CELL TOWER DISPUTE
Legal experts weigh-in on cell tower case
Tom Klein
REGIONAL – Six law professors from four universities say the Minnesota Court of Appeals erred in approving construction of a 450-foot cell-phone tower on the edge of the Boundary Waters wilderness … More »
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SteveJacobson

I, myself is in favor of the tower and in fact the higher the better. With all the rich mineral deposits up there (which we can't mine) my compass goes wacky. I will personally utilize the tower for assistance to keep my bearings straight!

Wednesday, August 8, 2012 | Report this