OPT Node LTE:Frmi LTE:RSRP(d Bra) q tt11'' - i' -, • Best RSRP(RS EPRE)Level(dBm)r=-75(Dense Urban Indoor] i4 _'re' +r `;• 14.•:-.. 1 i Best RSRP(RS EPRE)Level(d8m)r=$5(Commercial Indooe] ��!'� 0,,;p.4, `,„.01.'''''W Best RSRP(RS EPRE)Level(tl8m]a=-90(Commercial Stretch] J. q� r bra• „Best RSRP(RS EPRE)Level(tl8m)a -95(Resdential Indoor] ii 1! e . 1 , •Best RSRP(RS EPRE)Level(dBm)s -100(Residential Stretch] f :7-' ' e Best RSRP(RS EPRE)Level(d8m),=-105(In-Car] t G r '"?.":"A, ,,, ,a ,4 ,':. Y Best RSRP[RS EPRE)Level[tl8m]5=-110[In-Car Stretch/Outdoo likiik " k .;w,*,- - r.+ 4 C•� k -�Best RSRP(RS EPREJ Level(tl8m)5=-115(Outdoor Stretch) if1; % CENTERLINE COMMUNICATIONS Radio Frequency Safety Survey Prediction AT&T Monopole Facility Site Name: NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Prepared for: Technologies: 700 LTE, 850 LTE, 1900 PCS, AT&T New England on behalf of 2100 AWS AT&T Report Writer: Alex Van Abbema CRAN RUNY STOG1 002 Date: September 21, 2020 Report Reviewer: Brandon Green LAT: 43.074875 LONG: -73.695182 This is a report for a specific antenna configuration (see page 6) Statement of Compliance AT&T will be compliant with FCC Regulations upon installation of recommended mitigation measures. Centerline Communications,LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page 11 1111111111 NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration _ff• CENTERLINE COMMUNICATIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 GENERAL SUMMARY 3 1.1 SITE SUMMARY 3 2.0 SITE SCALE MAP 5 3.0 ANTENNA INVENTORY 6 4.0 ANALYSIS 7 4.1 PREDICTIVE MODEL: ALL TRANSMITTERS (GROUND LEVEL) 7 4.2 PREDICTIVE MODEL: ANTENNA LEVEL(27.00') 8 4.3 PREDICTIVE MODEL: SAFETY DISTANCE (21.00') 9 5.0 STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE 10 5.1 STATEMENT OF AT&T MOBILITY COMPLIANCE 10 5.2 RECOMMENDATIONS 10 5.3 DESCRIPTION OF MPE-LIMIT EXCEEDING AREAS 10 5.4 CARRIER SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION AREAS 10 5.5 COLLOCATOR SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION AREAS 11 6.0 FALL ARREST AND PARAPET INFORMATION 11 APPENDIX A: RF SIGNAGE 12 APPENDIX B: FCC GUIDELINES AND EMISSIONS THRESHOLD LIMITS 13 APPENDIX C: CALCULATION METHODOLOGY 15 APPENDIX D: CERTIFICATIONS 16 APPENDIX E: PROPRIETARY STATEMENT 17 Centerline Communications, LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page 12 NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration ..ef° �✓ CENTERLINE COMMUNICATIONS 1.0 GENERAL SUMMARY Centerline Communications,LLC ("Centerline")has been contracted to provide a Radio Frequency(RF) Analysis for the following AT&T wireless monopole facility to determine whether the facility is in compliance with federal standards and regulations regarding RF emissions. This analysis includes theoretical emissions calculations for all equipment for AT&T. 1.1 SITE SUMMARY Analysis Site Data Site Name: Antenna Model Facility Type: Unknown Compliance Summary Compliance Status: Compliant Upon Mitigation Installation Maximum Modeled MPE%the Ground Level AT&T 0.65% (General Public Limit): Maximum Modeled MPE%on the Nearest Rooftop 0.00 % AT&T(General Public Limit): Maximum Modeled MPE% at the Antenna Level AT&T 2256.90 % (General Public Limit): Site Data Information CD: N/A There are areas near the proposed antenna that are predicted to exceed MPE limits. The table below shows the distance from the antenna these areas extend. Horizontal Safety Distance(from Antenna Face) General Public Limit (ft.) 19' Occupational Limit (ft.) 9' Vertical Safety Distance (From Bottom Tip of Antenna) General Public Limit (ft.) 5' Occupational Limit (ft.) 4' Centerline Communications, LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 3 tree% CENTERLINE COMMUNICATIONS Signage and barriers are the primary means of mitigating access to accessible areas of exposure. Below is a summary of existing and recommended signage at this AT&T facility. is ing ignage Sign Type Sign Size #of Signs Sign Placement None N/A N/A N/A Recommended Signage Sign Type Sign Size #of Signs Sign Placement Yellow Caution Standard❑' N ❑I H I foal II I I 1 Signage Installation Detail • Caution ❑ 11lin Ltal IIIId t=ar❑JiCwaIIIDfro1 a ThaLLWto tl lantana❑ • ❑Ci❑]nfiguration ❑u]not I Idl I IdI d wit Lin If❑it of an_sruIur❑Jor LI rfa❑mtLat ❑a❑I I Iwa[kal HIV I Centerline Communications,LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page 14 AP I% NNV4SSP-360S-F4 ConfigurationIL ....00 CENTERLINE ...- COMMUNICATIONS 2.0 SITE SCALE MAP Place two signs opposite each other on the mounting structure(e.g.,utility pole)5' below the bottom tip of the antenna.Upper edge of each iel sign must be positioned at the bottom distance. Center Cob.Code •AT&T NOTICE (00) 10 loot g0 Me SMy at Mast leet away from.antenna ANTENNA CL-e30' Call/OAT at 1.00.638..2112.2,ophon P then 3.,tor help if you need moms within .1 twwww„_ • A CAUTION A c..„I ATP.1.it 800,38 28.22 opho,1 9 I her,3,ler help II yOU ileutl Jccoss within feel - •,eN..ou..ono — ZiMEM7M r ..,........ k........,.... =711=7.1=7.41re. ,,-.0.1**.• .eel. tills la Mit.!doh A CAUTION A Caution 0 5gn00ERIO 0 Enda! Me YE UN IP — — 10'grid size n Existing Sign e Proposed Sign Existing Barrier e Proposed Barrier Signage/Mitigation Plan Centerline Communications,LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page 15 NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration �� CENTERLINE IL. COMMUNICATIONS 3.0 ANTENNA INVENTORY °nt Name M.z ERP TPO(W) TPO Gain in Total iiii Mfg Model (ft) (ft) (ft) Azimuth Horizontal MDT Length Num Freq Count (dBm) dbd Loss XY Z BW (ft.) 1 AT&T 700 622.47 4 40.00 57.94 5.90 0.00 COMMSCOPE NNV4SSP-360S-F4 145.90 120.60 28.88 0.00 255.00 0.00 2.23 1 AT&T 850 641.39 4 40.00 58.07 6.03 0.00 COMMSCOPE NNV4SSP-360S-F4 145.90 120.60 28.88 0.00 268.00 0.00 2.23 1 AT&T 1900 696.82 4 40.00 58.43 6.39 0.00 COMMSCOPE NNV4SSP-360S-F4 145.90 120.60 28.88 0.00 235.00 0.00 2.23 1 AT&T 2100 708.14 4 40.00 58.50 6.46 0.00 COMMSCOPE NNV4SSP-360S-F4 145.90 120.60 28.88 0.00 231.00 0.00 2.23 Table 1: Total Site data table **(Z Value is distance from bottom of antenna to walking surface) Centerline Communications,LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 P a g e 16 NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration 0� CENTERLINE vCOMMUNICATIONS 4.0 ANALYSIS 4.1 PREDICTIVE MODEL:ALL TRANSMITTERS(GROUND LEVEL) 1 N Percent MPE Legend ❑ 0%-5% E l 51i•100% ® 700%•500% E 500%•5000% 5000%. Pu6Iic Limits Sulo 09 Material Attenuation ANTENNA a=3010 foot 9licl size [Avg'0 to 6 Feet) Carries Color Code aATV At ground level there are no areas that exceed the Occupational or General Population limits.The maximum value at ground level from this facility is 0.130%of the FCC's occupational limit for radio frequency exposure(0.650% general population) Centerline Communications,LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page 17 NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration ‘PA�� CENTERLINE COMMUNICATIONS 4.2 PREDICTIVE MODEL:ANTENNA LEVEL(27.00') ■■ nu■bh. Percent MPE❑ 09°.6 5�Le9end 41•11 ■■■■■ ► • 5%.,00% • 100:•500; • 500;.5000: ■■■■■■■■■■■■! 5000 e ❑ ■■■■■■■■■■■■■ Lworts Sulo 09 Maecial Atlenuatinn ■■■■■■■■y■�TE-C �■` 10 f act (Avg.27 to133 Feet) ■■■■ �' ■■■■■� Carrier ATT Code MEMOv,■■■■■ ■■■■' ■■■■■■■ 1MMENEMEMINgpr IEEE MEM IgmENF At the antenna level there is an area that extends 9 feet from the antenna face that may exceed the FCC's .r, Occupational limit and an area that extends 19 feet from the antenna face that may exceed the FCC's general population limit for exposure to radio frequency emissions.The antenna level diagram is run 3 feet below the antenna to show the highest spatially averaged MPE levels. Centerline Communications,LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page 18 NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration 0 CENTERLINE _00 COMMUNICATIONS 4.3 PREDICTIVE MODEL:SAFETY DISTANCE(21.00') 1 Percent MPE Legend ❑ 04-5% • 5% 100% .a11111. • 100%500% ▪ 5000% ��■ Pu61er Limns AMEN. Sub 01 loot Material Attenuation NTEFd1�A Q=30' 10 loot o 2 size m■■■ 1 ■■■� [Avg'21 l0 27 Peet) Carrier Cdw Corse -.111111117 There is an area that extends 4 feet from the bottom tip of the antenna that may exceed the FCC's Occupational limit and an area that extends 5 feet from the bottom tip of the antenna that may exceed the FCC's general population limit for exposure to radio frequency emissions. Centerline Communications,LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page 19 ce % NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration t_ArCENTERLINE COMMUNICATIONS 5.0 STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE Centerline conducted worst case modeling to determine whether the antAina libnfiguration for NNV4SSP-360S-F4,is in compliance with FCC Regulations. 5.1 STATEMENT OF AT&T MOBILITY COMPLIANCE Based on the information analyzed,AT&T will be compliant with FCC Regulations once the mitigation measures recommended in this report are implemented. 5.2 RECOMMENDATIONS Sign Type Sign Size #of Signs Sign Placement Yellow Caution Standard 71 111' N❑ ❑CM=ma ZID Signage Installation Detail • Caution ❑Ign❑❑ul min tal Ill d tl I II Ifro❑ af1ThlThi-oaLLWto tl IantAina❑ • ❑lii❑lilinfiguration Elul not I I Idl I Idl Id witLin I I fLU of an❑LruLur❑❑or Chrfa❑ LtL t ❑a❑I wa[kal I I I A 5.3 DESCRIPTION OF MPE-LIMIT EXCEEDING AREAS Based on worst-case predictive modeling,there are no modeled exposures on any accessible walking/working surface related to AT&T's proposed antennas that exceed the FCC's occupational and/or general population exposure limits at this site. At the antenna level there is an area that extends 9 feet from the antenna face that may exceed the FCC's occupational limit for exposure to radio frequency emisssions. There is an area that extends 19 feet from the antenna face that may exceed the FCC's general population limit for exposure to radio frequency emissions. There is an area that extends 4 feet below the bottom tip of the antenna that may exceed the FCC's occupational limit for exposure to radio frequency emissions. There is an area that extends 5 feet below the bottom tip of the antenna that may exceed the FCC's general public limit for exposure to radio frequency emissions. 5.4 CARRIER SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION AREAS At ground level there are no areas predicted to exceed 1%MPE of the general population limit. Centerline Communications,LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page 10 1111111111 NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration Off CENTERLINE New COMMUNICATIONS 5.5 COLLOCATOR SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION AREAS Based on review of construction drawings and aerial photographs,no collocators were identified onsite. ❑❑ikon I 1 1 I dan=ar fro tl lantana fay I I IA❑ant]ina ❑uL not Z7in�al Ill d wit L in ❑f❑l of an TruiLur❑❑or UrfaMit Eat all I Iwala= 6.0 FALL ARREST AND PARAPET INFORMATION As per AT&T barrier policy,rooftop edges that are protected with a 39-inch parapet wall or guardrail are safe for work activity within six(6)feet of the edge. OSHA has stated that an existing 39-inch guardrail or parapet provides sufficient protection for employees. The height of the top rail or equivalent component of guardrail systems in new construction shall be at least 42 inches above the walking or working surface. It should also be noted that the height of the parapet or guardrail may be reduced to no less than 30 inches at any point provided the sum of the depth(horizontal distance)of the top edge, and the height of the top edge (vertical distance from the work surface to the top edge of the top member,is at least 48 inches. If there is no reason for working atop the roof,then edge protection is not required. In addition,workers may use personnel lifts or temporary fall protection measures to perform work within 6 feet of the roof edge in place of permanent edge protection. Reference: 29 CFR 1910.28,29 CFR 1910.23 (NPRM-1990); OSHA Letters of Interpretation 2/9/83 and 3/8/9 Centerline Communications, LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 P a g e 11 111111111111 1 NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration CENTERLINE COMMUNICATIONS APPENDIX A: RF SIGNAGE RF Signage Description Sign Description Sign Blue Notice Decal Blue Notice Sign Used to alert individuals that Used to alert individuals that ZIEIMME they are entering an area that .. .` they are entering an area that RFI fat NOTICE .>> may exceed the FCC's "eewsawn„;•FCC°•^"•wa sidle free*f"^•�•"^^ may exceed the FCC's General °"""°°""""Assf el lisawf H.wean Woes IND•ntenne General Population emissions „;" .,,„""„,.."^e.a,". Population emissions limit. Coil ATILT a eae-euet Se22.spline S nwn I Ise'WI..Ifa. assn•••.a.OMR ,.. ......-� _-J limit. Must be positioned such •ss•a". ^•=••.VMust be positioned such that Ihie se. that persons approaching from """"'"U81D persons approaching from any any angle have ample warning angle have ample warning to to avoid the marked areas. avoid the marked areas. Yellow Caution Decal Yellow Caution Sign Used to inform individuals Used to inform individuals that that they are entering an area AU? they CAUTION A w, they are entering an area that _a CAUTION A that may exceed the FCC's m..einleethina al%Au el.. �" a„arodl sieswWwwef may exceed the FCC's ........,'°°":„,-..,.r.,,.....,, . Occupational emissions limit. """^""""'" Occupational emissions limit. e Men..e.h.l..y.0 h•nr/ nn IN Wu,.SI. °'°""`°°""'"'" "` aW - Must be positioned such that ;": ,,,,.1....,,,,,,.,�,„ Must be positioned such that persons approaching from any "'"' ;�; "'"'" persons approaching from any caiiinil angle have ample warning to angle have ample warning to avoid the marked areas. avoid the marked areas. Centerline Communications, LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 P a g e 1 12 111111111111 NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration .ff• CENTERLINE COMMUNICATIONS APPENDIX B: FCC GUIDELINES AND EMISSIONS THRESHOLD LIMITS All power density values used in this report were analyzed as a percentage of current Maximum Permissible Exposure (% MPE) as listed in the FCC OET Bulletin 65 Edition 97-Oland ANSI/IEEE Std C95.1. The FCC regulates Maximum Permissible Exposure in units of microwatts per square centimeter (µW/cm2). The number ofµW/cm2 calculated at each sample point is called the power density. The exposure limit for power density varies depending upon the frequencies being utilized.Wireless Carriers and Paging Services use different frequency bands each with different exposure limits,therefore it is necessary to report results and limits in terms of percent MPE rather than power density. All results were compared to the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) radio frequency exposure rules, 47 CFR 1.1307(b)(1) — (b)(3), to determine compliance with the Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE)limits for General Population/Uncontrolled environments as defined below. General Population/Uncontrolled exposure limits apply to situations in which the general public may be exposed or in which persons who are exposed as a consequence of their employment may not be made fully aware of the potential for exposure or cannot exercise control over their exposure. Therefore,members of the general public would always be considered under this category when exposure is not employment related, for example,in the case of a telecommunications tower that exposes persons in a nearby residential area. Public exposure to radio frequencies is regulated and enforced in units of microwatts per square centimeter (µW/cm2). The general population exposure limit for the 700 and 800 MHz Bands is approximately 467 µW/cm2 and 567 µW/cm2 respectively, and the general population exposure limit for the 1900 MHz PCS and 2100 MHz AWS bands is 1000 µW/cm2.Because each carrier will be using different frequency bands, and each frequency band has different exposure limits,it is necessary to report percent of MPE rather than power density. Occupational/Controlled exposure limits apply to situations in which persons are exposed as a consequence of their employment and in which those persons who are exposed have been made fully aware of the potential for exposure,have been properly trained in RF safety and can exercise control over their exposure. Occupational/Controlled exposure limits also apply where exposure is of a transient nature as a result of incidental passage through a location where exposure levels may be above general population/uncontrolled limits (see below), as long as the exposed person has been made fully aware of the potential for exposure, have been trained in RF safety and can exercise control over his or her exposure by leaving the area or by some other appropriate means.The Occupational/Controlled exposure limits all utilized frequency bands is five (5)times the FCC's General Public/Uncontrolled exposure limit. Additional details can be found in FCC OET 65. Centerline Communications, LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page 13 111111111111 1 NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration CENTERLINE COMMUNICATIONS Table 1:Limits for Maximum Permissible Exposure(MPE) (A)Limits for Occupational/Controlled Exposure Frequency Range Electric Field Strength Magnetic Field Strength Averaging Time[E12, (MIIz) (E) (II) [1112,Density(S) [HI2,or S (mW/cm2) (V/m) (A/m) (minutes) 0.3-3.0 614 1.63 (100)* 6 3.0-30 1842/f 4.89/f (900/f2)* 6 30-300 61.4 0.163 1.0 6 300-I,500 -- -- f/300 6 1,500-100,000 -- -- 5 6 (B)Limits for General Public/Uncontrolled Exposure Frequency Range Electric Field Strength Magnetic Field Strength Averaging Time[E12, (MHz) (E) (II) [1112,Density(S) [H]2,or S (mW/cm2) (V/m) (A/m) (minutes) 0.3-1.34 614 1.63 (100)* 30 1.34-30 824/f 2.19/f (180/f2)* 30 30-300 27.5 0.073 0.2 30 300-1,500 -- -- f/1,500 30 1,500-100,000 -- -- 1.0 30 f=Frequency in(MHz) *Plane-wave equivalent power density Figure 1 FCC Limits for Maximum Permissible Exposure(MPE) Plane-wave Equivalent Power Density 1.000 ' I I I I 4 I ocouparlonar/conr.oued Esposu.e `----General Papufarian./Und::=edE pasure 100- - ♦ 70- \ - 5- /1- ♦ 0.2— - 0'.YI I I I I I I 0.03 0.3 3 30 300 13,000 30000 T 300000 1.34 1,500 100,000 Frequency(MHz) Centerline Communications, LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 P a g e 1 14 1111111111 NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration S CENTERLINE COMMUNICATIONS APPENDIX C: CALCULATION METHODOLOGY Centerline Communications,LLC has performed theoretical modeling using Waterford Consultants' RoofMasterTM 2020 Version 21.9.04.20 which uses a cylindrical model for conservative power density predictions within the near field of the antenna where the antenna pattern has not truly formed yet. Within this area power density values tend to decrease based upon an inverse distance function. At the point where it is appropriate for modeling to change from near-field calculations to far-field calculations the power decreases inversely with the square of the distance. This modeling technique is very accurate with very low antenna centerlines, such as rooftops,where persons can get very close to the antennas and pass through fields in close proximity. The modeling is based on worst-case assumptions for the number of antennas and transmitter power. Centerline Communications, LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page 15 1111111111 NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration Off CENTERLINE COMMUNICATIONS APPENDIX D: CERTIFICATIONS I,Alex Van Abbema,preparer of this report certify that I am fully trained and aware of the Rules and Regulations of both the Federal Communications Commissions(FCC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)with regard to Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Radiation. I have been trained in the procedures and requirements outlined in AT&T's RF Exposure: Responsibilities, Procedures& Guidelines document. Alex Van Abbema 9/21/2020 I,Brandon Green,reviewer and approver of this report certify that I am fully trained and aware of the Rules and Regulations of both the Federal Communications Commissions(FCC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration(OSHA)with regard to Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Radiation. I have been trained in the procedures and requirements outlined in AT&T's RF Exposure: Responsibilities,Procedures& Guidelines document. Brandon Green 9/21/2020 Centerline Communications, LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page 16 1111111111 NNV4SSP-360S-F4 Configuration S CENTERLINE COMMUNICATIONS APPENDIX E: PROPRIETARY STATEMENT This report was prepared for the use of AT&T to meet requirements specified in AT&T's corporate RF safety guidelines.It was performed in accordance with generally accepted practices of other consultants undertaking similar studies at the same time and in the same locale under like circumstances. The conclusions provided by Centerline Communications,LLC are based solely on the information provided by AT&T and all observations in this report are valid on the date of the investigation. Any additional information that becomes available concerning the site should be provided to Centerline Communications,LLC so that our conclusions may be revised and modified,if necessary. This report has been prepared in accordance with Standard Conditions for Engagement and authorized proposal,both of which are integral parts of this report.No other warranty,expressed or implied,is made. Centerline Communications, LLC 750 W Center St West Bridgewater MA 02379 Page 17 AT&T Site Maintenance AT&T monitors all cells through their Operational Control Center NOC and cell outages and issue are monitored 24/7. In the case a cell has an issue, AT&Ts maintenance team or operations team will be deployed to repair. Issues identified can also be reported to the AT&T NOC (800- 832-6662). In the case of repair, AT&T will send out a repair team to resolve equipment issues or damaged cell site equipment. Any maintenance shall include work area protection appropriate to the size and scale of the project to safeguard the public and Supplier's employees during work in progress until the final completion of Supplier's work. All trash and debris generated during maintenance is removed from the Node location. In the event of abandonment of cell, AT&T will remove all equipment and restore site to previous state. AT&T complies with all Environmental Laws applicable to a pole and its operations at a pole. In the event of any non-compliance with AT&T's above standards is discovered at a node location, AT&T will take immediate action to remedy. CONSTRUCTION DRAWING PREPARED FOR: LEGEND �•�=-� at&t ■ CONE szimislimm CHANNELIZING DEVICE STREET LIGHT V////I TYPE 3 BARRICADE aE SUBMITTALS .ern, At 06/25/20 ININL 1591E I(ES WOOD UTILITY POLE MN ELECTRICAL MANHOLE STAMP o- TRAFFIC SIGNAL —'- ARROW BOARD LI 11111. EXISTING TRAFFIC FLOW FLAGGER 1110... PROPOSED TRAFFIC FLOW SIDEWALK 11111 EXISTING CROSSWALK J I.III I TRAVEL LANE M WORK ZONE ROAD SHOULDER STMJP SIGN ROAD CENTERLINE —.— SAFETY FENCE LANE MARKINGS TRAFFIC CONTROL PLAN NOTES: 1. TRAFFIC CONTROL LATEST EDITION OF THDE MANUAL ON SIGNAGE N UNIFORM R THIS OTRA FIJECT C CONTROLALL BE ODEVICES(MUTCD).NE IN WITH THE TIL 5 0 N 2. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC AND SHALL PROVIDE Ona Mission MATERIALS AND SIGNS TO INFORM AND PROTECT PEDESTRIANS. 4944 ww1.w'RD•n,cur,Nr 13041 3. ALL TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES SHALL BE IN PLACE PRIOR TO WORK COMMENCING. (207)591-6427 n6Esomml.Da 4. CONTRACTOR IS TO FOLLOW ALL LOCAL CODES AND STANDARDS REGARDING UTILITY WORK AND THE MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC. GRAN_RUN Y_STOG1-002 5. ALL TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNS ARE TO BE REMOVED FROM THE WORK SITE IMMEDIATELY AFTER 89 STAFFORD BRIDGE ROAD WORK IS COMPLETED. SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866 SARATOGA COUNTY s1EEF Tine TCP NOTES AND LEGEND ORM"R➢BY: APPRO.BY: SHEET: REV KLS JBM TC-1 0 0 CONSTRUCTION DRAWING , PREPARED FOR: . A .; ; Is &t SUBMITTAatLS • \1� TD,06/25/20 INIOK 691E NLS ----- SnWP it 8.As." 11,t\' •FOPOSED WORK AREA a Ilk 4. SUMP Ilks. 4 TILSON w`ePO., On a Mission 1944 Y91PLANN.0,CLAY,NY 13041 --\1\SI--15. ,,,,,, n(207)591-6127 INPoenE9ri1ECN.COR 1150.22.02.2 CRAN_RUNY_STOG1_002 89 STAFFORD BRIDGE ROAD SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY 12866 SARATOGA COUNTY C;11----%rn 91¢r nu 00 ° 00 PROPOSED TRAFFIC CONTROL PLAN PROPOSED TRAFFIC CONTROL PLAN 0flK1m 6Y APPRO.BY: 51.7: F REV SCA.1:100 KLS JBM TC-2 0 7/1/2020 ULS License-PCS Broadband License-WPSL626-NEW CINGULAR WIRELESS PCS, LLC ULS License PCS Broadband License - WPSL626 - NEW CINGULAR WIRELESS PCS, LLC Call Sign WPSL626 Radio Service CW - PCS Broadband Status Active Auth Type Regular Rural Service Provider Bidding Credit Is the Applicant seeking a Rural Service Provider (RSP) bidding credit? Reserved Spectrum Reserved Spectrum Market Market MTA001 - New York Channel Block A Submarket 31 Associated 001850.00000000- Frequencies 001865.00000000 (MHz) 001930.00000000- 001945.00000000 Dates Grant 12/16/2014 Expiration 12/14/2024 Effective 08/31/2018 Cancellation Buildout Deadlines 1st 12/14/1999 2nd 12/14/2004 Notification Dates 1st 04/26/1999 2nd 04/01/1999 FRN 0003291192 Type Limited Liability Company Licensee NEW CINGULAR WIRELESS PCS, LLC P:(855)699-7073 208 S Akard St., RM 1015 F:(214)746-6410 Dallas, TX 75202 E:FCCMW©att.com ATTN Cecil 3 Mathew Contact AT&T MOBILITY LLC P:(855)699-7073 Cecil 3 Mathew F:(214)746-6410 208 S Akard St., RM 1015 E:FCCMW©att.com Dallas, TX 75202 ATTN FCC Group Radio Service Type Mobile Regulatory Status Common Carrier Interconnected Yes https://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSearch/license.jsp?IicKey=2325824&printable 1/2 7/1/2020 ULS License-PCS Broadband License-WPSL626-NEW CINGULAR WIRELESS PCS, LLC Alien Ownership The Applicant answered "No" to each of the Alien Ownership questions. Basic Qualifications The Applicant answered "No" to each of the Basic Qualification questions. Tribal Land Bidding Credits This license did not have tribal land bidding credits. Race Ethnicity Gender https://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSearch/license.jsp?IicKey=2325824&printable 2/2 Public Service Commission NATE'OF K Department of Audrey Zibelman STATE OF iir OPPORTUNITY. Public Service Patricia L. Acampora Gregg C. Sayre Diane X. Burman ❑❑❑IIII III❑d'❑ Kimberly A. Harriman ❑❑❑s❑ ❑11111 ___ r _ _ ____T - Kathleen H. 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Saratoga, NY Several attempts were made to identify and evaluate opportunities to co-locate the facility on other existing towers.The area surrounding the proposed new pole location was reviewed several times for an existing structure within the ROW. Any request for new pole placement is made as a last resort. Unfortunately, all of the surrounding poles within the target area for this location are excluded for use by National Grid. The sites reviewed and the reason for their exclusion can be found below. Existing Pole Exclusion List NOTE: National Grid will not allow us to use junction poles, poles with major electrical equipment (transformers, switches, solar, capacitors, etc.), or poles with primary/secondary power risers. The below locations were reviewed and could not be used for the reasons stated below. 1. Existing Pole Location -43.073362, -73.694997—Junction pole, risers, private property 2. Existing Pole Location 43.073934, -73.695279—Private Property 3. Existing Pole Location 43.074814, -73.695399—junction pole 4. Existing Pole Location 43.075267, -73.695600—transformer 5. Existing Pole Location 43.074772, -73.695614—private/junction pole 6. Existing Pole Location 43.075775, -73.695866—Secondary power riser 7. Existing Pole Location 43.076231, -73.696213—There is an electrical box at the bottom of the pole which is a NG pole exclusion. In addition,the pole is outside of the public ROW. 1. Existing Pole Location -43.073362, -73.694997—Junction pole, risers, private property Junction Pole w Riser fes„ . , • lia,rni...-aia,.....wiLat 0,1"7„:„, 1 L -._. - — --- 2. Existing Pole Location 43.073934, -73.695279— Private Property -- . v . ( 0 t t 1.1 d` yam, d000 3 w pole 8 074- 14, -73.695399-junction 4-• Pole Location Pole Po Junction Existing junc 3. •,... *- - I lit ,s. i;-•"1 4*I4-' - - ii .* ' 1 -' ''''''"1:L.:7'177:::' : - .„, tiolti , 7 ,,;,,-,:„ ,,, .,,,, , ,,,4,i,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.a ,,,,,,,,v,c; trqi,' • m r e or ns•f 0-transformer 0 ,..•:•,,,,'•Existing""'""-,,•„!- - - 1--.40`,$)ti -„,4 7,2• 695_ -5_ -'-. 43.01 Location , Pole Transformer L41,,v, Po Tr- n 4. „-,..': '4' ,2,.° * ;.,.:1"i‘" . "'',•-••'' " I"" ' 1,,,-..`ot "".• il ,... 1 : 1, 1 .4 iii . , ..,, „„,,,,,,,,,Itimii!"1,4:,, , w - ' wo, - ' 5. Existing Pole Location 43.074772, -73.695614—private/junction pole 1111 Private property/Junction Pole 0/1 4 C. 14* %tpr 4 '�a?: o '' " tai u,r tea" �,. '� m�,'�# �",}y ,i,z=„'a.r'.x,,,,,,,..,. ..,aro ,.. . .. 6. Existing Pole Location 43.075775, -73.695866—Secondary power riser 4* .. ° . : ” Secondary Power Riser s•. y lit ter. � • t ,. - 7. Existing Pole Location 43.076231, -73.696213—There is an electrical box at the bottom of the pole which is a NG pole exclusion. In addition,the pole is outside of the public ROW. fr TTT as •.. ems.. _ • *.J C" y{..Aly..4 4- • Equipment on pole,pole.expiusion "Pole also appears,oUtside,of ROW. -