Radnor pushes for small cell antennas near the Willows

In his push to pass a proposal to bring small cell transmitters for neighborhoods that lack reliable cell phone coverage, Randor, PA Commissioner Jake Abel brought Crown Castle’s John Shive to speak to the entire board of commissioners. Shive explained that, for Roundhill, Inverary and Ravenscliff, "Crown Castle would use the sites of some of the exiting street lights in the right-of-ways. He showed a picture of street light/small cell antennas that the company installed in Princeton, N.J., another upscale community, as an example of what the new small cells would look like. Shive promised to work with residents through the homeowners’ associations for the installations."

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