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City Council Hears Public’s Concerns Over Wireless Facility Installations

Several facets of the telecommunications issues facing the City of Coronado were heard, reviewed and discussed during the City Council meeting of June 4, 2019. Half of the four-hour meeting dealt with the issue, via a unique two-part contrasting presentation, sprinkled with input from concerned residents.The topic kicked off with brief remarks and then a question-and-answer session with Kevin McGee, AT&T Mobility Area Manager for New Site Builds in San Diego, Los Angeles and Hawaii. He was accompanied by Richard Porras, AT&T Assistant Vice President of External Affairs. McGee opened his remarks by apologizing for not being in attendance at the May 21, 2019, meeting when the topic of four cell tower sites was approved by the City Council.McGee reported there are currently four AT&T macro-cell sites in the city, located on top of Sharp

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City Council Hears Public’s Concerns Over Wireless Facility Installations
Updated: June 13, 2019 - 3:01 pm

Several facets of the telecommunications issues facing the City of Coronado were heard, reviewed and discussed during the City Council meeting of June 4, 2019. Half of the four-hour meeting dealt with the issue, via a unique two-part contrasting presentation, sprinkled with input from concerned residents.

The topic kicked off with brief remarks and then a question-and-answer session with Kevin McGee, AT&T Mobility Area Manager for New Site Builds in San Diego, Los Angeles and Hawaii. He was accompanied by Richard Porras, AT&T Assistant Vice President of External Affairs. McGee opened his remarks by apologizing for not being in attendance at the May 21, 2019, meeting when the topic of four cell tower sites was approved by the City Council.

McGee reported there are currently four AT&T macro-cell sites in the city, located on top of Sharp

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