California Residents Concerned About Small-Cell Networks
(TNS) — A cellphone company’s plan to rebuild an antenna site in San Anselmo, Calif., is drawing fervent opposition from residents who say they are concerned about negative health effects from wireless technology.
AT&T is seeking a permit to replace its equipment at 32 Red Hill Ave., where the company has two cellular antennas attached to a 62-foot flagpole. Though AT&T hasn’t submitted a formal application to San Anselmo, the company provided the town with a preview of its plan, which calls for replacing the flagpole with a 60-foot pole disguised as a eucalyptus tree and installing nine antennas on the post.
David Nolen Swaim Owner #1070789 Tam Realty || San Anselmo Planning Commissioner tamrealty.com || 415.710.5504