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January 24, 2017

Cell tower proposed on residential property in Bedford

Kimberly Houghton, Union Leader Correspondent

Will Dodge comments on cell tower proposed in Bedford, NH.

Local officials are reviewing a proposal to construct a new cell tower on residential property along Tirrell Road — just two months after a different carrier withdrew its application for a similar facility in town.

Last week, Attorney William Dodge of the law firm Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC presented the proposal to zoning officials, stressing the need for a new tower in the southern portion of town.

“The basic purpose of this facility is to try to improve T-Mobile’s coverage in areas of southern Bedford,” said Dodge, adding the project would enhance coverage along County Road, Wallace Road and Back River Road, and at some local schools.

Read the full Union Leader article.

Local officials are reviewing a proposal to construct a new cell tower on residential property along Tirrell Road — just two months after a different carrier withdrew its application for a similar facility in town. - See more at: http://www.unionleader.com/article/20170124/NEWHAMPSHIRE1408/170129737&source=RSS#sthash.NL0P0NoZ.dpuf
Local officials are reviewing a proposal to construct a new cell tower on residential property along Tirrell Road — just two months after a different carrier withdrew its application for a similar facility in town. - See more at: http://www.unionleader.com/article/20170124/NEWHAMPSHIRE1408/170129737&source=RSS#sthash.NL0P0NoZ.dpuf
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