Cell sites proliferating in Los Angeles while citizens and neighborhood councils continue to urge better zoning control.
Sunroom Desk interview with LA City Councilmember Paul Krekorian on cell site regulations in Los Angeles.
Cell sites continue to proliferate along public right-of-ways in Los Angeles with little notice or regulation, as citizens cite Glendale, California ordinance as possible model for reform.
Los Angeles Neighborhood Councils call for continued funding of their operations, and a new wireless ordinance offering protection for residential areas and public right-of-way 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.
Los Angeles residents and neighborhood councils call for city action on cell site regulation.
Paul Krekorian’s LA City Council win, special-interest campaign spending by the union representing the LA Department of Water and Power, and the existing city council’s vote last week to raise DWP wages.