What Will It Take To Bring Cell Coverage to New York’s North Country?
A recent report renewed a decades-long debate over a regulatory requirement that cell towers in Adirondack Park be “substantially invisible.”
Lilah Burke · December 13, 2021
Ive never had my day ruined because I could see a fire tower in the distance orif I could find itbecause I could see a cellular tower, state Senator Dan Stec said. | IMTFI
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