King County OKs cell tower near Endeavour Elementary School

October 30, 2012

By Staff

Construction can start on a 150-tell cell tower near Endeavour Elementary School, after King County planners determined the project can proceed.

T-Mobile proposed constructing a tower for antennae and other equipment, plus a shelter at the base. The structure is designed for other telecommunications companies to add equipment in the future, too.

The county Department of Permitting and Environmental Review required T-Mobile to provide sufficient backup power for equipment on the tower, and to paint equipment on the tower the same color as the pole.

The telecommunications giant applied last year to construct a cell tower at 26325 S.E. 39th St., about a mile northeast of the Klahanie Center shopping complex and less than a half-mile from the elementary school.

The county conducted environmental and permit reviews, and approved the project Oct. 1.

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