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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Interviews Regarding Cell Tower On Hopewell



John Bogino; Owner of Seven Gables Farm In Milton, GA
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Kay Norvell; Sunnybrook Farms Resident in Milton, GA / Part 1.
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Kay Norvell; Sunnybrook Farms Resident in Milton, GA / Part 2.

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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dear Mr. Bogino,
First, thank you for giving up some of your time to do this interview and give your reasons for wanting the cell tower on your beautiful property.
I would think however that you would like to keep your property beautiful. I certinly
understand these hard economic times, and people have to do what they can to preserve their life style but that is your choice and your choice will effect my quality of life. I would understand if you were in the middle of a business or industrial area, but that is not the case. We all moved here including yourself because of the flavor of our city. I understand that this is very lucrative opportunity for you, we all have the right to earn a living, but not at the expense of others. I would guess that if the situation was reversed, that you would not want a cell tower next to your beautiful farm. The truth is we really do not know if there are health concerns with cell towers. I personally do not want to have my family and pets exposed, and they will be. Nobody knows the long term safety of these towers. If in the future it does turn out that there are adverse effects it will be too late for all of us. T-Mobile is using you for their gain. They could co-locate on other towers that are already erected, but they choose not to do that because they will let other carriers add to their tower. Once you let a telecommunications company in your house you will never get rid of them.

Dear Ms. Norvell,

Thank you for all the time and effort you have put into this. You are an asset to our community. You have become knowledgeable about the alternatives to adding another cell tower to our landscape. I fear that T-Mobile is taking the easy way out. They do not care that they litter our neighborhoods with these metal giants. THEY, don't live here and could care less what happens to our wonderful city. I would guess if AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint, wanted to put a tower next to their homes they would feel as we do. People, don't let T-Mobile fool you, it's the all mighty dollar they are concerned with not the well being of our community. Thank You again Ms Norvell

Anonymous said...

Ms. Norvell is a NIMFY.

Anonymous said...

Here is reality: T Mobile can plan for the future and improve service for it's current and future customers or do nothing and wait till everyone is up in arms over lack of coverage.

Growth is not a bad thing when planned for correctly. There are a ton of people on this blog that make you think we need to go back to the way it was 50 years ago. I have bad news for them: It is not going to happen. Get over it.

Many of us that live in this community use technology to earn a living. Not create it; but use it. If we can not benefit from the technology, more cars will be on the road as people will be forced to commute and go elsewhere to perform their work.

If we as a community truly believe in quality of life, how about making it better for those of us that need improved technology to make our lives easier?

Anonymous said...

Has anyone noticed the cell tower behind Union on new Providence Road? Some have not noticed the "Pine Tree" that is a well concealed tower. With so many families opting for cellular service and wireless internet to replace hard lines, Milton has to stay up to date with technology.

Anonymous said...

Nobody is saying that we should go back to the way it was 50's ago, what we are saying is there is a more appropriate place to put these cell towers. Don't put them in the middle of a residential area. Don't be fooled T-Mobile does not care about anybody's quality of life or well being. None of the T-Mobile people that were at the Community Zoning meeting live in Milton. This will not effect them. It will however effect the residents of Milton. Yes I see the cell tower every time I'm on Providence and no it does not look like a tree. I work from home and utilize many technologies on a daily basis including wireless and have no problems.

Anonymous said...

Does no one get it? Sad but true there is no commercial or industrial land in the ares that the towers are needed!

Anonymous said...

Cell phone towers will be obsolete in 5-10 years due to the new technology that is already in use and being developed. What will Milton due with 15 cell towers when they get through with us after they stop using them? Promising a family income for many many years is misguided as this industry is changing and the technology is getting smaller and smarter every day. And there are real health concerns just as there are with living under power lines. Let's see if our council does what is best for the entire community on this one.

Anonymous said...

google cell phone towers in the united states. our area is MORE THAN covered, we are blanketed. check out the maps and see the range of colors of phone companies that cover our area, pan back and see how many towers there are all over the place, shocking. Ask then, where are these towers placed mostly, and by law, in primarily commercial or industrial areas or where there are no people. Guess what, Milton has 25,000 +/- people and we are a town, and they are not supposed to be putting these things near people, neighborhoods, or small towns. If you were the neighbors of this couple, and your house was in direct line of this tower, would you want it there? Is that why you live here or moved here, to rock in a chair on your front porch and stair at the Georgia pines and the cell tower. Let's put one across the street or next to every city council person and see if they are a go with this. Pretty soon we'll have more trees that are disguised as trees then real trees out here.

Anonymous said...

One question that no one has brought up: What does the City Ordinance say? No matter how much people huff and puff, they may not have a legal leg to stand on.

Just a thought.

Anonymous said...

Or better yet, lets take their cell phones away?

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