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Verizon plans two new cell antennas

MLC makes new offer for tower on campus

March 19, 2013

NEW ULM — Verizon Wireless has pulled out of its plans to build a 4G cellular phone tower on Martin Luther College campus due to opposition from neighboring homeowners....

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vikingfan

Mar-19-13 12:40 AM

It seems Tom Berg is against anything...****petition against his business and now cell phone towers. Progress must be a scary thing to some people

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cottoneyejoe

Mar-19-13 1:01 AM

And he lives a block or 2 away so I don't know why it would bother him.

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WhatWasThat

Mar-19-13 8:29 AM

In 2013 many people want to drop landline in their home but cannot because of unreliable cell reception. An attenna will increase property values in the area because now people selling their home have an advantage for those that do not want a landline.

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Integrity

Mar-19-13 9:57 AM

How about a positive: let them put up the tower, if property values do go down (which they won't), you pay less in property taxes!

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JReader

Mar-19-13 10:04 AM

I'd much rather have a cell tower disguised as a tree of flag pole than an old aging water tower in my neighborhood. Placing a tower on a college campus would have no impact on the value of homes. The campus is already there and it's impact has long been felt with local property values. One tower would not change it one bit. Verizon did take the high road on this though.

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