Objecting to a cell site about to be installed in front of a home, five years ago today more than 100 people petitioned Glendale City Council for better zoning protection. In April 2010, after a cell site moratorium, various official hearings and two sets of public meetings, city council enacted a new wireless ordinance that provided greater notices and protections for residential areas of Glendale.[…]
A free talk on health effects of wireless technology, and what families can do, September 2 in Woodland Hills, as Glendale and other Southern California communities have expressed concern about wireless installations.
Burbank, California holds study session on wireless facility siting issues June 14, 2010.
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.
Glendale, California’s Planning Commission to hold public hearing on new draft wireless ordinance Wednesday, January 20, 2010.
Los Angeles area residents struggle with a bureaucracy that doesn’t regulate or oversee cell site installations.