ALBANY -- The City Council will review a Planning and Zoning Commission approval of AT&T wireless antennas on the roof of the Sunnyside Cafe at 1495 Solano Ave.

The review will happen after the council returns from summer break, possibly at its Sept. 3 meeting. The review was triggered at the request of Councilwoman Marge Atkinson.

"I feel like I have to support my constituency that feels that a process has to be followed," Atkinson said. "Making sure that everything is in order."

The controversy is the latest in Albany over wireless antennas. Rejection of an AT&T project on San Pablo Avenue led to a lawsuit before plans were revised and approved earlier this year.

The application to be reviewed was for 12 antennas on the roof of the cafe. In April, the Planning and Zoning Commission continued the application pending an engineering review. A dispute arose over whether a third-party review should be done by Peter Gruchawka, the city's wireless consultant, or by someone selected by AT&T. A company hired by AT&T ended up doing the work and that is the basis of citizen complaints, according to Atkinson.

The Planning and Zoning Commission approved the project at its June 26 meeting.