However, due to legal issues, Planning Commission members weren’t allowed to discuss the specifics of the cell tower.
“Because of propriety information – in this packet, supposedly this company has some new technology – they do not want this packet to get out in the open,” said Planning Commission Chairman Bob Brame.
Brame said he sent it to Tim Butler, the Planning Commission’s attorney, for advice. Brame said he was advised by Butler that according to Kentucky Revised States (KRS) 100.987, in these kind of situations, all information except for maps or other information that identifies the location is confidential, and cannot even be released under open records laws.
Effectively, only the location of the proposed cell tower is available to the public.
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