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Small Cells
EMFSA’s interpretation of the City’s decision: What are “minor freestanding cell masts” ? Read as: 4G, 5G and Wi-Fi small cells ‘minor freestanding masts and minor rooftop masts can be installed at or on these sites WITHOUT prior land use APPROVAL from the City or adjacent LAND OWNERS’ Provisions to allow for the installation of...
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To read the full article please see the pdf link: 40925_CATALANO ET AL-SEPT-OCT 2019 ML – 5G ARTICLE – 9-3-2019
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Many consider 5G small cell installations to be at best an eye sore and at worst a serious health risk By Catherine Sbeglia on AUGUST 26, 2019 5G, the fifth generation of wireless technology, will give consumers access to more information faster and make businesses more efficient, and will create an unprecedented level connectivity around the world. However, 5G also...
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BY EMILY MIBACH Daily Post Staff Writer Noted from the article: Council members and residents expressed dismay over the aesthetics of the devices (small cell antennas/nodes), along with the noises they make. Nodes aren’t completely banned in residential neighborhoods as an outright ban could lead to lawsuits from cellphone companies. FCC says cities can can’t stop telecoms...
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BY JIM SAUNDERS, THE NEWS-JOURNAL / AUGUST 14, 2019 https://www.govtech.com/network/Florida-Cities-File-Constitutional-Challenge-Over-5G-Rules.html Cities contend state law violates the state Constitution in a variety of ways, including infringing on home-rule powers. Along with fee limits, the cities take issue with tight schedules for review and approval. (TNS) — The Florida League of Cities and three communities this week filed a renewed...
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Source: https://www.bbklaw.com/news-events/news-room/2019/in-the-news/07/partner-gerry-lederer-discusses-cities-5g-challen?utm_source=Social_Media&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=ITN_Gerry_5G_WSJ&utm_content=In_the_News JUL 08, 2019 Communities Are Having a Hard Time Keeping Up with Wiring Permits For the Wall Street Journal article “The Downside of 5G: Overwhelmed Cities, Torn-Up Streets, a Decade Until Completion,” Best Best & Krieger LLP Partner Gerry Lederer discussed the impact of 5G  on communities. In an interview with the newspaper, the telecommunications law attorney...
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Inefficient conversion of RF to digital and continuous connectivity issues are causing thermal problems, threatening signal integrity and reliability. MAY 7TH, 2019 – BY: KEVIN FOGARTY At this point there are many unknowns. Heat is just one more issue, although it is an important one. But how that gets resolved may depend on a lot of other...
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Following are links to two briefs from a lawsuit filed against the FCC by Montgomery County, Maryland. The suit focuses on flaws in the FCC radiofrequency (RF) exposure limits pertinent to small cells and 5G. The exposure limits were adopted by the FCC in 1996 and were designed to protect humans only from short-term thermal...
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Note: this is an American law and people from other countries may adapt it to their disability discrimination laws.   The following ADA Accommodations Request Packet may be used by ES (electrosensitivity) sufferers to apply for reasonable accommodations to help avoid RF radiation from “small cells” and Wi-Fi in public government areas, related to accessibility or...
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