Coulter was not the only neighbor against the proposal.
Clint Casto, whose family also has adjacent property, said he was concerned about aesthetics, property values and health. He said people moved into the area to be away from things like the tower.
"We'd like not to have this in our backyard," he said.
No members of the public spoke in favor of the tower.
The commission decided not to vote on the matter until an updated application had been submitted.
"I think we definitely need to have this corrected," said David Fletcher, a commission member.
Black said that he had already corrected some of the issues Coulter presented. He said he had been rushing to complete the application to submit it in time for Wednesday's meeting.
The commission will discuss the issue at its next meeting at 6 p.m. Oct. 9.
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