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County approves zoning change for tower

(KNZA)--The Doniphan County Commission has approved a zoning change to allow for the construction of a communications tower on property in the city of White Cloud.

Following a hearing Monday drawing no public comment, the Commission approved the zoning change for property located 410 Q Street owned by Ron and Gary Edie.

County Zoning Administrator Julie Meng and Project Manager Jack Sheidt, with Network Real Estate, LLC, were present.

Scheidt said the 300 foot self-supporting communications tower would be used by AT&T cellular phone customers, along with law enforcement and emergency responders through the First Net Program

The Doniphan County Planning Commission recommended approval of the change in zoning from A-1 Agriculture to A-1 Agriculture with conditional use.       


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