Two young teens dressed up as if for Hallowe'en, one as a pirate, the other with a bat wings hat and a furry spider shirt, hold up a protest sign that reads, "Farley-White, don't be mean, please remove your 877 South Street Cell Tower this Halloween," in front of the site of a cell tower raised in close proximity to residential homes in Pittsfield, Mass.
Youth demonstrate in front of the "Farley White" cell tower raised against the objections of local residents in close proximity to homes in Pittsfield, Mass.; photo courtesy Pittsfield Cell Tower Concerned Citizens, via Facebook.
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Top Left Corner #174: Lenox residents, officials not on same wavelength about cell towers.

Youth demonstrate in front of the "Farley White" cell tower raised against the objections of local residents in close proximity to homes in Pittsfield, Mass.; photo courtesy Pittsfield Cell Tower Concerned Citizens, via Facebook.

We speak with Courtney Giraldi of Pittsfield Cell Tower Concerned Citizens about the current state of play in the battle over responsible, safe cell tower placement in Berkshire County.

Town of Lenox Planning Board Meeting

Tuesday, October 18, 2022, 6:00 p.m.

MEETING AGENDA

Hybrid Meeting

  1. Form A: 279 Under Mountain Rd
  2. Wireless: Discuss mapping work conducted by the Town’s consultant, Isotrope LLC; discuss location preferences and draft bylaw language to prepare for a Special Town Meeting in November (tentative date is 11/17); discuss wireless bylaw content.
  3. Approval of Minutes
    • October 11
  • July 26, August 9, September 13 pending completion
  1. Adjourn

A meeting packet is available on the Town of Lenox Planning Board webpage. It will be available no later than Monday, October 17thhttps://www.townoflenox.com/planning-board

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