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AT&T to Cingular Still Problems In Lodi NJ

Discussion in 'Northeastern US Wireless Forum' started by Nascar65, Oct 12, 2005.

  1. jones

    jones Silver Senior Member
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    75 Church st, Lodi is not on their Personal coverage map either,
    but that is a good location.
    is that an apartment building?
     
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    Yes, that's Kennedy Park, & I don't believe there is any cell site at that field.
    I will look closer next time I pass by.
     
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    Thanks, I'm curious if any of them were actually built. All three were baseball fields. RF wanted 150ft, and as there are no tall buildings and not enough room in thoses towns for conventional tower sites, we went with light pole replacements at ball fields. It was a pain, but I'd like to see them follow through on the sites. They would be good colo opportunities for other carriers if T-Mobile builds them beefy enough.
     
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    Fire14 Easy,Cheap & Sleazy
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    I saw a link on this page you posted & it was about fighting cell towers, here is a link to the article from the enviormental lawyer that wrote it & likes to fight these things. http://www.liebermanblecher.com/Celltower.pdf
     
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    The health concerns - don't get me started...

    Just got hit with a flagrantly illegal denial for a conditional use...I won't comment further.

    Anyway, if folks want their phones to work - especially in NJ - they should contact their local municipalities and show up at meetings to fight the rampant NIMBYism and misguided decisions that are happening at the local level.
     
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    Usually the people that go to those meetings are people against cell towers. The NIMBY creatures are species that can be aggressive and violent sometimes. Now, you can imagine the riot that could form if the people supporting the towers were to show up at the meetings as well.
     
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    Yeah, it's a pipe-dream, but stranger things have happened.

    I'm not sure if I'm tilting at windmills or preaching to the choir. I'll stop it and the cliches - ASAP ;)
     

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