The increased demand for wireless services means that street lights, utility poles, buildings, and more are now home to small wireless facilities. Top telecommunications attorney Adam Simon stops by our regular meeting to discuss how municipalities can regulate these small cells. We also go "In the Zone" with Greg Jones for the latest in economic development from Ancel Glink's land use newsletter. Questions? Show ideas? Email us email@example.com! Subscribe to "In the Zone," Ancel Glink's land use newsletter! firstname.lastname@example.org
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