Friday, July 18, 2014
Why did Nancy Navarro make this representation to the City of Rockville in 2008.
The documents below are a submission from the Montgomery County Board of Education to the City of Rockville during their zoning code review in 2008. The documents were obtained through a Maryland Public Information Act by the Parents' Coalition.
One of the 5 issues that then Board of Education President, now Councilmember, Nancy Navarro brought to the City of Rockville was that their proposed zoning code would "effectively prohibit cell towers on school sites in the city."
The public comment from the Board of Education submitted with Ms. Navarro's cover letter stated: "Our parents have indicated a strong desire for the Board to maintain good wireless communications within the schools we operate for safety and security."
WHEN did parents ever advocate to the Montgomery County Board of Education for cell towers on public school playgrounds?
WHEN did the Board of Education ever take this position? If the Board of Education never took this position, why did Ms. Navarro put this statement in writing as the position of the Board of Education?