Former Houston Councilmember Rob Todd has been appointed Chairman of the Houston Tower Permit Commission unanimously by the City Council. The City of Houston is the fourth largest in the United States sprawling over 570 square miles in Southeast, Texas and crossing over 5 Counties.
The Tower Permit Commission has jurisdiction over all applications to construct or renew outdoor, open-framed structures such as towers over the height of 60 feet within the Houston city limits as well as within the extra territorial jurisdiction of the City. In his role as Chairman, Todd shall preside over meetings that implement the rules of the Tower Ordinance. Todd has a background in the telecommunications business as well as in law.
In 1998 he voted on the current ordinance while he was on city council and currently an adjunct professor in Legislation at the South Texas College of Law. He also acts as a developer of indoor Distributed Antenna Systems for local, regional and national hospitals, sports stadiums, commonwealth bank personal loan and public venues through his company the Molitoris Group, Inc.