Minor facilities as defined in Section 14.44.020 of this chapter may be installed, erected, maintained and/or operated in any commercial or industrial zoning district where such antennas are permitted under this title, upon the issuance of a minor conditional use permit, so long as all the following conditions are met:
A. The minor antenna use involved is accessory to the primary use of the property which is not a telecommunications facility.
B. The combined effective radiated power radiated by all the antenna present on the parcel is less than one thousand five hundred watts.
C. The combined NIER levels produced by all the antennas present on the parcel do not exceed the NIER standard established in Section 14.44.290 of this chapter.
D. The antenna is not situated between the primary building on the parcel and any public or private street adjoining the parcel, so as to create a negative visual impact.
E. The antenna is located outside all yard and street setbacks specified in the zoning district in which the antenna is to be located and no closer than twenty feet to any property line.
F. None of the guy wires employed are anchored within the area in front of the primary structure on the parcel.
G. No portion of the antenna array extends beyond the property lines or into the area in front of the primary building on the parcel, so as to create a negative visual impact.
H. At least ten feet of horizontal clearance exists between the antenna and any power lines, unless more clearance is required to meet CPUC standards.
I. All towers, masts and booms are made of a noncombustible material and all hardware such as brackets, turnbuckles, clips, and similar type equipment subject to rust or corrosion has been protected either by galvanizing or sheradizing after forming.
J. The materials employed are not unnecessarily bright, shiny or reflective and are of a color and type that blends with the surroundings to the greatest extent possible.
K. The installation is in compliance with the manufacturer’s structural specifications and the requirements of the Uniform Building Code including Section 507. Exceptions Table SD, Table 23-24 and Section 3602, as applicable.
L. The height of the facility shall include the height of any structure upon which it is placed, unless otherwise defined within this chapter.
M. No more than two satellite dishes are allowed on the parcel, one of which may be over three feet in diameter, but no larger than eight feet in diameter, with adequate screening, at the discretion of the planning director.
O. Any ground mounted satellite dish with a diameter greater than four feet that is situated less than five times its actual diameter from adjoining property lines has screening treatments located along the antenna’s non-reception window axes and low-level landscape treatments along its reception window axes.
P. Any roof mounted panel antenna with a face area greater than three and one-half square feet shall be located so as to be effectively unnoticeable.
Q. Sufficient anti-climbing measures have been incorporated into the facility, as needed, to reduce potential for trespass and injury.
R. The facility is located more than seventy-five feet from any residential dwelling unit, unless recognized as an exempt facility as set forth in Section 14.44.020(S)(1).
S. No trees larger than twenty inches in diameter measured at four and one-half feet high on the tree would have to be removed.
T. Any new building(s), structure(s), control panel(s), etc. shall be effectively screened from view from off-site.
U. The site has an average cross slope of ten percent or less.
V. All utility lines to the facility from public or private streets shall be underground.
W. If located within a recognized historic district, or on a structure recognized as a historic landmark, that adequate screening has been provided.
X. The general criteria set forth in this chapter are met. (Ord. 2029 NCS (part), 1996.)