Scranton (PA) neighborhood group opposes cell antennaes atop condo building

After opposition arose, Sprint pulled its January zoning application before a hearing could be held, Mr. Sweeney said. Meanwhile, the issue roiled within the condo association, which mailed ballots to residents for a vote, Ms. Renate said. She said while she hasn’t been apprised of the outcome, she has heard that most votes were in favor of the Sprint plan.    Read the article…………


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