The Supreme Court ruled against Arlington, TX, Glendale and other cities, saying that the FCC has the authority to set “shot clock” deadlines for permitting decisions on new cellphone towers. The Federal Communications Commission set those deadlines in response to wireless industry pressure to speed up the permit process. The […]
Glendale, California was cited in two federal tower siting petitions, one to the U.S. Supreme Court and one to the Federal Communications Commission. Both wireless industry petitions sought federal help in overriding local tower siting delays.
T-Mobile v. Anacortes, Washington Ninth Circuit case burdens local governments seeking to keep cell site installations less intrusive.
Sprint loses six-year legal battle against San Diego County’s wireless ordinance while municipalities around the country cheer the result.
Sprint Telephony files supplemental brief in case before the U.S. Supreme Court on the County of San Diego’s wireless ordinance.
The Glendale, California community group Glendale Organized Against Cell Towers is pleased with the U.S. Solicitor General’s opinion on Sprint PCS v. County of San Diego; the Solicitor General recommended this week that the Supreme Court deny Sprint’s appeal for a hearing.
The U.S. Supreme Court does not deny hearing in the Sprint PCS v. County of San Diego Case; refers it instead to the U.S.Solicitor General.
Large telecom provider Sprint PCS appeals to the Supreme Court to override San Diego County restrictions on residential area cell site installations.