Thursday, August 2, 2012

Voters Say No to Cell Towers on Public School Property

Citizens in DeKalb County, Georgia actually got to vote on whether or not cell phone towers should be sited on public school grounds.  Their message to their Board of Education? No. 
DeKalb County voters said Tuesday they don't want cell phone towers on public school properties.
In a nonbinding resolution – part of Tuesday's primary election – more than 60 percent of residents voted no to the question: "Should the local or independent school system of DeKalb County or a charter school in DeKalb County place or operate a telecommunications tower on any elementary, middle or high school property?" ,,, 
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