The Towering Inferno

Free Image Hosting at www.ImageShack.us Cell phone companies pay property owners for the right to use their land, and churches can make anywhere from $500 to $1,000 a month for helping to answer dial tones in addition to prayers, service providers say." How did the wireless carriers get by local zoning ordinances, you ask? They sued in state court, claiming that the site where they wanted to put the tower was "uniquely suited to a demonstrated need for services," the paper reported. An appeals court ruled in favor of the wireless industry and the state Supreme Court let that ruling stand. Nancy Moorthy, a resident of Bedminster, N.J., home of AT&T Corp is one of the residents who fought for the last 10 yrs to see these towers not become part of her town. Now it is to late. This is big business folks They are estimating 10 billion annually. Hold onto your seats folks we are in for quite a ride The Towering Inferno:

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