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Resident continues protest against cell tower

While an Auburn cell phone tower is nearing completion, one resident and former City Council member is showing his continuing dislike of the project. At the end of March the Aubur ...

Council approves AT&T monopine

Auburn can expect to see a new monopine cell phone tower in the near future. In a unanimous vote Monday night the Auburn City Council approved a height variance for the 78-foot AT ...

AT&T danced around tower queries

When I moved here a year ago today, I had no idea I would be thrust into a cell tower debate (Journal, March 17). I feel that it is my duty as a citizen of Auburn to attempt to rai ...

AT&T violates neighbor policy

AT&T is the only cell phone company that has ever had a cell tower installation appealed to the City Council. Every other cell company provides service to their Auburn customers w ...

Residents disagree about 78-foot cell phone tower

Proponents and opponents of a 78-foot monopine AT&T cell phone tower spoke their minds about the proposed project Wednesday night. AT&T hosted a community meeting at 6:30 p.m. in ...

Public meeting chance for insight on AT&T

Auburn residents can learn more about AT&T’s hopes for the city at a public meeting this week. The meeting is scheduled for 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Rose Room at City Hal ...

Erect monopine in a practical spot

This letter is in response to the Auburn Journal editorial “Auburn needs monopine,” (Our View, Feb. 13). Not all area residents are against having a cell tower. I am not again ...

Monopine a safety net

I agree that Auburn needs the AT&T monopine for a very important reason: safety (Our View, Feb. 13). There are many spots in the canyon where my AT&T iPhone does not get service, ...

Our View: Auburn needs monopine

Auburn is evolving and its technology should, too. A 78-foot cell phone tower somewhat disguised as a pine tree is a small price to pay to bring the city up to speed with the Int ...

AT&T speaks out about potential monopine

An AT&T representative says a potential 78-foot Borland Avenue monopine cell phone tower would not only improve reception, but also bring a stronger wireless infrastructure to the ...

Public meeting to address cell tower tension

Auburn residents can voice their concerns and get some answers at an upcoming public meeting regarding a possible 80-foot cell phone tower on Borland Avenue. According to Jacob Re ...

Give cell tower positive reception

I have been noting the discussion in the Journal concerning the proposed cell phone tower and had to toss in my two cents’ worth (Journal, Jan. 18). I am an AT&T customer — ha ...

Cell tower continued again

Borland Avenue residents and business owners still don’t know if a 78-foot monopine cell phone tower will rise in their neighborhood. The Auburn City Council continued the topic ...

Auburn home to slow Internet

A big thank you and lots of kudos to Joy Gonzales for writing about us Auburnites (Reader Input, Dec. 1) living in the dark ages by still having to resort to a dial-up connection s ...

Cell tower issue continued

City Council members won’t be discussing a potential cell phone tower for Borland Avenue at Monday’s meeting. Although the members voted Nov. 8 to continue the issue to tonigh ...