I’ve received a copy of Assembly Member Holden’s Fact Sheet on AB 162, which has been christened the “Broadband Expansion Act.” I’ve rechristened it the “Wireless Industry Gift and Public Exclusion Act of 2013.” The quote above opens former consultant to the city of Glendale Jonathan Kramer’s alert on […]
Burbank and Los Angeles move ahead with reviewing new wireless installation ordinances.
Los Angeles releases report on regulating cell sites within city limits; Calabasas enacts wireless facility moratorium.
LA County and City residents outraged by T-Mobile cell tower installed at street corner with no notice.
Burbank, California works on new wireless installation ordinance; sets up temporary zoning amendment requiring CUPs for all facilities.
Glendale, California announces upcoming public hearing April 6, 2010 on new ordinance regulating wireless facility installations.
Glendale, California Planning Commission approves zoning amendments to the city’s wireless ordinance, hears testimony on public right-of-way wireless installations.
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.
FCC grants wireless industry’s shot-clock petition, requiring cell site applications to be acted upon with 90 days for co-locations and 150 days for new applications.