Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Federal Judge Rejects Nextel’s Motion to Build 130’ Tower Outside Pittsburgh

A Federal judge in Pennsylvania has rejected Nextel Communications’ lawsuit to build a 130-foot tower in Ross Township, PA. At the time the judge granted the Ross Township Zoning Board’s motion to uphold its decision to reject the company’s application for a special use exception permit to build the tower
According to court records obtained by poconorecord.com, the decision to reject Nextel/Sprint’s motion came after a protracted battle and lawsuit filed in 2014 by the company to overturn the board’s decision to reject the company’s special exception permit to build the tower. Nextel needs the permit before it can build the tower in Ross Township, a suburb six miles north of Pittsburgh. Continue Reading

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