Menifee City Council reluctantly approves the 70-foot AT&T cell tower proposed in Wheatfield Park

After months of deliberation and a lawsuit now filed by AT&T, the Menifee City Council reluctantly gave the go ahead for the telecommunications company to build their proposed 70-foot high cell tower in Valley-Wide’s Wheatfield Park during the Wednesday, Aug. 5, regular city council meeting. The cell tower that will be housed in a 70-high clock tower in the middle of the park located in the city at 30627 Menifee Road is owned and operated by the Valley-Wide Recreation and Park District. Though owned by the recreation district, any permanent structure on the property needs to be approved by the city and follow its city building and safety codes. The cell tower, which was carefully designed to fit in with the architecture and follow city codes, initially received the OK from the cit
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