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Google calls for information superhighway, with fiber-optic conduit a part of every road construction project.
New research on cell towers shows link to health effects as wireless carriers push for more sites and offer femtocells.
San Francisco Board of Supervisors upholds appeal filed by citizens against T-Mobile installation in Sunset District.
Glendale, California ordinance is cited by other California communities as a model for better wireless infrastructure regulation.
Cell tower siting controversies across the country in Maryland.
The wireless industry announcement on the FCC “shot-clock” ruling, mentioning state and local opposition.
Articles covering aspects of the FCC’s proposed open internet rules were under the Sunroom Desk Paperweight last week.
Glendale, California’s Public Works Counsel, in a report to the city council back in June 2009, anticipated the FCC’s move to assist in overriding local zoning procedures with respect to cell towers and stated that the FCC does not have jurisdiction or authority to do so.
More cell towers and spectrum are needed to keep up with wireless broadband and data usage, which is skyrocketing as smartphones replace cell phones.