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With Planning Board updates completed, the bylaw is ready for prime time at Thursday night’s special town meeting. But with a two-thirds supermajority required, what are the chances for approval?
Petitions OK'd by the City Council call for the FCC to update its 1996 radiofrequency emissions rules and reevaluate standards relating to cell towers.
A group seeks postponement of a special town meeting vote in Lenox on a zoning bylaw on telecommunications. Meantime, on Thursday, Lenox Citizens for Safe Cell Siting will hold its own informational session at Town Hall and via Zoom to hear speakers “explain what rights Lenox should retain to ensure that our new bylaw will protect the beauty of our town, our health and our property values.”
The Federal Communications Commission has awarded Berkshire Healthcare Systems $835,068 from its COVID-19 Telehealth Program to support its efforts to continue serving patients during the pandemic.
In a presentation to the Lenox Board of Health, retired University of New Hampshire professor details the findings of a state commission on the health and environmental impacts of 5G wireless technology.
“Unpaid citizen experts on a state commission concluded that wireless radiation poses a significant risk to health and the environment."
PITTSFIELD — First came testimony from people who say their lives were upended when a cell tower began transmitting in September.
PITTSFIELD — Though signed, sealed and delivered, a new technical report on a Pittsfield cell tower’s operation isn’t likely to resolve public…
PITTSFIELD — Shawn Serre received a tape recorder as a gift when he was a young boy. It sparked an interest in recording that never has abated.
PITTSFIELD — A report due next week will disclose whether a New Jersey company’s field team detected higher-than-allowed electromagnetic radia…