Sprint and the City of Palos Verdes Estates agreed to dismiss the federal court case which has run since 2004. Their motion to dismiss, with prejudice, was approved by the judge and the order was entered on March 30, 2010.
Note: I’ve been one of Palos Verdes Estates experts in this case for years. -jlk
The FCC’s Shot Clock for siting decisions in wireless cases is turning out to be the bad idea that most governments expected it would be. Right now we’re seeing the first round of “Chicken” … The carriers are starting to demand siting decisions on cases because the Shot Clock rule entitles them to sue . . . → Read More: The FCC’s Shot Clock…Now a Game of Chicken
April 8, 2010: The California Wireless Association (CALWA) has released a new video entitled, “You Can’t Have One Without The Other.” The video is a professionally produced 30 second spot, and very factual. To watch the video posted on YouTube, click on the image.
There’s no doubt that the Government’s YouTube response video–yet to be . . . → Read More: New CALWA Video: “You Can’t Have One Without The Other”