It was tall and well-lit, and in my avionics' obstruction database, but it also was the controlling obstacle
for the 2700-foot minimum vectoring altitude to the north of my destination, the direction from which I was arriving.
The procedure has a visual climb over airport (VCOA) to mitigate the non-standard climb gradient when the controlling obstacle
is more than 3nm from the departure end of runway.
It's a controlling obstacle
for my descent when arriving from that direction, and local ATC usually won't clear me any lower than 2700 feet until I'm past it.
This means the missed should be charted way back by WIMET, which makes much more sense since the controlling obstacle
could be the 328-foot tower just inside WIMET.
In other words, if flying at the MEF value, you could be only 301 feet above the controlling obstacle