— Members of the Thiensville Village Board decided Tuesday to
discuss the details of a proposed contract for a cell phone
tower in closed session.
Development, which is handling location services for the Verizon
tower, submitted a lease agreement to the village. It was
reviewed by Robert Feind Jr., who does contract work as the
village’s attorney, who raised a variety of discussion points in
a two-page letter submitted June 30.
letter addresses the amount of rent the village will receive,
additional equipment that can be placed on the tower, renewal
terms and other topics.
was discussed briefly Monday before Trustee Elmer Prenzlow
suggested it might be more appropriately discussed in closed
session; other trustees agreed.
105-foot-tall cell tower will be located on village-owned land
between the sewer lift station on North Main Street and the
power lines just to the west. The site now houses the village’s
tornado siren, which will be relocated from its current
60-foot-tall tower. That tower will be taken down.