As reported by staff writer Seth Rosenfeld in the San Francisco Chronicle (Aug 30, 2008, Page C-1), the California Public Utiltiies Commission is investigating whether T-Mobile has been constructing cell sites in Northern California without following local building laws.
The article quotes Susan Carothers, a CPUC spokesperson who said, “CPUC staff is looking into allegations . . . → Read More: CPUC Investigates Allegations of T-Mobile Sites Without Permits
I’ve just uploaded a bunch of new photos to the camouflaged section of the celltowersites.com cell site gallery. To view the photos, just click on the large photo at the top of the page, and then select the camouflage site gallery.
I’ve just added some new photos in the photo gallery. Some interesting camo sites, and some non-camo sites (one of which is a very silly parking lot light standard).
You can visit the gallery by clicking here.
On January 24, 2008 I had the pleasure of presenting my Wireless 101 lecture to the Planning Commission of the City of Oceanside, California. The lecture covers fundamentals of cell tower siting in a non-technical manner. I also use dozens of high-resolution photographs to illustrate the technology. No, I don’t shy away from dealing with . . . → Read More: Wireless 101 Presentation to the City of Oceanside, California