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12-11-2018 CC Rpt 25Date: 12-11-18 Item No.: 25 216/296 PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA STAFF REPORT Meeting Date: December 4, 2018 Public Hearing:˛ Discussion Item:q Consent Item:q November 27, 2018 Agenda Item No.: 7d TO: CHAIRMAN AND PLANNING COMMISSIONERS FROM: JOANN LOMBARDO, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR SUBJECT: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 17CUP16 – VERIZON WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY AT PEYTON DRIVE AND BAYBERRY DRIVE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The applicant, Md7, LLC (on behalf of Verizon), requests approval of Conditional Use Permit 17CUP16 to allow the development of a wireless communications facility within public right-of-way at the southwest corner of Peyton Drive and Bayberry Drive. The proposed wireless communications facility would be installed on a new streetlight that would replace an existing streetlight standard within the public right-of-way on Peyton Drive. The applicant is also requesting approval of a height adjustment to allow the overall height of the new streetlight and wireless communications facility to be 27 feet 5 inches above grade level. RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends that the Planning Commission: a) Conduct a public hearing and take public testimony on the project; and, b) Adopt a Resolution entitled: A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA APPROVING CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 17CUP16 FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A VERIZON WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY ON A REPLACEMENT STREETLIGHT IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY ON PEYTON DRIVE SOUTH OF BAYBERRY DRIVE AND DETERMINING THAT THE PROJECT IS EXEMPT FROM REVIEW UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT. PROJECT CASE NO.: Conditional Use Permit 17CUP16 APPLICANT: Md7, LLC OWNER: City of Chino Hills 217/296 Meeting Date: December 4, 2018 Page: 2 SUBJECT: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 17CUP16 – VERIZON WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY AT PEYTON DRIVE AND BAYBERRY DRIVE LOCATION: Public right-of-way on the western side of Peyton Drive and approximately 40 feet south of the centerline of Bayberry Drive. The public right-of-way is not issued an Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN); however, the APN for the adjacent property is 1030-271-35. SITE DESCRIPTION Project Area:45 sq. ft. (approx.)Terrain:Flat Existing Land Use:Parkway Overlay District:None General Plan:Public right-of-way Sewer Service:City of Chino Hills Zoning:Public right-of-way Water Service:City of Chino Hills Location Land Use General Plan Designation Zoning Site Parkway Public right-of-way Public right-of-way North Single-family residences Low Density Residential Low Density Residential (R-S) South Single-family residences Low Density Residential Low Density Residential (R-S) East Single-family residences Low Density Residential Low Density Residential (R-S) West Bayberry Drive Public right-of-way Public right-of-way BACKGROUND In 2016, the Chino Hills City Council adopted Ordinance No. 302, amending Chapter 16.44 Wireless Communications Facilities in its entirety. The City initiated this overhaul of the wireless provisions to address potential conflicts with evolving federal and state regulations, which have limited local agencies’ regulatory authority and processing of applications for the development of wireless communications facilities. Ordinance No. 302 established more streamlined review procedures for wireless applications and updated the City’s development standards and design guidelines for wireless facilities. In 2018, the City completed the purchase of streetlight facilities in the public right-of-way from Southern California Edison. The purchase was effected to facilitate reduced costs to the City for the operation and maintenance of the streetlights. With the completion of this purchase, the City has assumed responsibility for the management, maintenance, and operation of streetlight facilities in the public right-of-way. The subject application proposes to install a new wireless communications facility within the public right-of-way on a new streetlight standard that will replace an existing City- owned facility. As the facility will be utility mounted on a replacement streetlight, the facility is classified as a minor facility. While the proposed minor facility is located in the public right-of-way, it is surrounded by residentially zoned properties; a minor facility within a residential zone is subject to the review and approval of a Conditional Use Permit. 218/296 Meeting Date: December 4, 2018 Page: 3 SUBJECT: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 17CUP16 – VERIZON WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY AT PEYTON DRIVE AND BAYBERRY DRIVE VICINITY MAP PROJECT PROPOSAL Md7, LLC requests approval of Conditional Use Permit 17CUP16 to allow the development of a wireless communications facility within public right-of-way on the western side of Peyton Drive and approximately 40 feet south of the centerline of Bayberry Drive. The proposed wireless communications facility would be installed on a new streetlight facility that would replace an existing streetlight standard within the public right-of-way on Peyton Drive. The streetlight facility consists of a rectangular base, which houses the wireless communications equipment, a cylindrical pole extending vertically from the base, a cylindrical antenna mounted to the top of the pole, and an arm supporting the light fixture. To reduce the visual impact of the facility, the wireless communications equipment will be enclosed within a cabinet that forms the base of the streetlight; this design provides a more streamlined and less visually obtrusive appearance as compared to attaching the equipment to the exterior of the pole or installing an additional standalone cabinet in the parkway. The applicant is also requesting approval of a height adjustment to allow the overall height of the new streetlight and wireless communications facility to be 27 feet 5 inches above grade level, which exceeds the 25-foot maximum height for facilities located within 200 feet of a residential property line. Project Site 219/296 Meeting Date: December 4, 2018 Page: 4 SUBJECT: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 17CUP16 – VERIZON WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY AT PEYTON DRIVE AND BAYBERRY DRIVE GENERAL PLAN AND ZONING CONSISTENCY The project site is located within the public right-of-way and surrounded by properties with a General Plan Land Use Map designation of Low Density Residential and zoning designations of Low Density Residential (R-S). Pursuant to Chapter 16.44 Wireless Communication Facilities, a wireless communications facility is conditionally permitted within a residential zoning district. As discussed above and in the subsequent sections of this report, the proposed project conforms to the development standards and guidelines of the Development Code, a tool used to implement the General Plan. By collocating the proposed facility with an existing streetlight and designing the facility to minimize its potential visual impact, the project is consistent with General Plan Policy LU-2.3, which directs the City to ensure public land uses and utilities blend with surrounding development. Therefore, the proposed project is consistent with the General Plan and zoning designations of the property. PROJECT ANALYSIS Building Setbacks As the project is located within the public right-of-way, there are no applicable minimum setback requirements. Project Height Section 16.44.070(E) of the Development Code restricts the height of a minor facility located within 200 feet of a residential property line to 25 feet, unless the Planning Commission grants a height adjustment based on the following findings: a. The Planning Commission has reviewed alternative options provided by the applicant and staff, including but not limited to additional and/or different locations and designs, and has determined that the application as approved with the additional height has a lesser impact on the aesthetics and welfare of the surrounding community as compared to other alternatives; b. Based on the evidence presented, the additional height above the maximum is reasonably necessary for collocation of Wireless Communication Facilities or for the efficient operation of the proposed facility; and c. The additional height above the maximum is required to ensure compliance with federal or state law. The proposed facility reaches a total overall height of 27 feet 5 inches, which exceeds the 25-foot maximum height specified in the aforementioned section. As such, the applicant is requesting that the Planning Commission grant a height adjustment to allow the proposed facility to exceed the maximum permissible height by 2 feet 5 inches. Based upon the following findings, staff recommends that the Planning Commission grant the requested height adjustment. 220/296 Meeting Date: December 4, 2018 Page: 5 SUBJECT: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 17CUP16 – VERIZON WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY AT PEYTON DRIVE AND BAYBERRY DRIVE a. The topography and signal coverage needs necessitating the installation of the proposed facility significantly limit the opportunities for alternative locations. Additionally, the project site is surrounding by residential properties, which further limits opportunities for collocations. The applicant identified two alternative options for the proposed facility (Exhibit “F”). The first alternative evaluated is a wooden utility pole located on the south side of Bayberry Drive. In this alternative, the antenna would be mounted to the existing wooden utility pole and the associated equipment would either be similarly attached to the pole or located in a separate standalone cabinet. The location of this site, approximately 200 feet west of Peyton Drive, and the hillside directly to the north of the site would reduce the facility’s potential coverage area, possibly necessitating an additional facility to provide the desired coverage. The utility pole is located within the right-of-way and surrounded by residential properties; thus, the first alternative would have similar or increased visual impacts to the proposed project, but would provide less signal coverage. The second alternative is also a wooden utility pole located on the western side of Peyton Drive approximately 330 feet north of Bayberry Drive. Terrain and the location of this alternative also inhibit the signal propagation from this alternative. Additionally, the location and height of the pole would result in the antenna being mounted at a height that would be in the line of sight of the homes on the hillside to the west of the site. As in the case of the first alternative, this option would present similar or increased visual impacts to the proposed project, but would not be as effective in addressing the coverage gap. Compared with these alternatives, the proposed project would cause a reduced visual impact relative to the potential alternative sites, while providing improved signal coverage. b. As the proposed facility involves the replacement of an existing streetlight, the City’s Engineering Department has required that the project maintain the height of the existing light fixture at approximately 26 feet above the adjacent grade to avoid a reduction in the effective illumination provided by the streetlight. The antenna, which must be mounted to the top of the pole, cannot structurally support the light fixture luminaire arm; thus, the luminaire arm must be mounted below the antenna. Reducing the height of the antenna to comply with the 25-foot maximum height would cause the luminaire arm to extend up directly in front of the entire length of the antenna, which would cause signal obstruction and limit the effectiveness of the proposed facility. Therefore, the additional height is necessary for the collocation of the facility with an existing streetlight and for the efficient operation of the proposed facility. c. Section 7901 of the California Public Utility Code requires the City to accommodate small cell wireless communications facilities within the public right-of-way. The Development Code’s standards and design guidelines for wireless communications facilities encourages the collocation of such facilities with existing utilities. Thus, the height adjustment is necessary to comply with the state’s regulation requiring that small wireless communications facilities be accommodated in the public right-of-way, while providing the least visually 221/296 Meeting Date: December 4, 2018 Page: 6 SUBJECT: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 17CUP16 – VERIZON WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY AT PEYTON DRIVE AND BAYBERRY DRIVE obtrusive design feasible in conformance with the City’s wireless regulations. Further, federal law precludes cities from "effectively prohibiting" wireless service. The applicant has provided signal propagation maps demonstrating that there is a significant area of poor signal strength in the vicinity of the proposed facility. Given the topographical constraints and surrounding residential development, staff and the applicant have been unable to identify a less intrusive location or design than the proposed collocation with an existing streetlight. Thus, since there is no better way to address this “gap” in coverage, federal law requires this height adjustment. Access, Parking and Loading, Circulation The proposed wireless facility will be an unmanned wireless facility and Verizon will remotely monitor all equipment; maintenance required for these facilities is generally minimal. All regular inspections and maintenance and non-emergency repairs shall occur monthly between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, and between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday (Condition of Approval No. 19). Screening and Site Selection The proposed project conforms to the Development Code’s guidelines for the screening and site selection of wireless communications facilities. By collocating the proposed facility with an existing streetlight, the facility is designed to blend with the surrounding environment. The height and location of the proposed facility and replacement streetlight will be generally consistent with the existing streetlight. The equipment associated with the facility will be enclosed with a cabinet that forms the base of the replacement streetlight. The antenna features a reduced diameter, which is intended to appear more consistent with the diameter of the streetlight standard. The exterior of the facility and replacement streetlight will be treated to match the existing streetlight standards in color and appearance as closely as feasible (Condition of Approval No. 12). ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION The proposed project is categorically exempt from the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Sections 15301 (existing facilities), 15302 (replacement or reconstruction), 15303 (new construction or conversion of small structures) of the CEQA Guidelines. The proposed project consists of the installation of a new wireless communications facility collocated with the replacement of an existing streetlight facility within a developed parkway in the public right-of-way. The height, location, and area of the proposed project are generally consistent with the existing streetlight facility. The project does not have the potential to cause a significant environmental impact. Therefore, the proposed project is categorically exempt from CEQA. PUBLIC COMMENTS Subsequent to the submittal of the application for this project, a courtesy notice was mailed to property owners within a 500-foot radius of the project site. Staff received one response to this courtesy notice, which expressed general opposition to the proposed installation of a new wireless communication facility at this location. 222/296 Meeting Date: December 4, 2018 Page: 7 SUBJECT: CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 17CUP16 – VERIZON WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY AT PEYTON DRIVE AND BAYBERRY DRIVE Notice of the public hearing regarding this project was mailed to property owners within a 500-foot radius of the project site on November 21, 2018. Additionally, notice of the public hearing was published in the Chino Hills Champion on November 24, 2018. As of the preparation of this report, staff has not received any comments. Respectfully submitted,Recommended by: ______________________________________________________ Joann Lombardo Ryan Gackstetter Community Development Director Senior Planner Attachments: ß Resolution ß Exhibit “A” – Conditions of Approval ß Exhibit “B” – Project Plans ß Exhibit “C” – Project Renderings ß Exhibit “D” – Signal Propagation Maps ß Exhibit “E” – Radio Frequency – Electromagnetic Energy Jurisdictional Report ß Exhibit “F” – Project Alternatives Exhibit ß Affidavit of Mailing 223/296 1 OF 9 RESOLUTION NO. PC 2018 – __ A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA APPROVING CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 17CUP16 FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A VERIZON WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY ON A REPLACEMENT STREETLIGHT IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT -OF-WAY ON PEYTON DRIVE SOUTH OF BAYBERRY DRIVE AND DETERMINING THAT THE PROJECT IS EXEMPT FROM REVIEW UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. The Planning Commission does hereby make the following findings of fact: A The applicant, Md7, LLC (on behalf of Verizon), requests approval of Conditional Use Permit 17CUP16 to allow the development of a wireless communications facility within public right-of-way at the southwest corner of Peyton Drive and Bayberry Drive. B.The project site is located within the public right-of-way on the western side of Peyton Drive and approximately 40 feet south of the centerline of Bayberry Drive. The public right-of-way is not issued an Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN); however, the APN for the adjacent property is 1030 -271- 35. C.The proposed project is categorically exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (Public Resources Code §§ 21000, et seq., “CEQA”) pursuant to Sections 15301 (existing facilities), 15302 (replacement or reconstruction), 15303 (new construction or conversion of small structures)of the CEQA Guidelines (14 California Code of Regulations §§ 15000, et seq.). The proposed project consists of the installation of a new wireless communications facility collocated with the replacement of an existing streetlight facility within a developed parkway in the public right-of- way. The height, location, and area of the proposed project are generally consistent with the existing streetlight facility. The project does not have the potential to cause a significant environmental impact. Therefore, the proposed project is categorically exempt from CEQA . D.Notice of the public hearing regarding this project were mailed to property owners within a 500-foot radius of the project site on November 21, 2018. The description of the proposal and the hearing date were published in the Chino Hills Champion on November 24, 2018. 224/296 2 OF 9 E. The Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills held a duly noticed public hearing on December 4, 2018, to review and consider the staff report prepared for the project, receive public testimony, and review all correspondence received on the project. SECTION 2. Based upon oral and written testimony and other evidence received at the public hearing held for the project, and upon studies and investigations made by the Planning Commission and on its behalf, the Planning Commission does hereby make the following findings on Conditional Use Permit 17CUP16 pursuant to Section 16.68.050 of the Development Code, as follows: A. FINDING: That the proposed conditional use is consistent with the General Plan. FACT: The project site is located within the public right-of-way and surrounded by properties with a General Plan Land Use Map designation of Low Density Residential and zoning designations of Low Density Residential (R-S). Pursuant to Chapter 16.44 Wireless Communication Facilities, a wireless communications facility is conditionally permitted within a residential zoning district. As discussed above and in the subsequent sections of this report, the proposed project conforms to the development standards and guidelines of the Development Code, a tool used to implement the General Plan. By collocating the proposed facility with an existing streetlight and designing the facility to minimize its potential visual impact, the project is consistent with General Plan Policy LU-2.3, which directs the City to ensure public land uses and utilities blend with surrounding development. Therefore, the proposed project is consistent with the General Plan and zoning designations of the property.. B. FINDING: That the nature, condition, and development of adjacent uses, buildings, and structures have been considered, and that the proposed use will not adversely affect or be materially detrimental to these adjacent uses, buildings or structures. FACT: The nature, condition, and development of adjacent uses, buildings and structures have been considered and the proposed wireless communications facility use will not adversely affect or be materially detrimental to these adjacent uses, buildings or structures. The proposed facility has been designed to blend with the surrounding environment and minimize potential visual impacts. The facility will not emit noise, vibration, light or glare, odors, or cause other conditions that could negatively impact surrounding uses or properties. 225/296 3 OF 9 Further, the project is conditioned as reference herein, to ensure that the project does not negatively impact adjoining land uses. C. FINDING: That the site for the proposed conditional use is of adequate size and shape to accommodate the use and buildings proposed. FACT: The proposed facility will be located entirely within the parkway in the public right-of-way on Peyton Drive south of Bayberry Drive. The proposed facility will not obstruct the sidewalk or roadway. Therefore, the project site is of adequate size and shape to accommodate the proposed facility. D. FINDING: That the proposed conditional use complies with all applicable development standards and the requirements of the zoning district. FACT: As further discussed in Sections 3 and 4 of this resolution, the proposed facility complies with the maximum permissible height (with the granting of a height adjustment) and the screening and site selection guidelines. Thus, the proposed conditional use complies with all applicable development standards and requirements. E. FINDING: That the proposed use observes the spirit and intent of the Development Code. FACT: With approval of Conditional Use Permit 17CUP16, the proposed use is consistent with the requirements of the Chapter 16.44 Wireless Communications Facilities, which allows a minor (wireless communications) facility within a residential zoning district subject to the approval of a conditional use permit. Additionally, the Conditions of Approval, as referenced herein, are imposed on the project to ensure that the spirit and intent of the Development Code is observed. SECTION 3. Based upon oral and written testimony and other evidence received at the public hearing held for the project, and upon studies and investigations made by the Planning Commission and on its behalf, the Planning Commission does hereby make the following findings pursuant to Sections 16.44.050(I) of the Development Code, as follows: A. FINDING: The proposed facility meets all applicable standards and requirements set forth in this . 226/296 4 OF 9 FACT: The project site is located within the public right-of-way and surrounded by properties with a General Plan Land Use Map designation of Low Density Residential and zoning designations of Low Density Residential (R-S). Pursuant to Chapter 16.44 Wireless Communication Facilities, a wireless communications facility is conditionally permitted within a residential zoning district. As discussed above and in the subsequent sections of this report, the proposed project conforms to the development standards and guidelines of the Development Code, a tool used to implement the General Plan. By collocating the proposed facility with an existing streetlight and designing the facility to minimize its potential visual impact, the project is consistent with General Plan Policy LU-2.3, which directs the City to ensure public land uses and utilities blend with surrounding development. Therefore, the proposed project is consistent with the General Plan and zoning designations of the property.. B. FINDING: The proposed facility has been designed to minimize its visual and environmental impacts, including the utilization o f stealth technology, when applicable . FACT: The proposed project has been designed to minimize its visual and environmental impact. By collocating the proposed facility with an existing streetlight, the facility is designed to blend with the surrounding environment. The height and location of the proposed facility and replacement streetlight will be generally consistent with the existing streetlight. The equipment associated with the facility will be enclosed with a cabinet that forms the base of the replacement streetlight. The antenna features a reduced diameter, which is intended to appear more consistent with the diameter of the streetlight standard. The exterior of the facility and replacement streetlight will be treated to match the existing streetlight standards in color and appearance as closely as feasible. C. FINDING: The proposed site has the appropriate zoning, dimensions, slope, design, and configuration for the development of a facility. FACT: The proposed facility will be located entirely within the parkway in the public right-of-way on Peyton Drive south of Bayberry Drive. The proposed facility will not obstruct the sidewalk or roadway. Therefore, the site can reasonably accommodate the proposed facility. 227/296 5 OF 9 D. FINDING: That the proposed conditional use complies with all applicable development standards and the requirements of the zoning district. FACT: The proposed facility complies with the maximum permissible height (with the granting of a height adjustment as further discussed in Section 4 of this resolution) and the screening and site selection guidelines. Thus, the proposed conditional use complies with all applicable development standards and requirements. E. FINDING: Based on information submitted, the proposed facility is in compliance with all FCC and California Public Utilities Commission (PUC) requirements. FACT: The applicant has submitted a Radio Frequency – Electromagnetic Energy Jurisdictional Report, which evaluated the project design and found that the project would operate in conformance with FCC regulations. Further, the project is conditioned to operate in compliance with all applicable FCC and PUC requirements. F. FINDING: The applicant has demonstrated and confirmed that the facility is necessary to close a significant gap in the provider's coverage and there is no less intrusive means to close that significant gap unless determined that the facility is a modification. FACT: The applicant has provided signal propagation maps demonstrating that there is a significant area of poor signal strength in the vicinity of the proposed facility. Given the topographical constraints and surrounding residential development, staff and the applicant have been unable to identify a less intrusive location or design than the proposed collocation with an existing streetlight SECTION 4. Based upon oral and written testimony and other evidence received at the public hearing held for the project, and upon studies and investigations made by the Planning Commission and on its behalf, the Planning Commission does hereby make the following findings relative to the applicant’s request for 2 foot 5 inch adjustment to the maximum permissible height pursuant to Section 16.44.070(E) of the Development Code, as follows: A. FINDING: The Planning Commission has reviewed alternative options provided by the applicant and staff, including but 228/296 6 OF 9 not limited to additional and/or different locations and designs, and has determined that the application as approved with the additional height has a lesser impact on the aesthetics and welfare of the surrounding community as compared to other alternatives. FACT: The topography and signal coverage needs necessitating the installation of the proposed facility significantly limit the opportunities for alternative locations. Additionally, the project site is surrounding by residential properties, which further limits opportunities for collocations. The applicant identified two alternative options for the proposed facility. The first alternative evaluated is a wooden utility pole located on the south side of Bayberry Drive. In this alternative, the antenna would be mounted to the existing wooden utility pole and the associated equipment would either be similarly attached to the pole or located in a separate standalone cabinet. The location of this site, approximately 200 feet west of Peyton Drive, and the hillside directly to the north of the site would reduce the facility’s potential coverage area, possibly necessitating an additional facility to provide the desired coverage. The utility pole is located within the right-of-way and surrounded by residential properties; thus, the first alternative would have similar or increased visual impacts to the proposed project, but would provide less signal coverage. The second alternative is also a wooden utility pole located on the western side of Peyton Drive approximately 330 feet north of Bayberry Drive. Terrain and the location of this alternative also inhibit the signal propagation from this alternative. Additionally, the location and height of the pole would result in the antenna being mounted at a height that would b e in the line of sight of the homes on the hillside to the west of the site. As in the case of the first alternative, this option would present similar or increased visual impacts to the proposed project, but would not be as effective in addressing the coverage gap. B. FINDING: Based on the evidence presented, the additional height above the maximum is reasonably necessary for collocation of Wireless Communication Facilities or for the efficient operation of the proposed facility. FACT: As the proposed facility involves the replacement of an existing streetlight, the City’s Engineering Department has required that the project maintain the height of the existing 229/296 7 OF 9 light fixture at approximately 26 feet above the adjacent grade to avoid a reduction in the effective illumination provided by the streetlight. The antenna, which must be mounted to the top of the pole, cannot structurally support the light fixture luminaire arm; thus, the luminaire arm must be mounted below the antenna. Reducing the height of the ant enna to comply with the 25-foot maximum height would cause the luminaire arm to extend up directly in front of the entire length of the antenna, which would cause signal obstruction and limit the effectiveness of the proposed facility. Therefore, the additional height is necessary for the collocation of the facility with an existing streetlight and for the efficient operation of the proposed facility. C. FINDING: The additional height above the maximum is required to ensure compliance with federal or state law. FACT: Section 7901 of the California Public Utility Code requires the City to accommodate small cell wireless communications facilities within the public right-of-way. The Development Code’s standards and design guidelines for wireless communications facilities encourages the collocation of such facilities with existing utilities. Thus, the height adjustment is necessary to comply with the state’s regulation requiring that small wireless communications facilities be accommodated in the public right-of-way, while providing the least visually obtrusive design feasible in conformance with the City’s wireless regulations. Further, federal law precludes cities from "effectively prohibiting" wireless service. The applicant has provided signal propagation maps demonstrating that there is a significant area of poor signal strength in the vicinity of the proposed facility. Given the topographical constraints and surrounding residential development, staff and the applicant have been unable to identify a less intrusive location or design than the proposed collocation with an existing streetlight. Thus, since there is no better way to address this “gap” in coverage, federal law requires this height adjustment. 230/296 8 OF 9 SECTION 5. Based on the findings and conclusions set forth above, the Planning Commission of the City of Chino Hills does hereby approve Conditional Use Permit 17CUP16, including the request for a 2 foot 5 inch adjustment to the maximum permissible height, subject to the Conditions of Approval dated December 4, 2018, labeled as Exhibit “A” and incorporated herein by this reference. SECTION 4. The Planning Commission Secretary shall certify to the adoption of this resolution. ADOPTED AND APPROVED this 4th day of December 2018. ____________________________ STEPHEN ROMERO, CHAIRMAN ATTEST: __________________________________ EMILY ORTIZ PLANNING COMMISSION SECRETARY APPROVED AS TO FORM: ____________________________________ ELIZABETH M. CALCIANO ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY 231/296 9 OF 9 STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) ss. CITY OF CHINO HILLS ) I, EMILY ORTIZ, Planning Commission Secretary of the City of Chino Hills, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. PC 20 18-__ was duly passed and adopted at a regular meeting of the Chino Hills Planning Commission held on the 4th day of December 2018, by the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: COMMISSION MEMBERS: NOES: COMMISSION MEMBERS: ABSENT: COMMISSION MEMBERS: EMILY ORTIZ PLANNING COMMISSION SECRETARY 232/296 City of Chino Hills 1 of 5 December 4, 2018 Exhibit “A” CITY OF CHINO HILLS Conditions of Approval Conditional Use Permit 17CUP16 Verizon Wireless Communications Facility Peyton Drive Right-of-Way (south of Bayberry Drive) COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT ONGOING/INFORMATIONAL: 1.This Conditional Use Permit (CUP) shall become null and void if all conditions of approval have not been complied with and the Permit is not used within three (3) years of the date of approval. The Planning Commission may grant one extension of time for a period not to exceed one (1) year, provided an application requesting the extension is filed with the Planning Division no less than 30 days prior to the expiration of the Permit. “Used” as referred to in this Condition means the commencement of substantial construction activity or any activity authorized by the approval. If an extension of time is not granted, the CUP shall expire and a new application shall be required. 2.In addition to the City’s right to revoke or revise this Conditional Use Permit for violation of any of the conditions herein, pursuant to Section 16.68.080 and 16.44.090 of the Chino Hills Municipal Code, the City, its Planning Commission and its City Council retain and reserve the rights and jurisdiction to review and modify all Conditional Use Permits approved by the City, including the conditions of approval, based on changed circumstances. Changed circumstances include, but are not limited to, the following in relation to the approved facility as described and diagrammed in the related Site Plan: increased height or size of the facility; additional impairment of the viewshed from surrounding properties; change in the type of antenna or support structure; change of color and materi als; substantial change in location on the site; and an effective increase in signal output above or near Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) limits imposed by the Revised Radio Frequency Emission Guidelines by the Federal Communications Commission 3.The applicant or its successors in interest shall indemnify, protect, defend (with legal counsel reasonably acceptable to the City), and hold harmless, the City, and any agency or instrumentality thereof, and its elected and appointed officials, officers, employees, and agents from and against any and all liabilities, claims, actions, causes of action, proceedings, suits, damages, judgments, liens, levies, costs, and expenses of whatever nature, including reasonable attorney’s fees and disbursements (collectively “Claims”) arising out of or in any way relating to this project, any discretionary approvals granted by the City related to the development of the project, or the environmental review conducted under California Environmental Quality Act, Public Resources Code Section 21000 et 233/296 Conditional Use Permit 17CUP16 Conditions of Approval Verizon Wireless Communications Facility on Peyton Drive south of Bayberry Drive City of Chino Hills 2 of 5 December 4, 2018 seq., for the project. If the City Attorney is required to enforce any conditions of approval, the applicant shall pay for all costs, including attorney’s fees . 4. The applicant and project shall comply with requirements of all Federal, State, County, and local agencies as are applicable to this project. 5. The project shall be in substantial conformance with all of the Conditions of Approval and the project plans labeled as Exhibit “B”. No modification to the site plan, design plan, or the Conditions of Approval shall be permitted without the Community Development Director or his/her designee finding that the modification is in substantial conformance with the Conditions of Approval and project plans, as applicable. 6. Approval of Conditional Use Permit 17CUP16 allows for installation of wireless communications facility on a new streetlight facility that would replace an existing streetlight standard within the public right-of-way on Peyton Drive. The streetlight facility consists of a rectangular base, which houses the wireless communications equipment, a cylindrical pole extending vertically from the base, a cylindrical antenna mounted to the top of the pole, and an arm supporting the light fixture. The overall height of the facility shall not exceed 27 feet 5 inches. 7. The permissible construction hours for the project shall be as follows: a. Construction shall be limited to the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday, and shall be prohibited on Sundays and City listed Federal holidays in order to minimize disruption to existing residential neighborhoods. b. During construction, best efforts shall be made to locate stockpiling and/or vehicle staging areas as far as practicable from existing residential dwellings. c. All construction vehicles or equipment, fixed or mobile, operated within 1,000 feet of a dwelling unit shall be equipped with properly operating and maintained mufflers. 8. All areas within the project site shall be maintained free of trash and debris. 9. Noise emanating from the project shall not exceed the noise standards as listed in Chapter 16.48 of the City’s Development Code and shall be in compliance with all requirements as stated in the Municipal Code. 10. Any graffiti shall be removed within twenty-four (24) hours of being reported. Further, the Applicant shall apply a coating to all perimeter walls that facilitates the removal of any graffiti. 11. The project shall not create, cause, or significantly co ntribute to any adverse glare, glint, and/or reflection of sunlight to the surrounding properties and uses, including the residential properties south of the project and the vehicular operators on the adjoining public streets. The exterior of all telecommunication facilities shall be comprised of non-reflective material(s). 234/296 Conditional Use Permit 17CUP16 Conditions of Approval Verizon Wireless Communications Facility on Peyton Drive south of Bayberry Drive City of Chino Hills 3 of 5 December 4, 2018 12. The entirety of the wireless communications facility shall be treated and maintained at all times to provide a high quality appearance and to match the existing streetlights in color and appearance. 13. All equipment associated with the wireless communications facility, with the exception of the antenna, shall be fully enclosed within the cabinet that form s the base of the streetlight facility. 14. All telecommunication equipment and other components of the wireless facility shall not bear any signs or advertising devices other than certification, warning, or other required seal or required signage. 15. Any amounts of flammable or combustible liquids or any hazardous materials stored or used on the site must be reviewed and approved by the Chino Valley Fire District. 16. No portion or extension of any telecommunication facility, including without limitation any guy wires, shall protrude beyond property lines or extend into any portion of property where such facility is not itself permitted. 17. No communication facility shall be located in a required parking area, vehicle maneuvering area, or pedestrian circulation area in such a manner that it interferes with, or in any way impairs, the utility of intended function of such area. 18. No wireless communications facility or accessory equipment installed or operated as part of the wireless facility shall interfere with any City emergency transmission, signal, or form of communication. 19. All regular inspections, maintenance, and non-emergency repairs shall occur between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, and between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 20. If the project (Conditional Use Permit 17CUP16) is ever discontinued, abandoned, or no longer in operation, the owner and/or operator of the facility shall remove the wireless facility and return the project site to its original condition pursuant to Section 16.44.100 of the Chino Hills Municipal Code. 21. Trust Deposit Accounts shall show no deficits. If the Trust Deposit Account(s) associated with the project shows a negative balance, the project construction shall cease, including inspections, until such time as the sufficient funds are deposited to return the account(s) to a positive balance. PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF PERMITS 22. A post-entitlement deposit shall be submitted in an amount equivalent to ten (10) hours of staff time based on the blended hourly rate in effect at that time. 23. The applicant shall enter into a license agreement with the City of Chino Hills for the installation and operation of the proposed streetlight facility within the public right-of-way. 235/296 Conditional Use Permit 17CUP16 Conditions of Approval Verizon Wireless Communications Facility on Peyton Drive south of Bayberry Drive City of Chino Hills 4 of 5 December 4, 2018 PRIOR TO OPERATION OF FACILITY 24. As-built plans shall be provided prior to final inspection and approved prior to the release of remaining TDA funds. ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 25. The applicant shall relocate the entire pole to the back of sidewalk to comply with the minimum setback (i.e., minimum 18” clearance from the curb face), or as approved by the City Engineer. 26. All conduit installed within the paved street between curbs shall be installed by open cut trench method only. No horizontal directional drilling will be allowed. Trench shall be backfilled and compacted per city standards and shall be ‘T’ cut and capped with 0.15’ thick asphalt concrete to a minimum width of 5 feet when parallel to the curb line and 10 feet when perpendicular to curb line. 27. No work shall begin within Public Right of Way until an encroachment permit has been issued by the Engineering Division and all necessary Public Works Inspection fees have been paid. 28. An Improvement Bond or cash deposit in the amount of 100% of the estimated value of work to be performed within public right of way shall be required prior to issuance of any permit. 29. A Labor and Material Bond or cash deposit in the amount of 50% of the estimated value of work to be performed within public right of way shall be required prior to issuance of any permit. 30. All existing improvements within the public right-of-way disturbed by the proposed construction shall be returned to preconstruction condition prior to final inspection. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 31. Prior to permit issuance, the applicant shall submit to the Public Works Department for review and approval a plan for the removal of the existing streetlight and its transportation to the City’s designated storage location, while protecting the existing pole from damage. 32. The replacement streetlight shall feature an LED luminaire fixture meeting the City’s specifications. For the specification information, please contact th e Public Works Department at (909) 364-2800. 33. Landscape and irrigation within the parkway that is impacted by the project shall be repaired and restored prior to the operation of the facility. 236/296 Conditional Use Permit 17CUP16 Conditions of Approval Verizon Wireless Communications Facility on Peyton Drive south of Bayberry Drive City of Chino Hills 5 of 5 December 4, 2018 CHINO VALLEY FIRE DISTRICT 34. The applicant shall comply with the conditions in the transmittal from the Chino Valley Fire District for Permit 2017-00002001, dated November 21, 2018, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated into these Conditions of Approval by this reference. END OF SEQUENTIAL CONDITIONS Project Manager: Ryan Gackstetter 237/296 Special Districts Leadership Foundation - District of Distinction Since 2008 November 21, 2018 It is a recommendation of the Fire District that the developer of every new construction project facilitate a preconstruction meeting. The meeting is to be scheduled with the Fire District Inspector for said project. The following are the conditions of the above referenced permit/project. All conditions shall be adhered to, failure to comply with said conditions may result in the revocation of said pemit and/or puntitive fines as outlined in the Fire District fee schedule. We look forward to a cooperative working relationship throughout the project. Should you have any questions regarding the project, including the the conditions as set forth herein, please feel free to contact our office at (909) 902-5280. 4.0 THE ITEMS BELOW ARE SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL AND ARE TO BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL SIGN OFF OF SAID PERMIT: 4.1 Equipment shall not interfere with Fire District 800 Mhz Radio Systems. Non-compliance will subject any permits to revocation. Chino Valley Fire District 14011 City Center Drive Chino Hills, CA 91709 (909) 902-5260 Administration (909) 902-5280 Fire Prevention (909) 902-5250 Fax Chinovalleyfire.org Board of Directors Mike Kreeger President John DeMonaco Vice President Sarah Ramos-Evinger Ed Gray Harvey Luth Fire Chief Tim Shackelford Fire Protecton Requirements Md7, LLC 10590 West Ocean Air Dr., Suite 300 San Diego, CA 92130 2017-00002001 Project Name: Verizon Cell Canister Antenna Project Address: Across from 3343 Bayberry Dr. Chino Hills, CA 91709 Applicable Standards: NONE 238/296 SCOPE OF WORKCODE COMPLIANCEDRIVING DIRECTIONSPROPERTY INFORMATION:TO: 15857-15919 PEYTON DRIVECHINO HILLS, CA 917091. HEAD SOUTHEAST TOWARD SANDCANYON SIDE PATH2. TURN RIGHT ONTO SAND CANYONAVE3. USE THE LEFT 2 LANES TO TURNLEFT AT THE 1ST CROSS STREETONTO BARRANCA PKWY4. TURN RIGHT ONTO PACIFICA5. TURN RIGHT ONTO THE STATEHIGHWAY 133 N RAMP6. MERGE ONTO CA-133 N7. MERGE ONTO CA-241 N8. USE THE RIGHT 2 LANES TO TAKEEXIT 39A TO MERGE ONTO CA-91 ETOWARD RIVERSIDE9. TAKE EXIT 45 FOR CA-71 NTOWARD ONTARIO/POMONA10. CONTINUE ONTO CA-71 N11. TAKE EXIT 8 FOR RAMONA AVETOWARD CHINO HILLSPKWY/CA-142 W12. DRIVE TO PEYTON DR IN CHINOHILLS13. USE THE LEFT 2 LANES TO TURNLEFT ONTO CA-142 W/CHINO HILLSPKWY14. USE THE LEFT 2 LANES TO TURNLEFT ONTO PEYTON DRVICINITY MAPSHEET DESCRIPTIONGENERAL CONTRACTOR NOTESDO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS IF NOT FULL SIZE (24 X 36)CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ALL PLANS AND EXISTING DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS ON THE JOB SITEAND SHALL IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT / ENGINEER IN WRITING OF ANY DISCREPANCIESBEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE WORK OR BEAR THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE SAME.CONSTRUCTION INFORMATION:APPLICANT/LESSEE15505 SAND CANYON AVENUEIRVINE, CA 92618OFFICE: (925) 279-6000APPLICANT'S REPRESENTATIVE:PROJECT SUMMARYPROJECT TEAMPROPERTY LOCATION:SCL CHINO HILLS 1215857-15919 PEYTON DRIVECHINO HILLS, CA 91709PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAYFROM: 15505 SAND CANYON AVENUEIRVINE, CA 92618A-1A-4T-1TITLE SHEETSITE PLANDETAILSA-2ENLARGED SITE PLANPROPOSED ELEVATIONSA-3C-1TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEYVZ LOCATION #424776NOT TO SCALENORTHA-5DETAILSUTILITY COMPANY:COMMSCOPE POLE CABLAT (Decimal):LONG (Decimal):LAT (Deg.Min.Sec):LONG (Deg.Min.Sec):ELEV:POLE OWNER:JURISDICTION:THOMAS GUIDE:33.96324166° (NAD 83)-117.7317111° (NAD 83)33° 57' 47.67" N117° 43' 54.16" W829' (AMSL)CITY OF CHINO HILLSCHINO HILLS TBDT-21-A CERTIFICATION LETTERCallbefore you dig.below.Know what'sRTO OBTAIN LOCATION OF PARTICIPANTSUNDERGROUND FACILITIES BEFOREYOU DIG IN CALIFORNIA (SOUTH), CALLDIG ALERTTOLL FREE: 1-800-227-2600 ORwww.digalert.orgCALIFORNIA STATUTEREQUIRES MIN OF 2WORKING DAYS NOTICEBEFORE YOU EXCAVATEID TAG: 4140931EALL WORK AND MATERIALS SHALL BE PERFORMED AND INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCEWITH THE CURRENT EDITIONS OF THE CODES AS ADOPTED BY THE LOCALJURISDICTION:- 2016 CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE,VOLUMES 1 AND 2- 2016 CALIFORNIA RESIDENTIAL CODE- 2016 CALIFORNIA ELECTRICAL CODE- 2016 CALIFORNIA MECHANICAL CODE- 2016 CALIFORNIA PLUMBING CODE- 2016 CALIFORNIA ENERGY CODE- 2016 CALIFORNIA HISTORICALBUILDING CODE- 2016 CALIFORNIA G.O. 95 & G.O. 128- 2016 CALIFORNIA FIRE CODE- 2016 CALIFORNIA EXISTING BUILDINGCODE- 2016 CALIFORNIA GREEN BUILDINGCODE- 2016 CALIFORNIA REFERENCEDSTANDARDS CODE- 2016 CALIFORNIA ADMINISTRATIVECODEFACILITY IS UNMANNED AND NOT FOR HUMAN HABITATION. HANDICAPPED ACCESSREQUIREMENTS ARE NOT REQUIRED.AREA OF CONSTRUCTION: N/AJURISDICTION: CHINO HILLSCOUNTY: SAN BERNARDINOZONING:PUBLIC R.O.W.OCCUPANCY:N/ATYPE OF CONSTRUCTION: N/AACCESSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:NOT FOR DISCLOSURE OUTSIDE VERIZON WIRELESS INC WITHOUT WRITTENPERMISSION.CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARYMd7 MANAGER:APPLICANT AGENT:NAME: COURTNEY DAVISPHONE: (858) 964-7439ARCHITECT:PROPERTY OWNER:POLE OWNER:NAME: Md7, LLCADDRESS: 10590 WEST OCEAN AIR DR.SUITE 300SAN DIEGO, CA 92130CONTACT: BRIAN MACKEYPHONE: (858) 754-2168EMAIL: bmackey@md7.comAPPROVALSDATEMD7 PMPROPERTY OWNERDATEVERIZON PMVERIZON ENGDATEDATESCL CHINOHILLS 12ELEVATION NUMBERSHEET NUMBER FOR ELEVATIONDETAIL NUMBERSHEET NUMBER FOR DETAILREVISIONREFER: ELECTRICAL FORADDITIONAL SYMBOLSXX-XXX-XDRAWING SYMBOLSSCL CHINO HILLS 1215857-15919 PEYTONDRIVECHINO HILLS, CA 91709CITY OF CHINO HILLS -COMMSCOPE POLE CABNOTE: THE ORIGINAL SIZE OF THIS PLAN IS 24" X 36". SCALE RATIO IS NOT VALID FOR REDUCED OR ENLARGED SHEET SIZES SHEET TITLE:ISSUE STATUS15505 SAND CANYON AVENUE IRVINE, CA 92618 DESCRIPTIONDATEBYRJREV090% CD10/22/2018SMALL CELL PROJECTPRELIMINARYNOT FORCONSTRUCTIONRMd7, LLC10590 West Ocean Air Dr. Suite 300San Diego, CA 92130858·964·7439FOR SUBMITTALDATE: 10/22/2018TITLE SHEETA-6SITE LOCATION PHOTOSTHESE DRAWINGS DEPICT A PORTION OF A SMALL CELLTELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK, TO BE CONSTRUCTED, IN THEPUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY GRANTEDBY THE CALIFORNIA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION (CPUC).EQUIPMENT TO BE INSTALLED:·VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO REPLACE EXISTING STREET LIGHTWITH A NEW 30" X 30", 24'-0" AGL COMMSCOPE POLE CAB.·VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE A 12" DIA. X 28.7" TALLCANISTER ANTENNA ON A NEW 30" X 30" COMMSCOPE POLECAB.·VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE (3) RADIO UNIT'S, (1) PSUAND (2) DIPLEXERS WITH METER SOCKET AND DISCONNECTSWITCH INSIDE BASE OF NEW 30" X 30" COMMSCOPE POLECAB.·VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE (1) 17" X 30" X 18" (FIBER)PULL BOX.NOTE:STRUCTURAL DESIGN, ENGINEERING, CALCULATIONS, ANDFOUNDATION COMPLETED BY VERIZON CONTRACTOR.GN-1GENERAL NOTESNAME: Md7, LLCADDRESS: 10590 WEST OCEAN AIR DR.SUITE 300SAN DIEGO, CA 92130CONTACT: BRIAN MACKEYPHONE: (858) 754-2168EMAIL: bmackey@md7.comCITY OF CHINO HILLSSCE4900 RIVERGRADE ROADBLDG 2 B-1 SUITE 120CIRWINDALE, CA 91707NAME: Md7 ARCHITECTURESERVICES, INC.ADDRESS: 61 COLUMBIAALISO VIEJO, CA 92656ARCHITECT: MARIO MARTINEZCONTACT: CARLOS CASTREJONPHONE: (949) 333-0738EMAIL: ccastrejon@md7.comPROPOSED ELEVATIONSA-7RFDS PLUMBING DIAGRAMSRF-1ELECTRICAL NOTESE-1GROUNDING DETAILS AND NOTESE-2T-1NAME: CITY OF CHINO HILLSADDRESS: 14000 CITY CENTER DR.CHINO HILLS, CA 91709CONTACT: KONRADT BARTLAM,CITY MANAGERPHONE:(909) 364-2600DETAILSA-8239/296 SCL CHINO HILLS 1215857-15919 PEYTONDRIVECHINO HILLS, CA 91709CITY OF CHINO HILLS -COMMSCOPE POLE CABNOTE: THE ORIGINAL SIZE OF THIS PLAN IS 24" X 36". SCALE RATIO IS NOT VALID FOR REDUCED OR ENLARGED SHEET SIZES SHEET TITLE:ISSUE STATUS15505 SAND CANYON AVENUE IRVINE, CA 92618 DESCRIPTIONDATEBYRJREV090% CD10/22/2018SMALL CELL PROJECTPRELIMINARYNOT FORCONSTRUCTIONRMd7, LLC10590 West Ocean Air Dr. Suite 300San Diego, CA 92130858·964·7439FOR SUBMITTALDATE: 10/22/20181-A CERTIFICATIONLETTER1-A CERTIFICATION LETTER2N.T.S.SCALE1N.T.S.SCALENOT USEDT-2240/296 SCL CHINO HILLS 1215857-15919 PEYTONDRIVECHINO HILLS, CA 91709CITY OF CHINO HILLS -COMMSCOPE POLE CABNOTE: THE ORIGINAL SIZE OF THIS PLAN IS 24" X 36". SCALE RATIO IS NOT VALID FOR REDUCED OR ENLARGED SHEET SIZES SHEET TITLE:ISSUE STATUS15505 SAND CANYON AVENUE IRVINE, CA 92618 DESCRIPTIONDATEBYRJREV090% CD10/22/2018SMALL CELL PROJECTPRELIMINARYNOT FORCONSTRUCTIONRMd7, LLC10590 West Ocean Air Dr. Suite 300San Diego, CA 92130858·964·7439FOR SUBMITTALDATE: 10/22/2018GENERAL NOTESGENERAL NOTES1N.T.S.SCALEGENERAL NOTES:A. DRAWINGS ARE NOT TO BE SCALED, WRITTEN DIMENSIONS TAKE PRECEDENCE. THIS SET OF PLANSIS INTENDED TO BE USED FOR DIAGRAMMATIC PURPOSES ONLY, UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. THEGENERAL CONTRACTOR'S SCOPE OF WORK SHALL INCLUDE FURNISHING ALL MATERIALS,EQUIPMENT AND LABOR DEEMED NECESSARY TO COMPLETE THE WORK/INSTALLATIONS ASDESCRIBED HEREIN.B. CONTRACTORS SHALL FAMILIARIZE THEMSELVES WITH THE PROJECT THROUGH INSPECTION OFTHE JOB SITE, DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS, SO AS TO THOROUGHLY UNDERSTAND THE WORK.ANY AND ALL DISCREPANCIES AND OMISSIONS SHALL BE REPORTED AND CLARIFICATION SHALL BEOBTAINED FROM THE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO WORK BEING DONE. ANY WORK THAT PROCEEDSOTHERWISE SHALL BE, IF INCORRECTLY PERFORMED, REPLACED OR REPAIRED WITH THE COSTFOR SAME BEING BORNE BY THE CONTRACTOR. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY AND BERESPONSIBLE FOR ALL DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS IN FIELD. IF DIMENSIONAL ERROR OCCURSOR CONDITIONS NOT COVERED IN THE DRAWINGS ARE ENCOUNTERED, CONTRACTOR SHALLNOTIFY THE ARCHITECT BEFORE COMMENCING THAT PORTION OF THE WORK.C. CONTRACTOR SHALL OBTAIN WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION TO PROCEED WITH CONSTRUCTION PRIORTO STARTING WORK ON ANY ITEM NOT CLEARLY DEFINED BY THE CONSTRUCTIONDRAWINGS/CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.D. CONTRACTOR SHALL SUPERVISE AND DIRECT THE PROJECT DESCRIBED HEREIN. THECONTRACTOR SHALL BE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL CONSTRUCTION MEANS, METHODS,TECHNIQUES, SEQUENCES AND PROCEDURES AND FOR COORDINATING ALL PORTIONS OF THEWORK UNDER THE CONTRACT.E. CONTRACTOR SHALL INSTALL ALL EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS ACCORDING TO MANUFACTURER'S/VENDOR'S SPECIFICATIONS UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE OR WHERE LOCAL CODES ORORDINANCES TAKE PRECEDENCE.F. ALL WORK PERFORMED ON PROJECT AND MATERIALS INSTALLED SHALL BE IN STRICT COMPLIANCEWITH ALL APPLICABLE CODES, REGULATIONS, AND ORDINANCES. CONTRACTOR SHALL GIVE ALLNOTICES AND COMPLY WITH ALL LAWS, ORDINANCES, RULES, REGULATIONS AND LAWFUL ORDERSOF ANY PUBLIC AUTHORITY, MUNICIPAL AND UTILITY COMPANY SPECIFICATIONS, AND LOCAL ANDSTATE JURISDICTIONAL CODES BEARING ON THE PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK.G. THE STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS OF THIS PROJECT ARE NOT TO BE ALTERED BY THE CONTRACTORON THIS CONSTRUCTION PROJECT UNLESS WRITTEN APPROVAL IS OBTAINED FROM THESTRUCTURAL ENGINEER.H. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE AT THE PROJECT SITE A FULL SET OF CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTSUPDATED WITH THE LATEST REVISIONS AND ADDENDA OR CLARIFICATIONS FOR THE USE BY ALLPERSONNEL INVOLVED WITH THE PROJECT.I. DETAILS ARE USUALLY KEYED ONCE ON THE DRAWINGS AND ARE TYPICAL FOR SIMILARCONDITIONS THROUGHOUT, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. DETAILS INCLUDED HEREIN AREINTENDED TO SHOW END RESULT OF DESIGN. MINOR MODIFICATIONS MAY BE REQUIRED TO SUITJOB CONDITIONS OR SITUATIONS, AND SUCH MODIFICATIONS SHALL BE INCLUDED AS PART OF THESCOPE OF WORK.J. DIMENSIONS ARE FROM FINISH FACE TO FACE. (UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE)K. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MAKE NECESSARY PROVISIONS TO PROTECT EXISTING IMPROVEMENTS,EASEMENTS, PAVING, CURBING, ETC. DURING CONSTRUCTION AND UPON COMPLETION OF WORK.CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR ANY DAMAGE THAT MAY OCCUR DUE TO CONSTRUCTION ON ORABOUT THE PROPERTY. IN ADDITION THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FOLLOW ALL SAFETYREQUIREMENTS OF THE AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION OVER HIS WORK.L. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING THE SITE IN A CLEAN AND SAFECONDITION, INCLUDING PROPER REMOVAL OF WASTE MATERIAL. WASTE MATERIAL SHALL NOT BESTORED WITHIN OR NEAR THE BUILDING. DUMPSTERS PROVIDED FOR THE DISPOSAL OF WASTEMATERIAL SHALL BE REMOVED AWAY FROM THE SITE.M. THE ARCHITECTS/ENGINEERS HAVE MADE EVERY EFFORT TO SET FORTH IN THE CONSTRUCTIONAND CONTRACT DOCUMENTS THE COMPLETE SCOPE OF WORK. MINOR OMISSIONS OR ERRORS INTHE DRAWINGS AND OR SPECIFICATIONS SHALL NOT EXCUSE THE CONTRACTOR FROMCOMPLETING THE PROJECT AND IMPROVEMENTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE INTENT OF THESEDOCUMENTS.N. SPECIAL INSPECTIONS SHALL BE PERFORMED BY AN INDEPENDENT SPECIAL INSPECTOR, ASREQUIRED, PER CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE (CBC).O. CONTRACTOR SHALL GUARANTEE IN WRITING ALL LABOR, MATERIALS, AND WORKMANSHIPINSTALLED BY HIM FOR A PERIOD OF NOT LESS THAN ONE (1) YEAR AFTER DATE OF ACCEPTANCEOF THE WORK BY THE OWNER EXCEPT AS MODIFIED HEREIN OR ON OTHER DRAWINGS. SHOULDDEFECTS OCCUR, ALL WORK SHALL BE REPLACED OR PROPERLY REPAIRED AT NO ADDITIONALCOST TO THE OWNER.P. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR VERIFYING ALL COMBUSTIBLE FLUIDS, INCLUDINGPAINTS, PRIMERS, SEALERS, SOLVENTS AND ADHESIVES, COMPLY AND ARE BEING USED INACCORDANCE WITH THE PRODUCT MANUFACTURER'S WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS. CONTRACTORSHALL PROVIDE STORAGE FOR SUCH MATERIALS AWAY FROM THE SITE.Q. CONTRACTOR TO HAVE ALL EASEMENTS AND UNDER GROUND UTILITIES LOCATED AND MARKEDPRIOR TO COMMENCING SITE WORK.R. ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL AND PLUMBING PERMITS SHALL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THEIRRELATIVE SUB-CONTRACTORS.S. CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE ALL WORK WITH PROPERTY OWNER REPRESENTATIVE INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO SCHEDULE, PROCEDURES, SECURITY, AND CONSTRUCTINGLOADING AND UNLOADING.T. ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE JURISDICTION'S CURRENT ADOPTEDVERSION OF CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE (CBC), (IPC), (IMC) AND NEC.U. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR REDLINING THE CONSTRUCTION PLANS TOILLUSTRATE THE AS-BUILT CONDITION OF THE SITE. THIS WILL BE DONE AFTER THE SITE HAS BEENAWARDED THE FINAL INSPECTION. TWO COPIES OF REDLINED DRAWINGS WILL BE PROVIDED TOCLIENT / PROJECT MANAGER.STEEL (UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE)1. INCLUDES STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING MEMBERS, BASE PLATES, PLATES, BARS, THREADEDSTRUCTURAL FASTENERS, ANTENNA SUPPORT ASSEMBLIES, GRATING, STEEL PLATFORMS, ANDPEDESTAL SUPPORTS.2. FABRICATE STRUCTURAL STEEL MEMBERS IN ACCORDANCE WITH AISC SPECIFICATIONS FOR THEDESIGN, FABRICATION, AND ERECTION OF STRUCTURAL STEEL FOR BUILDINGS, STEELCONSTRUCTION MANUAL, THIRTEENTH EDITION.3. PERFORM DESIGN UNDER DIRECT SUPERVISION OF A PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER LICENSED IN THESTATE.STEEL MATERIALSA. STRUCTURAL STEEL MEMBER SHALL BE ASTM A572 GRADE 50 FY=50 KSI.B. STRUCTURAL TUBING SHALL BE ASTM A500 GRADE B FY=46 KSI.C. PIPE SHALL BE ASTM A53 GRADE B FY=35 KSI.D. BOLTS, NUTS, WASHERS SHALL BE ASTM A325 F1852E. ANCHOR BOLTS SHALL BEASTM A325 F1852 OR A4904. ALLOW FOR ERECTION LOAD. PROVIDE TEMPORARY BRACING TO MAINTAIN FRAMING IN ALIGNMENTUNTIL COMPLETION OF ERECTION AND INSTALLATION OF PERMANENT BRIDGING AND BRACING.5. NO UNAUTHORIZED WELDING SHALL BE PERFORMED ON TELECOMMUNICATION CLIENTTOWERS/POLES. ALL OTHER WELDING SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH AMERICAN WELDINGSOCIETY AWS 01.11 STRUCTURAL STEEL WELDING CODE. STEEL WELD ELECTRODES SHALL BE370XX.6. DO NOT FIELD CUT OR ALTER STRUCTURAL MEMBERS WITHOUT APPROVAL OF THEARCHITECT/ENGINEER.7. AFTER ERECTION, TOUCH-UP WELDS, ABRASIONS, AND SURFACE S NOT SHOP PRIMED ORGALVANIZED WITH ZINC RICH PAINT INCLUDING ALL EXISTING OR NEW AREAS.8. PROVIDE FIELD INSPECTION OF MEMBERS, CONNECTIONS, WELDS, AND BOLT/NUT TORQUE.ELECTRICAL1. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL PERMITTING, FILING, AND FEES IN CONJUNCTION WITHTHE PROJECT.2. ALL LABOR AND MATERIAL SHALL CONFORM TO ALL LOCAL, STATE, AND NATIONAL CODES, RULES,REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS.3. ALL EQUIPMENT, WIRING, AND MATERIALS MUST HAVE A UL LABEL.4. ALL WORK SHALL BE DONE BY QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED JOURNEYMEN AND PERFORMED IN AWORKMANLIKE MANNER AND SHALL PROCEED IN AN ORDERLY MANNER SO AS NOT TO HOLD UPTHE PROGRESS OF THE PROJECT.5. THOROUGHLY TEST ALL LINES, FEEDERS, EQUIPMENT, AND DEVICES WITH MAXIMUM LOADS TOASSURE PROPER OPERATION.6. CONDUITS AND FITTINGS FOR OUTSIDE APPLICATIONS SHALL BE RIGID OR NON-METALLIC UNLESSOTHERWISE NOTED.7. ALL WIRES SHALL BE COPPER; USE OF ALUMINUM CONDUCTORS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED. SEEELECTRICAL PLANS FOR SIZING AND LOCATIONS. USE PROPER SIZE CONNECTORS PER LOCAL,STATE, AND NATIONAL CODES.8. CONDUCTOR LENGTHS SHALL BE CONTINUOUS FROM TERMINATION TO TERMINATION WITHOUTSPLICES.9. PROVIDE PULL BOXES WHERE SHOWN AND WHERE REQUIRED BY CODES AND UTILITY COMPANIES.10. ALL WIRES SHALL BE TAGGED AT ALL PULL BOXES, J-BOXES, EQUIPMENT BOXES, AND CABINETSWITH APPROVED PLASTIC TAGS.11. ALL UNDERGROUND CONDUITS SHALL BE SCHEDULE 40 PVC. ALL SWEEPS OR BENDS, ANDABOVE-GROUND CONDUITS SHALL BE RIGID GALVANIZED STEEL OR PVC SCHEDULE 80. ALLCONDUITS NOT TERMINATING INTO A CLOSED AREA MUST BE SEALED TO PREVENT ENTRY OF ANYMOISTURE OR FOREIGN OBJECTS. ALL CONDUIT RISERS TO INCLUDE SLIP TYPE EXPANSION JOINT.GROUNDING1. THE GROUNDING SYSTEM CONNECTIONS SHALL BE MADE WITH EXOTHERMIC WELDS AND/OR MECHANICAL TWO-LUG COMPRESSION CONNECTORS AS INDICATED ON PLANS. USE ONLY STAINLESS STEEL SCREWS, BOLTS WASHERS, AND NUTS FOR FASTENING.2 CLEAN SURFACES THOROUGHLY BEFORE APPLYING GROUND LUGS OR CLAMPS. IF SURFACE IS COATED, THE COATING MUST BE REMOVED DOWN TO THE BARE METAL. AFTER THE COATING HAS BEEN REMOVED, APPLY A NON-CORROSIVE APPROVED COMPOUND TO THE CLEANEDSURFACE AND INSTALL LUGS OR CLAMPS. WHERE GALVANIZING IS REMOVED FROM METAL, IT SHALL BE PAINTED OR TOUCHED UP WITH COLD GALVANIZING PAINT SUCH AS GLAVMOX OR EQUAL.3. ALL CLAMPS, SLEEVES, AND SUPPORTS USED TO SUPPORT OR CHANNEL THE GROUNDING SYSTEMCONDUCTORS AND PVC CONDUITS SHALL BE PVC TYPE NON-CONDUCTIVE. DO NOT USE METALBRACKETS OR SUPPORTS THAT WOULD FORM A COMPLETE RING AROUND ANY GROUNDINGCONDUCTOR.4. ALL GROUNDING CONNECTIONS SHALL BE COATED WITH T&B KOPR SHIELD ANTI-CORROSIVEAGENT. NO SUBSTITUTIONS ARE PERMITTED. VERIFY THE PRODUCT WITH TELECOMMUNICATIONCLIENT PRIOR TO USAGE.PART 2 - PRODUCTS2.1 GENERALA. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS: ALL MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITHCONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND STANDARD PRODUCTS OF THE VARIOUS MANUFACTURERS, WITH ALLMATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT TO BE NEW, CLEAN, UNDAMAGED, AND FREE OF DEFECTS ANDCORROSION.B. ACCEPTABLE PRODUCTS: THE PRODUCT OF A SPECIFIED OR APPROVED MANUFACTURER WILL BEACCEPTABLE ONLY WHEN THE PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH OR IS MODIFIED AS NECESSARY TOCOMPLY WITH ALL REQUIREMENTS OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.C. COMMON ITEMS: WHERE MORE THAN ONE OF ANY SPECIFIC ITEM IS REQUIRED, ALL SHALL BE OFTHE SAME TYPE AND MANUFACTURER.D. UL LISTING: ALL MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT SHALL BE UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES (UL)LISTED AND LABELED, WHERE UL STANDARDS AND LISTINGS EXIST FOR SUCH MATERIALS OREQUIPMENT.GN-1241/296 10'0' 5' 10'20'ISSUE STATUSPROPRIETARY INFORMATIONTHE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS SET OFDRAWINGS IS PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL TOVERIZON WIRELESSANY USE OR DISCLOSURE OTHER THAN AS IT RELATESTO VERIZON WIRELESS IS STRICTLY PROHIBITEDDESCRIPTIONDATE BY10/05/16 MDLREV.0SCL CHINOHILLS 1215857-15919 PEYTON DR.CHINO HILLS, CA 91709ISSUED FOR REVIEWTOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY242/296 WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER WWWWWWWWWWWWW SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER WWWWWWWW SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER SEWER WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G GSCL CHINO HILLS 1215857-15919 PEYTONDRIVECHINO HILLS, CA 91709CITY OF CHINO HILLS -COMMSCOPE POLE CABNOTE: THE ORIGINAL SIZE OF THIS PLAN IS 24" X 36". SCALE RATIO IS NOT VALID FOR REDUCED OR ENLARGED SHEET SIZES SHEET TITLE:ISSUE STATUS15505 SAND CANYON AVENUE IRVINE, CA 92618 DESCRIPTIONDATEBYRJREV090% CD10/22/2018SMALL CELL PROJECTPRELIMINARYNOT FORCONSTRUCTIONRMd7, LLC10590 West Ocean Air Dr. Suite 300San Diego, CA 92130858·964·7439FOR SUBMITTALDATE: 10/22/2018SITE PLANSITE PLAN1" = 10'-0" (24x36)(OR)SCALE:1/2" = 10'-0" (11x17)10'5'0NORTH GENERAL NOTES1SEE PAGE A-2 FORENLARGED SITE PLANVERIZON CONTRACTOR TOREPLACE EXISTING STREET LIGHTWITH A NEW 30" X 30" 24'-0" AGLCOMMSCOPE POLE CAB.VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACEA 12" DIA. X 28.7" CANISTER ANTENNA ONNEW 24'-0" AGL 30" X 30" COMMSCOPEPOLE CAB.VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE(3) RADIO UNIT'S, (2) DIPLEXERS AND(1) PSU WITH (1) METER SOCKETAND DISCONNECT SWITCH INSIDEBASE OF NEW 30" X 30" COMMSCOPEPOLE CAB.VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE(1) 17" X 30" X 18" (FIBER) PULL BOX.8'-0"42'-0"38'-0"12'-0 "50'-0"50'-0"100'-0"11'-0"22'-0"22'-0"11'-0"33'-0"33'-0"66'-0"3'-0"41'-11"THIS IS NOT A SITE SURVEY:ALL PROPERTY BOUNDARIES, ORIENTATION OF TRUE NORTH &STREET HALF-WIDTHS ARE APPROXIMATE. ALL PROPERTY LINES,EASEMENTS, & SETBACKS SHALL BE VERIFIED PRIOR TO START OFCONSTRUCTION.CONTRACTOR NOTES:1. CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR ALL DAMAGE RESULTING FROMCONSTRUCTION BACK TO PRE-CONSTRUCTION CONDITION ATCOMPLETION OF WORK.2. CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE SITE ACCESS TIMES & EQUIPMENTSTAGING LOCATIONS WITH LANDLORD.3. ALL STREET LIGHT POLES USING THE SHROUD/CONCEALMENTDESIGN WILL BE RELOCATED & WILL REQUIRE A NEW REINFORCEDFOUNDATION. REFERENCE STRUCTURAL PLANS.4. CONTRACTOR TO FIELD VERIFY EXACT HAND HOLE LOCATION.5. PROPOSED CONDUIT SHALL BE INSTALLED BY OPEN CUT METHODONLY. TRENCH CUT SHALL BE BACKFILLED AND COMPACTED PERCITY OF CHINO HILLS STANDARDS.NEW UTILITY SERVICE FROM TELCO POC TO VERIZON WIRELESSINSTALLED FIBER PULL BOX TO BE DETERMINED BY UTILITYPROVIDER. UPON SERVICE CONTRACT AWARD, THE FIBERPROVIDER WILL DESIGN, CONSTRUCT, AND INSTALL UTILITYINFRASTRUCTURE UNDER THEIR RIGHTS/SEPARATE PERMIT ANDWILL COORDINATE SERVICE ACTIVATION WITH VERIZON WIRELESS.UNDERGROUND UTILITIES NOTE:THE LOCATIONS AND EXISTENCE OF ANY UNDERGROUND PIPES,STRUCTURES OR CONDUITS SHOWN ON THIS PLAN WERE OBTAINEDBY A SEARCH OF AVAILABLE RECORDS AND ARE APPROXIMATE.THERE MAY BE EXISTING UTILITIES OTHER THAN THOSE SHOWN ONTHIS PLAN. THE CONTRACTOR IS REQUIRED TO TAKEPRECAUTIONARY MEASURES TO PROTECT THE UTILITY LINESSHOWN AND ANY OTHER LINES SHOWN ON THIS PLAN.TELCOPOWERGASWATERSEWERSTORM DRAINOILPHONECABLE T T T T GGGGGGWWWWWW SEWER SEWER SDSDSDSDOIL E E E E UTILITY LEGENDPHONEPHONECABLE TVCABLE TVEXISTING BLOCK WALLA-14 3 ' - 1 1 "VERIZON CONTRACTOR WILL INSTALL A NEWREINFORCED FOUNDATION AND WILL REPLACEEXISTING STREET LIGHT POLE. REFER TOSTRUCTURAL PLANS.NOTE:STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS AND CALCULATIONSPROVIDED BY OTHERS.243/296 T SCL CHINO HILLS 1215857-15919 PEYTONDRIVECHINO HILLS, CA 91709CITY OF CHINO HILLS -COMMSCOPE POLE CABNOTE: THE ORIGINAL SIZE OF THIS PLAN IS 24" X 36". SCALE RATIO IS NOT VALID FOR REDUCED OR ENLARGED SHEET SIZES SHEET TITLE:ISSUE STATUS15505 SAND CANYON AVENUE IRVINE, CA 92618 DESCRIPTIONDATEBYRJREV090% CD10/22/2018SMALL CELL PROJECTPRELIMINARYNOT FORCONSTRUCTIONRMd7, LLC10590 West Ocean Air Dr. Suite 300San Diego, CA 92130858·964·7439FOR SUBMITTALDATE: 10/22/2018ENLARGED SITE PLAN1/4" = 1'-0" (11x17)SCALE:(OR)1/2" = 1'-0" (24x36)06"1'2'NORTH1ENLARGED SITE PLAN GENERAL NOTES GENERAL NOTESCONSTRUCTION DATACALL AT LEAST TWO DAYS BEFOREYOU DIGUNDERGROUND SERVICE ALERT OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA811CALL AT LEAST TWO DAYS BEFOREYOU DIGUNDERGROUND SERVICE ALERT OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA8111A-31A-4VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE(1) 17" X 30" X 18" (FIBER) PULL BOX.VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACEA 12" DIA. X 28.7" CANISTERANTENNA ON NEW 30" X 30". 24'-0"COMMSCOPE POLE CAB.VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE(3) RADIO UNIT'S, (2) DIPLEXERS AND(1) PSU WITH (1) METER SOCKET ANDDISCONNECT SWITCH INSIDE BASE OFNEW 30" X 30" COMMSCOPE POLE CAB.1VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE ±3' OF (1) 2" CONDUIT INSIDE NEWUTILITY TRENCH FROM NEW FIBER PULL BOX TO NEW COMMSCOPEPOLE CAB STREET LIGHT FOR COMM. (OPEN TRENCH) REFER TOUTILITY TRENCH DETAIL.11THIS IS NOT A SITE SURVEY:ALL PROPERTY BOUNDARIES, ORIENTATION OF TRUE NORTH &STREET HALF-WIDTHS ARE APPROXIMATE. ALL PROPERTY LINES,EASEMENTS, & SETBACKS SHALL BE VERIFIED PRIOR TO START OFCONSTRUCTION.CONTRACTOR NOTES:1. CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR ALL DAMAGE RESULTING FROMCONSTRUCTION BACK TO PRE-CONSTRUCTION CONDITION ATCOMPLETION OF WORK.2. CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE SITE ACCESS TIMES & EQUIPMENTSTAGING LOCATIONS WITH LANDLORD.3. ALL STREET LIGHT POLES USING THE SHROUD/CONCEALMENTDESIGN WILL BE RELOCATED & WILL REQUIRE A NEW REINFORCEDFOUNDATION. REFERENCE STRUCTURAL PLANS.4. CONTRACTOR TO FIELD VERIFY EXACT HAND HOLE LOCATION.5. PROPOSED CONDUIT SHALL BE INSTALLED BY OPEN CUT METHODONLY. TRENCH CUT SHALL BE BACKFILLED AND COMPACTED PERCITY OF CHINO HILLS STANDARDS.NEW UTILITY SERVICE FROM TELCO POC TO VERIZON WIRELESSINSTALLED FIBER PULL BOX TO BE DETERMINED BY UTILITYPROVIDER. UPON SERVICE CONTRACT AWARD, THE FIBERPROVIDER WILL DESIGN, CONSTRUCT, AND INSTALL UTILITYINFRASTRUCTURE UNDER THEIR RIGHTS/SEPARATE PERMIT ANDWILL COORDINATE SERVICE ACTIVATION WITH VERIZON WIRELESS.UNDERGROUND UTILITIES NOTE:THE LOCATIONS AND EXISTENCE OF ANY UNDERGROUND PIPES,STRUCTURES OR CONDUITS SHOWN ON THIS PLAN WERE OBTAINEDBY A SEARCH OF AVAILABLE RECORDS AND ARE APPROXIMATE.THERE MAY BE EXISTING UTILITIES OTHER THAN THOSE SHOWN ONTHIS PLAN. THE CONTRACTOR IS REQUIRED TO TAKEPRECAUTIONARY MEASURES TO PROTECT THE UTILITY LINESSHOWN AND ANY OTHER LINES SHOWN ON THIS PLAN.TELCOPOWERGASWATERSEWERSTORM DRAINOILPHONECABLE T T T T GGGGGGWWWWWW SEWER SEWER SDSDSDSDOIL E E E E UTILITY LEGENDPHONEPHONECABLE TVCABLE TVN.T.S.TRENCH BACKFILL AND REPAIR1" MINIMUM THICKNESS AC (D2-PG 64-10)PLACED NO LATER THAN 5 DAYS AFTERBASE PAVINGBASE COURSE AC (C2-PG 64-10)EXISTING PLUS 1"TEE CUTTEE CUTAC MUST BEREMOVED ANDREPLACEDEXISTING PAVED SURFACEC.A.B. MATCH EXISTING BASETHICKNESS (6" MIN. THICKNESS)95% RELATIVE COMPACTIONNOTE:BACKFILL SHALL BE PLACED WITHIN 48HOURS OF OPENING TRENCH, ORSOONER WHEN REQUIRED BY CITYENGINEER, ALL COMPACTION EXCEPT ASNOTED SHALL HAVE 90% RELATIVECOMPACTION.BEDDING PER CITY STD. FORSPECIFIC UTILITY INSTALLED.±41'-11" C/L OF BAYBERRY DRIVE > MEASURED ALONG C/L OF PEYTON DRIVEEXISTING STREET LIGHTTO BE RELOCATED3'-0"1 ' - 6 " 4 ' - 1 0 "3'-0"1 ' - 9 "A-2VERIZON CONTRACTOR WILL INSTALL A NEWREINFORCED FOUNDATION AND WILL REPLACEEXISTING STREET LIGHT POLE. REFER TOSTRUCTURAL PLANS.NOTE:STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS AND CALCULATIONSPROVIDED BY OTHERS.VERIZON CONTRACTOR TOREPLACE EXISTING STREET LIGHTWITH A NEW 30" X 30" 24'-0" AGLCOMMSCOPE POLE CAB.244/296 NOTICERadio frequency fields beyondthis point may exceed the FCCgeneral public exposure limit.Obey all posted signs and site guidelinesfor working in radio frequencyenvironments.VERIZON WIRELESS: 866-264-6620In accordance with Federal Communications Commission rules on radiofrequency emissions 47 CFR 1.1307(b)Workers shall maintain a minimumapproach distance of 16 inches.PROPOSED ELEVATIONSSCL CHINO HILLS 1215857-15919 PEYTONDRIVECHINO HILLS, CA 91709CITY OF CHINO HILLS -COMMSCOPE POLE CABNOTE: THE ORIGINAL SIZE OF THIS PLAN IS 24" X 36". SCALE RATIO IS NOT VALID FOR REDUCED OR ENLARGED SHEET SIZES SHEET TITLE:ISSUE STATUS15505 SAND CANYON AVENUE IRVINE, CA 92618 DESCRIPTIONDATEBYRJREV090% CD10/22/2018SMALL CELL PROJECTPRELIMINARYNOT FORCONSTRUCTIONRMd7, LLC10590 West Ocean Air Dr. Suite 300San Diego, CA 92130858·964·7439FOR SUBMITTALDATE: 10/22/2018CONTRACTOR NOTES:1. NEW BREAKER BOX TO BE USED FOR EQUIPMENT SHUT OFF.2. EXACT EQUIPMENT LOCATION MAY BE ADJUSTED TO MEETSYSTEM REQUIREMENTS.3. CONTRACTOR TO FIELD VERIFY EXACT HAND HOLE LOCATION.4. STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS AND CALCULATIONS PROVIDED BYVERIZON CONTRACTOR.PROPOSED ELEVATION23/8" = 1'-0" (24x36)(OR)SCALE:3/16" = 1'-0" (11x17)01'2'3'13/8" = 1'-0" (24x36)(OR)SCALE:3/16" = 1'-0" (11x17)01'2'3' GENERAL NOTESMAKE READY NOTESEXISTING ELEVATIONRAD CENTER OF NEWVERIZON WIRELESS ANTENNAELEV. 26'-3" (26.2') AGLTOP OF NEW COMMSCOPE POLE CABELEV. 24'-0" (24.0') AGLBOTTOM OF NEWVERIZON WIRELESS ANTENNAELEV. 25'-1" (25.08') AGLTOP OF NEWVERIZON WIRELESS ANTENNAELEV. 27'-5" (27.4') AGLVERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE(1) 17" X 30" (FIBER) PULL BOX.NEW VERIZON WIRELESS GROUNDNEW VERIZON WIRELESS COAXNEW VERIZON WIRELESS POWER(1) 1" VERIZON WIRELESS POWER(1) 2" VERIZONWIRELESS FIBERVERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACEA 12" DIA. X 28.7" CANISTER ANTENNA ONNEW 30" X 30", 24'-0" COMMSCOPE POLE CAB.4'-0"8" DIA.VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE(3) RADIO UNIT'S, (2) DIPLEXERS AND (1)PSU WITH (1) METER SOCKET ANDDISCONNECT SWITCH INSIDE BASE OFNEW 30" X 30" COMMSCOPE POLE CAB.30"TOP OF EXISTING BSL STREET LIGHTELEV. 24'-0" (24.0') AGLTOP OF EXISTING STREET LIGHT SENSORELEV. 26'-0" (26.0') AGLGRADE LEVELELEV. 0'-0" (0.0') AGLGRADE LEVELELEV. 0'-0" (0.0') AGLTOP OF NEW RF NOTICE SIGNAGEELEV. 22'-1" (22.08') AGLA-37'-0"NEW POLE FOUNDATION, STRUCTURALDESIGN, ENGINEERING ANDCALCULATIONS OF NEW POLE ANDFOUNDATION BY OTHERS.VERIZON CONTRACTOR TOREPLACE EXISTING STREET LIGHTWITH A NEW 30" X 30" 24'-0" AGLCOMMSCOPE POLE CAB.EXISTING SECONDARYPOWER TO BE REMOVEDAND REROUTEUNDERGROUND.1. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO REPLACE EXISTING STREET LIGHTWITH A NEW 30" X 30", 24'-0" AGL COMMSCOPE POLE CAB.2. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO INSTALL A 12" DIA. X 28.7" CANISTERANTENNA ON NEW COMMSCOPE POLE CAB. REFER TO SHEET A-6.3. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO INSTALL (1) METER SOCKET AND (1)DISCONNECT SWITCH FOR POWER INSIDE BASE OF NEWCOMMSCOPE POLE CAB.4. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE (3) RADIO UNIT'S INSIDE BASEOF NEW COMMSCOPE POLE CAB. REFER TO SHEET A-6.5. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE (1) PSU INSIDE BASE OF NEWCOMMSCOPE POLE CAB. REFER TO SHEET A-6.6. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE (1) 17" X 30" X 18" PULL BOXFOR FIBER. REFER TO SHEET A-7.7. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE (1) RF NOTICE SIGNAGE. REFERTO SHEET A-7.8. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE (2) DIPLEXER'S MOUNTEDINSIDE COMMSCOPE POLE CAB. REFER TO SHEET A-6.9. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO REMOVE AND REROUTE SECONDARYPOWER UNDERGROUND.10.45" DIA.245/296 PROPOSED ELEVATIONSSCL CHINO HILLS 1215857-15919 PEYTONDRIVECHINO HILLS, CA 91709CITY OF CHINO HILLS -COMMSCOPE POLE CABNOTE: THE ORIGINAL SIZE OF THIS PLAN IS 24" X 36". SCALE RATIO IS NOT VALID FOR REDUCED OR ENLARGED SHEET SIZES SHEET TITLE:ISSUE STATUS15505 SAND CANYON AVENUE IRVINE, CA 92618 DESCRIPTIONDATEBYRJREV090% CD10/22/2018SMALL CELL PROJECTPRELIMINARYNOT FORCONSTRUCTIONRMd7, LLC10590 West Ocean Air Dr. Suite 300San Diego, CA 92130858·964·7439FOR SUBMITTALDATE: 10/22/2018CONTRACTOR NOTES:1. NEW BREAKER BOX TO BE USED FOR EQUIPMENT SHUT OFF.2. EXACT EQUIPMENT LOCATION MAY BE ADJUSTED TO MEETSYSTEM REQUIREMENTS.3. CONTRACTOR TO FIELD VERIFY EXACT HAND HOLE LOCATION.4. STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS AND CALCULATIONS PROVIDED BYVERIZON CONTRACTOR.PROPOSED ELEVATION23/8" = 1'-0" (24x36)(OR)SCALE:3/16" = 1'-0" (11x17)01'2'3'13/8" = 1'-0" (24x36)(OR)SCALE:3/16" = 1'-0" (11x17)01'2'3' GENERAL NOTESMAKE READY NOTESEXISTING ELEVATIONRAD CENTER OF NEWVERIZON WIRELESS ANTENNAELEV. 26'-3" (26.2') AGLTOP OF NEW COMMSCOPE POLE CABELEV. 24'-0" (24.0') AGLBOTTOM OF NEWVERIZON WIRELESS ANTENNAELEV. 25'-1" (25.08') AGLTOP OF NEWVERIZON WIRELESS ANTENNAELEV. 27'-5" (27.4') AGLVERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE(1) 17" X 30" (FIBER) PULL BOX.NEW VERIZON WIRELESS GROUNDNEW VERIZON WIRELESS COAXNEW VERIZON WIRELESS POWER(1) 1" VERIZON WIRELESS POWER(1) 2" VERIZONWIRELESS FIBERVERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACEA 12" DIA. X 28.7" CANISTER ANTENNA ONNEW 30" X 30", 24'-0" COMMSCOPE POLE CAB.4'-0"8" DIA.VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE(3) RADIO UNIT'S, (2) DIPLEXERS AND (1)PSU WITH (1) METER SOCKET ANDDISCONNECT SWITCH INSIDE BASE OFNEW 30" X 30" COMMSCOPE POLE CAB.30"TOP OF EXISTING BSL STREET LIGHTELEV. 24'-0" (24.0') AGLTOP OF EXISTING STREET LIGHT SENSORELEV. 26'-0" (26.0') AGLGRADE LEVELELEV. 0'-0" (0.0') AGLTOP OF NEW RF NOTICE SIGNAGEELEV. 22'-1" (22.08') AGLA-47'-0"GRADE LEVELELEV. 0'-0" (0.0') AGLNEW POLE FOUNDATION, STRUCTURALDESIGN, ENGINEERING ANDCALCULATIONS OF NEW POLE ANDFOUNDATION BY OTHERS.1. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO REPLACE EXISTING STREET LIGHTWITH A NEW 30" X 30", 24'-0" AGL COMMSCOPE POLE CAB.2. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO INSTALL A 12" DIA. X 28.7" CANISTERANTENNA ON NEW COMMSCOPE POLE CAB. REFER TO SHEET A-6.3. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO INSTALL (1) METER SOCKET AND (1)DISCONNECT SWITCH FOR POWER INSIDE BASE OF NEWCOMMSCOPE POLE CAB.4. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE (3) RADIO UNIT'S INSIDE BASEOF NEW COMMSCOPE POLE CAB. REFER TO SHEET A-6.5. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE (1) PSU INSIDE BASE OF NEWCOMMSCOPE POLE CAB. REFER TO SHEET A-6.6. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE (1) 17" X 30" X 18" PULL BOXFOR FIBER. REFER TO SHEET A-7.7. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE (1) RF NOTICE SIGNAGE. REFERTO SHEET A-7.8. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO PLACE (2) DIPLEXER'S MOUNTEDINSIDE COMMSCOPE POLE CAB. REFER TO SHEET A-6.9. VERIZON CONTRACTOR TO REMOVE AND REROUTE SECONDARYPOWER UNDERGROUND.VERIZON CONTRACTOR TOREPLACE EXISTING STREET LIGHTWITH A NEW 30" X 30" 24'-0" AGLCOMMSCOPE POLE CAB.EXISTING SECONDARYPOWER TO BE REMOVEDAND REROUTEUNDERGROUND.10.45" DIA.246/296 SITE LOCATION PHOTOSSCL CHINO HILLS 1215857-15919 PEYTONDRIVECHINO HILLS, CA 91709CITY OF CHINO HILLS -COMMSCOPE POLE CABNOTE: THE ORIGINAL SIZE OF THIS PLAN IS 24" X 36". SCALE RATIO IS NOT VALID FOR REDUCED OR ENLARGED SHEET SIZES SHEET TITLE:ISSUE STATUS15505 SAND CANYON AVENUE IRVINE, CA 92618 DESCRIPTIONDATEBYRJREV090% CD10/22/2018SMALL CELL PROJECTPRELIMINARYNOT FORCONSTRUCTIONRMd7, LLC10590 West Ocean Air Dr. Suite 300San Diego, CA 92130858·964·7439FOR SUBMITTALDATE: 10/22/2018PROPOSED SITE LOCATION (LOOKING SOUTHEAST)2N.T.S.SCALE1N.T.S.SCALEPROPOSED SITE LOCATION (LOOKING EAST)N/A3N.T.S.SCALEID TAG #4140931EA-5247/296 RADIO UNIT DETAILNOTE:USE MANUFACTURER SUPPLIEDMOUNTING BRACKET HARDWARE FORRADIO UNIT ATTACHMENT.RADIO UNIT SPECIFICATIONS:MANUFACTURER: ERICSSONMODEL: RADIO UNIT 2203HEIGHT: 7.87"WIDTH: 7.87"DEPTH: 3.93"WEIGHT: 9.92 LBS7.87"SIDE VIEWFRONT VIEWTOP VIEW3.93"7.87"DIPLEXER DETAILDIPLEXER SPECIFICATIONS:MANUFACTURER: COMMSCOPEMODEL: CBC1923T-43 | E14F55P15HEIGHT: 8.3"WIDTH: 4.6"DEPTH: 1.8"WEIGHT: 4.3 LBS.1.8" 8.3"3.4"Ø11mm7.6"8.3"4.5"FRONT VIEWTOP VIEWBOTTOM VIEWSIDE VIEWBACK VIEWØ 12.0"28.7"FRONT VIEWTOP VIEWANTENNA DETAILANTENNA SPECIFICATIONS:MANUFACTURER: COMMSCOPEMODEL: NNVVSSP-360S-FMHEIGHT: 28.7"DIA: 12.0"WEIGHT: 26.7 LBS.DETAILS6N.T.S.SCALE7.04"2.68"12.99"2.68"7.04"PSU SPECIFICATIONS:MODEL: PSU AC 08HEIGHT: 2.68"WIDTH: 12.99"DEPTH: 7.04"WEIGHT: 11.5 LBS.NOTE:THE PSU IS REQUIRED FOR THE AC POWERINPUT OPTION. THE PSU CONVERTS RADIOUNIT'S INPUT MAIN POWER 100 - 250V AC TO-48V DC AND IS INSTALLED ON THE BACK OFTHE RADIO UNIT.FRONT VIEWTOP VIEWSIDE VIEWPSU DETAIL1N.T.S.SCALE2N.T.S.SCALE3N.T.S.SCALEA-64N.T.S.SCALE5N.T.S.SCALENOT USEDRADIO UNIT SPECIFICATIONS:MANUFACTURER: ERICSSONMODEL: 8843HEIGHT: 18.0"WIDTH: 13.2"DEPTH: 11.3"WEIGHT: 75 LBSNOTE:USE MANUFACTURER SUPPLIEDMOUNTING BRACKET HARDWARE FORRADIO UNIT ATTACHMENT.13.2"11.3"18"13.2"18"11.3"TOP VIEWFRONT VIEWSIDE VIEWRADIO UNIT DETAILSCL CHINO HILLS 1215857-15919 PEYTONDRIVECHINO HILLS, CA 91709CITY OF CHINO HILLS -COMMSCOPE POLE CABNOTE: THE ORIGINAL SIZE OF THIS PLAN IS 24" X 36". SCALE RATIO IS NOT VALID FOR REDUCED OR ENLARGED SHEET SIZES SHEET TITLE:ISSUE STATUS15505 SAND CANYON AVENUE IRVINE, CA 92618 DESCRIPTIONDATEBYRJREV090% CD10/22/2018SMALL CELL PROJECTPRELIMINARYNOT FORCONSTRUCTIONRMd7, LLC10590 West Ocean Air Dr. Suite 300San Diego, CA 92130858·964·7439FOR SUBMITTALDATE: 10/22/2018248/296 VERIZON WIRELESS TO INSTALL SIGNS PER GO95 RULE94.5 APPENDIX H, EXHIBIT A: AT NODE/ANTENNA POLENOTICERadio frequency fields beyond thispoint may exceed the FCC generalpublic exposure limit.Obey all posted signs and site guidelines forworking in radio frequency environments.Workers shall maintain a minimum approachdistance of 16 inches.VERIZON WIRELESS: 866-264-6620In accordance w ith Federa l Commun icat ions Comm iss ion ru les onradio frequency em iss ions 47 CFR 1 .1307(b)NOTE:VERIZON WIRELESS APPROVED CONTRACTOR TO PLACERULE 94 REQUIRED SIGNAGE ON POLE OUT SIDE OFCLIMBING SPACE AND MINIMUM 9'-0” ABOVE GROUNDAND ATTACH SIGN TO POLE PER POLE OWNER/MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS.12"8"RF NOTICE SIGNAGE NOTESAPPENDIX H: ADDITIONAL MARKING REQUIREMENTS:ANTENNA OWNER / OPERATORS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEINSTALLATION AND UPKEEP OF THEIR SIGN OR SIGNS AT EACH JOINTUSE SITE.A. IN ADDITION TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF GO95, RULE 94.5(MARKING). AT A MINIMUM, EACH ANTENNA OWNER / OPERATORWILL ALSO AFFIX A SIGN THAT:a.a. IDENTIFIES THE APPLICABLE FCC EXPOSURE CATEGORY(GENERAL POPULATION/UNCONTROLLED OR OCCUPATIONAL/CONTROLLED).a.b. IDENTIFIES THE FCC'S RECOMMENDED MINIMUM APPROACHDISTANCE AS SET FORTH IN 47 C.F.R.; ANDa.c. IS OF WEATHER AND CORROSION RESISTANT MATERIALB. THE ANTENNA OWNER / OPERATOR WILL PLACE THE SIGN SOTHAT IT IS CLEARLY VISIBLE TO WORKERS WHO OTHERWISECLIMB THE POLE OR ASCEND BY MECHANICAL MEANS AND AFFIXSAID SIGN:a.a. NO LESS THAN (3) FEET BELOW THE ANTENNA (MEASUREDFROM THE BOTTOM OF THE SIGN).a.b. NO LESS THAN (9) FEET ABOVE THE GROUND LINE(MEASURED FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE SIGN).C. THE ANTENNA OWNER / OPERATOR MAY INSTALL A SINGLE SIGNTHAT CONTAINS THE INFORMATION REQUIRED BY: GO 95 RULE 94AND SECTION (A) ABOVE, OR SEPARATE SIGNS, IN THE EVENTONE OR MORE ANTENNAS ARE AFFIXED TO A POLE, EACHANTENNA OWNER / OPERATOR SHALL PROVIDE A SIGN WITHSUFFICIENT INFORMATION TO ALLOW WORKERS TO IDENTIFY ITSANTENNAS.SITE NAME:SCL CHINO HILLS 12RF NOTICE SIGNAGEBAACLCLCL19 1/4"16 1/4"18"32 1/4"30 3/4"B17 3/4"29 1/4"30 1/2"BOLT DOWNVZW (LABEL)POLYMER CONCRETE COVERTOP VIEWSECTION A-ASECTION B-BOPEN BASEPOLYMER CONCRETEBOX A6001429TAX18FLOATING NUT (2X)LOCKDOWNLOCATION (X2)PULL BOX SPECIFICATIONS:17" X 30" X 18" POLYMER CONCRETE BOXDRAWING NUMBER - A6001640APCX18APPROX. WT. = 140 LBS.PULL BOX DETAIL (17" (W) X 30" (L) X 18" (H))SCL CHINO HILLS 1215857-15919 PEYTONDRIVECHINO HILLS, CA 91709CITY OF CHINO HILLS -COMMSCOPE POLE CABNOTE: THE ORIGINAL SIZE OF THIS PLAN IS 24" X 36". SCALE RATIO IS NOT VALID FOR REDUCED OR ENLARGED SHEET SIZES SHEET TITLE:ISSUE STATUS15505 SAND CANYON AVENUE IRVINE, CA 92618 DESCRIPTIONDATEBYRJREV090% CD10/22/2018SMALL CELL PROJECTPRELIMINARYNOT FORCONSTRUCTIONRMd7, LLC10590 West Ocean Air Dr. Suite 300San Diego, CA 92130858·964·7439FOR SUBMITTALDATE: 10/22/2018DETAILS4N.T.S.SCALE2N.T.S.SCALE3N.T.S.SCALENOT USEDNOT USED1N.T.S.SCALEA-7REGRADE & COMPACT SOIL AROUND PULL BOX TO MATCH EXISTINGSLOPE AND COMPACTION. COMPLY WITH MANUFACTURERSSPECIFICATIONS AND PROCEDURES.249/296 WIRING NOTES:1. MIN. CABLE BEND RADIUS IS 5.0 INCHES2. EXOTHERMIC WELD GROUND CONNECTIONS.COAXCOAXVZW FIBERGROUNDGROUNDPOWERPOWER1/2" COAX CABLEHYBRID FLEX CABLEBOND GROUND #2 AWGAC POWERLEGENDNEW VERIZONWIRELESS PULL BOXFINISHED GRADEGROUND BUSS BARVZW FIBERVZW FIBER GROUNDGROUNDGROUNDGROUND GROUNDPOWERPOWER·SEE SHEET E-1 FORELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS.GROUNDVZW FIBERVZW FIBER VZW FIBERPOWERGROUNDGROUNDVZW FIBER GROUND GROUND POWER POWERCOAXCOAXCOAXCOAXCOAXVZW FIBERGROUNDGROUND GROUNDGROUNDVZW FIBER COAXVZW FIBERPOWER VZW FIBERGROUNDGROUND 2203 RADIO UNITPOWERPOWERPOWER 2203 RADIO UNITGROUND RODEXOTHERMICCONNECTIONCOAXTO EXISTING ELECTRICALPOWER PULL BOXCOAXCOAXCOAXCOAXCOAX COAXCOAXCOAXCOAX COAXCOAX8843 RADIO UNIT(2) DIPLEXERSANTENNACOAXCOAXCOAXCOAXCOAXCOAXSCL CHINO HILLS 1215857-15919 PEYTONDRIVECHINO HILLS, CA 91709CITY OF CHINO HILLS -COMMSCOPE POLE CABNOTE: THE ORIGINAL SIZE OF THIS PLAN IS 24" X 36". SCALE RATIO IS NOT VALID FOR REDUCED OR ENLARGED SHEET SIZES SHEET TITLE:ISSUE STATUS15505 SAND CANYON AVENUE IRVINE, CA 92618 DESCRIPTIONDATEBYRJREV090% CD10/22/2018SMALL CELL PROJECTPRELIMINARYNOT FORCONSTRUCTIONRMd7, LLC10590 West Ocean Air Dr. Suite 300San Diego, CA 92130858·964·7439FOR SUBMITTALDATE: 10/22/2018DETAILS4N.T.S.SCALE2N.T.S.SCALE3N.T.S.SCALENOT USEDNOT USEDA-8PLUMBING DIAGRAM250/296 SCL CHINO HILLS 1215857-15919 PEYTONDRIVECHINO HILLS, CA 91709CITY OF CHINO HILLS -COMMSCOPE POLE CABNOTE: THE ORIGINAL SIZE OF THIS PLAN IS 24" X 36". SCALE RATIO IS NOT VALID FOR REDUCED OR ENLARGED SHEET SIZES SHEET TITLE:ISSUE STATUS15505 SAND CANYON AVENUE IRVINE, CA 92618 DESCRIPTIONDATEBYRJREV090% CD10/22/2018SMALL CELL PROJECTPRELIMINARYNOT FORCONSTRUCTIONRMd7, LLC10590 West Ocean Air Dr. Suite 300San Diego, CA 92130858·964·7439FOR SUBMITTALDATE: 10/22/20181N.T.S.SCALERFDS PLUMBING DIAGRAMSRFDS PLUMBINGDIAGRAMSRF-1251/296 SCL CHINO HILLS 1215857-15919 PEYTONDRIVECHINO HILLS, CA 91709CITY OF CHINO HILLS -COMMSCOPE POLE CABNOTE: THE ORIGINAL SIZE OF THIS PLAN IS 24" X 36". SCALE RATIO IS NOT VALID FOR REDUCED OR ENLARGED SHEET SIZES SHEET TITLE:ISSUE STATUS15505 SAND CANYON AVENUE IRVINE, CA 92618 DESCRIPTIONDATEBYRJREV090% CD10/22/2018SMALL CELL PROJECTPRELIMINARYNOT FORCONSTRUCTIONRMd7, LLC10590 West Ocean Air Dr. Suite 300San Diego, CA 92130858·964·7439FOR SUBMITTALDATE: 10/22/2018ELECTRICALNOTESELECTRICAL NOTES3N.T.S.SCALEN.T.S.SCALE2N.T.S.SCALE1N.T.S.SCALENOT USEDNOT USEDELECTRICAL NOTES:1. ALL ELECTRICAL WORK SHALL BE PREFORMED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS, 2016 CEC AND ALL APPLICABLE LOCAL CODE.2. CONDUIT ROUTINGS ARE SCHEMATIC, SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL INSTALL CONDUITS SO THAT ACCESS TO EQUIPMENT IS NOT BLOCKED.3. WIRING RACEWAY AND SUPPORT METHODS AND MATERIALS SHALL COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE NEC.4. ALL CIRCUITS SHALL BE SEGREGATED AND MAINTAIN MINIMUM CABLE SEPARATION AS REQUIRED BY THE NEC AND G.O.95.5. CABLES SHALL NOT BE ROUTED THROUGH LADDER-STYLE CABLE TRY RUNGS.6. EACH END OF EVERY POWER PHASE CONDUCTOR (I.E, HOTS), GROUNDING, AND T1 CONDUCTOR AND CABLE SHALL BE LABELED WITH COLOR-CODE INSULATION AND ELECTRICAL TAPE(3M BRAND, 1/2INCH PLASTIC ELECTRICAL TAPE WITH UV PROTECTION, OR EQUAL). THE IDENTIFICATION METHOD SHALL CONFORM WITH NEC AND OSHA.7. ALL ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS SHALL BE CLEARLY LABELED WITH ENGRAVED LAMCOID PLASTIC LABELS. ALL EQUIPMENT SHALL BE LABELED WITH THEIR VOLTAGE RATING, PHASE CONFIGURATION,POWER OR CAPACITY RATING, AND BRANCH CIRCUIT ID NUMBERS (I.E., PANEL BORED AND CIRCUIT ID'S).8. PANEL BOARDS (ID NUMBER) AND INTERNAL CIRCUIT BREAKERS (CIRCUIT ID NUMBERS) SHALL BE CLEARLY LABELED WITH ENGRAVED LAMCOID PLASTIC LABELS.9. ALL TIE WRAPS SHALL BE CUT FLUSH WITH APPROVED CUTTING TOOL TO REMOVE SHARP EDGES. POWER, CONTROL, AND EQUIPMENT GROUND WIRING IN TUBING OR CONDUIT SHALL BE SINGLECONDUCTOR (14# AWG OR LARGER), 600 V, OIL RESISTANT THIN OR THWN-2, CLASS B STRANDED COPPER CABLE RATED FOR 90 °C (WET AND DRY) OPERATION; LISTED OR LABELED FOR THE LOCATIONAND THE RACEWAY SYSTEM USED, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.10. SUPPLEMENTAL EQUIPMENT GROUNDING WIRING LOCATED INDOORS SHALL BE SINGLE CONDUCTOR (#6AWG OR LARGER), 600 V, OIL RESISTANT THHN OR THWN-2 GREEN INSULATION, CLASS BSTRANDED COPPER CABLE RATED FOR 90 °C (WET AND DRY) OPERATION; LISTED OR LABELED FOR THE LOCATION AND THE RACEWAY SYSTEM USED, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.11. POWER AND CONTROL WIRING, NOT IN TUBING OR CONDUIT, SHALL BE MULTI-CONDUCTOR, TYPE TC CABLE (#14 AWG OR LARGER0, 600 V, OIL RESISTANT THIN OR THWN-2, CLASS B STRANDEDCOPPER CABLE RATED FOR 90 °C (WET AND DRY) OPERATION; LISTED OR LABELED FOR THE LOCATION AND THE RACEWAY SYSTEM USED, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.12. ALL POWER AND GROUNDING CONNECTIONS SHALL BE CRIMP-STYLE, COMPRESSION WIRE LUGS AND WIRENUTS BY THOMAS AND BETTS (OR EQUAL). LUGS AND WIRENUTS SHALL BE RATED FOROPERATION AT NO LESS THAN 75°C (90°C IF AVAILABLE).13. RACEWAY AND CABLES TRAY SHALL BE LISTED OR LABELED FOR ELECTRICAL USE IN ACCORDANCE WITH NEMA, UL, ANSI/IEEE, AND NEC.14. ELECTRICAL METALLIC TUBING (EMT) OR RIGID NONMETALLIC CONDUIT (I.E., RIGID PVC SCHEDULE 40, OR RIGID PVC SCHEDULE 80 FOR LOCATIONS SUBJECT TO PHYSICAL DAMAGE) SHALL BE USEDFOR EXPOSED INDOOR LOCATIONS. "IF APPLICABLE".15. ELECTRICAL METALLIC TUBING (EMT), ELECTRICAL NONMETALLIC TUBING (ENT), OR RIGID NONMETALLIC CONDUIT (RIGID PVC, SCHEDULE 40) SHALL BE USED FOR CONCEALED INDOOR LOCATION. "IFAPPLICABLE".16. GALVANIZED STEEL INTERMEDIATE METALLIC (IMC) SHALL BE USED FOR OUTDOOR LOCATIONS ABOVE GRADE.17. RIGID NONMETALLIC CONDUIT (I.E., RIGID SCHEDULE 40 OR RIGID SCHEDULE 80) SHALL BE USED UNDERGROUND: DIRECT BURIED, IN AREAS OF OCCASIONAL LIGHT VEHICLE TRAFFIC OR ENCASED INREINFORCED CONCRETE IN AREAS OF HEAVY VEHICLE TRAFFIC.18. LIQUID-TIGHT FLEXIBLE METALLIC CONDUIT (LIQUID TIGHT FLEX) SHALL BE USED INDOORS AND OUTDOORS, WHERE VIBRATION OCCURS OR FLEXIBILITY IS NEEDED.19. CONDUIT AND TUBING FITTINGS SHALL BE THREADED OR COMPRESSION TYPE AND APPROVED FOR THE LOCATION USED. SET SCREW FITTINGS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE.20. CABINETS, BOXES AND WIREWAYS SHALL BE LISTED OR LABELED FOR ELECTRICAL USE IN ACCORDANCE WITH NEMA, UL, ANSI/ IEEE, AND NEC.21. WIREWAYS SHALL BE EPOXY-COATED 9GRAY) AND INCLUDE A HINGED COVER, DESIGNED TO SWING OPEN DOWNWARD; SHALL BE CONDUIT TYPE E (OR EQUAL): AND RATED NEMA 1 (OR BETTER)INDOORS, OR NEMA 3R (OR BETTER) OUTDOORS.22. EQUIPMENT CABINETS, TERMINAL BOXES, AND JUNCTION BOXES SHALL BE GALVANIZED, OR EPOXY-COATED SHEET STEEL, SHALL MEET OR EXCEED UL 50, AND RATED 1 (OR BETTER) INDOORS, ORNEMA 3R (OR BETTER) OUTDOORS.23. METAL RECEPTACLE, SWITCH, AND DEVICE BOXES SHALL BE GALVANIZED, EPOXY-COATED, OR NON-CORRODING: SHALL MEET OR EXCEED UL 514A AND NEMA OS 1; AND RATED NEMA 1 (OR BETTER)INDOORS, OR WETHER PROTECTED (WP OR BETTER) OUTDOORS.24. NONMETALLIC RECEPTACLE, SWITCH, AND DEVICE BOXES SHALL MEET OR EXCEED NEMA OS 2; AND RATED NEMA 1 (OR BETTER) INDOORS, OR WEATHER PROTECTED (WP OR BETTER) OUTDOORS.25. THE SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY AND OBTAIN NECESSARY AUTHORIZATION FROM THE CONTRACTOR BEFORE COMMENCING WORK ON THE AC POWER DISTRIBUTION PANELS.26. THE SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE NECESSARY TAGGING ON THE BREAKERS, CABLES AND DISTRIBUTION PANELS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE APPLICATION CODES AND STANDARDS TOSAFEGUARD AGAINST LIFE AND PROPERTY.ELECTRICAL NOTES:1. THE SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL REVIEW AND INSPECT THE EXISTING FACILITY GROUNDING SYSTEM AND LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM (AS NEEDED AND INSTALLED) FOR STRICT COMPLIANCE WITHTHE NEC (AS ADOPTED BY THE AHJ), THE SITE-SPECIFIC (UL, LPI, OR NFPA) LIGHTING PROTECTION CODE, AND GENERAL COMPLIANCE WITH TIA GROUNDING STANDARDS. THE SUBCONTRACTOR SHALLREPORT ANY VIOLATIONS OR ADVERSE FINDINGS TO THE CONTRACTOR FOR RESOLUTION.2. ALL GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEMS (INCLUDING TELECOMMUNICATION, RADIO, LIGHTNING PROTECTION, AND AC POWER GES'S) SHALL BE BONDED TOGETHER, AT OR BELOW GRADE, BY TWO ORMORE COPPER BONDING CONDUCTORS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NEC.3. THE SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL PERFORM IEEE FALL-OF-POTENTIAL RESISTANCE TO EARTH TESTING(PER IEEE 110D AND 81) FOR NEW GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEMS. THE SUBCONTRACTOR SHALLFURNISH AND INSTALL SUPPLEMENTAL GROUND ELECTRODES AS NEEDED TO ACHIEVE A TEST RESULT OF 5 OHMS OR LESS.4. METAL RACEWAY SHALL NOT BE USED AS THE NEC REQUIRED EQUIPMENT GROUND CONDUCTOR. STRANDED COPPER CONDUCTORS WITH GREEN INSULATION, SIZED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NEC,SHALL BE FURNISHED AND INSTALLED WITH THE POWER CIRCUITS TO BTS EQUIPMENT.5. EACH BTS CABINET FRAME SHALL BE DIRECTLY CONNECTED TO THE MASTER GROUND BAR WITH GREEN INSULATED SUPPLEMENTAL EQUIPMENT GROUND WIRES, 6 AWG STRANDED COPPER ORLARGER FOR INDOOR BTS; 2 AWG STRANDED COPPER FOR OUTDOOR BTS.6. EXOTHERMIC WELDS SHALL BE USED FOR ALL GROUNDING CONNECTIONS BELOW GRADE.7. APPROVED ANTIOXIDANT COATINGS (I.E., CONDUCTIVE GEL OR PASTE) SHALL BE USED ON ALL COMPRESSION AND BOLTED GROUND CONNECTIONS.8. ICE BRIDGE BONDING CONDUCTORS SHALL BE EXOTHERMICALLY BONDED OR BOLTED TO THE BRIDGE AND THE TOWER GROUND BAR.9. ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR OR COPPER CLAD STEEL CONDUCTOR SHALL NOT BE USED FOR GROUNDING CONNECTIONS.10. MISCELLANEOUS ELECTRICAL AND NON-ELECTRICAL METAL BOXES, FRAMES AND SUPPORTS SHALL BE BONDED TO THE GROUND RING, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NEC.11. METAL CONDUIT AND TRAY SHALL BE GROUNDED AND MADE ELECTRICALLY CONTINUES WITH LISTED BONDING FITTINGS OR BY BONDING ACROSS THE DISCONTINUITY WITH 6 AWG COPPER WIRE ULAPPROVED GROUNDING TYPE CONDUIT CLAMPS.E-1252/296 SCL CHINO HILLS 1215857-15919 PEYTONDRIVECHINO HILLS, CA 91709CITY OF CHINO HILLS -COMMSCOPE POLE CABNOTE: THE ORIGINAL SIZE OF THIS PLAN IS 24" X 36". SCALE RATIO IS NOT VALID FOR REDUCED OR ENLARGED SHEET SIZES SHEET TITLE:ISSUE STATUS15505 SAND CANYON AVENUE IRVINE, CA 92618 DESCRIPTIONDATEBYRJREV090% CD10/22/2018SMALL CELL PROJECTPRELIMINARYNOT FORCONSTRUCTIONRMd7, LLC10590 West Ocean Air Dr. Suite 300San Diego, CA 92130858·964·7439FOR SUBMITTALDATE: 10/22/2018GROUNDING NOTES,DIAGRAM, & DETAILS6N.T.S.SCALE5N.T.S.SCALE4N.T.S.SCALE3N.T.S.SCALE1N.T.S.SCALE2N.T.S.SCALE1. ALL ELECTRICAL WORK SHALL BE PERFORMED INACCORDANCE WITH THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTIONSPECIFICATIONS AND ALL APPLICABLE LOCAL CODES.2. ALL GROUNDING SHALL CONFORM TO THE CURRENTWIRELESS STANDARDS.3. CONDUIT ROUTINGS ARE SCHEMATIC. CONTRACTOR SHALLINSTALL CONDUITS SO THAT ACCESS TO EQUIPMENT IS NOTBLOCKED.4. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROPERLYSEQUENCING GROUNDING AND UNDERGROUND CONDUITINSTALLATION AS TO PREVENT ANY LOSS OF CONTINUITY INTHE GROUNDING SYSTEM OR DAMAGE TO THE CONDUIT.5. RRU ENCLOSURES WILL BE PROVIDED WITH INTERNALGROUND BAR. FOR COMPLETE INTERNAL WIRING ANDARRANGEMENT REFER TO DRAWINGS PROVIDED BYEQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER.6. ALL GROUND CONNECTIONS BELOW GRADE SHALL BEEXOTHERMIC (CADWELD).7. ALL GROUND CONNECTIONS ABOVE GRADE SHALL BEFORMED USING TWO (2) HIGH PRESS CRIMPS.8. ALL EXOTHERMIC CONNECTIONS TO THE GROUND RODSSHALL START AT THE TOP & HAVE A VERTICAL SEPARATIONOF 6" FOR EVERY ADDITIONAL CONNECTION.9. ALL GROUNDING CONNECTORS TO BE CLEAN AND FREE OFPAINT AT THEIR MATING SURFACES AND INSTALL PERMANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS. ALL EXTERIORGROUND CONNECTIONS SHALL BE COATED WITH ACORROSION RESISTANT MATERIAL10. ALL EXTERIOR GROUND CONDUCTORS SHALL BE #2 AWG TINPLATED COPPER UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED.11. GROUND RODS SHALL BE STAINLESS STEEL OR COPPERCLAD STEEL, 5/8"Ø 10 FT. LONG, AND SHALL BE DRIVENVERTICALLY WITH THEIR TOPS 24" BELOW FINAL GRADE OR 6"MINIMUM BELOW THE FROST LINE.12. CONNECTIONS TO THE GROUND BUSS SHALL NOT BEDOUBLED UP OR STACKED. BACK TO BACK CONNECTIONS ONOPPOSITE SIDES OF THE GROUND BUS ARE PERMITTED.13. USE OF 90 DEG. BENDS IN THE PROTECTION GROUNDINGCONDUCTORS SHALL BE AVOIDED WITH 45 DEG. BENDS CANBE ADEQUATELY SUPPORTED.14. INSTALL GROUND CONDUCTORS AND GROUND ROD MINIMUMOF 1'-0" FROM EQUIPMENT CONCRETE PAD, SPREAD FOOTING,OR FENCE.15. OBSERVE N.E.C. AND LOCAL UTILITY REQUIREMENTS FORELECTRICAL SERVICE GROUNDING.16. GROUNDING ATTACHMENT TO METAL LIGHT STANDARD(WHEN APPLICABLE) SHALL BE AS PER MANUFACTURER'SRECOMMENDATIONS OR AT GROUNDING POINTS PROVIDED (2MINIMUM)17. MAXIMUM RESISTANCE OF THE COMPLETED GROUND SYSTEMSHALL NOT EXCEED 5 OHMS.18. MAXIMUM BENDING RADIUS FOR GROUNDING CONDUCTORSIS 8" WHEN BENDING IS NECESSARY. GROUND CONDUCTORSARE TO BE AS STRAIGHT AS POSSIBLE.19. NO SPLICES PERMITTED IN GROUND CONDUCTORS.20. ENSURE ALL MECHANICAL CONNECTORS ARE TORQUED TOTHE MANUFACTURER'S SPECIFIED VALUES.21. GROUND BARS SHALL NOT BE FIELD MODIFIED.22. USE PAN SCHEME FOR LOADING ON MGB AS DISCUSSED INNSTD 119, 33 & 36.23. ALL METALLIC PARTS OF THE INSTALLATION ON THE POLESHALL BE BONDED TOGETHER AND GROUNDED.24. A COPPER GROUND WIRE, #6 AWG MINIMUM SIZE, SHALL BEINSTALLED FROM THE BASE OR FEEDLINE CONNECTIONPOINT OF THE ANTENNA TO A GROUND ROD AT THE BASE OFTHE POLE OR RRU ENCLOSURE. THIS GROUND WIRE SHALLBE LOCATED ON THE SAME FACE OF THE POLE AND BEADJACENT TO THE ANTENNAS FEEDLINE CONDUIT. THEGROUND WIRE SHALL BE PERMANENTLY CONNECTED TO THEGROUND ROD.25. VERIFY EXISTING GROUND ROD OR PROVIDE ACOMMUNICATIONS GROUND ROD, 10 FT. IN LENGTHGROUNDING NOTESTYPE SS TYPE HS TYPE HATYPE VSTYPE GL LUGTYPE TATYPE XATYPE GTTYPE GRTYPE PGTYPE VBTEE OF HORIZONTALRUN AND TAPCABLES.THROUGH CABLE TOTOP OF GROUNDROD.CABLE TAP DOWN AT 45° TOVERTICAL STEEL SURFACEOR SIDE OF HORIZONTAL ORVERTICAL PIPE.HORIZONTAL CABLETAP TO HORIZONTALSTEEL SURFACE ORPIPE. CABLE OFFSURFACE.CABLE TAP TO TOPGROUND ROD.TYPICAL EXOTHERMIC CONNECTORSTO ANTENNASRX0TX0RX1COAX CABLE GROUNDING DETAILNOTES:1. DO NOT INSTALL CABLE GROUND KIT AT A BEND AND ALWAYS DIRECTGROUND WIRE DOWN TO GROUND BAR.2. GROUNDING KIT SHALL BE ANDREW SUREGROUND TYPE KIT WITHTWO-HOLE LUG.3. WEATHER PROOFING SHALL BE TWO-PART TAPE KIT, COLD SHRINK SHALLNOT BE USED.12" TO 24"CONNECTION OF CABLE GROUND KIT TO ANTENNA CABLEANTENNA CABLEWEATHERPROOFINGKIT (SEE NOTE 3)CABLE GROUND KIT#6 AWG STRANDED COPPER GROUNDWIRE GROUNDED TO GROUND BAR(SEE NOTE 1 & 2)2 1/2"Ø MAX.NOTES:1. DO NOT INSTALL CABLE GROUND KIT AT A BEND ANDALWAYS DIRECT GROUND WIRE DOWN TO ANTENNAGROUND BAR.2. WEATHER PROOFING SHALL BE ANDREWS. (TYPE & PARTNUMBER AS SUPPLIED OR RECOMMENDED BY CABLEMANUFACTURER.)JUMPER REQUIRED ONLYFOR 1 5/8"Ø COAX OR FOREASE OF CONNECTION -TYP.CONNECTORWEATHERPROOFING KIT, -TYP.(SEE NOTE 2)WEATHERPROOFING KIT-TYP.STANDARD GROUND KIT-TYP. (SEE DETAIL)ANTENNA CABLE, -TYP.#6 AWG, -TYP.COLLECTION GROUND BAR (AGB)MOUNTED BEHIND ANTENNA#2 AWG STRANDED, INSULATEDCOPPER CONDUCTOR TO MGBCOAX CABLE GROUND WIRE TO COLLECTION GROUND BAR (AGB) DETAILCOLLECTION GROUND BAR (AGB)MASTER GROUND BAR (MGB)#2 AWG STRANDED JUMPER W/SHORT BAREL COMPRESSION LUGS(T&B #54205 OR #5407), USE STARWASHERS, LOCK WASHERS, ANDSHEET METAL SCREWS TO SECURETO EXTERNAL GROUND BAR BYCONTRACTOR.COAXIAL GROUND KITS W/ LONGBARREL COMPRESSION LUGS W/(2) 3/8"Ø BOLTS AND LOCK WASHERS,(TYP.) SUPPLIED ANDINSTALLED BY CONTRACTOR.7/16" DIA. (TYP.)4" x 10" x 1/4" THK. COPPER GROUND BAR W/ 4"INSULATED STAND OFF.(HANGER #GBI-14410) SUPPLY ANDINSTALL BY CONTRACTOR#2/0 AWG INSULATED STRANDEDCOPPER CONDUCTOR DOWNLEADTO MASTER GROUND BAR OROTHER FINAL GROUNDING POINT10"4"TWO-HOLE LUG, BOLTED TO GROUND BARUSING 3/8"-16 x 1 1/4"STAINLESS STEEL HEXHEAD BOLTS AND HARDWARE.CAD WELD WITH #2/0 AWG SOLID TINNED BARE CU WIRE OR STRANDEDCU WIRE WITH GREEN, 600V, THHN/THWN INSULATION TO ANTENNASTRUCTURE, BUILDING, RING GROUND OR MGBGROUND BAR ATEQUIPMENT ENCLOSURESTRANDED CU WIRE WITHGREEN, 600V, THHN/THWNINSULATION, SIZE ASSPECIFIEDPANIGROUNDING BAR DETAILSMATERIAL LISTITEMQUANTITYDESCRIPTIONSTOCKNO.1ASREQUIREDPLASTIC MOLDING 1/2" X 8"-2ASREQUIREDMOLDING STAPLES 3/4" X 2-3/4"3ASREQUIRED#4 BARE COPPER-CLAD STEEL CONDUCTOR41GROUND ROD CLAMP 5/8"5 1GROUND ROD 5/8" X 10'-0"PROCEDURE1.GROUND WIRE MOLDING: MOLDING SHALL BE INSTALLED OVER THE GROUNDWIRE TO PROTECT THE LINEWORKER, THE WIRE AND THE PUBLIC. SEE DETAIL 1.EXTEND THE PLASTIC MOLDING AT LEAST TWO INCHES BELOW THE GROUNDLINE.2.GROUND WIRE: THE GROUND WIRE SHALL BE ONE CONTINUOUS LENGTH.INSERT GROUND WIRE FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE GROUND CLAMP AND BENDOVER THE CLAMP BEFORE TIGHTENING. CONNECT TO SECONDARY OR SERVICENEUTRAL. ON THE POLE, PLACE THE GROUND WIRE IN THE QUADRANT BETWEENTHE POLE FACE AND THE SECONDARY OR SERVICE NEUTRAL. SEE DETAIL 1.3.GROUND ROD: DRIVE THE GROUND ROD IN FIRM UNDISTURBED EARTH, SEEDETAIL 2.----GROUNDING ROD DETAILMGB GROUND ROD5E-2EXOTHERMICCONNECTION2E-2ANTENNA GROUND BAR (AGB)MOUNTED BELOW ANTENNA4E-2GROUND ANTENNA WITH COAXIALGROUNDING KIT TO GROUND BAR@ TOP OF POLE, -TYP.3E-2ANTENNA PER PLAN,-TYP. MASTER GROUNDBAR (MGB)4E-2LEGENDANTENNA GROUND BARAGBMASTER GROUND BARMGBCADWELDMECHANICAL CONNECTIONGROUND#2 AWG STRANDEDGREEN INSULATEDCOPPER CONDUCTORFROM AGB TO MGB.#2/O BARE SOLID TINCOPPER CONDUCTORFOR FINAL LEAD TOEXOTHERMIC WELDCONNECTION TO GROUNDROD. MIN. 24" BELOWGRADE OR 6" BELOWLOCAL FROSTLINE.AGBANTENNA TRANSITIONSHROUD, -TYP.RADIO UNITS PER PLAN,INSIDE COMMSCOPEPOLE CAB, -TYP.TYPICAL GROUNDING DIAGRAMCURBGROUND WIRE ANDMOLDINGCLIMBINGSPACEFACE OF POLE, MARKEDWITH SETTING GAIN(NOTCH)123145CONNECT TOSECONDARYOR SERVICENEUTRAL1245312"MIN.24"STREET LIGHTPOLEDETAIL 2DETAIL 1E-2253/296 ©2018 Google MapsLOCATION VIEW 1 SCLCHINO HILLS 12 ACCURACY OF PHOTO SIMULATION BASED UPON INFORMATION PROVIDED BY PROJECT APPLICANT. 15857-15919 PEYTON DRIVE, CHINO HILLS, CA 91709 EXISTING LOOKING NORTHWEST PROPOSED LOOKING NORTHWEST NEW CANISTER ANTENNA ON NEW 24'-0" (24.0' AGL) STREET LIGHT. NEW 30" X 30" COMMSCOPE POLE CAB WITH EQUIPMENT INSIDE NEW (FIBER) PULL BOX 254/296 ©2018 Google MapsLOCATION VIEW 2 SCLCHINO HILLS 12 ACCURACY OF PHOTO SIMULATION BASED UPON INFORMATION PROVIDED BY PROJECT APPLICANT. 15857-15919 PEYTON DRIVE, CHINO HILLS, CA 91709 EXISTING LOOKING SOUTHWEST PROPOSED LOOKING SOUTHWEST NEW CANISTER ANTENNA ON NEW 24'-0" (24.0' AGL) STREET LIGHT. NEW 30" X 30" COMMSCOPE POLE CAB WITH EQUIPMENT INSIDE NEW (FIBER) PULL BOX 255/296 ©2018 Google MapsLOCATION VIEW 3 SCLCHINO HILLS 12 ACCURACY OF PHOTO SIMULATION BASED UPON INFORMATION PROVIDED BY PROJECT APPLICANT. 15857-15919 PEYTON DRIVE, CHINO HILLS, CA 91709 EXISTING LOOKING SOUTH PROPOSED LOOKING SOUTH NEW CANISTER ANTENNA ON NEW 24'-0" (24.0' AGL) STREET LIGHT. NEW 30" X 30" COMMSCOPE POLE CAB WITH EQUIPMENT INSIDE NEW (FIBER) PULL BOX 256/296 Confidential and proprietary material for authorized Verizon Wireless personnel only. Use, disclosure or distribution of this material is not permitted to any unauthorized persons or third parties except by written agreement. 1 SCL Chino Hills 12 Area Map 257/296 256/29 6255/29 6 Confidential and proprietary material for authorized Verizon Wireless personnel only. Use, disclosure or distribution of this material is not permitted to any unauthorized persons or third parties except by written agreement. 2 Without SCL Chino Hills 12 258/296 Confidential and proprietary material for authorized Verizon Wireless personnel only. Use, disclosure or distribution of this material is not permitted to any unauthorized persons or third parties except by written agreement. 3 SCL Chino Hills 12 Individual Coverage 259/296 Confidential and proprietary material for authorized Verizon Wireless personnel only. Use, disclosure or distribution of this material is not permitted to any unauthorized persons or third parties except by written agreement. 4 SCL Chino Hills 12 with neighbors Coverage AWS 260/296 Radio Frequency - Electromagnetic Energy (RF-EME) Jurisdictional Report Site No. SCL Chino Hills 12 Commscope Pole Cab 15857-15919 Peyton Drive Chino Hills, California 91709 San Bernardino County 33° 57' 47.66'' N, -117° 43' 54.15'' W NAD83 EBI Project No. 6218006893 October 31, 2018 Prepared for: Verizon Wireless 15505 Sand Canyon Avenue Building D, First Floor Irvine, CA 92618 Prepared by: 261/296 RF-EME Compliance Report Site No. SCL Chino Hills 12 EBI Project No. 6218006893 15857-15919 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California E B I C o n s u l t i n g TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .................................................................................................................... 1 1.0 INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................... 2 2.0 SITE DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................... 2 3.0 FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) REQUIREMENTS ................................... 3 4.0 WORST-CASE PREDICTIVE MODELING ................................................................................ 5 5.0 MITIGATION/SITE CONTROL OPTIONS ............................................................................... 7 6.0 SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS ............................................................................................ 7 7.0 LIMITATIONS ........................................................................................................................ 7 APPENDICES APPENDIX A CERTIFICATIONS APPENDIX B RADIO FREQUENCY ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY SAFETY / SIGNAGE PLANS APPENDIX C ROOFVIEW® EXPORT FILES 262/296 RF-EME Compliance Report Site No. SCL Chino Hills 12 EBI Project No. 6218006893 15857-15919 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California EBI Consulting  21 B Street  Burlington, MA 01803  1.800.786.2346 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Purpose of Report EnviroBusiness Inc. (dba EBI Consulting) has been contracted by Verizon Wireless to conduct radio frequency electromagnetic (RF-EME) modeling for Verizon Site SCL Chino Hills 12 located at 15857- 15919 Peyton Drive in Chino Hills, California to determine RF-EME exposure levels from proposed Verizon wireless communications equipment at this site. As described in greater detail in Section 2.0 of this report, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has developed Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) Limits for general public exposures and occupational exposures. This report summarizes the results of RF-EME modeling in relation to relevant FCC RF-EME compliance standards for limiting human exposure to RF-EME fields. Statement of Compliance A site is considered out of compliance with FCC regulations if there are areas that exceed the FCC exposure limits and there are no RF hazard mitigation measures in place. Any carrier which has an installation that contributes more than 5% of the applicable MPE must participate in mitigating these RF hazards. As presented in the sections below, based on worst-case predictive modeling, there are no modeled areas on any accessible ground-level walking/working surface related to the proposed antennas that exceed the FCC’s occupational or general public exposure limits at this site. Additionally, there are areas where workers who may be elevated above the ground may be exposed to power densities greater than the occupational limits. Therefore, workers should be informed about the presence and locations of antennas and their associated fields. At the nearest walking/working surfaces to the Verizon antennas, the maximum power density generated by the Verizon antennas is approximately 38.80 percent of the FCC’s general public limit (7.76 percent of the FCC’s occupational limit). Recommended control measures are outlined in Section 5.0 and within a Site Safety Plan (attached); this plan includes instructions to shut down and lockout/tagout this wireless equipment in accordance with Verizon’s standard operating protocol. 263/296 RF-EME Compliance Report Site No. SCL Chino Hills 12 EBI Project No. 6218006893 15857-15919 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California EBI Consulting  21 B Street  Burlington, MA 01803  1.800.786.2346 2 1.0 INTRODUCTION Radio frequency waves are electromagnetic waves from the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum at frequencies lower than visible light and microwaves. The wavelengths of radio waves range from thousands of meters to around 30 centimeters. These wavelengths correspond to frequencies as low as 3 cycles per seconds (or hertz [Hz]) to as high as one gigahertz (one billion cycles per second). Personal Communication (PCS) facilities used by Verizon in this area operate within a frequency range of 850-2100 MHz. Facilities typically consist of: 1) electronic transceivers (the radios or cabinets) connected to wired telephone lines; and 2) antennas that send the wireless signals created by the transceivers to be received by individual subscriber units (PCS telephones). Transceivers are typically connected to antennas by coaxial cables. Because of the short wavelength of PCS services, the antennas require line-of-site paths for good propagation, and are typically installed a distance above ground level. Antennas are constructed to concentrate energy towards the horizon, with as little energy as possible scattered towards the ground or the sky. This design, combined with the low power of PCS facilities, generally results in no possibility for exposure to approach Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) levels, with the exception of in areas in the immediate vicinity of the antennas. MPE limits do not represent levels where a health risk exists, since they are designed to provide a substantial margin of safety. These limits apply for continuous exposures and are intended to provide a prudent margin of safety for all persons, regardless of age, gender, size or health. 2.0 SITE DESCRIPTION This project site includes one (1) omni-directional wireless telecommunication antenna on a light pole located at 15857-15919 Peyton Drive in Chino Hills, California. Verizon Antenna Information (proposed Configuration) Antenna # and Model Frequency (MHz) # of Transmitters Transmit Power (Watts) Azimuth Gain (dBd) Feet above Ground (CL) X Y Z (feet) A1 Commscope NNVVSSP- 360S 850 1900 2100 2100 AWS-3 4 4 4 4 60 80 40 40 OMNI 2.75 7.85 7.85 7.85 26.25 50 50 25.05 The FCC guidelines incorporate two separate tiers of exposure limits that are based upon occupat- ional/controlled exposure limits (for workers) and general population/uncontrolled exposure limits for members of the general public that may be exposed to antenna fields. While access to this site is considered uncontrolled, the analysis has considered exposures with respect to both controlled and uncontrolled limits as an untrained worker may access adjacent rooftop locations. Additional information regarding controlled/uncontrolled exposure limits is provided in Section 3.0. Appendix B presents a site safety plan that provides a plan view of the light pole with antenna locations. 264/296 RF-EME Compliance Report Site No. SCL Chino Hills 12 EBI Project No. 6218006893 15857-15919 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California EBI Consulting  21 B Street  Burlington, MA 01803  1.800.786.2346 3 3.0 FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (FCC) REQUIREMENTS The FCC has established Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) limits for human exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic (RF-EME) energy fields, based on exposure limits recommended by the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP) and, over a wide range of frequencies, the exposure limits developed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE) and adopted by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to replace the 1982 ANSI guidelines. Limits for localized absorption are based on recommendations of both ANSI/IEEE and NCRP. The FCC guidelines incorporate two separate tiers of exposure limits that are based upon occupational/controlled exposure limits (for workers) and general public/uncontrolled exposure limits for members of the general public. Occupational/controlled exposure limits apply to situations in which persons are exposed as a consequence of their employment and in which those persons who are exposed have been made fully aware of the potential for exposure and can exercise control over their exposure. Occupational/ controlled exposure limits also apply where exposure is of a transient nature as a result of incidental passage through a location where exposure levels may be above general public/uncontrolled limits (see below), as long as the exposed person has been made fully aware of the potential for exposure and can exercise control over his or her exposure by leaving the area or by some other appropriate means. General public/uncontrolled exposure limits apply to situations in which the general public may be exposed or in which persons who are exposed as a consequence of their employment may not be made fully aware of the potential for exposure or cannot exercise control over their exposure. Therefore, members of the general public would always be considered under this category when exposure is not employment-related, for example, in the case of a telecommunications tower that exposes persons in a nearby residential area. Table 1 and Figure 1 (below), which are included within the FCC’s OET Bulletin 65, summarize the MPE limits for RF emissions. These limits are designed to provide a substantial margin of safety. They vary by frequency to take into account the different types of equipment that may be in operation at a particular facility and are “time-averaged” limits to reflect different durations resulting from controlled and uncontrolled exposures. The FCC’s MPEs are measured in terms of power (mW) over a unit surface area (cm 2). Known as the power density, the FCC has established an occupational MPE of 5 milliwatts per square centimeter (mW/cm2) and an uncontrolled MPE of 1 mW/cm2 for equipment operating in the 1900 MHz frequency range. For the Verizon equipment operating at 700 MHz or 850 MHz, the FCC’s occupational MPE is 2.83 mW/cm2 and an uncontrolled MPE of 0.57 mW/cm2. These limits are considered protective of these populations. Table 1: Limits for Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) (A) Limits for Occupational/Controlled Exposure Frequency Range (MHz) Electric Field Strength (E) (V/m) Magnetic Field Strength (H) (A/m) Power Density (S) (mW/cm2) Averaging Time [E]2, [H]2, or S (minutes) 0.3-3.0 614 1.63 (100)* 6 3.0-30 1842/f 4.89/f (900/f2)* 6 30-300 61.4 0.163 1.0 6 265/296 RF-EME Compliance Report Site No. SCL Chino Hills 12 EBI Project No. 6218006893 15857-15919 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California EBI Consulting  21 B Street  Burlington, MA 01803  1.800.786.2346 4 Table 1: Limits for Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) (A) Limits for Occupational/Controlled Exposure Frequency Range (MHz) Electric Field Strength (E) (V/m) Magnetic Field Strength (H) (A/m) Power Density (S) (mW/cm2) Averaging Time [E]2, [H]2, or S (minutes) 300-I,500 -- -- f/300 6 1,500-100,000 -- -- 5 6 (B) Limits for General Public/Uncontrolled Exposure Frequency Range (MHz) Electric Field Strength (E) (V/m) Magnetic Field Strength (H) (A/m) Power Density (S) (mW/cm2) Averaging Time [E]2, [H]2, or S (minutes) 0.3-1.34 614 1.63 (100)* 30 1.34-30 824/f 2.19/f (180/f2)* 30 30-300 27.5 0.073 0.2 30 300-I,500 -- -- f/1,500 30 1,500-100,000 -- -- 1.0 30 f = Frequency in (MHz) * Plane-wave equivalent power density Based on the above, the most restrictive thresholds for exposures of unlimited duration to RF energy for several personal wireless services are summarized below: Personal Wireless Service Approximate Frequency Occupational MPE Public MPE Personal Communication (PCS) 1,950 MHz 5.00 mW/cm2 1.00 mW/cm2 Cellular Telephone 870 MHz 2.90 mW/cm2 0.58 mW/cm2 Specialized Mobile Radio 855 MHz 2.85 mW/cm2 0.57 mW/cm2 Most Restrictive Freq, Range 30-300 MHz 1.00 mW/cm2 0.20 mW/cm2 MPE limits are designed to provide a substantial margin of safety. These limits apply for continuous exposures and are intended to provide a prudent margin of safety for all persons, regardless of age, gender, size, or health. Power Density (mW/cm2) 266/296 RF-EME Compliance Report Site No. SCL Chino Hills 12 EBI Project No. 6218006893 15857-15919 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California EBI Consulting  21 B Street  Burlington, MA 01803  1.800.786.2346 5 Personal Communication (PCS) facilities used by Verizon in this area operate within a frequency range of 850-2100 MHz. Facilities typically consist of: 1) electronic transceivers (the radios or cabinets) connected to wired telephone lines; and 2) antennas that send the wireless signals created by the transceivers to be received by individual subscriber units (PCS telephones). Transceivers are typically connected to antennas by coaxial cables. Because of the short wavelength of PCS services, the antennas require line-of-site paths for good propagation, and are typically installed above ground level. Antennas are constructed to concentrate energy towards the horizon, with as little energy as possible scattered towards the ground or the sky. This design, combined with the low power of PCS facilities, generally results in no possibility for exposure to approach Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) levels, with the exception of areas directly in front of the antennas. 4.0 WORST-CASE PREDICTIVE MODELING EBI has performed theoretical modeling using RoofView® software to estimate the worst-case power density at the site ground-level resulting from operation of the antennas. RoofView® is a widely-used predictive modeling program that has been developed by Richard Tell Associates to predict both near field and far field RF power density values for roof-top and tower telecommunications sites produced by vertical collinear antennas that are typically used in the cellular, PCS, paging and other communications services. The models utilize several operational specifications for different types of antennas to produce a plot of spatially-averaged power densities that can be expressed as a percentage of the applicable exposure limit. The modeling is based on worst-case assumptions for the number of antennas and transmitter power. The modeling assumes a maximum 16 radio configuration for the antenna, with a power level of 47.8 dbM (60 watts) per transmitter for 850, 49.0 dbM (80 watts) per transmitter for the 1900 frequencies, and 46.0 dbM (40 watts) per transmitter for the 2100 frequencies in order to provide a worst-case evaluation of predicted MPE levels. The assumptions used in the modeling are based upon information provided by Verizon, and information gathered from other sources. The parameters used for the modeling are summarized in the RoofView® export files presented in Appendix C. There are no other wireless carriers with equipment installed at this site. Based on worst-case predictive modeling, there are no modeled areas on any accessible ground-level walking/working surface related to the proposed Verizon antennas that exceed the FCC’s occupational or general public exposure limits at this site. Additionally, there are areas where workers who may be elevated above the ground may be exposed to power densities greater than the occupational limits. Therefore, workers should be informed about the presence and locations of antennas and their associated fields. At the nearest walking/working surfaces to the Verizon antennas, the maximum power density generated by the Verizon antennas is approximately 38.80 percent of the FCC’s general public limit (7.76 percent of the FCC’s occupational limit). The Site Safety Plan also presents areas where Verizon Wireless antennas contribute greater than 5% of the applicable MPE limit for a site. A site is considered out of compliance with FCC regulations if there are areas that exceed the FCC exposure limits and there are no RF hazard mitigation measures in place. Any carrier which has an installation that contributes more than 5% of the applicable MPE must participate in mitigating these RF hazards. The inputs used in the modeling are summarized in the RoofView® export file presented in Appendix C. A graphical representation of the RoofView® modeling results is presented in Appendix B. It should be noted that RoofView is not suitable for modeling microwave dish antennas; however, these units are 267/296 RF-EME Compliance Report Site No. SCL Chino Hills 12 EBI Project No. 6218006893 15857-15919 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California EBI Consulting  21 B Street  Burlington, MA 01803  1.800.786.2346 6 designed for point-to-point operations at the elevations of the installed equipment rather than ground level coverage. 268/296 RF-EME Compliance Report Site No. SCL Chino Hills 12 EBI Project No. 6218006893 15857-15919 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California EBI Consulting  21 B Street  Burlington, MA 01803  1.800.786.2346 7 5.0 MITIGATION/SITE CONTROL OPTIONS EBI’s modeling indicates that there are no areas in front of the Verizon antennas that exceed the FCC standards for occupational or general public exposure. All exposures above the FCC’s safe limits require that individuals be elevated above the ground. In order to alert people accessing the the pole, a Yellow CAUTION sign is recommended for installation on the pole 10 feet below the antenna bottom. There are no barriers recommended on this site. These protocols and recommended control measures have been summarized and included with a graphic representation of the antennas and associated signage and control areas in a RF-EME Site Safety Plan, which is included as Appendix B. Individuals and workers accessing the roof should be provided with a copy of the attached Site Safety Plan, made aware of the posted signage, and signify their understanding of the Site Safety Plan. Implementation of the signage recommended in the Site Safety Plan and in this report will bring this site into compliance with the FCC’s rules and regulations. 6.0 SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS EBI has prepared a Radiofrequency – Electromagnetic Energy (RF-EME) Compliance Report for telecommunications equipment installed by Verizon Site Number SCL Chino Hills 12 located at 15857- 15919 Peyton Drive in Chino Hills, California to determine worst-case predicted RF-EME exposure levels from wireless communications equipment installed at this site. This report summarizes the results of RF-EME modeling in relation to relevant Federal Communications Commission (FCC) RF-EME compliance standards for limiting human exposure to RF-EME fields. As presented in the sections above, based on the FCC criteria, there are no modeled areas on any accessible ground-level walking/working surface related to the proposed antennas that exceed the FCC’s occupational or general public exposure limits at this site. Additionally, there are areas where workers who may be elevated above the ground may be exposed to power densities greater than the occupational limits. Therefore, workers should be informed about the presence and locations of antennas and their associated fields. Workers should be informed about the presence and locations of antennas and their associated fields. Recommended control measures are outlined in Section 5.0 and within a Site Safety Plan (attached); this plan includes procedures to shut down and lockout/tagout this wireless equipment in accordance with Verizon’s standard operating protocol. 7.0 LIMITATIONS This report was prepared for the use of Verizon Wireless. It was performed in accordance with generally accepted practices of other consultants undertaking similar studies at the same time and in the same locale under like circumstances. The conclusions provided by EBI are based solely on the information provided by the client. The observations in this report are valid on the date of the investigation. Any additional information that becomes available concerning the site should be provided to EBI so that our conclusions may be revised and modified, if necessary. This report has been prepared in accordance with Standard Conditions for Engagement and authorized proposal, both of which are integral parts of this report. No other warranty, expressed or implied, is made. 269/296 RF-EME Compliance Report Site No. SCL Chino Hills 12 EBI Project No. 6218006893 15857-15919 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California EBI Consulting  21 B Street  Burlington, MA 01803  1.800.786.2346 Appendix A Certifications 270/296 RF-EME Compliance Report Site No. SCL Chino Hills 12 EBI Project No. 6218006893 15857-15919 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California EBI Consulting  21 B Street  Burlington, MA 01803  1.800.786.2346 Preparer Certification I, Adam Piombino, state that: I am an employee of EnviroBusiness Inc. (d/b/a EBI Consulting), which provides RF-EME safety and compliance services to the wireless communications industry. I have successfully completed RF-EME safety training, and I am aware of the potential hazards from RF-EME and would be classified “occupational” under the FCC regulations. I am fully aware of and familiar with the Rules and Regulations of both the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) with regard to Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Radiation. I have reviewed the data provided by the client and incorporated it into this Site Compliance Report such that the information contained in this report is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. 271/296 272/296 RF-EME Compliance Report Site No. SCL Chino Hills 12 EBI Project No. 6218006893 15857-15919 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California EBI Consulting  21 B Street  Burlington, MA 01803  1.800.786.2346 Appendix B Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Energy Safety / Signage Plans 273/296 Antenna Face Level Peyton Drive Peyton Drive Ground Level Antenna Face Level Ground Level Down Pole Roofview: Composite Exposure Levels Facility Operator: Verizon Wireless Site Name: Commscope Pole Cab Verizon Site Number: SCL Chino Hills 12 Report Date: 10-31-18 274/296 Peyton Drive Ground Level Roofview: Verizon Exposure Levels Facility Operator: Verizon Wireless Site Name: Commscope Pole Cab Verizon Site Number: SCL Chino Hills 12 Report Date: 10-31-18 275/296 RF-EME Compliance Report Site No. SCL Chino Hills 12 EBI Project No. 6218006893 15857-15919 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California Ground Level Peyton Drive Post 10’ below antenna bottom. Antenna CL 26.25’ AGL Verizon Signage Plan Sign Image Description Posting Instructions Required Signage Notice To Workers Informational sign, used to notify workers that there are active antennas installed and provide guidelines for working in RF environments. Signage Not Required N/A NOC Information Sign Informational sign with NOC Phone Number and Base Transceiver Station (BTS) Number Signage Not Required N/A Blue Notice Sign Used to alert individuals that they are entering an area where the power density emitted from transmitting antennas exceeds the FCC’s maximum permissible exposure limit for the general public but is less than the occupational exposure limit. Signage Not Required N/A Yellow Caution Sign Used to alert individuals that they are entering an area where the power density emitted from transmitting antennas may exceed the FCC’s maximum permissible exposure limit for the general public and the occupational exposure limit. Securely post on the light pole 10’ below the antenna bottom 1 on the pole 10’ below antenna bottom. Red Warning Sign Used to alert individuals that they are entering an area where the power density emitted from the transmitting is substantially above the FCC’s maximum permissible limit for occupational exposure (greater than ten times the Occupational limit). Signage Not Required N/A 276/296 RF-EME Compliance Report Site No. SCL Chino Hills 12 EBI Project No. 6218006893 15857-15919 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills, California Appendix C Roofview® Export File 277/296 StartMapDefinitionRoof Max YRoof Max XMap Max YMap Max XY OffsetX OffsetNumber of AreasenvelopeList Of Areas12012014014020201$AE$81:$ET$200$AE$81:$ET$200$AE$81:$ET$200StartSettingsDataStandardMethodUptimeScale FactorLow ThrLow ColorMid ThrMid ColorHi ThrHi ColorOver ColorAp Ht MultAp Ht Method4211100150045000231.51StartAntennaDataIt is advisable to provide an ID (ant 1) for all antennas(MHz)TransTransCoaxCoaxOtherInputCalc(ft)(ft)(ft)(ft)dBdBWdthUptimeONID Name FreqPowerCountLenTypeLoss PowerPower Mfg ModelX Y Z Type Aper GainPt DirProfileflagVZN A1LTE850604000.5CommscopeNNVVSSP-360S-FM505025.054172.3916672.75360;0ON•VZN A1LTE1900804000.5CommscopeNNVVSSP-360S-FM505025.054172.3916677.85360;0ON•VZN A1LTE2100404000.5CommscopeNNVVSSP-360S-FM505025.054172.3916677.85360;0ON•VZN A1LTE2100404000.5CommscopeNNVVSSP-360S-FM505025.054172.3916677.85360;0ON•StartSymbolDataSymMap MarkerRoof XRoof YMap LabelDescription ( notes for this table only )Sym535AC UnitSample symbolsSym145Roof AccessSym455AC UnitSym4520Ladder278/296 WCF near 15857-15919 Peyton Drive (SCL Chino Hills 12) SCL CHINO HILLS 12 CANDIDATES MAP Proposed location 279/296 280/296 281/296 282/296 283/296 284/296