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PART TWO A Project, Start to Finish
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The historic battle of the cellular base station.
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Stage: Analysis This case study is: Overcoming a challenge Initial situation A growing cellular company had received the license for frequency allocation to serve a rural area including a town famous for being near a US Civil War battle eld that was also a county seat. Customers wanted service, and the project manager discussed options with local landowners and proposed an option based on leasing property from one landowner. Prior to the meeting, everyone seemed satis ed. In preparing the deal, the land acquisition company (representing the cellular provider) negotiated with more than one landowner. They took the best o er and arranged an option to buy a tower location 500 feet outside the town area. The cellular company proposed a 250-foot self-supporting tower. The high tower was needed because the site was just below a ridge. The rst 150 feet of tower reached the level of the ridge, and the top 100 feet gave enough clearance to serve the town. County public hearings had only a normal amount of opposition. There was no unusual political noise, and no historical issues were raised. No view shed issue (degradation of view, especially relevant for historical areas) was raised. As a result the vendor received the county permit for construction. Problem A lawsuit was led in the county seat challenging the permit. The cellular company and the project manager were taken completely by surprise. The people who led the lawsuit had not spoken up or raised any issues at the hearing. The suit was led in the name of the owner of an adjacent piece of land. His complaint was about reduction in property value, but property value was not really the issue. He wanted the tower on his property; he was challenging the permit because he did not get the deal. The issues set forth in the lawsuit were reduction of property values and view shed. The lawsuit claimed that the board had erred in consideration of the facts. Several politically connected parties became involved in the negotiations that followed. Three were generally supportive of the cellular provider s e orts: The landowner who would sell the land according to the original plan, the county supervisor, and the Appalachian Trail Council, which saw value in cell phone coverage for hiker safety.
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CHAPTER 6 Analysis
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Table 6-4 The historic battle of the cellular base station (Continued).
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Other key parties who became involved were the US Parks Department, which, at the time, had oversight of Civil War battle elds, and an individual who lived nearby and was connected to a Congressional oversight agency, who opposed the original plan. Action or method used The project manager decided to take action. Rather than wait for the resolution of the lawsuit, he decided to build public support, and also to actively seek alternative locations for placing the base station and cellular tower. He arranged and held a number of public and private meetings. The public meetings were held at a motel owned by the man who had led the lawsuit, and the cellular company paid for its use. This choice made it clear that the cellular provider did not want a ght, and that they wanted everyone to bene t. The private meetings included dozens of hours of conversations with interested parties, including the mayor of the town, who was concerned about issues of historical preservation. The legal con ict went back and forth between the courts and the planning board for two months before the permit was reissued. Parties opposed to the cellular site plan moved the battle from the courts to the media, going for press and television coverage and publicity in trade magazines and regional newspapers. The cellular provider began discussions with the National Park Service, but this was before the US president wrote a letter asking the Park Service to support deployment of cellular towers. Working with the Park Service, the cellular provider proposed a 120-foot agpole at the park with an antenna hidden inside. After six weeks the Park Service backed out of the plan, but no reason was given. The friend of the plainti who had links with the Congressional oversight committee became more polarized. He saw no acceptable solution and wanted to stop deployment of the cellular service completely. The project manager continued conversations with local politicians, including the mayor, and got the mayor to support the cellular provider. Other parties all wanted a good solution. Some of them helped placate more contentious people. Private meetings were generally between the cellular provider and one to three other parties, in order to support e ective brainstorming. The cellular company found and proposed a third location in an adjacent township on top of a ridge that overlooked the entire town. The ridge was itself considered a historic location in the Civil War, but no shots had been red there, even though it changed hands several times. There were already two or three water tanks located at the top of the ridge, and the town had already installed a microwave dish below the treeline to provide local access to cable television.
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