On Tuesday, April 2, the day after WRCA’s general meeting held at Witter Ranch Park, WRCA’s Board of Representatives convened to draft an official response to the City of Sacramento’s Community Development Department regarding AT&T’s February 22 submission of an application to build, operate, and maintain a wireless communications facility at Witter Ranch Park.
WRCA’s response letter expressing conditional endorsement for the proposal was delivered to the office of Kimberly Kaufmann-Brisby, Associate Planner, at the — (More…)
Date: Monday, April 1, 2013 Time: 6:30 – 8 PM (Arrive as early as 6 PM to socialize and order food) 6 to 7:30 PM Location: Round Table Pizza, 3290 Arena Blvd., Suite 600, Sacramento Witter Ranch Park, 3795 Saintsbury Drive (Covered Picnic Area)
6:05 to 7:00 PM Witter Ranch Park Cellular Facility Proposal Presentation As discussed in prior meetings and email communications, Frank Schabarum representing AT&T Mobility (applicant) will present a development — (More…)
On February 22, 2013, as anticipated, AT&T submitted to the City of Sacramento its revised proposal for a wireless communications facility for Witter Ranch Park. The proposal submitted [PDF, 14 MB] includes zone diagrams, a set of photosimulations from four viewing perspectives in the neighborhood plus one from the Arena Blvd. overpass, and an Electromagnetic Frequency (EMF) — (More…)
Our November 2012 meeting has been canceled and we have a new meeting schedule for 2013.
Join Vice Mayor Angelique Ashby and Witter Ranch Community Alliance for a town hall meeting on Thursday, October 11, 2012 from 6 to 8 PM… — (More…)
AT&T Mobility is interested in Witter Ranch Park as a leasing site in which they propose to construct, operate, and maintain a wireless communications facility. As the established neighborhood association that represents the area in which the park is located, Witter Ranch Community Alliance leadership was approached early in the proposal’s life cycle for its feedback. Many hours of meetings and study were conducted between March 2011 and March 2012 to influence the design of the proposed build and to explore opportunities to maximize benefits to the community, all within the context of the principle that if our community is to host such a facility in our neighborhood park, then the benefits to the community must exceed its costs. The aim of this report is to cover all of the pertinent facts: what the proposed facility would look like, why certain design decisions were made, what measures ensure the public’s safety, how WRCA conducted an outreach campaign to maximize awareness of the proposal at this stage with residents nearest the proposed site, what feedback WRCA leadership has received to date, and what position WRCA’s leadership is prepared to take on this proposal. — (More…)
Questions and answers about the proposed AT&T wireless communications facility for Witter Ranch Park — (More…)
On Monday there were a couple of attempted burglaries in North Natomas, including one on Groth Circle in our neighborhood. Here are details and things for which to be watchful… — (More…)