-with apologies to B. Traven and then John Huston
It seems that Ridgewood, New Jersey is non-to-happy with AT&T Wireless at the moment.
Can you guess why?
Well, according to a published report on NewJersey.com, it seems like AT&T Wireless decided that it would forgo actually pulling permits for a COW (Cell on Wheels) which it parked and then set up at a local gas station in town.
A portion of the NewJersey.com new report is telling. . .
According to AT&T’s public relations representative Ellen Webner, the tower, called a cell site on wheels or COW, is “in a temporary location while we work with the local community, zoning, on a permanent location.”
She did not comment when asked to explain why the village was not previously notified by AT&T about the tower.
“We are now working with the town through zoning and going through all proper procedures,” Webner said.
I enjoyed Ms. Webner’s use of the word “now” in that last sentence.
– Read the entire story at THIS LINK. Opens in a new window.