The tower went up in a neighborhood that doesn't even have utility poles, and it's killing property values. Michael Di Marco watched in horror as the tower was erected in less than a week. He said that the workers told him it was a light pole, and it was needed for neighborhood security.
Di Marco and town officials found out that a company called NetG Networks put up the tower. NBC contacted NetG, but they would not return their phone calls. According to MSNBC, "Lori Di Marco says she spoke with the company and couldn't believe their reasoning. 'They said FCC... granted them the right to do so and provide communication service, it was a public necessity.'"
So can you imagine a cell phone tower going up on your front lawn and neither the town nor you can stop it? This is better for the company, but not for the Di Marco's or their neighbors. One thing is good about this, is Di Marco should get excellent cell phone reception.