Eagle Watch residents speaking out on cell tower (GA)

Eagle Watch residents are speaking out after hearing a proposed cell tower may soon occupy space in their neighborhood in the Towne Lake community in Woodstock and have received about 802 signatures on a petition opposing the tower.  The Eagle Watch Homeowners’ Association was approached by cell tower company TowerCom to lease a small spot above the main amenity parking lot between the walkway down to the tennis courts and the golf course driving range for a cell tower that would look somewhat like a tree, according to the Eagle Watch Board of Directors.  While the Eagle Watch HOA’s corporate documents allow the board of directors to make the decision on that type of lease, the board decided it was important to have the property owners at Eagle Watch provide their input and direction to the association, directors said.    Read the article…………….


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