Cell Phone Towers – They’re Everywhere in Burbank – Here is the List

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Little White Chapel. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

On the City Council agenda tonight is the appeal for the Little White Chapel to have a cell phone antenna on their roof, changing site lines and raising the height of the building.

While the City Council can act on these measures and stop this cell tower, there are already over 100 cell phones antenna site facilities located throughout Burbank.  Most are on major streets, but still near residential aareas — and somre are just mere blocks away from schools.

We have obtained an official ‘unofficial’ list from the City of Burbank, noting  all the cell phone company sites throughout Burbank.

Many of these facilities have been in place for years.  After all, with all the people in Burbank that own cell phones and pads, there has to be numerous facilities that handle all of the information traveling wireless.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. We have them all around us. We have to live with them, if anyone wants to use their cellphone(s), including our emergency responders who use cell communications, too.

    I understand that a percentage of the people adjacent to the Little White Chapel are upset, and yes, I live in the same neighborhood. However, I personally don’t find it as bad as if Burbank was building a nuclear power plant within the city limits. (Does anyone else recall the “soil cleaning” apparatus that was used before Empire Center went in, kicking dust into the air? Now THAT bothered me, on several levels.) If those who don’t want this tower present their argument clearly, politely and factually, perhaps our City Council will act in their favor.

    I just wanted to comment and *thank you* for posting this list of all our cell towers. I’ve seen them disguised in many ways, some of them quite ingeniously. They are a little easier to cope with when they aren’t so obvious, I’ll admit.

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