Planning officials are taking a second look at a large amateur radio tower and antenna that stirred up controversy after being installed in a backyard in Riverside’s historic Wood Streets neighborhood.
City historic preservation office staff will go in person to see the tower, which extends up to 57 feet, six inches, and its 39-foot-long horizontal antenna after planning officials decided to reopen the case and review the permit, city Deputy Development Director Emilio Ramirez said Monday.
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