Frontier Communications NW Proposes Registering With FCC An Existing Tower Structure Near Snohomish July 31, 2016
Electrical power transmission towers in foothills of the Cascade Mountains on the road to Stevens Pass. Sky Valley Chronicle photo. CLICK TO ENLARGE
(SNOHOMISH, WA.) -- Frontier Communications Northwest Inc. is proposing to "register" an existing, self-supporting tower structure with the FCC.
The tower is 50 feet in height (above ground level) and located 1.5 miles SE of Skykomish at Maloney Ridge Lookout. The company says lighting is not required for this structure.
The FCC’s Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) program requires owners of antenna structures to register with the FCC "any antenna structure that requires notice of proposed construction to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)."