A mobile phone company is proposing a 125-foot communications tower off McIntosh Road in Palmer Ranch.
Attorney Lauralee Westine is representing T-Mobile and will hold a neighborhood meeting to discuss the plans at 6 p.m., Monday, March 7, at the Covenant Life Presbyterian Church, 8490 McIntosh Road.
The proposed tower would look like a large pine tree, so it doesn’t stand out starkly from the nearby vegetation.
It would reside on county land at 7905 McIntosh Road, which is between Palmer Ranch Boulevard and Deer Creek Boulevard.
Those wishing to attend are asked to RSVP to Westine’s office at (727) 773-2221.
Contact Robin Roy at email@example.com.
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- YOU APPROVE 1 HOW MANY OTHERS!!!
THIS IS SUPPOSEDLY PRESTIGIOUS PALMER RANCH....LET THEM
GO NORTH OF CLARK RD....ENOUGH OF THESE UTILITIES
IMPEDING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY IT'S BAD ENOUGH THE COUNTY PLACED A HUGE HILL ON THE CORNER OF HONOREE
N PALMER RANCH PKWY!!!! ALL WEEDS N GRASS!!!!
WHAT'S NEXT....A SANITARY FILL....COM-ON ENOUGH IS ENOUGH
THIS HAS TO BE STOPPED....LET'S KEEP PA;MER RANCH PRESTIGIOUS.....WHEN I BOUUGHT MY PROPERTY THIS IS WHAT THEY SOLD ME ON!!!!
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