AGL Magazine‘s Wireless Infrastructure Conference will be coming to Irvine Marriott in Irvine, California on April 18, 2013. If you want to know about what’s happening in the trenches of wireless, and where those trenches lead, this is the conference to attend.
AGL’s regional conferences are, in my opinion, one of the best sources . . . → Read More: AGL Magazine’s Wireless Infrastructure Conference: Irvine 4/18/13
California Assembly Bill 162
[Updated March 28, 2013] [Updated March 24, 2013] [Updated March 23, 2013] [Original March 22, 2013]
[Update/Heads-Up: I’ve received a copy of Assembly Member Holden’s Fact Sheet on AB 162, which has been christened the “Broadband Expansion Act.” I’ve rechristened it the “Wireless Industry Gift and Public Exclusion Act of . . . → Read More: Urgent: California 6409(a)/Shot Clock Law Floated in Sacramento
That’s the question that my colleague and friend, John Pestle discusses in his latest blog post at: http://www.varnumlaw.com/blogs/cell-phone-tower/whats-a-cell-tower-lease-worth/
Recommended; interesting reading.
The FCC voted to approve T-Mobile’s application to acquire MetroPCS.
The next step–and perhaps the last real hurdle before the merger can be completed–is an affirmative vote of MetroPCS shareholders during a scheduled April 12 shareholders meeting.
For MetroPCS site landlords, this is a major step towards the shuttering of some 10,000 MetroPCS sites. See . . . → Read More: FCC OKs T-Mobile/MetroPCS Merger: Free Lease Analysis for Landlords
Michael Friedman shared this sad news with members of SCAN NATOA today.
“It is my sad duty to inform you that Carl Pilnick died this morning at his home in Oakland, California after a brief illness. He was 89. “Those of you … knew Carl personally from his participation in SCAN events and from . . . → Read More: Remembering Carl Pilnick
I recently received a phone call from a very senior government rep of a very large wireless carrier. The carrier’s rep called to share his displeasure that the city I frequently work with would not administratively grant approval of what he determined to be subject to Section 6409(a) of the Middle Class Tax Relief Act . . . → Read More: Must Cities Administratively Approve 6409(a) Projects? Nope.