We should all think on the bright side of the cell phone towers infestation
problem and welcome their arrival: When the low earth orbit satelites
obsolete standard cell phone technology, look at all those surplus towers
to be had :-)
At 01:39 PM 2/6/97 +0000, Alfred J. Frugoli wrote:
>The town of Longmeadow MA is in the process of looking at restricting
> where cell phone towers can be erected within their town. Could this
> effect amateur towers in this town? Could Longmeadow's decision set a
> precident that could affect hams in many other communities? I don't
> know much about the story, just that they are looking at restricting
> "towers" in the town to certian areas, e.g. commercial zoned land or
> city property.
> What do people think, should we be concerned? I think it's worth
> looking at.
> I do not live in the town of Longmeadow, but I do live in Mass, and
> what concerns me is that this could set a precident, or a wave of other
> similar restrictions that could cause headaches for hams. How do I go
> about informing the town/committee of the existing laws concerning
> amateur radio towers in this state and federally?
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