Objecting to a cell site about to be installed in front of a home, five years ago today more than 100 people petitioned Glendale City Council for better zoning protection. In April 2010, after a cell site moratorium, various official hearings and two sets of public meetings, city council enacted a new wireless ordinance that provided greater notices and protections for residential areas of Glendale.[…]
Glendale, California ordinance is cited by other California communities as a model for better wireless infrastructure regulation.
As Glendale, California enacts a new wireless ordinance, Sunroom Desk blog updates links to community reports, staff research, government hearings, and other resources on wireless facility siting issues.
Glendale, California set to approve new wireless ordinance regulating cell site installations throughout the city, after April 6 public hearing.
Glendale, California group Glendale Organized Against Cell Towers issues report recommending support of Glendale’s new wireless ordinance at city council hearing April 6, 2010.
Glendale, California group Glendale Organized Against Cell Towers reviews the city’s draft wireless ordinance ahead of the April 6 City Council hearing.
Glendale, California will consider a new ordinance regulating installations of wireless telecommunications facilities on private property and along the public right-of-way at its April 6, 2010 city council meeting.
Glendale, California group advises homeowners on next steps to ensure protective ordinance regulating cell site installations in residential areas.
Glendale, California Planning Commission approves zoning amendments to the city’s wireless ordinance, hears testimony on public right-of-way wireless installations.
More Los Angeles Neighborhood Councils call for a moratorium on wireless installations and a new ordinance; Glendale, California finalizes its wireless ordinance tonight at a Planning Commission hearing.