No Cell Tower at 1095 Channing Ave.

Please email City of Palo Alto Planning Department and Roman Catholic Welfare Corp. of San Jose (owner's of propose cell tower site at St. Albert the Great Church at 1095 Channing Ave.) and tell them, you: 1) Oppose the proposed AT&T cell tower at 1095 Channing Ave. 2) Oppose cell towers in R-1 residential neighborhoods. 3) Oppose cell towers closers anywhere near schools, churches, & parks. 4) Oppose the cell tower aesthetics. It doesn't look good or fit in with the environment and character of the neighborhood. It's an blight and eyesore. 5) Devaluation of real estate. Average home value drops 20-40% if a cell tower is in the area. 6) And even though, the Telecommunications Act of 1996 doesn't allow the city to prohibit the location of cell phone towers based on adverse health effects, tell them fears of EMF and people getting cancer drive home prices down.

Palo Alto City Council and Mayor <city.council@cityofpaloalto.org>
Palo Alto City Attorney <city.attorney@cityofpaloalto.org>
Palo Alto City Manager <citymgr@cityofpaloalto.org>
Palo Alto Planning and Community Environment <plandiv.info@cityofpaloalto.org>
Kristin Parineh, Planner <Kristin.Parineh@CityofPaloAlto.org>
Amy French, Planning Manager <Amy.French@CityofPaloAlto.org>
Roman Catholic Welfare Corp. of San Jose <abell@DSJ.org>
Roman Catholic Welfare Corp. of San Jose,<chuck.tully@sbcglobal.net>

AT&T wants to erect a brand new 50 ft. cell tower at the church which is only 150 ft. away from St. Elizabeth Seton School where 269 students attend. There are already 13 cell towers within one mile of the proposed site. 6 of those towers belong to AT&T. There is no technical need to build this cell tower.

Churches across the nation are in the business of cell towers. Churches are putting up cell towers on all their properties (whether people like it or not) to make money. Each tower can generate a tax-free income anywhere from $100,000 to $300,000. per year.

 No Cell Tower at 1095 Channing Ave.
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