Menifee city council reviews AT&T cell tower request in Wheatfield Park

Although the public hearing was closed, the Menifee City Council was hesitant at its Nov. 6 meeting to make a decision to approve or deny a proposed AT&T 70-foot high, $1 million cell tower in Wheatfield Park.Seeking more information about where the tower might be located other than the popular city park at 30627 Menifee Road, council members Lisa Sobeck and Matthew Liesemeyer said they could not make a decision on whether to uphold the city planning commission’s recommendation to deny the conditional use permit or overrule and approve the project that evening.AT&T made the request to build the tower in the park that is managed by Valley-Wide Recreation and Park District, saying it would fill a large gap in the mobile phone coverage for the city and the Mt. San Jacinto Co
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