The public hearing begins at 6:30 p.m..
Jacksonville, Fla.-based TowerCom Enterprises is seeking a variance to build the cell tower.
The zoning ordinance requires that the tower be 200 feet from the nearest residential property line. At the closest point, the tower would be 102 feet away from residences.
TowerCom builds cell towers and leases them to mobile phone operators.
The site under consideration is an abandoned subdivision on Panola Road north of Berean Christian Church. The site is outside the limits of the four-mile Greater Hidden Hills Overlay District.
In February, more than 40 people attended an informational meeting about the proposed tower and asked questions about service improvement, spacing of cell towers, and radiation and health impacts.
The second stage of public review is the Zoning Board of Appeals hearing on July 11. For more information, call 770-482-3821.