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AT&T hopes for better foothill coverage through challenged merger

A cell phone company is hoping to bring improved service to the foothills, but some local residents are wary about the change. Lane Kasselman, spokesman for AT&T, said the company ...

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 ...

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 ...

Monopine, schmonopine

Here’s a couple of simple suggestions on the proposed monopine (Journal, Feb. 2): 1. Plant a real tree and save money. 2. Communicate face-to-face rather than using a cell phon ...

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 ...