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03Dec
2010

Telecommunications: Towers of (Federal) Power

While some telecommunication towers, such as the CN Tower, can offer multiple uses and be heralded as a landmark, other telecommunication towers can be considered a neighbourhood blight. While many local governments in British Columbia are home to a telecommunication installation or cell-phone tower, residents, the Council or the Board may be unaccustomed to the limitations that local governments have in regulating the use and siting, building and geotechnical standards, and health and nuisance impact of such structures.

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