Thursday, August 22, 2013

Residents of Jackson, New Jersey Satisfied After Cell Tower Plan Is Pulled

Wireless Edge Towers had submitted a proposal for 120-foot tower near a residential community and I-95. During a zoning board meeting on August 7th, the company withdrew their application. Even though residents of Jackson were unhappy with the proposed location of the tower, they tried to be flexible by proposing two other locations in Jackson for the cell tower.

Because the members of the community were so vocal about their opposition of this cell tower, Wireless Edge Towers pulled the plan from the proposed location and are now looking for other sites to construct their tower.

Wireless EDGE was formed in 1998 by a group of experienced telecommunications professionals to serve municipalities, public agencies, commercial real property owners and telecommunications carriers with their expertise in the design, development and management of wireless telecommunications facilities.

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