About the Project

In an ongoing effort to provide quality wireless service, AT&T and T-Mobile have identified your community as one that will benefit from continued and improved network coverage.  Both AT&T and T-Mobile had telecommunication equipment existing on a county Water Tank on Butterfly Lane.  That long-standing Water Tank is being replaced and will thus be taken down.  The new Water Tank will not permit telecommunication equipment on it.  In order for AT&T and T-Mobile to maintain and expand their current coverage the city has requested Milestone Towers to erect a new monopole to accommodate all wireless carriers, including reinstalling the existing AT&T and T-Mobile equipment that has been providing service to the area for years.   

Thus, Milestone Towers is proposing a wireless telecommunications facility near the new Butterfly Lane Water Tank, addressed 6129 Butterfly Lane, Frederick, MD 21703.

The proposal is for a 165-foot monopole and will include ground equipment required to operate the facility. 

The ground equipment will be located at the base of the structure in a secure fenced area. AT&T and T-Mobile will be the first wireless carriers to relocate on the proposed tower.

Update #1: Upcoming Event:

Online Town Hall/Community Meeting: On Monday, August 2nd @ 6:30 pm we will hold an online Town Hall/Community Meeting webinar consisting of a short presentation followed by a question and answer time. Registration is required and can be completed on the Town Hall page.  

Update #2: Please click here to view the online Town Hall held Monday, August 2nd. 

Update #3: The Conditional Use Permit (ZBA21-892CU) will go before the Zoning Board of Appeals on August 24th @ 7:00 pm.

Update #4: The Conditional Use Permit (ZBA21-892CU) was approved by the Zoning Board of Appeals on August 24th. 

 

Our Process

1. Due Diligence 

Survey, FAA, FCC, NEPA, Phase 1, Geotechnical Analysis.

2. Land Use

Conditional Use Permit Application, Community Meeting, Staff Review, Zoning Board of Appeals.

3. Permitting

Conduct Bid Walk With Contractors, Submit Site Plan and Building Permit Applications

4. Construction 

Tower construction = 4-6 weeks  | Carrier construction = 4-6 weeks on average

On-site supervision by Construction Manager 

 

5. Site Maintenance

Four visits per year for site maintenance | Remove trash, debris, check signage. 

Annual RF testing | 2-4 visits per year for carrier modifications. 

About Us

With over 20 years experience, Milestone Towers is the leading developer of wireless infrastructure and cell towers in partnership with school, government and utility landowners.