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The proposed construction of a 99-foot tall monopine telecommunications tower near Sedona Shadows stalled due to public opposition to the project.

The cell tower proposed by AT&T near Sedona Shadows would look like a pine tree, according to an image provide by a resident, Dan Daggett, who said he received it from AT&T.AT&T Mobility withdrew its request to the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors for the proposed tower in mid-December.

Most recently, AT&T held a public meeting Monday, March 4. Residents were surprised to see a different format other than a public forum. Instead, there were three separate stations with experts answering specific questions individually for those who attended.

For the full story, see the Friday, March 8, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.


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  • Trina Stephenson

    This method of disseminating information is used when companies don't want the public to voice their concerns in a public forum. I have seen it before in controversial projects. I don't think it meets the requirement of conducting a public meeting or forum because the public does not get to hear the other resident's concerns in a public forum for all to hear the answers.

  • Les Gardner

    The reason for most to be in Sedona is communication with themselves, nature and to escape the "conveniences of modern life". Building a cell tower defeats this.

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