Taneytown officials consider limits on installation of small cell wireless technology

The Taneytown, MD Mayor and City Council discussed an ordinance “that would place limits on the implementation of small cell wireless apparatuses erected on public grounds in the city.” The ordinance “would establish a framework for aesthetic criteria that a small-cell provider would have to meet in order to erect such infrastructure, as well as certain procedures the company would need to follow.”

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