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Holland board to hold special meeting Thursday on wireless tower and rezoning

The Brillion News

HOLLANDTOWN - The Holland Town Board of Brown County will hold a special meeting and two public hearings on Thursday, October 22, at 6 p.m. at the Hollandtown Fire Station.

It is scheduled to begin with a public hearing to take comments on the petition of Robert Stebane to rezone parcel HL-228, located at 1039 Holland Road, from exclusive agricultural use to ag residential use.

That parcel is east of Hollandtown, where Holland Road makes a 90-degree turn from east-west to north-south.

Following that public hearing, the town board will enter regular session and act to approve or disapprove the petition for rezoning.

The hearing is scheduled for 15 minutes, opening at 6 p.m. and ending at 6:15 p.m.

At 6:15 p.m., the board will take comments from the public on the request of Bug Tussel Wireless to erect a wireless communications tower at the property of Triple-J Wing and Clay and Woodfire Lodge, parcel HL-682, 2687 Man-Cal Road. That 39-acre parcel is west of Oakwood Road.

That property is across the road from the Manitowoc County Town of Maple Grove.

The erection of the tower requires a conditional use permit.

After the hearing to receive comments from the public, the town board is expected to act on Bug Tussel's request for the necessary conditional use permit.

In an earlier presentation to the Morrison Town Board, Bug Tussel's Steve Schneider said the tower at Woodfire is planned as one in a "ring" of interconnected towers designed to bring improved wireless internet service to southern Brown County, northeastern Calumet County and western Manitowoc County.


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