Updates from former City of Glendale wireless siting consultant Jonathan Kramer: Assembly Bill 162 Pulled – Will Not Come Back Until At Least 2014 AB 162 has been pulled from this year’s legislative calender… AB 162 is not dead; merely pushed to next year’s legislative calendar. In the update below, […]
I’ve received a copy of Assembly Member Holden’s Fact Sheet on AB 162, which has been christened the “Broadband Expansion Act.” I’ve rechristened it the “Wireless Industry Gift and Public Exclusion Act of 2013.” The quote above opens former consultant to the city of Glendale Jonathan Kramer’s alert on […]
Burbank, California holds study session on wireless facility siting issues June 14, 2010.
Glendale, California wireless ordinance goes into effect; Burbank, Bay Area communities deal with wireless siting, cell phone controversies.
Burbank, California city council will hold a June 14 study session with Glendale consultant Jonathan Kramer and others on wireless installation laws and practices.
Wireless siting consultant Jonathan Kramer keeps busy in Southern California as cell tower controversies erupt. He’s worked in Pasadena, Glendale, and other communities, and now Culver City.
Glendale, California does its homework and has an expert understanding of federal and state laws, and court rulings, that affect local control over wireless facilities siting. The city held the first of three community meetings to discuss its new draft wireless ordinance.
The wireless industry proposed an FCC rule in July 2008 requiring cities to approve or deny cell tower permits within 45 or 75 days.