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, […]
Glendale, California joins Arlington, Texas and other municipalities in Fifth Circuit Appeal of FCC ‘shot clock’ ruling.
Burbank, California considers new cell site application process.
Burbank, California holds study session on wireless facility siting issues June 14, 2010.
December 2009 investment report on mobile internet market cites health and environmental concerns with cell tower and mentions Los Angeles, California and Portland, Oregon.
Law firm which represented Glendale, California on the FCC wireless facility siting issue has a summary of cell phone and cell tower concerns on its website.
FCC considers possible health effects of cell towers outside the scope of its proceedings related to speeding deployment of mobile broadband capacity.
Under the Sunroom Desk paperweight are articles on the FCC’s “shot-clock” ruling on cell tower siting, and its progress toward a 2010 National Broadband Plan.
The wireless industry announcement on the FCC “shot-clock” ruling, mentioning state and local opposition.
The FCC will consider at its November 18 open meeting a wireless industry petition to expedite local zoning hearings for cell sites. Glendale, California has joined with other cities to oppose the petition.