This could be interesting for WBPS, as word has it that they've had a hard time maintaining their directional pattern as it is. I can't imagine what it would be like with dozens of other antennas hanging from the towers!
The site was built in 1980 for John Garabedian's WGTR (1060 Natick), which was upgrading from a 1000-watt non-directional daytimer. WGTR later became WBIV (with a few stops along the way), and then in 1994, the station's physical plant was sold to Douglas Broadcasting, which used them to put WBMA (later WBPS) on the air on 890, leaving 1060 dark.
The former WPBC (99.5) in Pittsfield ME has reappeared as noncommercial WJCX, rebroadcasting the religious programming from KAWZ Twin Falls ID. 99.5 had been dark for a while. Up in Eastport ME, WSHD (91.7) is off the air because the antenna fell off a pole and has not been reinstalled. NERW believes WSHD is the easternmost radio station in the continental US, at 66 deg., 59 min., 24 sec. West longitude.