Public Right-of-Way

San Francisco Caves to T-Mobile, Sets Bad Precedent; LA Council Committee Considers New Wireless Rules; Consortium Asks Congress to Change FCC Guidelines

Reports on wireless siting policy battles in Los Angeles and San Francisco; coalition calls for change in FCC wireless exposure guidelines.

Krekorian Supports Review of Sherman Oaks T-Mobile Site; Neighborhood Council Backs Objections to Site 2

Paul Krekorian meets with Sherman Oaks constituents on contested T-Mobile site, supports investigation, new installation rules.

Sherman Oaks Land Use Committee Passes Cell Site Resolution; Krekorian’s Office Lends Support

Sherman Oaks takes up cell site controversy; Krekorian’s office engages with residents, city attorney to craft better notification, oversight.

Cell Tower Siting Controversies in Los Angeles:
Interview with Paul Krekorian, LA Council District 2

Sunroom Desk interview with LA City Councilmember Paul Krekorian on cell site regulations in Los Angeles.

New Permit Process for Public Right-of-Way Wireless Facilities Goes to San Francisco Board of Supervisors 1

San Francisco residents urge restrictions, oversight of public right-of-way wireless antenna installations; new rules go to Board of Supervisors.

Burbank, Sunland-Tujunga Meetings on Cell Tower Siting Target Public Right-of-Way Issues

Cell site meetings in Burbank and Sunland-Tujunga; constituents apply to LA Council Member Krekorian for assistance with T-Mobile installations.

New York City, San Francisco Consider
Stricter Regulation of Cell Sites

New York, San Francisco consider cell site regulations; LA neighborhood protests 52 ft. tower; Glendale ordinance discourages residential installations.